Applications for participation in the competition can be submitted until 31 July

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published: 22. 6. 2020

The Submission deadline for applications for participation in the competition is 31 July. In August, the jury will select 6 competition teams and invite them to submit proposals in the 1st round of the competition.

Submission of the application for participation


The participant shall request participation from the Contraction Authority by submitting an application using the E-ZAK electronic tool by 31 July 2020.

In this system, the competition is published at the address:
https://zakazky.pku.cz/contract_display_193.html?lang=en

Anyone interested in participating must be registered in this system in order to apply for participation. We therefore appeal to all those interested in participating who have not yet registered not to underestimate this step and to register sufficiently in advance.
In case of problems with registration in the E-ZAK system, please contact their Customer Support via phone: +420 538 702 719, or email: podpora@ezak.cz


Contents of the application for participation


The following documents shall be attached to the application:

  • a) Identification of the Competition participant using the PF1 template, which is part of the competition documentation
  • b) a statutory declaration proving fulfilment of the conditions listed in Section 5.1 using the PF2 template, which is part of competition documentation,
  • c) a statutory declaration proving the composition of the competition team according to the requirements listed in Section 5.2 and recommendations listed in Section 5.3, and a settlement of copyrights to the proposal within the competition team according to PF3 template, which is part of the competition documentation, which shall be accompanied by confirmations of authorisation of the competition team members issued by the respective Chamber in the form of a simple copy of documents (according to the requirements of Section 5.2), and confirmations of higher education of the competition team members in the form of a simple copy of documents or via an attached chronological CV proving achieved experience (according to the recommendations in Section 5.3),
  • d) a portfolio of reference works

Portfolio of reference works


The portfolio shall present at least 2 reference projects of high urban and landscape design quality, which are related to the scope of the competition, such as:
  • spatial or development concepts for areas affected by mining or industry,
  • brownfield conversion strategies,
  • spatial concepts for areas with potential for tourism development,
  • spatial concepts for suburban natural areas and parks,
  • other planning, urban design or development concept plans related to the scope of the competition.

The recommended minimum area of sites in reference projects is 5 sq. km.
The portfolio shall also contain at least 2 reference projects of architectural, landscaping, and artistic quality related to the scope of the competition, for instance:

  • projects of landscape interventions,
  • projects of architectural interventions in the landscape or in urban areas,
  • artistic interventions in the public space,
  • or other interventions in the public space related to the scope of the competition.

The following information shall be stated for each reference project:

  • project author,
  • project location,
  • year of project completion,
  • price of project completion or implementation, incl. VAT,
  • current status of the project (on site, approved as planning documentation, or non-statutory planning materials, etc.),
  • contact information of the investor or the contracting authority,
  • brief annotation describing the project,
  • description of the professional approach in carrying out the project and how would the applicant apply this professional approach in the competition proposal design, or when working on potential subsequent contracts of the Lake Milada competition.

The portfolio of reference works shall be presented in A3 format, with a maximum length of 30 pages, and submitted in the .pdf format with texts in both in both Czech and English.


modified: 24. 6. 2020
 
 
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