Preservation Maryland is soliciting competitive proposals from qualified firms for architectural and engineering services for the adaptive reuse of the Berlin House, located at 9 S Maple Ave., Brunswick, MD 21716. 

Update 3/14/23: Submitted questions/answers from Preservation Maryland:

Q&A_RFP_Berlin House A&E

To be considered as eligible, Respondents must be legally licensed as applicable under pertinent laws in the State of Maryland; meet one or more of the Professional Qualification Standards—or their equivalent—as set forth by the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines; and have demonstrated experience in historic preservation.

Serving as project manager on behalf of the City of Brunswick, Preservation Maryland is partnering with the City to protect and adapt the historic house. The City’s current plan envisions adapting the structure into a community heritage venue that will serve as adjunct interpretive space for the Brunswick Heritage Museum, with its first floor used for programs and exhibits focused on early domestic life in Brunswick and its second floor used for artifact storage and office space.

Additional project information and Respondent instructions are provided in the RFP. Preservation Maryland requests that interested parties respond to the solicitation by 8:30 A.M. ET on Monday, March 27, 2023.

RFP: Preservation Maryland Architectural and Engineering Services