Simon Lee Sai Boon
As our Executive Director, he is responsible for the M&E services division. He also plays a role in the negotiations for the acquisition of lands as well as the planning of development projects. Mr. Lee has around 24 years of experience in construction and over seven years in property development.
He graduated from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering in September 1988. In June 1993, he obtained his Master of Business Administration from the University of Dubuque, Iowa, United States of America (“USA”).
Mr. Lee began his career as a Trainee Engineer at Oriental Assemblers Sdn Bhd, in June 1988, where he was responsible for the daily operation and meeting of output targets of a motor vehicle line production. He left Oriental Assemblers Sdn Bhd in September 1988. He subsequently joined Western Digital Malaysia Sdn Bhd in October 1988 as an Assembly Engineer, where he provided assembly engineering support for manufacturing operations.
In November 1988, Mr. Lee worked as a Process Engineer in PCI Printed Circuits International Pte Ltd, Singapore, where he was in charge of the wave soldering machines as well as the Surface-Mount Technology lines. His role was to ensure that the output targets were meet and to minimize defects in the Surface-Mount Technology lines. Mr. Lee left PCI Printed Circuits International Pte Ltd in January 1990. In the same month, Mr. Lee employed in Hewlett Packard (“HP”) Pte Ltd, Singapore as a Process Engineer in the Inject Components Operation fabrication section. In March 1990, he sent for training in the HP facility in Oregon, USA, as part of the transfer of the Inject Component Division’s Thermal Inkjet Silicon Wafer Manufacturing Technology to the Singapore branch of HP. In January 1992, he was assigned to the HP plant in San Diego, USA, where he was involved in the transfer of the Bobcat and Squirt Pen Head Saw processes to HP, Singapore. In July 1994, Mr. Lee left HP. In the same month, he joined Tru-Tech Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd as a Production Manager, where he was responsible for the daily production output of the audio and video production line. Mr. Lee left Tru-Tech Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd in November 1994.
In December 1994, Mr. Lee, together with Lee Chai, Lim Yook Kim and Kang Ah Chee, were instrumental in incorporating Asiamost, a company that provides fire protection system for building and construction projects. He was appointed as a Director of Asiamost in December 1994 and Director of AME Construction in March 1996.