Preserving History: Benefits of Historic Tax Credits
Dec 02, 2020 7:30 AM
Ward Bucher, AIA
Preserving History: Benefits of Historic Tax Credits

W. Ward Bucher, AIA, has built a career designing and preserving spaces people love. Ward is a registered architect in DC, Maryland and Virginia and has extensive experience in historic, new and green building design.

Ward has been the principal architect on numerous restoration and adaptive reuse projects for nonprofits, museums, offices, retail, and multifamily housing. With over 46 years of experience as a registered architect, he has worked with buildings at all levels of historic designation, from local to National Historic Landmarks. Ward meets the Professional Qualifications for Architecture, Historic Architecture and Architectural History under the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines.

PROJECT RECOGNITION

  • Baltimore Neighborhood Center (Belnord Theatre), Phoenix Award, Preservation Maryland
  • Menokin Project,  Best of Design Award, Architect's Newspaper
  • USGBC-MD: Altruistic Project of the Year, McCormick Goodhart Mansion
  • AIA VA Society: Historic Preservation Design Excellence Award of Honor, McCormick Goodhart Mansion
  • NH & RA: J. Timothy Anderson Award for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation, Most Innovative Adaptive Re-Use, McCormick Goodhart Mansion
  • PG County Historical Society St. George’s Day Award: Award      for Restoration, McCormick Goodhart Mansion
  • AIA DC Chapter: Historic Resources Merit Award, Bowieville Mansion
  • Talbot Historical Society: Annual Heritage Award, 202 East Dover Street
  • AIA DC Chapter: Historic Resources Merit Award, Downes Curtis Sail Loft Restoration
  • Talbot Historical Society: Special Merit Award, Downes Curtis Sail Loft
  • Lewes Historical Society: New Construction Award, Purple Haze Project