The Burtis House in Annapolis, MD

*UPDATE* RFP: Burtis House Stabilization Project in Annapolis

08/16/2021
By Laura Houston

UPDATE: Date/time change for Burtis House Stabilization Proposal Opening

The Proposal Opening for responses to the Burtis House Stabilization RFP has been rescheduled. The new date and time for the Proposal Opening is Tuesday, August 31 at 2pm EST. The proposal due date remains Monday, August 16 by 5pm EST. Respondents may attend the Proposal Opening at the rescheduled date and time via the Zoom link provided in the RFP document.

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Preservation Maryland is soliciting competitive proposals from qualified professional architectural firms for the design and preparation of construction documentation and construction administration for the temporary relocation, foundation construction, elevation and stabilization of the historic Burtis House, located at 69 Prince George Street in Annapolis, Maryland.

Responses are due by 5:00 P.M. ET on Monday, August 16, 2021. See the attached RFP for additional information. Requests for interpretation or correction may be submitted via email to Laura Houston at lhouston@presmd.org.

ACCESS THE FULL RFP HERE

About the project

As part of a multi-phase effort to preserve and adapt the structure for reuse, the intent of the Burtis House Stabilization project is to rehabilitate and enhance the historic Burtis House, owned by the City of Annapolis and located at 69 Prince George Street along the waterfront in Annapolis’ downtown historic district. Proposals are requested for Phase 1 which will safeguard the building from coastal flooding and protect the existing fabric until the subsequent adaptive reuse phase takes place.

The Phase 1 project consists of the following components: architectural and engineering services; selective demolition of non-contributing features; temporary building relocation; foundation construction; building elevation; mothballing; public education and interpretation; site security; archeology; permitting; and project management.

To learn more and to submit a proposal, review the full RFP.

ACCESS THE FULL RFP HERE

Learn more about property redevelopment and the burtis house

Laura Houston · Historic Property Redevelopment Manager

Laura Houston supports the unprecedented growth of Preservation Maryland's property redevelopment program, including flagship projects in Hagerstown and Annapolis. Born and raised in Texas, Laura is excited to get to know Maryland and her fellow Marylanders as she, her husband, and their rescue pup Roscoe make the beautiful Old Line State their home.

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