Creation of a Master Plan for the use, maintenance and preservation of the
Round Lake Auditorium.
The Village of Round Lake is seeking proposals for the creation and development of a master plan (the “Plan”) for the historic preservation of the Round Lake Auditorium and the Davis Ferris Tracker Organ housed within. The Plan will include consideration of the historic nature and character of the Village itself. The Plan will set forth comprehensive, measurable and incremental goals to provide for the preservation, restoration, maintenance, and usage of the Auditorium and the Organ and describe when each is appropriate.
To ensure the Plan encompasses all relevant topics and includes the best guidance possible. Applicant must have demonstrated extensive experience in historic preservation projects including but not limited to conditions assessment, historic structures reports, sympathetic adaptive re-use and new addition, and an overall understanding and application of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for the treatment of historic buildings. The Village recognizes that experts in specialty areas such as historic musical instruments and seasonally-used buildings, may be necessary for components of the Plan and the proposal should indicate the sources for this expertise. The selected consultant team will be expected to participate in public meetings and other outreach activities, generate implementation strategies for the goals identified in the Plan, and identify potential funding sources.
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The contract(s) resulting from this RFP will be for a term anticipated to begin May 1, 2019 with a completion date on or before December 1, 2019.Submission Documents labeled Submission Documents - RFP Master Plan - Do Not Open must be submitted in sealed envelopes, as detailed in the Submission Material section of the RFP, and be received in Round Lake no later than February 22, 2019 by 3:00P.M. Send to:
RFP Master Plan
PO Box 85
Round Lake, New York 12151