Lee Salin, FAIA, is the managing principal of Anderson Brulé Architects. He has over 30 years of experience in Education, Community, and other institutional planning, design and construction projects. Over his career, Lee has been focused on advancing the human experience through design. He enjoys working with clients and project teams to “design the process” to design the project, to enable all stakeholders to participate, be heard, and contribute to the direction of the project. Being able to understand and communicate the vast array of issues, challenges, and options facing institutional clients, Lee is adept at navigating them through the process to create high quality projects that will best meet the needs of their users and communities.
Lee has also volunteered much time as an advocate for the design and construction industry, our communities, and the environment, through his work with the American Institute of Architects as an officer and board member at both the state and local levels. Lee recently served as President of the AIA California Council in 2015.
StrengthsFinder Profile: Achiever, Arranger, Responsibility, Strategic, Relator