Bonnie Johnson Davenport
President, Project Architect and Manager
AIA, NCARB, CGC, LEED AP
Bonnie Johnson Davenport grew up in Tallahassee and has returned home to live and work in the city she loves. Bonnie received her master’s degree in architecture from the University of Florida, and is a licensed architect and a general contractor. She has worked on numerous successful projects across the state of Florida that have built her reputation as a leader in our local community. She is a member of Leadership Tallahassee (Class 28), Tallahassee’s Entrepreneurial Excellence Program (Class 3) and served on the Leon County Code Enforcement Board. Bonnie holds a L.E.E.D certification and is committed to keeping Tallahassee developing toward a more sustainable community.
She was also featured in 850 – The Business Magazine of Northwest Florida, as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” an article recognizing individuals who have made an impact in business and their community.
LEED AP, Associate AIA
Michael Lamantia earned a bachelor of design in architecture and a master’s degree in building construction from the University of Florida in 1991 and 1993 respectively. Michael brings 22 years of experience to BKJ Architecture, primarily in the discipline of architecture; however, he also has experience in general contracting, which gives him a well-rounded professional background in project delivery. His projects have covered a wide range of building types: health care facilities; assisted living facilities; retail establishments; restaurants; manufacturing facilities; law enforcement/correctional training facilities; banks; corporate offices; multi-family residential; and university and government projects.
When he’s not working, he is passionate about spending time with his three children, and has been a volunteer little league baseball coach. Michael plays guitar and operates a recording studio in his home that he uses to record his own band and other local bands.