Executive LeadershipGary Davis

Gary Davis

President & CEO
E-mail: gary@davisassocindy.com
Phone: (317) 263-9947

Gary Davis is experienced in all aspects of general construction, having started his career as a laborer in 1983. Gary’s leadership abilities were recognized by his peers early, leading to several promotions during his 9-year career at Diablo Group Construction.

He brings this expert knowledge and his management capabilities to Davis & Associates, Inc, which he founded in 1992. Gary and his company are known throughout Central Indiana as professional in work ethics and dependable to provide exceptionally high quality craftsmanship. This reputation of excellent work has become the company’s trademark, showing exactly why Davis & Associates is in such high demand, and continues to demonstrate consistent growth.

Mark SmithMark Smith

Mark Smith Vice President – Indianapolis
Email: mark@davisassocindy.com
Phone: (317) 263-9947

Mark has combined experience in the construction industry of 28 years, having worked in a variety of roles from carpenter to his current position as Vice President of Davis & Associates.

As Vice President/Project Manager for Davis & Associates, Mark has delivered projects such as Circle Center Mall, Conseco Fieldhouse, Lilly Clinic, IPS School #14, the RCA Dome, College Avenue Library and several other public and privately funded projects ranging up to $100 million plus in size and scope.

Most recently, Mark served as Project Manager on the renovation of John Hope Day Adult School #26 for Indianapolis Public Schools, and the renovation of the historic Crispus Attucks High School.

Mike Woodson

Business Development Consultant
E-mail: mike@davisassocatl.com
Phone: (404) 768-4433

Mike Woodson has been a key figure in the growth and development of Davis & Associates, Inc. from the very start. He's done the same in the life of Gary Davis, his nephew. A proven leader in many arenas, Mike currently is the head coach of the NBA's New York Knicks. Previously, Mike was the head coach of the NBA's Atlanta Hawks for six years. After spending one extremely successful season as an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons, where the team won the 2004 NBA Championship. Before going to Detroit, Mike spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers. He also served as an assistant coach with the Cleveland Cavaliers (1999-01) and the Milwaukee Bucks (1996-99).

As an NBA player, Woodson spent 11 seasons playing for seven different teams. He was drafted 12th in the 1980 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks after graduating from Indiana University. While at IU, Mike guided the Hoosiers to the 1979 NIT Championship and was voted MVP of the tournament. He was named Big Ten Conference MVP in 1980. He was also a co-captain of the gold-medal winning 1979 U.S. Pan American Games team.


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