ACAC Seeks Qualifications for Construction Management and Construction Services for Renovation Project

The Adams County Arts Council (ACAC) is inviting qualified firms to submit their qualifications for Construction Management and Construction Services for an upcoming renovation project at 125 S Washington St, Gettysburg, PA 17325. The Request for Qualifications/Request for Proposal (RFQ/RFP) aims to gather comprehensive qualifications from firms with experience in similar scope and pricing, particularly in Pre-Construction services during the design phase.

ACAC is looking for a collaborative partnership with a contractor who can assist in budget pricing, provide market volatility feedback, offer guidance on façade system selection, and maximize the utilization of pre-established funding. The selected firm will play a crucial role in maintaining the project’s budget, ensuring material availability, and utilizing grant funding in a timely manner. The goal is to optimize every dollar spent on façade corrections and additional work within the facility using the available funding.

To facilitate early collaboration, ACAC plans to work closely with Warehaus Architects of York, PA. This partnership will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the project, allowing for seamless coordination between the architectural design and construction phases.

Interested firms are encouraged to contact Lori McCullough at 717-334-5006 or email [email protected] to request a project summary, timeline, and submission requirements. An information session will be conducted on July 12th at 9:30 am. RSVPs are requested. 


ACAC looks forward to receiving comprehensive qualifications from firms experienced in projects of similar scope and pricing. The successful firm will have the opportunity to contribute to a significant renovation project that will enhance the arts community and cultural experience in Gettysburg.

Contact: Name: Lori McCullough Phone: 717-334-5006 Email: [email protected] 


The mission of the Adams County Arts Council is to cultivate an arts-rich community.