Brandon Davis, M.E., P.E.
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Mr. Davis spent his youth building and remodeling homes with his father, a residential contractor. Today, he provides expertise in the root cause evaluation and damage assessment of commercial and residential buildings and structures.
After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, Mr. Davis served five years in the U.S. Army as an Engineer Officer. While assigned to Fort Stewart, Georgia, Mr. Davis deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He spent 15 months overseeing base construction and maintenance. Mr. Davis’ final military assignment was as a Basic Training Commander at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
Prior to joining ED&T in 2013, Mr. Davis pursued a Master of Engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and subsequently worked as a structural engineer specializing in the conventional and blast design of U.S. Embassy buildings.
When not at work, Mr. Davis enjoys outdoor sports, woodworking, cooking and spending time with family.
Typical Areas of Service
- Root cause investigations
- Structural assessment
- Roof damage evaluation
- Foundation analysis
- Moisture damage/water intrusion
- Building code and compliance review
Mr. Davis is a licensed engineer in the following states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont.