NASM seeks Contract Conservation Professional – 140 hours

Posted on May 18, 2016

IMG_9400The Smithsonian Institution has a requirement for the services of a conservation professional to perform artifact condition assessments, documentation, triage treatments and treatment reports for artifacts at the National Air and Space Museum.  The award(s) will be for approximately 140 hours of labor (the actual contracted amount of hours will be determined by a variety of factors including the quoted hourly rate).  Work must be completed by 12/31/2016.  All work will be performed in the Emil Buehler Conservation Laboratory at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia.  Additional information about this project, including the “Request for Quote” and “Statement of Work” documents can be requested by contacting Lisa Young (  Responses from interested parties, based on the “Request for Quote” document and the “Statement of Work”, will be due May 31st, 2016