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Norway-Strømmen: Architectural and related services
Design contest notice
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
National Log Driving Museum and Competence Centre for Wetlands — Submission portal/RFT
The National Log Driving Museum and Competence Centre for Wetlands will be Norway's leading destination and competence centre for the culture and nature heritage where we communicate the industry, log driving and wetlands history. The new museum shall be located in northern Europe's largest inland delta, south of the Fetsund lences — at the riparian zone of Glomma. The lot is near the river and is relatively flat and has an approx. 400 m shoreline facing the river Glomma. A vegetation belt in the border to the south naturally shields the housing further south. The new museum will be a National Log driving Museum and a leading centre for research, documentation, management and communication of knowledge of the local, regional, national and international history of the log driving and the intellectual property history thereof, raise awareness on how valuable wetlands are, both as a habitat for plants and animals, and as an important natural resource for humans. The culture landscape is a part of our natural heritage and must be protected.
Section IV: Procedure
The evaluation criteria of the jury are given in the attached tender programme.
Number of prizes and their respective values: The jury has a combined amount of NOK 1 500 000 at its disposal, which can distributed in accordance with its assessment of the competition winner(s), for awarded and any purchased drafts. The jury can also award ‘honoured drafts’ to architects. However, these drafts are not subject to monetary awards.
Section VI: Complementary information