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Andrew Lee, PE, GE

Principal Engineer

Mr. Lee has over 30 years of progressive experience in managing multi-faceted geotechnical engineering projects. His professional portfolio includes over 150 bridge structures and 400 miles of roadway. As project manager of each of his projects, Mr. Lee's roles typically involve project planning and management, technical performance oversight, junior staff mentorship, report preparation, quality assurance, and client/design team liaison.

He recently completed four major design-build projects where he served as the geotechnical manager or task lead including the State Route 22 HOV Lane in Orange County, the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening and the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension in Los Angeles, and the Oakland International Airport Connector in Oakland. The combined construction cost of these design build projects is about $2 billion.