About Steven M. Davis
Steven Davis' diverse portfolio reflects his ability to unite complex programmatic requirements with innovative design solutions. Designer of the National September 11 Museum at the World Trade Center, Mr. Davis was involved at the site since 19992, when he developed the Public Space Master Plan with the goal of reintegrating the complex into its Lower Manhattan context. In 2002, Mr. Davis received the Presidential Award of Design Excellence for his design of the U.S. Census' Data Processing Center. Other honors include several AIA and Business Week/Architectural Record Awards for projects that enhance workplace productivity and embody the culture of the client. A member of the Urban Land Institute's Public Development Infrastructure Council, Mr. Davis is fluent in urbanization trends and strives to elevate the user experience in his design of public space.