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Richard Haut’s EU tenders, 23.09.10  

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Richard Haut rounds up European opportunities. This week: Four leads, including a fire station for Os, Norway, and a listed buildings project in Metz, France


1920s travel poster

Source: A. Marzi Roma for ENIT

1920s travel poster

The services authority in the Dolomite skiing resort of Cortina D’Ampezzo is seeking consulting services for the revitalization of the piazza Largo Poste and a new underground car park beneath the square. Cortina came to prominence when it hosted the 1956 Winter Olympic Games which replaced the cancelled 1944 Winter Olympics.

Cortina was the main location used in the 1963 film The Pink Panther and Roger Moore’s skiing scenes in the 1981 James Bond film For Your Eyes Only.

The application deadline is 6pm on 5 November and the application language is Italian.


Servizi Ampezzo unipersonale SRL
via Sacus, 4
All’attenzione sig. Marco Siorpaes
32043 Cortina d’Ampezzo
Telefono +39 04364571
Posta elettronica: contabilita@serviziampezzo.it
Fax +39 0436879791


Drammensfjord, Norway

Source: Kjetil Lenes

Drammensfjord, Norway

The fjord town of Lierstranda, immediately to the east of Drammen along Drammensfjord, is seeking consultants to prepare a plan for its redevelopment.

The plan will function as a future model and input for ongoing municipal planning and further planning works, demonstrating options for development of Lierstranda as a sustainable and attractive urban area with high living qualities.

The plan should also emphasise good environmental qualities, low greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficiency. The area is approximately 1000m².

The application deadline is 3pm on 19 October and the application languages are Danish, Swedish or Norwegian.


Eidos Eiendomsutvikling AS (Tidligere Lier Industriterminal AS)
postboks 2394, Strømsø
Attn: Runar Kristiansen
3003 Drammen
E-mail: runar@lias.no
details: Civitas AS
Grubbegata 14
Attn: Ellen Haug
0179 Oslo
E-mail: ellen.haug@civitas.no


Old fire engines at the Oslo Fire Brigade Museum

Source: C. Hill

Old fire engines at the Oslo Fire Brigade Museum

The local authority of Os, a rapidly-growing town near Bergen, is seeking a design team for a new fire-station.

The application deadline is 15 October and the application language is Norwegian.


Os kommune (Hordaland)
Postboks 84
Contact: Rådmannens stab
Attn: Christian Moe
5202 Os
Tel. +47 56575000
E-mail: innkjop@os-ho.kommune.no
Fax +47 56575001
details: Rambøll Norge AS
Postboks 3705 Fyllingsdalen
Attn: Tom Arne Olsen
5845 Bergen
Tel. +47 55175800
E-mail: tom.arne.olsen@ramboll.no
ref: 10/986


Metz, France

Source: TCY

Metz, France

The town of Metz is seeking architectural services for works to listed buildings within the town.

The work is divided into 3 Lots, covering care and repairs, restoration, upgrading and modifications, and modifications which primarily involve new works.

The application deadline is 12pm on 26 October and the application language is French.


Ville de Metz
3 place de la Comédie
Attn: service patrimoine culturel
57000 Metz
Téléphone +33 387555283
Courrier électronique (e-mail): patrimoineculturel@mairie-metz.fr
Fax +33 387555919
details: Téléphone +33 387555212
Courrier électronique (e-mail): patrimoineculturel@mairie-metz.fr
Fax +33 387555919
ref: CS10-1234-AOO


Lalique altar-piece in the Glass Church, Jersey

Source: Man vyi

Lalique altar-piece in the Glass Church, Jersey

Heritage Open Days also happen in France and on the weekend of 18 to 19 September this year the little town of Wingen-sur-Moder at the boundary between Alsace and Lorraine gave a somewhat unusual opportunity for glass enthusiasts.

It was in 1921 that a glassworks was started in Wingen-sur-Moder by René Lalique. The original idea for a museum to house the permanent Lalique collection had to be abandoned, but with help from around the world, including the United Arab Emirates, Israel, the USA and Switzerland, and together with the Reserve Collection from the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris, it was agreed that the old factory and workshops would become a museum.

Restoration and re-use of the former glassworks, together with new additions, resulted in a 3,500m² project with a budget of 11 million Euros. The architect is Jean-Michel Willmotte and the new museum is due to open next spring.

The construction site was opened to the public for Heritage Day providing a delight for those lucky enough to be able to visit.

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