Principal and President | Bergmeyer Associates, Inc.
Michael R. Davis
FAIA, LEED AP
Michael is a practicing architect and an advocate for sustainable public policy. He was 2013 President of the Boston Society of Architects and 2015-2016 Chair of the Board of Trustees of the BSA Foundation. For the American Institute of Architects, Mike currently serves as Advocacy ambassador for the National AIA Committee on the Environment and as a newly appointed member of the AIA Board Government Advocacy Committee. He participated on a national AIA Materials Knowledge and Transparency working group and was a contributing author for an April 2016 AIA sustainability white paper, "Materials Transparency and Risk for Architects”. Mike has participated on or led AIA Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) and Sustainable Design for Resilience Team (DART) charrettes in Ithaca, NY, DeKalb County, GA, Augusta, GA, Tremonton, UT, St. Helens, OR, Louisville, KY, and Bath, ME, as well as the AIA’s first International R/UDAT charrette in Dublin, Ireland. Mike’s recent professional projects include a modular student residence hall at Endicott College, a LEED Certified facility for Hosteling International Boston in an adaptively-reused historic building, and a deep-energy retrofit of public housing units for the Boston Housing Authority at the Cathedral Family Development, which achieved LEED Platinum certification. He blogs about his firm’s work as signatory to the AIA 2030 Commitment. Mr. Davis advised the Boston Planning and Development Agency as a Member and Chair of the Boston Civic Design Commission from 1996 to 2018 and served on Boston Mayor Thomas Menino's Green Building Task Force and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s Net Zero Energy Building Taskforce. He holds a bachelor's degree in Architecture from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Architecture from Yale University
Courses with Michael:
The 15-Minute City: Sustainable Urbanism in the Future City1.00 LU
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