Jason E. Lee is a 2002 graduate of Auburn University, having attained a B.S. in Civil Engineering, where he specialized in Construction Management and completed his senior thesis in Concrete Design. While earning his Engineering degree from Auburn University, Mr. Lee was awarded the State of Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors Scholarship and successfully completed the professional requirements for the Cooperative Education Program. Additionally, while pursuing his Engineering degree, Mr. Lee worked with an Engineering News-Record top 25 General Contractor constructing commercial projects in Atlanta, Georgia. Furthermore, Mr. Lee gained additional design and technical experience working with the National Center for Asphalt Technology at Auburn University as well as managing preconstruction services for a large Water and Waste Water General Contractor in Georgia. After graduating from Auburn University, Mr. Lee accepted a management position with an Engineering News-Record top 40 General Contractor in Atlanta, Georgia where he completed the construction of the Flint RiverQuarium and the I-Works Imagination Theater—a project designed by architect Antoine Predock. Afterward, Mr. Lee managed large Civil Construction projects for owners such as Alabama Power, Georgia Power, and The United States General Services Administration.