Kevin Rogus and Brian Palmer have returned in new roles to the Cincinnati office of Duke Realty Corporation.
Both Rogus and Palmer had worked for Duke in the Cincinnati market earlier in their careers.
Rogus has been named senior vice president of leasing and development. Palmer is a leasing representative for Duke Realty’s local industrial properties.
Rogus worked in the Cincinnati market for 21 years, holding a number of construction-related positions before being promoted to senior vice president of Cincinnati operations, a position he held for three years. Rogus transferred to Phoenix in 2006 to establish an office for Duke Realty in that market and oversee property development and leasing. During his time there, he forged a strong relationship with Amazon.com which led to Duke Realty’s selection for several build-to-suit projects for the ecommerce company nationwide.
Palmer started his Duke Realty career in construction operations in the Cincinnati office in 2000 and transferred to its Washington, D.C. office in 2009 as director of preconstruction. During his tenure, he has been involved in more than 8 million square feet of development and construction projects.