Graduate of Cornell University's School of Hospitality Administration with a concentration in foodservice and hospitality design. He uses his operational experience on a daily basis to assist with the planning of new and renovated foodservice facilities. His past projects, located domestically and abroad, include all types of foodservice operations.
In 2001, Lee received the Project of the Year award from Foodservice Equipment and Supplies magazine. The competition, hosted by the magazine, featured 12 of the nation's leading foodservice design consultants. The winning project was selected by unanimous decision.
Lee has focused greatly on issues related to food safety and considers them during his planning process. He first received his ServSafe certification from the National Restaurant Association in 1996, and has since become a certified instructor for the program. He has conducted numerous food safety seminars.
Lee is an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida's Rosen School of Hospitality Management. He teaches a course entitled Hospitality Facilities Planning and Design.
Lee is also an allied member of the American Institute of Architects.
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