CITY OF INDUSTRY June 28, 2021 – LEE + RO, Inc., today announced that it has promoted Principal Engineer Sam Lee, P.E., to QA/QC manager. Lee, working together with company President Charles Ro, will take the lead in solidifying the firm’s quality management system through enforcement of corporate policies, procedures, and protocols for quality planning, quality assurance, and quality control.
Lee brings his 14 years of engineering experience at LEE + RO to the task. His intimate knowledge of internal operations and processes combined with his understanding of LEE + RO’s diverse range of clients and projects place him in a position to continuously improve and enforce the company’s QA/QC procedures.
Through a wide variety of water infrastructure projects, Lee has acquired diverse design and interdisciplinary coordination skills ranging from civil and sanitary to mechanical and process engineering and design. He has successfully conducted facility investigations and evaluations, condition assessments, documentation of as-built conditions through field verification of existing dimensions, piping, and equipment layouts.
Lee also has engineering analysis and design, and construction phase engineering services experience for wastewater and water
treatment plants, booster pump stations and lift stations, force mains and other water and wastewater conveyance and collection systems, including emergency generators and other auxiliary equipment.
Said Charles Ro, LEE + RO president: “I’ve been fortunate to have worked side by side and risen in the company along with Sam these past 14 years. His extensive knowledge and procedural understanding make him uniquely qualified to take on this role. As municipalities and districts look to consulting firms to take on expanding roles in the management of complex projects, it requires that there be a more inclusive quality management system that provides greater confidence that quality requirements are met.”
"Having pretty much spent my entire career at LEE + RO, I’m honored to take on these additional responsibilities,” said Lee. “The collaborative nature between all the employees ensures that the quality management system will continuously evolve and provide a high-level of confidence to our clients and other project stakeholders.”
Lee received his M.S. degree in environmental engineering from the University of Southern California and B.S. in environmental engineering from Yonsei University, South Korea. He is a registered professional engineer (civil) in California.