David Morris

Vice President

Joined Bellows: 1975

“I am fortunate to work at Bellows where I have been mentored by the finest minds in our industry. I have learned that we are a unique contractor because we strive to keep our client’s interests foremost in the building process. The fact that over 90% of our work is for owners we have previously worked with is a testimony to the success of our philosophy. It is an honor to represent the Bellows family.”

David came to work for Bellows in 1975 after graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Denver, Colorado. Throughout his 40-year career, he has worked on landmark projects for a wide variety of clients including BLVD Place Phase II, St. John’s School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, ConocoPhillips, BMC Software, Hess, Texas Children’s Hospital, First City Bank, Houston Center Corporation, and Prudential. Focusing solely on project management, David Morris takes pride in his ability to deliver beyond the client’s expectations by keeping the client’s interests paramount in his work. In managing the estimating and contract component of his jobs he coordinates with all entities to bring the project to fruition from the very earliest planning stages. His knack for establishing and maintaining excellent, solid relationships with clients, architects, subcontractors and suppliers makes him an asset to every project.

A native Houstonian whose father was an architect in the building industry, David recalls tagging along with him on his Saturday morning jobsite visits. After joining Bellows, David discovered that some of the buildings he visited on those Saturdays were built by Bellows, including the Houston Lighting and Power Light Tower, 500 Jefferson in the Cullen Center, and First City National Bank.

David has been a member of the Development Committee for Urban Harvest and is currently a chairman of that committee as well as a board member. David was also a co-chair of the building committee for Planned Parenthood during construction of their Houston facility and received an award for his efforts.