Terence Davis, PG

Terence ‘Terry’ Davis, P.G., specializes in the complicated issues of asbestos and hazardous materials identification and abatement design, indoor air quality and mold remediation, Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments, and underground storage tank removals and remediation planning.  Terry is a seasoned professional with almost 30 years’ experience, conducting field work and reporting efficiently with an eye to detail.  Terry is a Tennessee-licensed Professional Geologist, Asbestos Inspector, and Asbestos Abatement Project Designer.  He leads hazmat investigation teams, indoor air quality investigations, and geological studies.  Terry has built an understanding and knowledge of past and current building systems, including roofing systems, heating/cooling and plumbing loops, and mechanical systems.  This knowledge provides a comprehensive understanding of abatement or remediation requirements for building demolition, renovation, or historical restoration.  As a licensed Asbestos Abatement Designer, Terry plans projects and estimates abatement costs for QE2 and Fisher Arnold clients with high levels of accuracy.  Terry has extensive experience on multi-structure, multi-story demolition projects at active prison and school campuses.  He has led high-profile abatement design projects like the 22-structure Lakeshore Park revitalization, 11-structure South Waterfront Baptist Hospital demolition and redevelopment, 12-structure former Tennova St. Mary’s Hospital Complex demolition and redevelopment, the University of Tennessee (UT) Student Center demolition, the 4-structure UT Engineering Building Complex demolition, the UT College of Nursing demolition, the UT College of Engineering and Carousel Theatre demolitions, the UT Neyland Stadium East & South Renovation Projects, and the massive UT multi-structure, multi-year West Campus Redevelopment project.

As for hobbies, Terry is a collector and dealer of mid-century modern furniture, accessories, and salvage, and has a great knowledge of architecture and style from different decades of the 1900’s.  Terry is also an avid record collector of the period covering 1900-1980 and boasts a collection of thousands of rare country and blues pre-World War II 78 rpm records.  He shares many of those on his popular Instagram feed @historyofcountrymusic.