Mr. Fee joined HHF in 1985, became a principal in 1990, and has served as president of the company since 2002. His major areas of expertise include developing master and land use concept plans, bike/pedestrian transportation plans, environmental assessment/impact studies, and preparing and managing major entitlement applications.
Mr. Fee received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics (Urban Economics) and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning Degree from the University of Hawaii. He began his career in land planning through real estate appraisal for which he received training from the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and a State of Hawaii Real Estate Brokers License. Mr. Fee became a Member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) in 1985. His early planning experience included a staff position with the State House of Representative’s General Planning Committee and an intern position with the former State Department of Planning and Economic Development.
Mr. Fee’s ongoing project responsibilities include master planning and entitlement services for several mixed use/residential development projects, environmental impact studies and a range other land use studies. Recent and ongoing projects include the preparation of Master Plans for USARPAC Command and Control Center at Fort Shafter, University of Hawaii’s Honolulu Community College, and University of Hawaii at Hilo’s Puako Marine Research Station on the Big Island, and the Oahu Bike Plan.
Mr. Fee is a past president of the Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association. He is active in other professional organizations including the Urban Land Institute, Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals, Hawaii Association of Environmental Professionals, and the US Green Building Council’s Hawaii Chapter. In addition, Mr. Fee serves on the City’s Department of Planning and Permitting Design Advisory Committee, is a Board member of the Hawaii Bicycling League, and a past chairman of his Neighborhood Board.