CAP Issues RFP for 2012 Annual Report
Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) was established in 1941 as the Central Atlanta Improvement Association. In its earliest days, the civic organization championed many initiatives now essential to Atlanta, including the Downtown freeway system and the Ponce de Leon Avenue/North Avenue corridor. In 1967, the Central Atlanta Improvement Association and the Uptown Association merged to form Central Atlanta Progress, Inc. In preparation for the 1996 Olympic Games, CAP formed the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID) in 1995 as a public-private partnership to maintain a livable and vibrant Downtown Atlanta.
Together, CAP and ADID work to maintain Downtown as the heart of the Atlanta region – a vibrant community with strong leadership and sustainable infrastructure that is safe, livable, diverse, economically viable and entertaining.
In 2011, CAP continued its legacy of civic leadership through investment and involvement in infrastructure projects including the Atlanta Streetcar, the Multi-Modal Passenger Terminal (MMPT) project, the I-75/85 Connector Transformation Project, the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge and much more.
CAP is seeking the services of one or more graphic design firm(s) to develop
Download RFP here