THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES BRUCE D. JUDD TO THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HISTORIC PRESERVATION The President announced today his intent to appoint Bruce D.
Judd to the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
Bruce D. Judd, of San Francisco, California, currently serves as a founding principal of the Architectural Resources Group in San Francisco, California, where he has worked since 1980. Prior to his current position, he served as vice president and director of Architectural Services for Charles Hall Page and Associates from 1975 to 1980. Also, from 1971 to 1975 he served as an architect at Page, Clowdsley & Baleix, Inc. In 1993, he was both nominated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects and received the Preservationist of the Year Award from the California Preservation Foundation. Mr. Judd is a member of the California Preservation Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Preservation Action and the American Institute of Architects' National Historic Resource Committee. Additionally, Mr. Judd has given more than 300 lectures, interviews and speeches regarding historic preservation and renovation. He holds several honors and awards from national historical preservation organizations. Mr. Judd received both a B.A. and Master of architecture from the University of California, Berkeley.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is an independent federal agency established in 1966 through the Historic Preservation Act. The Council advises the President and Congress on national historic preservation matters and assesses the effectiveness of state, local and private programs in carrying out the purposes of the National Historic Preservation Act. In addition, the Council reviews federally licensed projects that affect properties listed in or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Its members are also responsible for issuing the President's Historic Preservation Awards.