Residents and business owners in Chestertown's historic district learned how they could take advantage of both state and federal tax credit programs during a workshop May 10.. The workshop was led by architects Nakita Reed and Ward Bucher of Encore Sustainable Design. Reed, who serves on the Preservation Maryland board, said this is the third historic tax credit workshop held on the Eastern Shore.
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The American Architectural Foundation previously held a thought leadership forum in Washington, DC that our own Nakita Reed participated in. Read about the details of this forum which focused on the architectural industry and more.
Ward Bucher receives an award in recognition of the design and improvements made to the historic Waterfowl Foundation's Easton Armory owned by the
The adapting of the former Thomas Addison School as the MGM National Harbor Recruitment and Training Facility demonstrates the advantage of reusing buildings. The former Thomas Addison school in Oxon Hill, MD is now home to MGM National Harbor’s Recruitment and Training Facility. Learn how we can work with you on your next rehabilitation or LEED project
Nakita Reed talked to homeowners about ways to make their historic homes more energy efficient.
Check out the Ruth Starr Rose Exhibit featuring notable artist Ruth Starr Rose. Have a glimpse into African American life at the turn of the century!
The Alice Ferguson Foundation's new LEED Platinum certified education building was just certified as meeting the Living Building Challenge, making it one of seven buildings in the world to hold that certification.