AVCON Welcomes Jack E. Thompson Jr., CM, LEED AP as Director of General Aviation Services

Orlando, FL, May 2023 — AVCON INC. (AVCON) is pleased to welcome Jack E. Thompson Jr., CM, LEED AP, to the team as the Director of General Aviation Services.

Jack brings nearly 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, including roles ranging from Program Manager to Airport Director. He has worked at airports throughout the State of Florida managing different types of improvement projects, such as airfield rehabilitations, master plan updates, terminal area expansions, and various on-call general consulting projects.

Jack is an American Association of Airport Executives Certified Member (CM) and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional. He is also an active member of the Florida Airports Council and brings a great wealth of knowledge. Jack will help elevate AVCON’s General Aviation practice, providing undivided attention to the firm’s clients and helping them Transform Today’s Ideas into Tomorrow’s Reality.

Founded in 1988, AVCON, INC. (AVCON) serves the aviation, facilities, transportation, and development industries and employs over 100 professionals with expertise in all aspects of aviation planning and design; civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing engineering; fire protection design; utilities coordination and design; traffic planning and highway design; and a full array of design and construction support services.  AVCON has built its reputation on delivering innovative and practical engineering solutions to clients, blending economic, sustainable, and technological elements into each project. Whether working on a building facility, roadway, or airfield, AVCON offers high-level technical expertise based on more than three decades of hands-on experience—ensuring the job is done right the first time.  AVCON prides itself on partnering with clients in Transforming Today’s Ideas into Tomorrow’s Reality.

Jack E. Thompson Jr., CM, LEED AP

Director of Aviation Services