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Posted: 08/17/2011


RFQ: Historic Preservation Consultant
Professional Opportunity
St. Albans, VT

The Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) is seeking qualified historic preservation consultants to conduct an assessment, findings, and determination of effects for Section 106 Review reports. It is desired that this task be undertaken by a historic preservationist in consultation with an energy auditor. The purpose of this Request For Qualifications ("RFQ") is to provide NRPC with a consultant who will provide guidance and assistance with on-going energy efficiency retrofits and their impact on historic and potentially historic structures. The buildings may be listed on the State or National Register of Historic places, eligible for listing, or distinguished as contributing buildings within a Historic Village District. The implementation of energy efficiency retrofits must consider the historic nature of the buildings. In addition, improvements must be designed to meet the review standards of Section 106 Review of the National Historic Preservation Act. The NRPC encourages professionals of historic preservation or architectural historians, qualifications from individuals or teams, to apply. The NRPC anticipates that 6 municipal buildings in Franklin and Grand Isle Counties will require Section 106 Review. Buildings will include town offices, town garages, libraries, and other public facilities. This project is being funded by grants from the US Department of Energy and the Vermont Department of Public Service made available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

OPen until
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How to apply
Qualification proposals must be clearly marked and be mailed to: Allison Stori, Regional Planner, Northwest Regional Planning Commission, 155 Lake Street, St. Albans, Vermont 05478. Qualifications sent via fax or email will not be accepted, and proposals received after the deadline will not be considered.

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