The National Park Service is an agency of the United States federal government that manages all national parks, many national monuments, and other conservation and historical properties. The National Park Service has been seeking the services of a qualified consultant to prepare a complete National Historic Landmark nomination for Azurest South in Petersburg, Virginia, a Modern Movement style structure built in 1939. The successful contractor is Susan Ferentinos, and the total contract value is $20,825.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: NATIONAL LANDMARK NOMINATION FOR AZUREST SOUTH LOCATED IN PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA. Notice ID: 140P4220Q0060. Contract Opportunity Type: Award
The National Park Service has seeking the services of a qualified consultant to prepare a complete National Historic Landmark nomination for Azurest South in Petersburg, VA.
The purpose of the current project is to produce a complete NHL nomination for the Azurest South in Petersburg, VA under Criterion 2 for its association with Amaza Lee Meredith and Criterion 4 as a nationally-significant example of an architectural type. Azurest South was added to the National Register of Historic Places (#93001464) on December 30, 1993. Azurest South is currently owned by the Virginia State University’s Alumni Association.
To see the original solicitation, please go to this link.
To see the award notice, please go to this link.
NPS, Central MABO
1234 Market Street, 20th Floor
Philadelphia PA 19107
For the attention of: Deborah Coles