Maureen Bach

Design Assitant/Selections Coordinator

Maureen Bach joined our team as Design Assistant/Selections Coordinator in 2019.  She is a graduate of Regis College and has experience in health care, hospitality, resort maintenance/engineering and school administration.

Maureen helps our designers, production team and clients with the selections and details of our projects while keeping this information up-to-date in BuilderTrend so projects run smoothly and all selections are decided.

She lives in South Dennis with her husband, Dan, and their two daughters.  She enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially skiing together.  She also enjoys the beach, boating, yard work and household projects.


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George Davis Builders

To our friends and customers

By now, everyone knows that the construction industry is experiencing incredible demand, supply chain issues, price increases, and lack of skilled labor.  The word ‘unprecedented’ is thrown around a lot and does not do justice to what we are experiencing.  As much as we try to be realistic with our commitments, we started to see delays, product availability issues, and price increases, such as-

If your project is in construction, you are our priority.  We will do everything we possibly can to complete your project quickly without sacrificing quality or our integrity in any way.

If your project is in the design or planning phase, we will continue to develop the plans and specifications for you, but we beg your patience as we finish up those who came before you.

If you are thinking about calling us for a new project, please know that your work is equally important to us since we will need new projects to move on to, so we are counting on you!

Going forward, our only promise will be that we will do the very best we can for you.  We will try to build reasonable schedules, including planned delays, but will also qualify them realizing we just do not know what to expect. We love what we do, we love our clients, and we want to keep it that way. Thank you for your understanding!