The Associated General Contractors of Georgia (AGC Georgia), the leading statewide association for the construction industry, recently installed David Moody as its chapter president. During a virtual ceremony, outgoing president Brian Daniel officially passed the gavel to Moody, who will lead the chapter from 2020-21.
Moody is the founder & CEO of C.D. Moody Construction Company Inc. (CDM), one of the largest African-American-owned construction companies in America. Founded in 1988, the company specializes in aviation, collegiate, commercial, K-12, municipal, nonprofit and retail facilities, as well as historic renovations. CDM is ranked as one of Atlanta’s “Top 25 Commercial Contractors” and “Top 100 Private Companies” by Atlanta Business Chronicle.
“I am both humbled and excited by the opportunity to work with my colleagues at AGC Georgia during the next year,” said Moody. “I look forward to working closely with our Board to accomplish great things to serve our community.”
Moody earned his B.A. in Psychology from Morehouse College in 1978. He then proceeded to earn a B.S. in Architecture and a five-year professional degree from Howard University in 1981. Shortly after, he returned to his home in Ann Arbor, Mich. to work as an architect field engineer for Bechtel Power. In 1983, he relocated to Atlanta and decided to establish his own firm only three years later.