C&ES’s Americus Spencer and Steven Davis, Jr. had the opportunity to service JAXPORT in a different way this past week. The two took part in the “Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida” mentoring program with JAXPORT. The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships with measurable impact. C&ES was ecstatic to share personal, educational, and career experiences with the group of high school Juniors and Seniors from First Coast High School, located on Jacksonville’s north side. View photo gallery
“Steven Davis started Construction and Engineering Services Consultants, Inc. (C&ES) in 2007 and is headquartered in Jacksonville, FL. C&ES is a minority owned and operated firm that specializes in professional construction management, inspection, and engineering services to municipal, government, and private clients. C&ES’s key personnel with over 150 years of combined experience is comprised of a diverse group of engineering professionals with an emphasis on quality of work and client satisfaction in a variety of disciplines.
To ensure the company business model can stand the test of time, Steven and his staff continuously recruit new talent with fresh ideas to couple with the seasoned talent and a diverse Business Plan that helps his company to expand into new areas along with carefully monitoring and measuring the company’s budget and growth each year.
As technology changes, C&ES ensures their equipment and software are up to date and performs efficiently and effectively throughout various projects. With Steven at the helm, C&ES has continuously shown profits on an annual basis as reflected in resources and service offerings.”
C&ES President/CEO, Steven Davis, pictured with District 8 City Council Member Katrina Brown, and former District 8 City Council Member and current Director of Blight Initiatives for the City of Jacksonville, Denise Lee. On Friday, February 26, 2016, C&ES helped celebrate the Ground Breaking Ceremony for Payne Avenue Walk, a $2.6 Million project to demolish a cluster of abandoned 38 apartments to make way for 12 new single-family homes in Northwest Jacksonville. C&ES has active involvement in the horizontal design of the fresh new subdivision located in Jacksonville’s “Soul District.” READ FULL STORY IN JAX DAILY RECORD.
Contribution from C&ES will go towards the purchase of equipment such as bats, gloves, travel bags, training aids and etc.. The funds will also upgrade facilities such as batting cages, lights, dugouts, locker rooms and better uniforms for the regular season. These efforts are in support to help this program get the niceties the college can’t provide due to lack of finances.
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