Trevor Lee, AIA
Trevor is a health principal focused on strategic growth in our health practice throughout the Southeastern U.S. Utilizing his 20 years of professional experience in developing creative and practical architectural solutions, he has provided design, operational and business development leadership for a wide range of clients. He brings a strong track record of exceeding goals and building strong teams, with experience in both the design and construction industries, particularly regarding large, complex healthcare projects, including work with Ascension Health, Advent Health, UF Health, and Baptist Health.
Trevor’s deep foundation in the design and construction industry — from finance and acquisition through design, construction, and asset management — is complemented by his role as a community advocate with an emphasis on developing and mentoring future leaders.
Outside of work, he dedicates much of his time to his community’s health and development by serving as a board member on the Downtown Development Review Board for the City of Jacksonville and council member on the UF Health Jacksonville Leadership Council, which advocates for community health and education. He also volunteers his time with the Board of Advisors for the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee, where he earned his Bachelor of Architecture, to provide guidance for future architects.