2017 Top Places to Work – Davison

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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette just noted that an area-wide employee survey found Davison Design & Development to be one of the top 50 places to work in Pittsburgh! This is a huge compliment to our team here at Davison for we are constantly adapting to make our work environment satisfying for our employees.

We were able to achieve this title due to our ability to listen to what our employees have to say. We also try to make the work environment fun yet challenging by providing incentivized programs for our employees that help keep them competitive.

Davison Design & Development ranked number twenty-two on the list of fifty small businesses in the Pittsburgh Area that shares the same title.

We are constantly evolving and adapting our management style to achieve optimum employee and customer satisfaction. It just goes to show that if you are devoted to something and work hard at it, great things will come.

To find out what other companies achieved the award, you can check out the entire list here!

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of the Meatball Baker

Give yourself the gift of inventing.

This year, we’re giving you 25% off Pre-Development.


Offer ends at midnight on November 30th

Rules and Conditions Apply (Click to view)

This offer is effective through 11:59 p.m. November 30th, 2019. The 25% off will be applied to the full price of $895 for Pre-Development services and any balance owed on a full price ($895) Pre-Development contract. This discount cannot be combined with any other offer and does not apply to previously discounted or paid accounts.

For illustration purposes, if the customer has not made any payment to the organization for Pre-Development services, 25% off can be applied to the full price of $895, if the customer pays the full amount, minus the discount, by the end of the offer. If the customer has made a payment on Davison’s Pre-Development service, and still owes a balance of any amount on the full price of  $895, 25% off can be applied to the balance owed, if the client pays the full amount of the balance, minus the discount, by the end of the offer.