Douglas studied at the University of Wales and worked in New York for five years before joining Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands in 2006. He was made Project Director in 2012 before becoming an Associate Director in 2013.
He has worked on a range of residential and mixed-use projects, leading multi-disciplinary teams on technically challenging and complex projects including the design and construction phases for two award-winning housing projects on the South Kilburn masterplan in partnership with Alison Brooks Architects, and a refurbishment in the heart of Westminster which restored listed residential interiors and office space to three townhouses overlooking Hyde Park.
Most recently he has managed the construction phases of the new JW3, a spectacular community and arts centre in North London. Opening in October 2013, the centre is the first Jewish Community Centre in the UK and houses a wide programme of events in a pavilion which includes a multi-purpose auditorium, a cinema, dance studio, demonstration kitchen, flexible learning space and a creche.
Douglas is currently overseeing the post-Olympic Games legacy phase works of residential buildings on the East Village site, formerly the London 2012 Olympic Athletes’ Village, which is being transformed into 1600 homes for Londoners.