The City of Memphis is seeking proposals from interested and qualified professionals to develop a master plan for the area around the Memphis International airport referred to as the Memphis Aerotropolis, Airport City. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the City of Memphis Division of Planning and Development have partnered through the FY 2010 HUD Community Challenge Grants Program to fund a Master Plan for the Memphis Aerotropolis Airport City area. The Memphis Aerotropolis can be described as the airport-integrated urban land form where the impact and development attraction of the airport extends out as far as 25 miles. The area directly around the airport and most impacted by the airport and the 50 square mile study area has been named Airport City. The Airport City study area is the main focus of this RFP. Successful candidates should be able to demonstrate experience in providing a well thought out urban design schemes that compliment the Memphis' unified development code. A successful firm is expected to be able to provide practical and feasible designs for a variety of land uses surrounding the Memphis International Airport, and implementation strategies in the redevelopment of Airport City. The successful firm should have experience in developing designs and concepts as it relates to the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning. The successful candidate will be selected and invited to enter into a contractual relationship with the City of Memphis. The contract will be for a term ranging from six (6) to nine (9) months.