Josh Davis, PE
Josh has a unique career background, bringing a hands-on perspective to the projects he works on with Stand. He began his career as a carpenter and a mason. Addressing the structural challenges of a project were always Josh’s favorite part of his job, so in 2004 he returned to school at the University of Kansas to study structural engineering. In December of 2008 Josh received his BS degree in Civil Engineering.
Upon completing school, Josh was privileged to take a position working on the Kansas Statehouse Exterior Masonry Restoration Package. A 4-year project, Josh served as Field Engineer providing services in quality control, construction administration, and supplemental design – granting Josh experience in repairing stone elements from the finest hand carved details to replacing 6000-pound stone blocks.
Upon completing the Statehouse work, Josh continued focusing his engineering efforts on restoration. He has helped to design repairs to many historic projects across the state of Kansas as well as addressing issues in modern masonry wall systems.
Josh has extensive experience in restoration and enjoys solving problems on existing buildings. In his spare time, he enjoys time with his family, playing guitar, volunteering locally, and fixing up yet another old home.