Mr. Davidson joined KG&D's predecessor firm, Kaeyer, Parker & Garment in 1986 as an Associate, and was Principal of the firm for six years before becoming President in 2000. With 20 years of experience planning educational, commercial, religious and municipal facilities, he has extensive knowledge of the New York State public and private construction markets, educational planning requirements and trends, campus planning and successful bond referenda. Mr. Davidson's ability to develop creative design solutions that meet the program and project goals of the owner, with thoughtful attention to project site and context, has led to an exceptional level of client and community satisfaction with the end products delivered by KG&D.
Mr. Davidson's experience in construction management and project estimating helps provide clients with a well-defined project scope and budget very early in the planning stages, and contributes to the firm's outstanding track record for meeting schedule and budget targets.
Mr. Davidson plays an active role in furthering the profession of architecture in board positions with the American Institute of Architects since 1999 and as an advocate for policy reform on issues that are important to our clients and the built environment. He is a past president of AIA New York State (2007) and AIA Westchester Mid-Hudson (1999), and currently serves as a National Vice President of the AIA as one of eight elected leaders of the 85,000 member organization.