HBI Advisor Matthew Kiefer Presented Honorary BSA Membership

HBI Advisor Matthew Kiefer Presented Honorary BSA Membership

HBI is pleased to learn that Matthew Kiefer, Co-chair of HBI’s Council of Advisors, has been named an honorary member of the Boston Society of Architects (BSA).

While BSA membership is typically reserved for those practicing in the field of architecture and design, the organization presented this designation to Matthew, an attorney in real estate development in Boston, for his commitment to architecture, sustainability and public policy.

A partner at the firm of Goulston and Storrs, Matthew has represented many different development projects for institutions such as the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Emerald Necklace Conservancy.  Matt also represented and helped shape plans for the BSA’s new space and headquarters at Russia Wharf.  In addition to professional practice, Matthew teaches, writes, and speaks extensively on real estate and land use law and policy. He has also served on many boards and committees of non-profit organizations working on the built environment; he was President of HBI’s Board of Directors from 2003 until 2015.

Membership of the BSA brings together building-industry professionals to collaborate, exchange ideas, learn and become part of their amazing network. Matthew will be honored at the BSA Annual Meeting in December.

As a co-chair of HBI’s Council of Advisors, Matthew leads a group of individuals dedicated to HBI’s mission, and who provide expertise and resources to the organization and its projects. We congratulate Matthew on this honor, and thank him for the work that he does for HBI and throughout the city of Boston.