CONCORD – The Town of Concord is on the move to modernize and enhance its municipal buildings. In a special meeting last week, a Request for Proposals (RFP) was commissioned to address the renovation needs of several town structures. Joel Schwartz, a consultant for the town, took the lead on drafting the RFP, which after a review and subsequent edits, was then added to the town’s official website and advertised in The Caledonian-Record. The RFP’s primary focus is on sourcing architectural firms capable of executing a Feasibility and Preliminary Design Study. The core objectives include determining the requirements for the Town Offices, the Town Clerk’s Office, a vault, Fire Station, and the Public Works Garage. The selected architectural firm will collaborate with Northeast Structural Engineering, a Preservation Consultant, and other relevant consultants.
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