DAVID PORTWOOD, PRESIDENT / PROJECT EXECUTIVE / PROJECT DESIGNER
Meet David B. Portwood, Founder, and CEO of the Davenport Consulting Group, a visionary with an impressive 37-year track record in the architectural industry. His journey has been marked by significant achievements, having served as a principal and designer for some of Central Florida and the Gulf Coast's most coveted developments.
Before establishing the Davenport Consulting Group, David spent nearly three decades as a partner at one of Central Florida's Top 15 largest Architecture Firms. During this tenure, he achieved remarkable milestones, contributing to the firm's rapid growth and serving as a consultant to one of South Florida's Top 3 Architecture Firms.
David's portfolio boasts the design and completion of approximately 50,000 units in multifamily developments, accompanied by the receipt of over 25 prestigious awards. He has left an indelible mark on the coastline of the 'World’s Most Famous Beach' with his signature architectural themes.
What sets David apart is his innate talent for creating development opportunities. His extensive experience collaborating with astute real estate investors and developers encompasses everything from ground-up developments to value-added projects, as well as complex deal structuring. With a deep knowledge of development, project management, construction, acquisition/disposition, asset management, and architecture, David and the Davenport Consulting Group are the go-to experts for organizations seeking to embark on transformative development journeys.
But it's more than just business for David. He's a dedicated member of the Halifax South Daytona community, calling Daytona Beach Shores, Volusia County, his home for 16 years, with current residency in Ponce Inlet. His commitment to community involvement and infrastructure enhancement aligns seamlessly with his passion for making a positive impact on the places he calls home.
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