David Smith

Beginning his career in the construction industry in the late 1970s, David came to Johnson & Galyon Construction in 1983. He earned two degrees from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The first was in business administration in 1975, before earning his second degree in civil engineering in 1983.

Smith’s career project list is extensive and includes projects such as The Episcopal School of Knoxville, Parkwest Medical Center, Mountain Loft Condominiums (Gatlinburg), Powell Middle School (renovations and additions), and several Webb School of Knoxville projects. He also directed the successful completion of the technically challenging Knoxville Transit Center project, a LEED-certified initiative which spans a four-lane urban highway.

David is a registered professional engineer and is currently on the board of the Resource Valley Construction Training Council. He also currently serves on the Habitat for Humanity board of directors. David is past president of the Associated General Contractors of Tennessee, as well as the Knoxville chapter.

He and his wife, Lucy, have two adult children: Ryan and Hayley.

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