Peter Lee, a construction expert with a passion for sustainability, moved from Jackson to Bozeman in 2003 to raise his family. Peter and his wife, Tanya, have four children: Morgan, Hudson, Jacky, and Noah. When he’s not working, Peter enjoys skiing, fly fishing, and traveling the world. He is also an active member of the Bozeman Sunrise Rotary and has been participating in the Rotary Fix-Up Festival for over a decade.
As a co-founder of THB in 1996, Peter has managed numerous construction projects that showcase his ability to create breathtaking buildings. His work has been featured in a variety of publications, including Mountain Living, Western Art & Architecture, Big Sky Journal Home, Log & Timber Home Living, Cowboys & Indians, Custom Wood Homes, Teton Home, as well as the books “Rustic Artistry of the Home” and “Cabins and Camps,” authored by Ralph Kylloe.
In addition to his construction achievements, Peter is committed to reducing America’s carbon footprint. He established THB Energy Solutions, a sister company that specializes in energy-efficient solutions. Peter and his team have retrofitted and installed dozens of geothermal heating systems over the years, helping to make homes more environmentally friendly.
Peter earned his degree in Structural Engineering from Princeton University, where he graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors. He later earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard University. Prior to co-founding THB, he honed his construction skills at The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company and Forrester Construction in Washington, DC.