Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Matthew Bronski, P.E., is a Principal, and the Preservation Technology Practice Leader at Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, where he has practiced for 24 years. Matthew has led SGH’s projects on significant modernist buildings designed by Kahn, Rudolph, Saarinen, Sert, Wright, and others. He is a Contributing Editor of ArchitectureBoston, and has served as a guest lecturer or critic at numerous universities, including Harvard, MIT, and Yale. He holds an undergraduate degree in engineering (Tulane), and graduate degrees in architecture (Penn) and historic preservation (Penn). In 2009, he became only the second engineer in 113 years to receive the Rome Prize.