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Posted: 08/05/2020

Employer
Alabama Historical Commission
Archaeology

State Historic Preservation Office


Position
RFQ: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR DIVER ASSESSMENT, ARTIFACT EXTRACTION,
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Mobile, AL
AL
Details
Open Until
08/17/2020
 

Pursuant to Alabama Act No. 2001-956, the State of Alabama, Alabama Historical Commission requests proposals from qualified professionals to provide a diver assessment, artifact extraction, and specialized maritime archaeological testing to determine the condition of submerged archaeological site 1BA704, the Clotilda, and to inform plans for preservation. Due to hazardous conditions on 1BA704, this level of investigation will require industrial level diving and specialized safety protocols. The location of archaeological site 1BA704 is remote and only accessible by boat or barge. The selected contractor will be responsible for all equipment and supplies necessary to conduct the investigation, accommodations for project personnel during field work, as well as providing all transportation to-and-from site. See full RFP @ https://ahc.alabama.gov/Clotilda.aspx


How to apply
Proposals must be received no later than 17 August 2020 Supply six (6) hard copies AND one digital copy of all required proposal information to: Alabama Historical Commission Attn: Stacye Hathorn State Archaeologist 468 South Perry Street Montgomery, Al 36030-0900 Phone: 334.230.2649 Stacye.Hathorn@ahc.alabama.gov
Stacye Hathorn
Phone: 3345414550
Fax: 3342621083
ADDRESS
Alabama Historical Commission
468 South Perry Street
Montgomery, AL 36130-0900

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