The former accountant paid more than £70,000 for 426,516 shares at 16.45p each.
That took his holding to more than 7.77 million and 20.17% of the issued share capital of the Fife-based schools and retail interiors company.
Earlier this month, Mr Burgess bought 62,500 shares in the business.
Havelock has focused on cutting debt and selling off non-core divisions in recent months. The disposals have helped it reduce debt from £13.7 million at the end of 2011 to just £2.3m by December.
The company employs more than 500 at its sites in Dalgety Bay and Kirkcaldy.
Shares in Havelock ended the day almost 11% ahead at 16.62p.