John Dunaway, FCSI, CCS, CDT, AIA, project architect and chief specifications writer at CCD, was elevated to Fellowship in the Construction Specifications Institute on October 10, 2019 in a special award ceremony in National Harbor, Maryland. CSI is a national association dedicated to improving construction information. Fellowship is one of the top honors given by CSI nationally. Fellows of the Institute are chosen by a jury of their peers and are judged on their meaningful contributions to CSI and the construction industry. In part, the Fellowship citation reads “For being a tireless advocate, dynamic leader, and a relentless promoter of all things CSI and for galvanizing a relationship between architects, specifiers, and other industry professionals you are advanced to Fellowship in the Institute.” John has been an integral part of Canizaro Cawthon Davis’s team for over twenty three years. Congratulations to John on such a major accomplishment.
Canizaro Cawthon Davis is excited to announce the promotion of Jared Pierce, AIA to Principal. Jared is a proven leader and enjoys working closely with his clients to achieve success. He has been an integral part of CCD’s team for twenty years and became an Associate in 2012. Jared has designed and managed a wide variety of project types that include healthcare, churches, schools, banks, and retail developments. A Louisville native, he graduated cum laude from Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture in 1999. In 2012, he served as President of the American Institute of Architects, Mississippi Chapter, and is currently the Secretary of the Rotary Club of Madison-Ridgeland. He lives in Madison with his wife, Heather, and three sons. They are active at Broadmoor Baptist Church, and he enjoys coaching youth sports and playing golf in his free time. In the 80 year history of Canizaro Cawthon Davis, Jared is the sixth shareholder and joins principals Danny Cawthon, AIA and Steve Davis, AIA.
Jared Pierce, (right) a member of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club, received his Paul Harris Fellowship pin during a recent meeting. The distinction is awarded after a $1,000 level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation is attained. Shown with Pierce is club President Sharon Moulder.