Mason Architects Inc.

Joy Davidson, AIA, is a historical architect with over 20 years of experience in Hawaii.  She holds an Arch.D. as well as a Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Hawaii.  At MAI her work has focused on preservation plans for historic buildings, both residential and non-residential, especially those on military installations.  Her responsibilities have included research, measured drawings, National Register Nominations and report writing as well as construction documents. She is currently working on projects at the Historic Ewa Community Church, Buildings 215 and 26A within the Pearl Harbor National Historic Landmark, and documentation of Coco Palms on Kauai.  She represents Historic Hawai‘i Foundation on the Diamond Head Monument Community Advisory Committee and has served on HHF event planning committees. She is nominated to a first term on the board.