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Douglas A. Burroughs

Vice President of Construction

Since joining Nexus in 1999, Doug Burroughs has supervised field operations for Enfrastructure (Tech Space), a 200,000 sq. ft. sophisticated tenant improvement in Orange County which included a computer center with 24-hour air and new emergency generator, a health club, cafeteria and multi-use office space. Doug was the Project Manager of the Hyundai Design & Technical Center in Irvine, a state-of-the art, turnkey, 90,000 sq. ft. tilt-up. Doug also served as Project Manager on the Brenexus Limited Edition project in the Irvine Spectrum area. The project covers over 500,000 sq. ft. of office space and 84 units in total.  In addition, he was involved in the pre-construction and permitting of projects such as the Skyline at MacArthur Place, a twin 25 story high-rise condo project. 


In January of 2014 Doug was promoted to Vice President of Construction and is currently involved with consultant selection, design and planning through pre-construction, permitting, contractor selection and construction through final and building occupancy.  In recent years, Doug has overseen all pre-construction, budgeting and negotiations with general contractors for Marriot Courtyard in Santa Ana, Vivante on the Coast, and Marriott Courtyard in Long Beach.  He is currently involved with and working on a Homewood Suites in Anaheim as well as projects in Pismo Beach and Palm Springs.


A graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology, Doug has been actively involved in the construction industry for more than 37 years.


In his early career, he worked on large project such as freeway construction and runway construction.  He then moved into and specialized in high-end corporate tenant improvements and pre-construction services. In 1982, he joined Turelk as a Project Superintendent, supervising more than 1 million sq. ft. of tenant improvements in the Los Angeles area. In 1989, Doug joined Johnston and Associates as a Principal to manage all field operations and was responsible for the day-to-day operation of all field personnel, with the objective to complete all jobs on time and within budget.