Rick Lee is a Senior Architect and Program Manager with 30 years of experience in program design management and project delivery for large-scale airport programs, including renovation, expansion, and new facilities involving all phases of design and construction.
Mr. Lee’s experience covers a wide range of building types including aviation, hospitality, office, healthcare, interiors, and retail. Airport experience includes DFW International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, Los Angeles World Airports, George Bush Intercontinental, Gerald R. Ford International Airport, and the Greater Orlando Airport Authority. Thoroughly overseeing project implementation of each development phase, coordinating multi-disciplined design teams located across the US, and managing implementation teams allow for the successful delivery of the design vision. He monitors project progress and costs, maintaining work conformance with project schedules and budget requirements.
Rick is currently the Implementation Manager for the Pittsburgh International Airport’s Terminal Modernization Program.
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