RFP 2022-04 City of Apalachicola Request for Proposals from qualified contractors for restoration/reconstruction for Harrison-Raney (HCA) warehouse The City of Apalachicola, Florida is …

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RFP 2022-04

City of Apalachicola Request for Proposals from qualified contractors for restoration/reconstruction for Harrison-Raney (HCA) warehouse

The City of Apalachicola, Florida is requesting proposals and qualifications from contractors familiar with historic restoration to coordinate and perform restoration and reconstruction of a designated historic landmark, the Harrison-Raney (HCA) warehouse in historic downtown Apalachicola.

Contractors will be selected from a pool of applicants who can demonstrate previous experience with historically significant project works specifically, State of Florida historic preservation grant-funded projects, and who can enlist the cooperation of sub-contractors and experienced tradespersons with a minimum of 10 years of historical preservation experience in similar project types. Knowledge of the FEMA flood regulations is also necessary. Additionally, the selected Contractor will be required to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of working within a designated historic building/site/district and will have the capability to manage personnel onsite in a manner consistent with preservation methods as outlined in the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for Rehabilitation as published by the National Park Service.

The project requires the interior and exterior repointing of brick, masonry work, replacement of roof drains and exterior repair, floodproofing implementation, installation of storm shutters and window and door restoration.

The City of Apalachicola is conducting open, competitive procurement process for goods and/or services in accordance with Section 287, Florida Statutes and Chapter 60A-1.002, Florida Administrative Code.

The bid documents are available online at www.cityofapalachicola.com and responses are DUE Thursday, October 20, 2022 at 4:00PM EST.

Publish Date: Thursday, September 22, 2022.

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