Global Renewable Energy - The Company/Management Team


Dwayne G. Lee
Director of Operations and Maintenance

  • Over 45 years of experience in every aspect of the engineering process including research and development, feasibility planning, policy formulation, design, construction and operations and maintenance. The primary focus of this experience has been in the water resources and maritime area.
  • Professional Engineer since 1971
  • Former Managing Director of the Port of Seattle Capital Development Division
  • Former Program Director and Vice President of the Parsons Infrastructure and Technology Group - Specializing in water resource projects to include development of a desalination design for a new technology with an international design team and responsible for a worldwide marketing force with oversight of over $5 Billion of constructed value for port and water projects.
  • Former Deputy Executive Director of Development for Port of Los Angeles - Responsible for 450 people providing engineering, construction, environmental and facility maintenance services for the largest, most profitable port in the U.S.
  • Former Director of the Waterways Experiment Station - Largest R&D organization for the Army Corps of Engineers
  • Former Colonel and Commander of Louisville Corps of Engineers - Managed planning, design, construction, and operations for a five state area ($250 million per year, 1200 people)
  • Former Congressional Liaison and Policy Coordinator for Corps of Engineers - Responsible for 18 states in the upper Mississippi River Basin as an Assistant Director of Civil Works.
  • Former Area Engineer for Army Corps in Okinawa, Japan - Responsible for overseeing all of the construction performed by the Government of Japan
  • Graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces - An intensive executive development program that is approximately equivalent to a Masters program in public administration
  • M.S. in Space Facility Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology
  • B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point