Entries by Mountain Projects

Mountain Projects | Request for Proposal

RFP 2021 – WEB HOSTING AND MAINTENANCE Scope of Work Mountain Projects, Inc., Mountain Projects, Inc. is seeking proposals for a contractor to provide two years of web hosting, troubleshooting/maintenance, training and web development services as it relates to agency websites: Mountainprojects.org, SmokyMountainHousing.org, GetCoveredWNC.com, Haywoodtransit.com and others.  It is our agency’s intent to streamline technical […]

Smoky Mountain Housing Partnership | Request for Qualifications

Request for Qualifications Architectural/Engineering Services Description of Project: Mountain Projects, Inc.  located in Waynesville, NC, is soliciting proposals for Architectural/Engineering Services for a 40.5-acre purpose-built community. The building projects may include but are not limited to the following: Single-Family Housing Multi-Family Housing  Mixed Use Community Facilities  Green Space The scope of work includes but is […]

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We, Mountain Projects: Angie Gass Roberson & Cayson Tiedge

Cayson Tiedge recently won high academic honors at Sylva’s Smoky Mountain High School, including National Honors Society, New Century Scholars and 4-H Youth Leadership Council. Now he attends the University of North Carolina on full scholarship and plans to pursue a degree in Psychology. His academic path, though, started many years ago in Angie Gass […]

We, Mountain Projects: Cynthia Solesbee

We, Mountain Projects is a gallery of staff going above and beyond to serve their community. Founded as a Community Action Agency in 1965, Mountain Projects has a 140 person staff and serves the community with 21 different programs. Many staff of Mountain Projects have served the organization for decades, including Executive Director, Patsy Davis, […]

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Smoky Mountain Housing Partnership Welcomes Executive Director Heather Boyd

When Heather Boyd gave birth to her daughter, Casey, she suffered severe complications which threatened her life. She went through 11 liters of blood on the operating table, which is no small thing, given the body only holds about five. Two years later Heather and Casey are fine, but one of her takeaways from that […]