Options For Project Management


Option One:  A full-time Project Manager assigned to the Historic Landmarks Commission.  

This was the nature of a position that was created in 1999 due to a large influx of money into the Revolving Fund.  That position has evolved into a position that performs a majority of projects that are not HLC projects. This option would reinstate the position. 

Project Manager would manage HLC projects, advise owners of historic landmarks, and assist with design review.

Option Two:  Consultants to coordinate Project Management with the County.

The HLC will have a Project Management Consultant Account.  When necessary, a Consultant would be hired to coordinate project management with the County AFM Department.  AFM would be directly responsible for all legally mandated aspects of Project Management.

Option Three:  HLC Volunteers to coordinate Project Management with the County.

When necessary and possible, HLC Volunteers will coordinate project management with the County AFM Department.  AFM would be directly responsbile for all legally mandated aspects of Project Management.

The County has asked the Commission to identify projects that it might undertake to justify the need for Project Management.  Click Here For The List.




 
Dr. Dan L. Morrill
139 Middleton Drive
Charlotte, N.C. 28207
 
danmorrill2@gmail.com
 
704-574-3861
 
 
R. J. Reynolds High School - 1956
Wake Forest University - 1960 (B.A.)
Emory University -  1961 (M.A.)
Emory University - 1966  (Ph.D.)
 
Professor Emeritus of History UNCC
Director, Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
                  Historic Landmarks
                  Commission