David Burroughs, P.E. Announces Retirement
After 26 years of working at Engineering Enterprises, Inc. (EE) in the civil engineering and land surveying arena, David Burroughs, P.E., Senior Vice President, is set to retire on January 31, 2020. David began his career in civil engineering as a volunteer with the Peace Corps, providing rural development project design and construction in the country of Thailand. In 1993, he joined EEI as a Project Engineer, became a Principal/Vice President in 1998, and a Senior Vice President in 2006. During his career he has worked on land development, subdivisions and contract administration, as well as site development of commercial, industrial and residential projects. Additionally, Burroughs’ responsibilities have included providing planning, design, and construction services for water works system, transportation and wastewater system projects in northeastern Illinois.
David is currently the President of the Elburn Library District. He is a member of the Sugar Grove Corn Boil Committee and is known affectionately as the “King of Corn” for that annual event.
A note from Peter Wallers, P.E., CFM, Chairman:
” Congratulations to Dave on his retirement, he leaves a legacy and void that will not be easily filled. From all of us at Engineering Enterprises, Inc. we wish Dave and his family all the best and a happy and healthy retirement. We will miss you!”
EEI will hold an open house to celebrate Dave’s retirement on Thurs., January 30th at the Pine Room, Bliss Creek Golf Course located at One Golfview Lane, Sugar Grove, Illinois from 4-8 PM.