Located in the heart of Virginia, on the site of a prehistoric native village at Conjurer’s Neck, the Old Brick (Kennon) House is a treasured relic of America’s colonial past.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Architectural Services – Pavilion
- Pre-Proposal Conference: Thursday 25 January 2018 11AM
- Proposal Due Date: Wednesday 21 February 2018
Old Brick House Foundation Project Manager George Schanzenbacher Chairman Building Committee Home (804) 504–0195 Cell (804) 914-1091 firstname.lastname@example.org Request for Proposal - Architectural Services - Pavilion
The property is owned and operated by the Old Brick House Foundation.
The Old Brick House Foundation was formed in September, 2000. Its purpose is twofold: To renovate and preserve the Old Brick House, one of the oldest brick structures in the Commonwealth of Virginia; and to use the house as an educational tool to bring to life the rich history associated with the site. Both the Old Brick House and the adjacent Native American village site dated to the Middle and Late Woodland periods (500 B.C. – 1600 A.D.). These sites are found on the Department of the Interior’s National Register of Historic Places.