Natchez National Historic Park commemorates the history of Natchez, Mississippi, and consists of three separate sites: Fort Rosalie is the site of a former fortification from the 18th century, built by the French. The William Johnson House was the home of William Johnson, a 19th-century free African American barber and resident of Natchez whose diary has been published. Melrose was the estate of John T. McMurran, a lawyer, state senator, and planter who lived in Natchez from 1830 until the Civil War. The National Park Service, who care for the site, were seeking contractors to prepare an Updated Museum Emergency Operations Plan. The successful contractor is JT Robinette LLC of Ossining, New York. The estimated contract value is $15,000.
AWARD: NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: UPDATE MUSEUM EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN FOR NATCHEZ NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. Notice ID: 140P5220Q0076. Related Notice: 140P5220Q0076. Contract Opportunity Type: Award Notice (Original).
To see the original notice, please go to the following link.
To see the full award, please go to the following link.
JT Robinette LLC.
4 Overlook Road
Ossining, NY 10562
+1 917 586 9332
NPS, SER - West MABO
2680 Natchez Trace Parkway
Tupelo MS 38804
For the attention of: Laurie Sherrod
Image: Mount Repose, by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1938/ Library of Congress