Andrew Lee

Project Manager︱Architecture 2030

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 Zero Cities project, he currently leads the organization’s efforts on zero net carbon buildings and policy frameworks to accelerate energy upgrades in the urban building sector. Andrew has over 15 years of experience in technical consulting on green building practice, policy development and applied research in net zero building systems. He has previously held roles such as technical advisor to the City of Seattle for their Living Building Challenge Pilot Program, certification reviewer for both the U.S. Green Building Council and the International Living Future Institute, and chair of the Seattle chapter for Cascadia Green Building Council.