Uradni list

Številka 118
Uradni list RS, št. 118/2007 z dne 21. 12. 2007
Uradni list

Uradni list RS, št. 118/2007 z dne 21. 12. 2007

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Ob-34903/07 , Stran 7998
Offering parties: Municipality of Gornja Radgona Partizanska cesta 13 9250 Gornja Radgona Slovenia, Municipality of Bad Radkersburg Hauptplatz 1 8490 Bad Radkersburg Austria. Ordering party realisation part (phase 1): Bad Radkersburg Beteiligungsgesellschaft m.b.H. on behalf of the Municipality of Bad Radkersburg Hauptplatz 1 8490 Bad Radkersburg Austria. Organisation of the competition: freiland Umweltconsulting ZT GmbH Liechtensteinstraße 63/19 1090 Vienna Austria Website: http://competition.freiland.at Contact person: Dipl. Ing. Agnes Feigl. Occasion / aim Bad Radkersburg and Gornja Radgona are two autonomous towns nowadays. Until World War I they have been one common urban organism. However, since then they had to go separate ways due to the political circumstances (Austria – Yugoslavia / Slovenia). In a united Europe there is now the chance to intensively foster the common interests of the towns and their further development. As a – at least from the point of view of planning – reunited town, Bad Radkersburg / Gornja Radgona might be presented as an outstanding example for a new, creative and multi-cultural Europe which overcomes borders. With the implementation of the bilateral competition, Bad Radkersburg and Gornja Radgona hope to get new inspiration for city and open space development. Both towns aim at strengthening the new quality of the cooperation and thus also the common location which they would not be able to improve as effectively on their own. Bad Radkersburg focuses on the planning of open space, whereas Gornja Radgona focuses more on city planning. The task is divided into two parts according to the design accuracy for which separated prices will be awarded. As a basis, the competition contents are linked very closely both on the Austrian and the Slovenian side and they also have to be dealt with in common. Subject of the competition The subject of the competition is the realisation of concepts for city and open space planning in order to connect the border towns of Bad Radkersburg, Austria, and Gornja Radgona, Slovenia on a scale of 1:5000 and 1:1000. The realisation part (phase 1) comprises the design of selected open spaces in Bad Radkersburg. Nature of the procedure Throughout the whole EU public, one-level city and open space planning competition, combined idea and realisation competition in the upper value range with subsequent negotiating process according to BVergG [Austrian Federal Procurement Act] 2006 for the realisation part (phase 1) in Bad Radkersburg. It is binding to create joint ventures with architects / town planners and landscape planners / landscape architects. Language of the competition The language of the competition is English. Laws and general planning regulations are available in the internet in the respective national language (German, Slovenian). Registration and documents for the competition From 10 January 2008 via the project homepage http://competition.freiland.at Summary of the events Announcement: 21 December 2007 Distribution of the documents for the competition: 10 January 2008 Processing period: 10 January – 26 March 2008, 5 p.m. On site inspection / colloquium: 25 January 2008, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Written enquiries until: 8 February 2008 Answering of the questions until: 29 February 2008 Preliminary check: 27 March – 14 April 2008 Jury: 17 / 18 / (19) April 2008 Negotiation: 7 May 2008 Exhibition of the competition works: June 2008 Eligibility Nationals of a contracting party of the agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) who are entitled to work as a self-employed landscape planner, landscape architect, town planner or architect in one of the EEA-member state. Natural persons who are nationals of a contracting party of the agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) as well as Switzerland and are authorized to independently plan the subject of competition in the home country of the participant. Legal persons provided that their statutory business purpose is aimed at planning services which correspond to the competition task and provided that one of the managing directors being entitled to represent resp. the author of the competition work fulfils the requirements made on natural persons. The participants themselves are responsible for checking their eligibility. The registration as participant does definitely not require an aptitude test. The confirmation of the authority has to be enclosed in the form. Jury The jury consists of Austrian, Slovenian and one Dutch judge. Four representatives of the offering parties, three architects, two landscape planners, all in all nine jurors with the right to vote as well as their representatives and advisors without the right to vote. Total amount of awards The total amount of awards is € 41,200.00 without VAT. The pre-draft for the realisation part (phase 1) is not covered with the award. Proposed criteria for evaluation Criteria relating to the concept Criteria relating to the planning of towns Criteria relating to the planning of open space Criteria relating to economics Criteria relating to ecology Notice of Intention / Assignment For the realisation part (phase 1), a negotiation procedure will take place with the winner at the end of the competition procedure or with the winners if 1st prize has been awarded to more than one person. The awarding body is Bad Radkersburg Beteiligungsgesellschaft m.b.H. commissioned by the Bad Radkersburg municipality. The Bad Radkersburg municipality intends to include the winner of the higher-level concept (1:5000) in the creation of the local development concept (urban development plan). Gornja Radgona municipality intends to enter into negotiations with the winners (1:5000 and 1:1000) at a later point in time in accordance with Slovenian law for the planning services of another realisation phase: – The Gornja Radgona municipality intends to include the winner of the higher-level concept (1:5000) in the creation of the urban development plan. – The Gornja Radgona municipality intends to include the winner of the central planning space (1:1000; Castle hill and Old Town) in the creation of the detailed municipality layout plan (OPPN).