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Germany-Karlsruhe: Architectural and related services
Design contest notice
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Main address: www.enbw.com
Address of the buyer profile: www.c4c-berlin.de/sta
Main address: http://www.c4c-berlin.de
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.c4c-berlin.de/sta
Section II: Object
A Fair bit of Stuttgart. The New Stöckach. Urban Redevelopment of the Hackstraße/Stöckachstraße Quarter (EnBW site) in Stuttgart East with the Detailed Development of a Subarea
EnBW and Stuttgart: an established relationship rooted in industrial modernity. Both partners have undergone rapid change in recent years. Industry 4.0, influx and growth, digitization, and the energy transition are only some of the change drivers that both the city and company must confront. It is time for this relationship to enter a new phase!
A unique opportunity has now opened here. The changes to the company are reflected not only in the strategic changes to its business segments, in its sites, vehicle fleets and in the heads of its employees. They have a very tangible impact on the continued development of EnBw’s sites in the city — and therefore also in Stöckach. The 4,25 ha. space will no longer be required as plant grounds in the future and is to be developed into an urban district — a quality area of Stuttgart that will act as a part of the city as a whole, while also providing an outstanding example to urban regions well beyond Stuttgart.
In this way, the city and the company can open a new chapter in their collaboration together, while growing together and learning from each other: the city’s development, and the people living there, are bound to benefit from the up to 800 apartments being built. This accommodation is urgently needed and will be in a very central location with excellent transport links. This project will also allow EnBW to boost its profile for the development of complex urban infrastructure and continue its transition from an energy company into an infrastructural partner. However, the site will not only be used for residential accommodation. It is set to change from being a place of work for 1 000 people to become an integrated quarter where people can live together, make their home, work together in businesses large and small, share a common space, laugh and have fun: a positive urban development in Stöckach, with a neighbourhood feel!
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Entitled to participate in the competition are teams comprised of architects and/or urban planners together with landscape architects.
Section IV: Procedure
Quality of urban planning:
— overall structural concept/quality of urban planning concept,
— insertion into the urban-spatial setting,
— spatial quality of private and public open spaces,
— address and identity formation,
— design and impact of building structures (e.g. arrangement and positioning of building mass),
— distribution and assignment of building and spatial functions,
— transport infrastructure, thoroughfare concept,
— sustainability of urban development,
— ecological aspects of urban design,
Quality of use:
— expected quality of use of the housing,
— expected quality of use of the non-residential units,
— compliance with the space and area programme (floor area and number of apartments),
— usage flexibility of buildings, ground floor configuration.
For the quarter subarea with detailed development:
— design idea,
— quality of architecture, building design,
— quality of open spaces, division of spaces,
— quality of layouts/layout structure,
— functionality of external and internal circulation of the buildings,
— expense and appropriateness of construction, materials, building technology,
— cost-effectiveness in construction process and operation,
— sustainability, building and energy concept, ecological aspects (e.g. roof/facade greening, rainwater management concept).
As part of the procedure, prize money and recognition fees totalling 350 000 EUR plus value-added tax will be awarded. 110 000 EUR of this amount be will awarded in the form of prizes and recognition fees and 240 000 EUR in the form of fees for participants of the second phase.
The winners will be chosen from the group of second-phase participants. The following prize amounts are envisaged:
— 1st prize: 40 000 EUR,
— 2nd Prize: 30 000 EUR,
— 3rd prize: 20 000 EUR,
— recognition fees: 20 000 EUR.
Plus value-added tax in each case.
An amount of 240 000 EUR in fees will also be equally divided amongst the participants of the second phase, regardless of the prize amounts awarded. If there are, for instance, 12 participants, this would mean that each of these participants would receive in addition a flat-fee of at least 20 000 EUR.
Section VI: Complementary information
— release of competition brief documents: Friday, 28.6.2019,
— deadline for questions: Friday, 12.7.2019,
— participant colloquium: Monday, 15.7.2019,
— submission of first phase entries: Friday, 23.8.2019,
— deadline to submit model for first phase: Friday, 30.8.2019,
— first jury session: Monday, 16.9.2019,
— participant colloquium: Wednesday, 25.9.2019,
— deadline for questions: Wednesday, 2.10.2019,
— submission of second phase entries: Friday, 15.11.2019,
— deadline to submit model for second phase: Friday, 22.11.2019,
— second jury session: Friday, 6.12.2019.