Moss SVP Doug Rogers named ‘Union Builder of the Year’ by Pacific Resource Partnership

Left to right: Kyle Chock, Hawaii Regional Council of Carpenters; Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi; Doug Rogers; Gov. Josh Green; Ron Taketa, Hawaii Regional Council of Carpenters

Doug Rogers, senior vice of president of Moss & Associates in Hawaii, was named “Union Builder of the Year” by Pacific Resource Partnership at its annual reception in January at The Royal Hawaiian Hotel.

PRP represents the Hawaii Regional Council of Carpenters, the largest construction union in the state.

With Rogers at the helm, Moss & Associates has focused on affordable housing and utility-scale solar projects since the national company arrived in Hawaii nine years ago. Notable Moss residential projects include Kapolei Lofts and The Element in Hoopili, Kaiwahine Village in Kihei and Hale Makana O Moiliili in Honolulu. 

The company has also delivered over 290 megawatts of utility-scale solar power on Oahu.

Moss & Associates is currently building the Residences for Innovative Student Entrepreneurs complex, a mixed-use student housing/innovation center under construction next to the University of Hawaii in Manoa. The the $70 million project is expected to be completed this summer.  

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