Bryan Green, PhD, LEED AP BD + CSenior Associate / Director of Historic Preservation
When it comes to historic preservation, Bryan Green is a master in his field. His love and passion for history make him an expert not only within the firm, but also in the Richmond community. He is actively involved in nominating projects for Historic Tax Credits, researching building history, and contributing to the rehabilitation of several landmarks and historically rich buildings. Over the years, he has learned that one of the key ingredients to a successful project is to always have a backup plan, and to be prepared for unforeseen situations, which appear often when working with historical structures. His favorite types of historical preservation projects are those which have seen a lot of physical change over time, yet still hold so much potential for the future.
Citizens Advisory Council on Furnishing and Interpreting the Executive Mansion, Chair
Citizens Advisory Council on Furnishing and Interpreting the Executive Mansion, Restoration Committee
City of Richmond, Commission of Architectural Review, Past Vice-Chair
City of Richmond, Commission of Architectural Review, Chair
City of Richmond, Urban Design Committee, Vice Chair
Rosewell Foundation, Past Board Member
Preservation Virginia, Past Award Committee Member
Preservation Virginia, Past Endangered Sites Committee Member
Virginia Commonwealth University, L. Douglas Wilder School of Public Policy, Adjunct Professor
In Jefferson’s Shadow: The Architecture of Thomas R. Blackburn. Princeton Architectural Press, for the Virginia Historical Society, 2006.
With Ann L.B. Miller and Conover Hunt, Building a President’s House: Newly Discovered Architectural Plans for James Madison’s Montpelier Montpelier: The Montpelier Foundation, 2007.
PhD in Architectural History, University of Virginia
Master of Architectural History, University of Virginia
Bachelor of Arts in History and Anthropology, University of Notre Dame