He designed numerous buildings of diverse styles and functions that remain standing and are listed on the United States. National Register of Historic Places. Ware received the majority of his training working at the Union Pacific railroad"s Omaha drafting office between 1880 and 1888. He also did some early architectural work in Denver, Colorado.
Ware arrived in Salt Lake City in 1889 and began designing mostly residential architecture but quickly became involved in large civic projects.
Together they designed many residences, civic buildings, churches and carnegie libraries throughout Utah, Nevada and Wyoming until 1926, when the partnership ended. From 1938-1949, Ware joined with Lloyd West. McClenahan to form Ware & McClenahan.
Together with his partners, Ware trained many draftsman and future architects.