Paul C. Lee Bio

BIO
Paul C. Lee, PEng., FEC, FITE
Rapid Transit & Strategic Projects Manager
City of Surrey

Paul joined the City of Surrey in mid-2010, taking on the current position in the Engineering Department.

Prior to Surrey, he was the Manager of Transportation at the City of Coquitlam for almost eight years where he planned, not one, but both versions of the Evergreen Line: the LRT version in 2006 and SkyTrain in 2009.

Before Coquitlam, Paul was in consulting, spending five years at Reid Crowther where he was a partner in charge of transportation planning at the Burnaby office. He has also worked for Maunsell in Hong Kong in the late 90’s on the planning of the Mah On Shan Line.

Between 1991 and 1995, Paul was the Administrator of Transportation Planning at the GVRD where he served also as the Technical Director of Transport 2021 and worked closely with Martin Crilly and Ken Cameron on the Livable Region Strategic Plan.

Prior to the GVRD, for eight years he was VP Engineering and a partner with Hamilton Associates in Vancouver.

Paul is long-time resident of Port Moody.

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