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Belgium-Bruxelles: Real estate complex for the European Commission in Brussels — Project Loi 130
Design contest notice
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Main address: http://ec.europa.eu
Address of the buyer profile: http://ec.europa.eu/oib/procurement_fr.htm
Section II: Object
Real estate complex for the European Commission in Brussels — Project Loi 130
The European Commission is organizing an international restricted interdisciplinary architectural competition in two phases for the construction of a building complex "Project Loi 130" in Brussels. The competition is open to applicants providing the key competences (architecture, landscape architecture, building services engineering and structural engineering).
The project is located in the "European Quarter" in Brussels. The site has an approximate size of 24 000 m2. The goal of the project competition is to redevelop the site into an efficient building complex for the European Commission with an approximate gross floor area above ground between 175 000 – 190 000 m2. The mixed use complex should provide office space for at least 5.250 employees, conference facilities, two childcare centers, the Commission´s visitor center, retail facilities, a car park and a new entrance to the Maelbeek subway station.
Further information can be found in the competition regulations and its annexes.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The applicants must provide all the documents and information detailed within Annex 3 of the competition regulations "Checklist of Documents to be completed and submitted", including a duly filled in and signed "Declaration on honor on exclusion criteria and selection criteria" and information about the applicant. The applicants must provide upon request and within the time limit set by the Commission the supporting documents confirming their declaration on honor.
Further information on the selection of the candidates can also be found in the competition regulations, point 3.
Section IV: Procedure
For further information on the criteria for the evaluation of projects, please refer to the competition regulations, point 4.
There are 3 prizes foreseen with a total value of 300 000 EUR, as follows:
1st prize: 120 000 EUR
2nd prize: 100 000 EUR
3rd prize: 80 000 EUR
For the candidates selected to the competition, there are 300 000 EUR designated for honoraria in phase 1 of the competition, and 300 000 EUR for honoraria in phase 2. For further details, please refer to point 5 of the competition regulations.
Section VI: Complementary information
1) The competition regulations and annexes (including the questions and answers) are available at: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=3021 We invite the interested parties to register on this website. The website will be updated regularly and it is the responsibility of the applicants to check the updates and modifications made during the period for the submission of requests to participate.
2) Time schedule:
A detailed time schedule can be found in the competition regulations, point 8.
3) Further information on the architectural competition can be found on http://www.ec.europa.eu/loi130-competition
4) Before the distribution of the competition brief, changes and/or modifications may apply to dates and jury members.
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu
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