With over 40 years of experience in the design and construction industry, Millard Lee is recognized as a leader in the Aviation Sector. He has extensive global experience in major commercial airport projects including the Air New Zealand International Lounge, the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, the United Airlines LAX Master Plan and CBIS project, the Air New Zealand Technical Operations Center, the United Airlines LAX Master Plan, and the JetBlue Airways Operation Center at Long Beach. Millard is an expert in collaborating with large multi-disciplinary teams to complete projects with the highest level of client satisfaction. Millard leads AC Martin’s Aviation Studio and a 10-member team working on the United Airlines CBIS and Terminal 2 Renovation projects at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Millard is a graduate of USC’s School of Architecture where he received both his Bachelor and Master of Architecture. He was a Gamble House Student-in-Residence fellow. Millard also serves on the board of directors and is currently president for Lambda Alpha International, Los Angeles Chapter.