George & Beth Davis

Owner and President

George Davis founded the Company in 1988, while still a student at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.  A native of Cape Cod, he grew up working nights and weekends with his father, a school teacher, with a building business “on the side.” He learned from an early age the value and rewards of hard work, determination, and a commitment to continued excellence.

As Owner & President of George Davis, Inc., George performs most of the sales functions, estimating and supervises all design work.  Additionally, he ensures that everything we do is consistent with the values that have made us successful and are at the core of our Company. George regularly visits all projects that are underway, and will put a tool belt on and work alongside the carpenters if needed.

George lives in Yarmouthport with his wife, partner and best friend, Beth, and they have 5 children – Ellie, Anna, Ben, Will & Ryan.  When not working, George loves to spend time with his family, skiing, playing tennis, eating ice cream, and puttering around the house.

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To our friends and customers

More than ever, we have come together in our homes. In fact, our homes are more important to us than ever. They are our workplace, our safe place, a refuge for our families. For each homeowner, our goal has always been to listen to you, to envision with you, to create a place of happiness and well-being. A space and place where you and your family feel connected and at peace. Since 1988, our family has grown, both in the business sense and personally. From a company of one started while George was a student at Babson College to an award winning Design Build company with offices in Yarmouth and Orleans, we remain dedicated to and so very proud of both families- our work one and our five kids. Never more have we realized or valued the concepts of home and of family. We imagine we are not alone. As we celebrate our essential workers and give our time and treasure to our community, we remain hopeful that what we value and who we value matters. Brighter days and homes filled with family and friends are returning soon. Let’s plan for that together.