Doug Rogers is Promoted to Senior Vice President at Moss Construction

By: Moss Construction
HONOLULU - March 18, 2022 - PRLog -- Moss Construction is pleased to announce that Doug Rogers has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Moss in Hawaii with executive oversight of the full Moss Hawaii organization - multi-family residential, commercial, and energy related operations.

"Hawaii is a strategic market, and we are happy to have someone of Doug's experience heading these operations," said Scott Moss, CEO.

Rogers has 47 years' experience in construction, including the last seven years in Hawaii. His professional portfolio includes high-rise/residential, office buildings, casinos, health care and educational facilities, and military and government buildings. Doug attended the University of Florida and Florida International University, and obtained his degree from Everglades University. Rogers is a licensed general contractor and a LEED AP.

About Moss: Moss is a national privately held construction firm providing innovative solutions resulting in award-winning projects. With regional offices across the United States, Moss focuses on construction management, solar EPC, design-build and public-private partnerships. The company's diverse portfolio encompasses a wide range of sectors, including luxury high-rise residential, landmark mixed-use developments, hospitality, K-12 and higher education, justice, solar energy, and sports. Moss is ranked by Engineering News-Record as one of the nation's top 65 general contractors, and the 3rd ranked solar EPC nationwide. Moss prides itself on a strong entrepreneurial culture that honors safety, quality, client engagement, and employee development. Its employees consistently rank Moss as one of the best places to work. To learn more, visit

Wragg & Casas
Email:*** Email Verified
Location:Honolulu - Hawaii - United States
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse
Moss News
Most Viewed
Daily News

Like PRLog?
Click to Share