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Posted: 01/15/2014

Employer
City of Fort Smith
Planning Department


Position
Request for Qualifications
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Fort Smith, AR
Details
 

REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS

 

The City of Fort Smith is interested in obtaining the services of a professional preservation consultant to evaluate resources and prepare an architectural resource survey and National Register Nomination for an area bordered by South Greenwood Avenue, Dodson Avenue, Rogers Avenue, and South 23rd Street, which includes approximately 125 properties. The survey and nomination must be completed by April 25, 2014.

Qualifications should include experience with architectural resource surveys, experience with National Register nominations, capacity to perform the work, past record of performance, and familiarity with the area to be surveyed. Depending on experience, the consultant may need to obtain survey training from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program before the work commences.

A Letter of Interest and qualifications will be accepted by the City of Fort Smith, Planning Department, P. O. Box 1908, Fort Smith, AR 72902, until 5:00 p.m., January 31, 2014.  If additional information is needed, contact Maggie Rice at 479-784-2266.

Maggie Rice, Senior Planner
City of Fort Smith, AR

OPen until
01/31/2014

How to apply
A Letter of Interest and qualifications will be accepted by the City of Fort Smith, Planning Department, P. O. Box 1908, Fort Smith, AR 72902, until 5:00 p.m., January 31, 2014. If additional information is needed, contact Maggie Rice at 479-784-2266.
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