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Archive for October, 2010


The Lee Building Industry Association held its annual fall golf tournament at the Plantation Golf and Country Club Sunday October 2, 2010.

Chris Lee and his team members Ian Russell of Ian Russell Co. and Tom Lytton of CNL Bank had a great time on the course and appreciate the events arranged for its members to come together.

The Lee Building Industry Association is non-profit association, which represents Lee, Hendry and Glades Counties of Florida and is a powerful voice for the building industry in the regulatory arena. It is a resource for technical assistance, information and educational services. The Lee BIA is a visible force in the communities where its members live and work.

For more info on the Lee BIA visit:          www.BIA.net


FORT MYERS, FL (September 30, 2010) – The Lee Building Industry Association’s (Lee BIA) Fifth Annual Summit Awards were held at the Paseo Village Center on September 25th.

Christopher J. Lee Architects, Inc. was presented with the award for Best Non-Built Architectural Design – Healthcare for ”Collins Vision Center”.

A complete Winners List can be found below. Photos available per request or online at http://www.bia.net/summit.html.)

This Summit Awards program is the only one of its kind in Southwest Florida, the goal of this event is to celebrate success and professionalism within the commercial and remodeling industry. Created by the Commercial Contractors Council of the Lee BIA, the Summit Awards provides an opportunity to recognize excellence in this effort. Judging takes place outside of the local area with experienced industry professionals.

For more information on the Summit Awards or the Lee Building Industry Association, visit www.bia.net

or call (239) 936–5525.


Gulfcoast Consulting Group Inc., a Fort Myers based design-build firm, has been contracted by Dr. Ryan J. Donovan to complete his new dental office located at 14361 Metropolis Ave. #3 in Fort Myers. Dr. Donovan graduated from the University of Florida, College of Dentistry and specializes in periodontics. The new 2,000-square-foot office was designed by Christopher J. Lee Architects Inc.

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