Hubert Murray FAIA has over 45 years' experience working on projects in the United States, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. As Chief Architect on Boston's Central Artery Tunnel Project he was responsible for coordinating architecture and urban design inserting the project into the city. In his own practice he has worked on university master planning and school building. He has also acted for a hospital consortium in the development of climate ready buildings and a sustainability master plan. As president of the Boston Society of Architects he conceived and co-chaired Mass Impact, two international and multidisciplinary symposia held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008 on the subject of cities and climate change. He also writes and sculpts.