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Madison Local Historic District Survey Update Consultant

  • Consultant
  • Madison, IN, USA
  • April 30, 2021
  • Department: Department of Planning, Preservation, & Design
  • Salary ($): Proposed salary submitted by consultant
  • How to Apply:

    Sealed proposals shall state on the outside of the envelope the company’s name and address and be labeled “Historic District Survey Update Proposal”, addressed to the attention of the following:

    City of Madison, Indiana

    Attn: Nicole M Schell, Director of Planning

    Madison City Hall

    101 W Main St.

    Madison, IN 47250

    Proposals may also be hand-delivered to the Madison City Hall or by email to nschell@madison-in.gov

  • Contact Name: Nicole Schell
  • Application Email: nschell@madison-in.gov
  • Application Phone #: 8122742750
  • Application Address: 101 W Main Street, Madison, IN 47250

Website City of Madison, IN

Notice is hereby given that the City of Madison, IN requests proposals for a:

Madison Local Historic District Survey Update

Through this Request for Proposals (RFP), the City of Madison, IN is soliciting proposals from potential experienced firms (the “Provider or Providers”) capable of providing update the Madison Local Historic District Survey for the City of Madison, Indiana. The area to be included within the update is generally described as the downtown district’s 133 blocks of approximately 1600 parcels. The full RFP can be found at: https://www.madison-in.gov/department/division.php?structureid=84

Proposals received later than 3:00 PM on April 30, 2021, Eastern Standard Time will not be considered.

Please submit any questions regarding this RFP to nschell@madison-in.gov by April 16, 2021. Responses to questions will be posted on the City of Madison, IN website at https://www.madison-in.gov/department/division.php?structureid=84 by April 21, 2021. It is the responsibility of any proposer to review the City’s website for any RFP revisions or answers to questions prior to submitting a proposal.

The City of Madison, IN will consider all the evaluation information obtained during the competitive negotiation process. The City of Madison, IN reserves the right to reject any and all proposals in part or in full for any reason. The City also reserves the right to change, cancel, or re-issue this RFP at any time. This RFP does not obligate the City of Madison, IN to pay any costs incurred by the respondents in the preparation and submission of a proposal, nor does it obligate the City to accept or contract for any expressed or implied services.

The successful vendor must comply with local, state, and federal requirements regarding equal opportunity and employment practices and the City of Madison, IN Professional Services Agreement. The City is committed to a program of equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, sex, age, nationality, or disability. Women and minority business enterprises are encouraged to submit proposals.

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