In collaboration with the City of Medford Procurement Office, the Medford Historical Commission is pleased to announce that beginning on August 17, 2020, RFP 21-0191 for the Winter Hill Neighborhood Historic Property Survey will be available on the City’s online procurement platform. The following is our official announcement and how to get a hold of the documents:
CITY OF MEDFORD
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Winter Hill Neighborhood
Historic Properties Survey
The City of Medford (City) is seeking proposals from qualified historic preservation consultants to undertake an intensive-level, neighborhood survey of cultural and architectural resources in the Winter Hill neighborhood of the City of Medford.
This project is being Electronically Bid (E-Bid). Requests for Proposals will be available beginning Monday, August 17, 2020. Proposal Documents will be available online at:
https://www.bidnetdirect.com/massachusetts/cityofmedford. All plan holders must have an active online account on http://www.bidnetdirect.com to acquire documents, receive project notifications, and to submit your technical and price proposal electronically.
Proposers must meet the following minimum qualifications: a Bachelor’s degree in Historic Preservation, Architectural History, History, Art History, or a closely related field, plus at least two years full-time experience in an area relevant to the project; or a Master’s degree in any of the above mentioned areas.
All proposals shall be submitted online to http://www.BidNetDirect.com prior to September 17, 2020, at 2 p.m. Hard copy proposals will not be accepted by BidNetDirect.com. or by the Awarding Authority. You can register to become a proposer online at http://www.BidNetDirect.com. For assistance, contact BidNetDirect.com at 800-835-4603.
Each Proposal shall be submitted in accordance with the Instructions within the RFP. It is the responsibility of prospective proposers and or bidders to check http://www.BidNetDirect.com for new information via any addenda or modifications to this solicitation. Addenda will be emailed to all Plan holders registered with BidNet.
Questions regarding this Request for Proposals must be written and submitted via BidNetDirect.com.
As noted above, all addenda shall be sent via BidNetDirect.com and emailed to registered Plan holders.
The City reserves the right to reject all proposals, in whole or in part, as determined to be in the best interests of the City and to waive minor informalities.
Chief Procurement Officer
Additional information about the project area can be found online in the Survey Plan for South Medford at: