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Richard Haut’s EU tenders, 09.09.10

Richard Haut rounds up European opportunities. This week: Four leads, including the modernisation of the education and technology centre in Berlin, Germany, and consulting services for the redevelopment of Chaussée Puiseux in Cergy, France

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Cergy in France

Source: Axe majeur

Cergy in France

The French ZAC (zone d’aménagement concerté) is an urban priority area which encourages urban redevelopment with cooperation between the public and private sectors to provide a thorough uplift for the area.

The Cergy-Pontoise redevelopment organisation is seeking consulting services for the redevelopment of the ZAC Chaussée Puiseux in Cergy.

Consulting services required include urban-architectural, landscape and durable development - environmental quality as well as infrastructure.

The project has a budget of 10 million Euros and the application date is 4pm on 1 October. The application language is French.

Client:

SPLA Cergy-Pontoise Aménagement
Immeuble le Verger, rue de la Gare
Attn: le directeur
95000 Cergy
FRANCE
Téléphone +33 134201970
Fax +33 134201989
details: Téléphone +33 134201974
Fax +33 134201989
ref: spla2010


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Dijon in France, aerial

Source: David Monniaux

Dijon in France, aerial

The Dijon redevelopment authority, France, is seeking urban design and environmental services for the design and implementation of urban project for the ZAC de l’Arsenal.

The application date is 4pm on 14 October, and the application date is French.

Client:

Splaad société publique locale d’aménagement de l’agglomération dijonnaise
8 avenue Jean Bertin, CS 77418
Contact: Aude Galliano
21074 Dijon Cedex
FRANCE
Téléphone +33 380721871
Courrier électronique (e-mail): agalliano@eplaad.com
Fax +33 380722347
http://www.semaad.com


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Nurse and geriatric patient

Source: I Craig

Nurse and geriatric patient

The specialist geriatric hospital run by the Lutherstift in Frankfurt-an-der-Oder, Germany, is seeking architectural services for a new 72-bed geriatric facility which will include medical and care facilities and a day-hospital.

The existing hospital buildings are listed and date from 1890 and 1897. The application date is 30 September the application language is German.

Client:

Lutherstift gGmbH, Fachkrankenhaus Geriatrie
Heinrich-Hildebrand-Straße 22
Kontakt: Müller-Wrede & Partner Rechtsanwälte
z. H. Rechtsanwalt Malte Müller-Wrede
15232 Frankfurt/Oder
DEUTSCHLAND
Tel. +49 30399250-0
E-Mail: lutherstift@mwp-berlin.de
Fax +49 30399250-17
http://www.lutherstiftung.de
details: Müller-Wrede & Partner Rechtsanwälte
Leibnizstraße 53
z. H. Rechtsanwalt Malte Müller-Wrede
10629 Berlin
DEUTSCHLAND
Tel. +49 30399250-0
E-Mail: lutherstift@mwp-berlin.de
Fax +49 30399250-17


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Stamp commemorating 100 years of the Handwerkskammer (education and technology centre) in Berlin, Germany

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Stamp commemorating 100 years of the Handwerkskammer (education and technology centre) in Berlin, Germany

The Berlin trade chamber is seeking architectural services for the modernisation of its education and technology centre in Berlin.

The 7-storey building, which dates from 1959 with further areas dating from 1989, has an overall area of 10,000m².

The building features educational facilities, workshops, offices, a meeting-hall, cafeteria, canteen and kitchens.

The budget is 4 million Euros. The application date is 12pm on 30 September and the application language is German.

Client:

Bildungs- und Technologiezentrum der Handwerkskammer Berlin (BTZ)
Mehringdamm 14
Kontakt: Bildungs- und Technologiezentrum der Handwerkskammer Berlin (BTZ)
z. H. Uwe-Jens Merbeth
10961 Berlin
DEUTSCHLAND
Tel. +49 3025903422
E-Mail: merbeth@hwk-berlin.de
Fax +49 3025903478
www.hwk-berlin.de


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Vintage postcard of the Grasse funicular railway, France

Vintage postcard of the Grasse funicular railway, France


From the railway station in the town of Grasse, above Cannes, France, there is an awkward climb to reach the town centre. From the late 19th Century there was a funicular railway which was eventually closed in 1938.

The project for a new funicular railway, 570 metres long and rising 110 metres, has been won by local Grasse architect Pierre Lorin with DV Construction, part of the Bouygues Construction group.

The 30 million Euros project includes 4 stations, footbridges and a 300 metre main viaduct. Each of the stations will be architecturally distinct and the lower part of the funicular will have access to the multimodal transport interchange currently under construction.

Work is due to start before the end of next year and the railway is to open in late 2013.


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