Anthony Bochicchio, AIA

Senior Project Director


Anthony has in-depth professional work experience as an architect managing technically complex projects – large and small – that require thoughtful, innovative and creative solutions. This experience has allowed him to become an expert in large-scale project technical management, client communication liaisons, project quality control, timely delivery, project budgeting management, and coordination of large multi-discipline project teams. With a career focus on historic structures, he has a passion for working on existing buildings, with his projects winning awards from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Maryland Historic Trust.


Constructed in 1962, the Antietam Visitor Center improved visitors' access and experiences, but after welcoming over 350,000 history buffs each year, the center was ready for modernization. More

In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, we spoke with preservation experts Matt Chalifoux and Tony Bochicchio to take a closer look at their experience preserving the historic Warfield House in Gettysburg National Military Park. More