AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Associate
Jackie Flanigan’s work in programming, planning, and design focuses on building relationships and gaining a deep understanding of client needs and goals. An Associate at Annum, Jackie manages projects with complex stakeholder groups, balancing design excellence with technical requirements. As Project Manager, she led the team through the conceptual design and regulatory review process for a new Restaurant Addition at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. She has also led planning work for the State Department as Project Manager for the master plan for the US Embassy in Manila, which included historic preservation strategies for the historic Chancery building.
With a decade of experience at the firm, she is passionate about exploring new and creative opportunities within existing historic buildings. At Springfield Technical Community College, Jackie led a collaborative planning and design process, working with 28 departments, students, and other stakeholders to complete a comprehensive renovation of a mid-19th-century building on the Springfield Armory National Historic Site. For Philips Exeter Academy, she developed a strategy for phased renovations of Louis Kahn’s Class of 1954 Library as part of an initiative to modernize and enhance student and staff workspaces. At the Museum of Fine Arts, she led the conceptual design of the Center for Netherlandish Art, engaging with curators and museum staff to transform a below-grade space into a vibrant center for collaboration, scholarship and state-of-the-art collections storage.