Mike Davis


Mike Davis was born in Bethesda, Maryland in 1966. Mike returned to St. Augustine in 1971 when his Father came back to help A. D. run the family business.  He has been working for A. D. Davis since the summer of 1981.  Mike worked at Flagler College on the Dorm Renovations on Ponce Hall from 1981 until 1985.  Mike later worked on several houses, additional project at Flagler College and the restoration of the Light Keepers’ House.  Mike worked every summer during High School and College with A.D. Davis. 

Mike graduated from St. Joseph Academy in 1984.  In 1988 Mike graduated from Florida Southern College with a degree in Communications.  He joined the office staff of A. D. Davis Construction in 1988.  In 1989 while working full time he started working toward his second degree from the University of North Florida.  In 1992 he graduated with a degree in Construction Management.  “It was during this time that I learned the true meaning of organization and planning.  During the early 90’s not everyone had a cell phone.  Making sure that everything was going according to schedule on the jobs while going class was a lot of work.”  Mike passed his State Building Contractor’s exam in December of 1994.

Mike was promoted to Vice President of the Company in 1990.  In 1997 Mike became a partner with his father Vernon in the family business.  In 2002 Mike was blessed to become the third generation to own the business.  Mike has served as the President of the Company since then.

Mike has enjoyed working with the same clients that trusted his Grandfather and Father with their construction projects.  Mike has also worked hard to expand the business and the clients that we serve.  That growth is based on the same principles of quality workmanship, hard work, and trust.  “I was very lucky to have learned from Grandfather and more importantly my Father about doing things the right way.”

When Mike is not working he devotes his time to his family and the community.  Mike has been married to his wife Darcy since 1989.  He has 4 children, Wesley-Katherine, Reese, Ethan, and Matthew, all of which he has coached in basketball.  Mike has served on several boards and community projects in the last 25 years.  “I believe in giving back to a community that gave so much to me when I was growing up.”