City of San Antonio to Reissue RFQ for Alamo Plaza Historic District and Alamo Complex Joint Master Plan

Contact: Brittany Eck
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PRESS RELEASE — Apr 16, 2015

The Texas General Land Office (GLO) and City of San Antonio have teamed up to direct a collaborative vision for the future of the Alamo Complex and the surrounding historic district. The City, in partnership with the GLO, is reissuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for eligible firms to develop a comprehensive master plan for the Alamo Plaza Historic District, including the State-owned Alamo Complex.

SAN ANTONIO — The City issued the original RFQ in December 2014 for a master plan of Alamo Plaza and the surrounding historic district, not including the State’s property. The original RFQ was a culmination of the Alamo Plaza Advisory Committee’s work over eight months. Through the partnership announced Friday, April 10, the City and State are reissuing a new version of December’s RFQ amended to include the State-owned Alamo grounds. The plan will provide an opportunity to enhance this world-class site while respecting San Antonio’s rich cultural history.

Submittals will be received until 3 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, 2015. For solicitation details and documents, please visit:


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