The largest clash in the Revolutionary War in the US state of Maryland took place against the British in July, 1776 on St. George Island. To date little professional study has been dedicated to this important battle. Preservation Maryland has been seeking a contractor to research, identify and map the cultural and natural resources associated with the battle, and develop a report on the future potential preservation and interpretation efforts, while coordinating with local stakeholders. The successful contractor is Kennon Williams Landscape Studio of Charlottesville, Virginia.

AWARD: Preservation Maryland: Documenting and Exploring the Interpretive Potential of St. George Island: Maryland’s Largest Revolutionary War Battlefield. Reference No: P20AP00201.

Preservation Maryland contract awards for Battlefield Preservation projects. Lead Consultant: Kennon Williams Landscape Studio.  Sub-consultants: Washington College Centre for Environment and Society and Barton Ross & Partners, LLC Architects. No further award details are available.

To see the original notice, please go to the following link.

To see the full award, please go to the following link.

Award Details:
Kennon Williams Landscape Studio
101 East High Street
Charlottesville, Virginia
USA, 22902
+1 434 972 9003

Preservation Maryland
3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 248
Baltimore, Maryland 21211

Image: Aerial view of St. George's Island, Maryland. Photo from VRBO