1 session | $20, BSA Members; $40, Non-members
Discounted 3-pack sessions are available: 3 sessions | $50, BSA Members; $100, Non-members
1 LU/HSW AIA credit available
As we emerge from the aftermath of the pandemic, Metro-Boston’s supply of affordable housing continues to lag behind. Even after the economic expansion era from 2009 to early 2020, Greater Boston didn’t build enough homes to keep up with demand. Seniors and families with children struggle to find homes that meet their size and income needs. How will the middle class find housing solutions in an increasingly limited housing stock?
Two well-known affordable housing client experts, Laura Martin from The Community Builders and Eliza Datta, of E3 Development, come to the BSA Client Conversations to discuss ways to tackle these problems and think through how communities can help re-envision housing options. They are joined by the ‘Mother of the Micro Unit’, former BSA President Tamara Roy, to discuss their creative approaches to finance, design, and community engagement.
Join us for early networking prior to the conversation.
President, E3 Development LLC
Senior Development Project Manager, The Community Builders (TCB)
Tamara Roy AIA, LEED AP
Principal, Stantec Architecture
2016 President, BSA
Carole Wedge FAIA LEED AP
CEO, Shepley Bulfinch
Client Conversation Series
The BSA Client Conversation series is focused around quarterly themes, spotlighting clients with not only their projects, but their strategies for managing change through development and investment during these complex times. Conversations will span a range of market sectors, and provide insight into the capabilities and skills clients look for when selecting a design team.
Sessions will be hosted by Carole Wedge FAIA LEED AP. Programs will take place the second Tuesday of every month and will be presented in different formats—from panel discussions to interviews, virtual tours and more.