MulvannyG2 Architecture Chairman of the Board, Jerry Lee, won Seattle Business magazine’s “Lifetime Achievement Award” as part of the magazine’s inaugural Executive Excellence Awards. The award, one of 14 presented at a gala held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle on January 31st, marked the culmination of the evening.
The Executive Excellence Awards were created to recognize and celebrate inspirational corporate leaders who have played an important role in the success of Washington state businesses. Award categories included outstanding CEO, CFO, Chief Legal Counsel, and other C-level positions. Honorees were selected by the editors of Seattle Business magazine along with members of Leadership Tomorrow, a Seattle-based organization that works to develop effective community leaders and strengthen the Puget Sound region.
“Our intent with the Executive Excellence Awards is to start a conversation about leadership,” said Seattle Business Associate Publisher Michael Romoser. “This inaugural class says a lot about the caliber of leaders we already have, and about the type of people our state and region must attract to remain competitive well into the future.”
Lee will be the cover story in the February 2013 issue of Seattle Business.
About MulvannyG2 Architecture
MulvannyG2 Architecture designs retail, mixed-use, and corporate offices and interiors for clients and brands of global significance. MulvannyG2 is among the world’s 40 largest architecture firms and consistently ranks as one of the world’s top three retail designers.
Founded in 1971, the firm employs a staff of nearly 350 among five offices: Bellevue, Wash.; Portland, Ore.; Irvine, Calif.; Washington, D.C.; and Shanghai, China. Clients include Westfield, OliverMcMillan, The Irvine Company, Hines, Boeing, Starbucks, Target, Nike, REI, Kohl’s Department Stores, Costco Wholesale, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Shanghai Investment Group, Dalian Yida Group, China Resources, Suning Real Estate Development, and Fujian Provincial Power Company.