Carl's son, David M. Davidson, graduates from Dartmouth College and joins the engineering business.
David becomes President following his father's death.
Office is moved to present location at 38 North Duke Street, York.
David passes away unexpectedly, forcing a major re-organization of the company. George E. Miller becomes President.
Firm continues to expand with the purchase of 128 East Philadelphia Street.
George retires, and David M. Davidson Jr. assumes the presidency.
Branch office in Gettysburg is opened.
C.S. Davidson, Inc. became an employee owned firm through the Employee Stock Ownership Plan.
A second branch office is opened in Lancaster.
John A. Klinedinst is elected president and CEO while David M. Davidson Jr. takes on his new role as CFO.
90th anniversary celebration and display at Martin Memorial Library.
CSDatum is launched.
Kerryn E. Fulton is elected president and CEO while John A. Klinedinst takes on the role of Chief Administrative Officer.
C.S. Davidson, Inc. purchased the software program known as CS-Graphx (CSG) Permit Manager.
On December 31, 2019, C.S. Davidson became a 100% employee owned firm through the Employee Stock Ownership Plan.