Hi Steve, then answer is yes. But... Why would you? Gantry 5 is a framework and is effectively a page builder in it's own right, so why would you add to that the overhead of another page builder with that?
If you want to use divi builder then your don't need Gantry 5 and vice-versa.
I can see some people like the drag 'n drop frontend page builder that approach wysiwyg in nature but they have there limitations. Gantry 5 is a page builder (non-wysiwyg) in the backend of the CMS - it's much more powerful for building sites that require rich functionality or need to use third-party applications. The frontend page builder tend to be more like "page painters" in my view offering superb looks and easy to layout content but less flexible when you come to needs the site to "DO" something (e.g. ecommerce, form data captures, complex sorting of information, database information retrieval, etc).
So, really, the question you need to answer for yourself is what types of site to you intend to build? If they "magazine" type static content then maybe a frontend page builder is right for you. But, if you need to build interactive, dynamic of functional sites then it would be better to use Gantry5 and the CMS of your choosing.
Again, I hope that helps.
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