Andrew Lee is a project manager for Architecture 2030, a non-profit think tank dedicated to developing global climate solutions through transformation of the built environment. As manager of the Achieving Zero project, he currently leads the organization’s efforts on zero net carbon buildings and policy frameworks for reducing urban building emissions.
Andrew’s experience has encompassed building systems research, technical advisory on high efficiency and zero net energy buildings, and green real estate portfolio management. He previously worked as a senior green building consultant on projects throughout the world, including roles as a technical advisor or trainer to the U.S. Green Building Council, U.S. Department of State, public utilities, transportation authorities, and real estate holding companies. Over the last five years Andrew has served as a technical advisor to the City of Seattle for their Living Building Challenge Pilot Program and chair of the Seattle chapter for Cascadia Green Building Council. Andrew holds a Master of Building Science degree from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University.