ABOUT OUR Legacy
WHAT WE DO
At LEGACY, we encourage creativity and inventiveness from our team of gifted craftsmen. We are convinced the collaboration of talented people is the key to any successful project. We work closely with all parties involved including project architects, engineers, subcontractors, suppliers and designers. LEGACY has spent over three decades cultivating relationships with talented building professionals in the Northwest and across the country.
From small remodels to expansive estates, we approach each project with the same goals: to produce exactly what the client wants, on time, and on budget. We do this with constant communication and transparency of all service costs. We are an advocate for our clients, using our expertise to help navigate through the (sometimes daunting) building process.
LEGACY supports the use of local resources and promotes environmentally safe building materials. LEGACY aims to challenge, provoke and inspire our clients to consider the home building process in a new way.
At the heart of Legacy are Owners Greg Davis, (Builder) and Jeanie Davis, (Real Estate Broker).
Co-founder of LEGACY Construction, Greg Davis is a former member of the Timber Framers Guild of North America and is formally trained in both timber frame and log home construction. Greg has roots in the Northwest as a talented artisan who stays true to the craftsman tradition. Respected for his honest commitment to craft, Greg’s personal LEGACY can be seen in his long history of proud clients.
Originally from NYC, Jeanie Davis moved to Northwest in 1983. Co-founder of Legacy Construction, Jean is also owner of Hometown Real Estate located in Sandpoint Idaho. With over 20 years of construction management
and real-estate experience, Jeanie has coordinated an industry leading number of home sales and purchases. In an effort to educate and inform home builders and buyers, Jean curates a successful monthly real estate report which gives subscribers honest advice and local real-estate consultation.
Therefore when we build and forge, let us think that we do so forever. Let it not be for present use alone, let it be such work as our descendants will thank us for, and let us think, as we lay stone on stone, form and fabricate, that a time is to come when those things will be admired for the noble devotion of the spirit, and that men will say as they look upon the labor and wrought substance of them,
“See! this our fathers did for us."
John Ruskin - The Seven Lamps of Architecture