Matt Brown, LEED AP
Matt has been with Bechtel Frank Erickson Architects for the past 13 years, beginning as an intern and later becoming a full-time hire upon the completion of his graduate studies at Northeastern University. His commitment to environmentally responsible design drove him to become certified as an Accredited Professional by the United States Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program in order to better serve clients who are interested in pursuing a path of sustainable building practices.
He has always taken a special interest in multi-family housing and institutional/religious architecture, as he is motivated by the ability to use design and space planning to make a positive impact on people’s lives in a more public setting. Some of his past projects include: Ocean Shore, a 97-unit LEED Platinum affordable housing development; the renovation of MIT Lincoln Laboratory's main cafeteria; Sturges Ridge; an 88-unit Assisted Living and Memory Care residence; and a master plan and addition for Temple Beth Avodah in Newton.
In his spare time, Matt enjoys spending time with his family, working on his house, and is an avid Boston sports fan. He lives in North Reading with his wife Sarah, their son Rowen, and daughter Ella.