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Richard Haut’s EU tenders, 29.07.10

Richard Haut rounds up European opportunities. This week: Five leads, including the redesign of the Cross-Channel Terminal building in Calais, France, and a refurbishment project for the Karolinska Institute in Sweden

1

SeaFrance ferry

Source: SeaFrance

SeaFrance ferry

CCI Calais requires an architect for the upgrading and redesign of the hall of the Cross-Channel Terminal building in the port of Calais, France.

The project also needs a bureau-d’études, heating engineer and a co-ordinator.

The deadline for applications is 4pm on 3 September and the application language is French.


Client:

CCI Calais
24 Boulevard des Alliés - BP 199
Contact: service marchés
Attn: Marie Sumera
62104 Calais Cedex
FRANCE
Téléphone +33 321462944
Courrier électronique (e-mail): mariesumera@calais.cci.fr
Fax +33 321462930
details: Mr V. Badou
62104 Calais Cedex
FRANCE
Téléphone +33 321462888
Courrier électronique (e-mail): vincentbadou@calais.cci.fr
Fax +33 321462985
ref: 10S0026

 

2

The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden

Source: Jacob Truedson Demitz

The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden

The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, is commissioning interior architectural design services for its biomedicines faculty.

The institute is the highest ranked university for clinical medicine and pharmacy-studies in Europe. It was founded in 1810 during the Finnish war (fought between Sweden and Russia) for the training of army surgeons.

The deadline for applications is 29 August and the application language is Swedish.

Client:

Karolinska Institutet
Att: Jing Guan
SE-171 77 Stockholm
SVERIGE
E-post: Jing.Guan@ki.se
SVERIGE
Internet: https://tendsign.com/doc.aspx?ID=6488
OPIC-annons: http://www.opic.com/notice.asp?req=diprxdkx.
ref: 10039/FA

 

3

Angers' Monplaisir district

Source: POMPIERS

Angers’ Monplaisir district

The town of Angers, France, is seeking to appoint architects to a 4-year urban-architectural framework for the redevelopment of its Montplaisir district.

The area in northern Angers dates from 1962-1976 and consists mainly of public housing.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on 26 August and the application language is French.

 

Client:

Ville d’Angers
bd de la résistance et de la déportation BP 23527 Cedex 01
Attn: M. le maire
49035 Angers
FRANCE
details: Myriam Boussin
Téléphone +33 241054190
Téléphone +33 241054191
internet: http://metropole-angers.marcoweb.fr
ref: VA10MBBEMONPLAISIR

 

4

The Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

Source: Juhanson

The Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

The Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, requires an architect to design a new 4,000 m² faculty tower at its Woluwe site.

Originally founded in the 1830s following Belgium’s independence from Holland, the university split in 1968, with the Flemish-speaking part remaining on its old site (pictured), and the French-speaking part moving to Louvain-la-Neuve in 1971.

So severe was the linguistic-cultural split that the existing libraries had to be divided between the two universities. Today the Catholic University of Louvain is Belgium’s largest French-speaking university with facilities at Louvain-la-Neuve and Woluwe-Saint-Lambert.

The award procedure will commence in September 2010 and the application language is French.


Client:

Université catholique de Louvain
rue Martin V, 40 boîte 2
Contact: gestion technique du patrimoine de Woluwe
Attn: M. Jaime Barrera
1200 Bruxelles
BELGIQUE
Téléphone +32 27644452
Courrier électronique (e-mail): jaime.barrera@uclouvain.be
Fax +32 27644488
http://www.uclouvain.be
http://www.uclouvain.be/gtpw.html


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Saint Priest c. 1900

Source: Frachet

Saint Priest c. 1900

The city of Lyon, France, is on the hunt for an architect for the redevelopment of the place Salengro’ in Saint Priest.

The project includes the redevelopment of the place Salengro as a centre of town-life, and the design of an open-air market and market-hall, to act both as an access to the town and as a link between different districts.

The market has 45 food-stallholders, and 58 non-food-stallholders. The scheme also aims to reorganise circulation and parking in the retail area on rue Henri Maréchal increasing accessibility and usability and creating agreeable public spaces for meeting and social use.

The deadline for applications is 4pm on 13 September and the application language is French.

 

Client:

Communauté urbaine de Lyon
20 rue du Lac, BP 3103
Contact: DGDU DFA CAP secteur Est
Attn: monsieur le vice président chargé de la politique de la ville et de la cohésion sociale
69399 Lyon Cedex 03
FRANCE
Fax +33 426993049
http://marches.grandlyon.com
details: Frédérique Tillier
Fax +33 426993049
Attn: Mme Deshenry
Fax +33 426993049
ref: 10CO140

 


Competition news

Miroir Place de la Bourse in Bordeaux, France

Source: Moi-meme

Miroir Place de la Bourse in Bordeaux, France

 

The Bordeaux area authority has announced that 5 teams have been selected to enter into a competitive dialogue for the provision of 50,000 new residential units in the region.

The selected firms are AUC (Djamel Klouche) with a team which includes Arup, Alexandre Chemetoff, Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal - in association with F. Druot and C. Hutin, OMA - Rem Koolhaas, and 51N4E (Peter Swinnen).

The 5 teams are to be invited to propose a global strategy and to detail their visions ‘par des zooms’ for target communities within the area.

 

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