Todd Jacks

ST. LOUIS, MO – Wiegmann Associates’ engineering manager, Todd Jacks, has been recognized as one of the top 40 young HVAC industry professionals by The ACHR NEWS magazine. Each year, the industry trade publication’s Top 40 Under 40 contest selects individuals who are driving the industry into the next generation.

Jacks was chosen for his visionary leadership, technical capabilities and professional commitment, which “have significantly influenced the HVAC industry and set a high standard of excellence,” according to the publication.

As an engineering manager, Jacks consistently seeks innovative solutions to enhance energy efficiency, performance and user experience on Wiegmann’s projects. He is responsible for overseeing the firm’s engineering department in their work on design/build construction projects for both general contractors and owners. Jacks was the lead engineer on numerous complex projects, including the historic renovation of the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum in St. Louis to preserve the artifacts and structural integrity of the 80-year-old building.

“His unwavering commitment to pushing boundaries and exploring new frontiers has contributed to the evolution of HVAC systems, setting new industry standards,” stated The ACHR NEWS article announcing winners.


Wiegmann Associates is a St. Louis-based mechanical contractor and a national leader in design/build HVAC projects. Since 1995, Wiegmann Associates has engineered and installed innovative, energy-saving and cost-efficient HVAC solutions, refrigeration systems and automation controls for clients in a wide range of industries, including senior living, food and beverage distribution, warehouse, healthcare, commercial and industrial. Wiegmann also provides 24-hour preventative maintenance programs and service in the St. Louis region. Wiegmann is ranked among the top 50 specialty contractors in the Midwest by Engineering News Record and one of the largest mechanical contractors by the St. Louis Business Journal. For more information, visit or call (636) 940-1056.


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