The 54-mile-long Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail begins at the Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church in Selma and follows the 1965 historic routes of the Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches through the city and eastward along US Highway 80. The National Park Service had been seeking proposals from contractors to develop a new Interpretive Visitor Center for the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail. The successful contractor is Outside Box LLC of Richmond, Virginia, and the total contract value is $20,707,000.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: Develop Selma Interpretive Center at the Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail, Selma, Al. Notice ID: 140P2023R0022. Related Notice: 140P2023R0022. Contract Opportunity Type: Award

The work of this contract is for the redevelopment of the historic properties at 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 Broad Street, and 1119 Water Avenue in Selma, Alabama into a new interpretive center for the Selma to Montgomery NHT.

To see the original RFP, interested contractors should go to the following link.

To see the award notice, interested contractors should go to this link.

Contact:
National Parks Service
12795 W Alameda Parkway
Po Box 25287
Denver, Colorado 80225
USA
Contact person: Michael Smith
michael_smith@contractor.nps.gov
+1 303 969 2031

Successful contractor:
Outside Box LLC
1428 Floyd Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23220

Image: The Selma to Montgomery March, Day 5. The Abernathy Children, Ralph David Abernathy, Juanita Jones Abernathy and John Lewis, lead the lineup and at the beginning of March, 1965 - Donza Leigh Abernathy