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Call for Submissions: Convergence Center For Engineering and Applied Science International Design Competition

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欧盟TUMO工程与应用科学会议中心是一座多功能园区,其中集结了学术与工业设施,将当地学生、研究者、技术人员,以及全球各行先驱整合起来,促进创新与创业。这座会议中心项目包含一系列的设施,面积约为25000平方米。项目场地位于亚美尼亚耶烈万Hrazdan峡谷,面积为15000平方米。项目的大致预算约为2500万欧元,包含一座开放平台和活力社区,其中集合了学术与培训设施、办公与会议场所,另外还有诸如咖啡厅、餐厅、体育馆、日托中心等附属功能。

该项目的主要内容是对课外学习场所TUMO创意技术中心进行扩建,每个星期大约有15000名学生来此学习。场地位于TUMO大楼旁侧,其中包含有TUMO中心、跨国及新兴创新技术公司。


评审团

Hashim Sarkis,MIT建筑规划学院院长、,2020年威尼斯建筑双年展策展人、Hashim Sarkis工作室的主要负责人。曾获得罗德岛设计学院和哈佛大学建筑学位,并出版了关于建筑理论的著作。

Marie Lou Papazian,TUMO创意技术中心首席执行官、原教育发展基金会负责人。她曾获哥伦比亚大学计算机教育学位,并且曾受工程师认证培训,同时在纽约进行主要建筑项目的施工管理。

Raffi Krikorian, 原Twitter副总裁、Uber先进技术中心的工程负责人,主要负责自动驾驶汽车等相关方面,另外,他还是国家民主委员会的主要技术人员。他目前是Emmerson Collective的管理人员、TUMO创意技术中心的董事会成员。

Jean-Marc Lavest,亚美尼亚法国大学创始人,他对校园进行了扩建,并且创办了计算机科学与数学专业。他还在多个教育机构担任领导,同时拥有工程、机械视觉、机器人专业的学位。

Soh Yeong Roh,Nabi艺术中心创始人,这是韩国首尔的一座新媒体艺术发展机构,专注于机器人、人工智能、概念艺术的发展。她曾获斯坦福大学的教育学位和韩国延世大学的媒体传播学位。


竞赛信息

本次竞赛分为两个阶段。
阶段一:信息的提交与审核。
阶段二:场地参观,以及为期2天的竞赛。


奖金

在竞赛第二阶段坊中,入围的每个参赛团队会获得20000欧元的奖金。获奖团队会受邀进行整个项目的开发设计,其中包括概念设计到后期的施工监督等工作,届时的各项费用将由获奖团队与TUMO协商沟通确定。2日工作坊的2人差旅费由TUMO负责。竞赛的第一阶段无奖金。


主要建筑特征

项目需要有一定的可扩建性、公共空间、公众可达性,另外还需要考虑建筑密度、绿化、未来发展等问题。

建筑密度:满足平衡的同时,减少建筑密度

项目需要有一定的可扩建性、公共空间、公众可达性,另外还需要考虑建筑密度、绿化、未来发展等问题。

绿化:实现丰富的绿色环境

耶烈万当地气候干燥,夏季炎热,但城市绿化却相对较少。TUMO广场连接着TUMO大楼、会议中心场地,以及Tumanyan公园,这里仍然是大部分的硬质景观,植物稀少。因此,在这个项目中,主办方希望场地能有足够绿色植物。

未来导向设计:可持续的宜居环境

主办方希望会议中心所呈现的不仅仅是现代教育与专业环境,还能表现出舒适和宜居的环境特征。无论建筑形式如何,它都需要构成明确的形态特征,表达创新的概念。

会议中心由欧盟与TUMO共同赞助,并且亚美尼亚的法国大学也参与其中。整个项目是个开放平台,促进了学习与创业的发展,同时也构成了自给自足的金融体系,因为这座建筑可以将办公室、会议室、零售区域进行对外租赁,回收成本,从而为当地学生和年轻专业人士进行免费的服务。

项目的两点追求:

1、为学生与年轻专业人士提供工程与应用科学领域的前端教育,让他们对未来的发展更具竞争力。
2、为新兴企业、高校、工业发展提供广阔的平台,从而在各个专业中构成一定的联系,做到合作与资源共享。

实施策略:

1、全球领先技术领域的应用教育体系
2、创造具有活力的社区环境,构成发展体系
3、与当地社区构成资源贡献

会议中心园区的主要功能如下:

TUMO实验室

TUMO实验室会为欧盟TUMO会议中心提供非正式教育服务设施,提供TUMO创意技术中心的核心技术。该空间会成为现实教育项目的助力器,孕育新兴企业。学生与年轻专业人士如果想要加入TUMO实验室项目,必须先先参加在线课程,相关人员会通过这些课程进行筛选,然后确定最符合要求与标准的参与者。

共享小屋

会议中心中设置了共享小屋,所有的与会者和周边社区人员都能够使用到实验设备与设施。机构成员能够在共享小屋共享资源,小屋中配备有相应的设备,这些设备来源于各方捐赠。机构成员同样也能使用各项多功能设施,而这个共享小屋的规模会不断扩大,同时结合TUMO实验室和42编码训练营。

42编码训练营

42学校是巴黎的创新编码学校,目前该学校正在建立国际网络,并且构成当地的功能区块。42学校类似于TUMO,主要以项目为基础而进行学习。各项评估与游戏化设施能够支持一系列高效的学习模式。每年大约有150名学生参与到会议中心的42个项目之中。

亚美尼亚法国大学

亚美尼亚法国大学受国际认可,自2000年成立以来,这座大学一直都是当地领先的教育机构。UFAR为了进一步发展教育设施,因此将其与会议中心相整合,并新增诸如数学与计算机科学等专业。

会议设施

会议中心包含有会议空间,当前亚美尼亚对于此类空间的需求日益增长。这些空间主要用于教育与商业活动。

办公室

办公空间可以对外出租,进行相关活动的举办。而办公空间同样也能用于新兴企业以及合作组织。

零售空间

会议中心包含有许多实体空间,这会触发人们对于服务设施的需求,其中包括咖啡厅、健身房、打印店、日托中心、餐厅等等。会议中心现有的零售设施构成了重要的社区影响,这些影响对于活力生态体系、邻里环境等因素都至关重要,同时还能够促进与提升与会者之间的互动。


竞赛信息
   
本次竞赛分为两个阶段。

阶段一:信息的提交与审核。
阶段二:场地参观,以及为期2天的竞赛。

主办方会根据阶段一的预审资质来进行筛选,最终选出3个参赛团队,然后这三个参赛团队会进行为期两天的设计竞赛,团队成员需要进行现场勘查,和客户团队与评审人员共同参与设计流程。然后最终的获奖团队会从这三个团队中选出,并且签订最终的设计合同。获奖团队需要进行项目的设计构思,并且和TUMO机械团队合作进行设计开发,完成施工文件的绘制以及诸如结构、机械、电气、管道设施等后续工作,最后对项目的施工进行监督。


主办方信息

本次竞赛由Simonian教育基金会发起,该基金会为非营利组织,总部位于亚美尼亚耶烈万,由TUMO创意技术中心进行运营管理。


参赛资
   
竞赛面向所有符合以下标准的建筑事务所开放:
1、有良好的经济背景
2、独立法律实体
3、当地许可资格
4、没有被欧盟列入制裁名单(https://www.sanctionsmap.eu/#/main)
5、符合欧盟的相关规定(详见官方网站附件1)
6、无刑事案底或税务事件

TUMO希望能够找到符合需求的设计方案,该方案需有良好的设计质量,并且符合经济效益,参赛团队需具有从设计初期至施工阶段的完整经验。


参赛过程

参赛方需要在2019年6月23日之前,在竞赛网站www.convergence.center中的“注册”链接中进行注册,并且于2019年6月30日之前,提交项目第一阶段所需要的文件。

阶段一——相关信息表达

参赛团队需要提交团队的成员、往期项目信息、经济证明、费用结构等等。在该阶段不接受概念设计,但是各参赛团队可以在附录文件中说明对于项目的构思。在第一阶段中,会有3个参赛团队入围第二阶段。

作品提交需求:

1、封面信息
封面信息需要介绍参赛公司、设计团队、设计理念、项目相关信息。文件中需包含团队联系方式,并且由法人签字或盖章。

2、注册表格与商业登记复印件
参赛者需要填写附件2,同时提交商业登记复印件,证明国籍背景。如果为两个事务所合作参赛,则双方都需提供相应文件。

3、团队成员与资质
需对能够参与第二阶段的团队成员进行简要描述,并且附上团队成员简历。

4、公司介绍
能够展示事务所相关信息、作品、经历、专业背景的资料,并提交项目清单,格式详见附录3。

5、经济能力支持
详见附录4。

6、参与为期两天的工作坊
入选阶段二的参赛团队需要参与为期2天的工作坊。详见附录5。

7、人力资源
请在附录6中填写人力资源,简要介绍团队成员。

8、以财务建议的格式说明项目的预算
参赛方需要列出项目费用结构信息,在进行预算构思时,需要考虑以下条件:
•概念设计阶段至方案设计阶段的费用
•项目获奖到施工结束之后3年所产生的的费用。另外,施工文件的设计开发与实施,以及诸如结构、机械、电气、管道等工程设施都将由获奖团队与TUMO工程团队合作进行,获奖团队将获得施工许可与规划文件,并需要定期上传照片或实地考察来进行施工监测。
•获奖团队需要跟进整个开发与施工过程,因此要考虑各个工作人员的现场费用。请根据上述内容填写附件7

9、进一步声明
参赛者需要填写“无利益冲突证明”(附件8)、合作方(附件9)、承诺声明(附件10)。

所有上述文件都必须为A4大小的PDF格式,并提交至竞赛网站的相关文件夹。

阶段二——设计开发

在7月,三个入围团队将受邀参观项目场地,并且与客户团队、评审团成员共同参加为期2天的工作坊。在工作坊期间,参赛方需要共同讨论项目构思,并且以草图的形式表达项目概念与设计布局。最终会有一个参赛团队的设计方案为选定方案。


竞赛日程

阶段一
•竞赛公布:2019年6月10日
•注册截止:2019年6月23日
•作品提交截止日期:2019年6月30日
•阶段二入围参赛方公布:2019年7月12日

阶段二
•工作坊时间:7月15日至31日
•评审团评审:8月15日至31日
•获奖者公布:9月1日至15日


评估标准

阶段一

评审团会对所有的参赛作品进行评审,满足竞赛的基本要求,评估条件如下:
•对项目的理解
•参赛方的往期作品及项目资格
•团队成员的资质
•参赛团队的结构需符合当前标准
•参赛团队需进行现场考察,并进行为期2天的工作坊
•主办方会按需进行定期审查

经过最终评估与讨论,会有3个参赛入围团队,同时入围团队将公布于竞赛网站等其他平台。评审团的最终决定不可更改。

阶段二

评审团会根据为期2天的工作坊表现,来对每个参赛团队进行评估,标准如下:
•方案创意与可行性
•设计方案对于建筑特征、方案需求、城市背景的呼应
•设计团队与客户团队之间的合作有效性
•参赛团队设计方案的项目时间安排,以及最终完工时间

在经过最终评估与审定,获奖参赛方及其作品将公布于竞赛各个网站与平台。评审团的最终决定不可更改。


条款与条例

参赛语言

本次竞赛的官方语言为英文。其他语言的提交作品则不予采纳。

资格取消

如果最终方案选定方未能及时提供法律许可、技术认证、经济支持等相关文件,主办方则有权取消其最终资格。

默认授权

参赛方默认授权主办方对于相关文档的使用权利,其中包括照片、视频等,这些信息将在后期用作宣传。

利益冲突

竞赛评审团成员及其相关人士都不可参加竞赛。主办方人员及其相关人士也无资格参与竞赛。参赛者需提前声明与竞赛整个流程所相关的利益冲突。

在存在利益冲突的前提下,主办方有资格取消参赛者的参赛资格,参赛者在整个比赛过程中如有任何的情况变化,都应该及时通知主办方,针对临时改变,主办方不负担关于参赛者的任何责任,如果由于竞赛额外的变化或是取消,主办方也不承担相关费用。


问答与更新

在截止日期之前,竞赛者都可以就竞赛相关问题进行咨询。主办方会在竞赛官方网站上进行回答。相关问题可以通过电子邮件发送至design.competition@tumo.org

标题:方案征集:工程与应用科学会议中心国际设计竞赛
类型:方案征集
网站:https://www.convergence.center/
主办方:Simonian教育基金会
注册截止日期:2019年6月23日 23:59
作品提交截止日期:2019年6月30日 23:59
地点:亚美尼亚 耶烈万
价格:免费

本次竞赛不接受电话咨询。所有竞赛相关的疑问可以提交与主办方。参赛者不得与评审团的任何成员进行沟通与交流,如果私自联系评审团成员将取消参赛资格。主办方有权修正竞赛日程,届时修改信息将公布于竞赛官方网站。参赛者需定期查看最新相关信息。

更多信息:https://www.convergence.center/?utm_medium=website&utm_source=archdaily.com

The EU TUMO Convergence Center for Engineering and Applied Science will be a mixed-use campus bringing together academia and industry, linking local students, researchers and technologists to each other and with their global peers, and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship. The Convergence Center program includes a set of mutually reinforcing facilities totaling 25,000 sqm of built-up area. The project site is a 15,000 sqm plot perched on top of the Hrazdan river gorge in Yerevan, Armenia. With an initial budget of over 25 million euros, it will create an open platform and a vibrant community combining academic and training facilities, businesses and a conference venue with retail units such as cafes, restaurants, a gym and a daycare center.
The project is an extension of the TUMO Center for Creative Technologies, an innovative after-school learning center attended by close to 15,000 teenagers every week. It is located next to the TUMO building which houses, in addition to the TUMO Center, leading technology companies, both multinationals and startups.

JURY
Hashim Sarkis is Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT, curator of the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale, and director of Hashim Sarkis Studios. He holds Architecture degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design and Harvard University and has authored and edited several books on architectural theory.
Marie Lou Papazian is the founding CEO of the TUMO Center for Creative Technologies and previously led the Education for Development Foundation. She holds a degree in Computing in Education from Columbia University. She is trained as an engineer and has been lead construction manager on major building projects in New York City.
Raffi Krikorian is a former VP at Twitter, Engineering Director at Uber’s Advanced Technologies Center in charge of self-driving cars, and Chief Technology Officer of the National Democratic Committee. He is currently Managing Director at the Emmerson Collective and a member of the board of TUMO Center for Creative Technologies.
Jean-Marc Lavest is the Rector of the French University in Armenia. He has initiated the expansion of the university into a new campus and has led the creation of its new computer science and mathematics department. He has held leadership positions in various academic institutions and holds graduate degrees in engineering, machine vision and robotics.
Soh Yeong Roh is the founder and director of the Art Center Nabi, an institution in Seoul which pioneered the new media art scene in Korea and is specialized in media arts in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence and conceptual art. She holds graduate degrees from Stanford University in education and from Yonsei University in media communication.

COMPETITION
A two stage open international competition.
Stage I: Expressions of interest.
Stage II: Three firms selected for a two-day workshop with the organizers

PRIZES
An honorarium of 20,000 EUR will be paid to each of the three shortlisted teams participating in the 2-day workshop during Stage II of the competition. The winning team will be commissioned to develop the design of the project from concept through schematic design and to supervise the work of TUMO Engineering from design development through construction (conditions and fees to be determined under the contract formalized between the winning team and the TUMO). Travel and Accommodation costs incurred for the 2 Day Workshop, for two people will be covered by TUMO. There will be no compensation for participation in Stage I.

KEY ARCHITECTURAL CHARACTERISTICS
In addition to the prerogatives of extensibility, common space, and accessibility to the general public, the project’s design requirements include density, vegetation and a future-oriented architectural expression.

DENSITY: ACHIEVING BALANCE WHILE MINIMIZING FOOTPRINT
In addition to the prerogatives of extensibility, common space, and accessibility to the general public, the project’s design requirements include density, vegetation and a future-oriented architectural expression.

VEGETATION: CREATING A LUSH, GREEN ENVIRONMENT
Yerevan has a dry climate with very hot summers. At the same time, much of the city’s former tree cover has been lost over time due to various reasons. Even TUMO’s own plaza, linking the TUMO building and the Convergence Center site to Tumanyan Park is a hard landscape with little vegetation. It is therefore very important to incorporate abundant vegetation and particularly trees, in the Convergence Center project, as an integral aspect of the design.

FUTURE-ORIENTED DESIGN: CHANNELING THE LIVABLE ENVIRONMENTS OF TOMORROW
We expect the Convergence Center’s physical expression to convey more than just a modern educational and professional environment. We want it to make an extraordinary architectural statement about the future of comfortable and livable built environments for learning and working. Whether that vision manifests in a bold or delicate architectural expression, it needs to send a clear signal about the innovative and high-concept ambitions of the Convergence Center project.
The Convergence Center is a project jointly funded by the European Union and TUMO, with the participation of the French University in Armenia. It is designed as an open platform promoting project-based learning and entrepreneurship, but also as a self-sustaining financial ecosystem that will generate sufficient revenues by renting offices, conference and convention venues and retail facilities to cover its operating costs and offer free or highly subsidized education services to local students and young professionals.

The project pursues two key objectives:
1. It strives to provide cutting-edge education to students and young professionals in engineering and applied science in order to prepare them for the labor market and make them competitive at a global level.
2. It seeks to offer a platform for existing initiatives, including startups, incubators,
accelerators, universities, and industry, in order to build productive linkages and foster resource sharing and collaboration.
  
It will use the following strategy to achieve these objectives.

1. Prioritize applied, project-based education in leading-edge technology fields
2. Create a vibrant neighborhood with all essential ecosystem components
3. Complement and empower local institutions by providing shared resources
The following are the main program elements of the Convergence Center campus.

TUMO LABS
TUMO Labs will provide non-formal educational services inside of the EU TUMO Convergence Center, building on the know-how acquired by TUMO Center for Creative Technologies. It will act as an incubator for real-world educational projects that have the potential of spawning viable startups. Students and young professionals aspiring to take part in TUMO Labs projects will participate in online courses (MOOCs) that prepare them with essential prerequisites and act as a filter for identifying the most motivated and capable participants.

SHARED HUB
The Convergence Center will host a shared hub which will make lab equipment and facilities available to all Convergence Center participants and the wider community. Member institutions are expected to allocate resources to the shared hub by collocating in it any equipment they procure through grants or research programmes. In exchange, they will be allowed to use the equipment and facilities already available there. It will be a multi-purpose facility, which will expand in size over time and will have spaces that are interchangeable with TUMO Labs and the 42 Coding Bootcamp (see below).

42 CODING BOOTCAMP
School 42 is an innovative coding school based in Paris that is now building an international network of locations offering its program. Similar to TUMO, 42 is based on project-based learning. Peer-to-peer evaluation and gamification are used to support a highly efficient model of hands-on learning. A maximum of 150 students are expected to enter the 42 programs at the Convergence Center on an annual basis.

THE FRENCH UNIVERSITY IN ARMENIA
As a university offering diplomas which are recognized internationally, the French University in Armenia has been a leading educational institution in Yerevan since its opening in 2000. To further help it develop its educational activities in Armenia, UFAR will relocate its entire campus inside the Convergence Center and will expand it to include a new department of mathematics and computer science.

CONFERENCE AND CONVENTION FACILITY
The Convergence Center will also include a space for conferences and conventions – a key resource that it is needed to meet the growing demand for such facilities in Armenia. It will be used for educational and business events.

OFFICES
Office space will be made available for rent to companies in sectors and areas of activity relevant to the mission of the Convergence Center. Office space will also be allocated to start-ups that originate from the Convergence Center or are affiliated with its partner organizations.

RETAIL SPACE
In light of the fact that the Convergence Center will host a large number of entities, it can also stimulate demand for services such as cafes, gyms, print shops, day-care centers and restaurants. The existence of such retail facilities in the Convergence Center will play a key role in creating a neighborhood effect that is important for any vibrant ecosystem, and conducive to unstructured interactions among its participants.

COMPETITION
The competition will follow a two-stage approach.
Stage One: Submission of prequalification information.
Stage Two: Site visit and 2day workshop

The prequalification phase (Stage I) will allow the organizer to select three firms based on their cover letter, portfolio, CVs and financial health. These three firms will then compete in a finals stage (Stage II): They will be invited to visit the site and to take part in a 2-day workshop with the client team and the jury. One of the three firms participating in Stage II will be announced the competition winner and will be awarded the architectural design contract for the Convergence Center. The winning firm will be contracted to (1) develop the project through schematic design, to then (2) work with the TUMO Engineering team who will provide design development, production of construction documents, and engineering services including structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing under the supervision of the winning firm, and to (3) supervise the design and construction process through completion.

ORGANIZING ENTITY
The competition is the initiative of the Simonian Educational Foundation (the Organizer), a non-profit foundation based in Yerevan, Armenia and operating under the brand of TUMO Center for Creative Technologies.

ELIGIBILITY
The competition is open to all architecture firms that are:
1. In good financial standing
2. A private legal entity
3. Licensed in their country of practice
4. Not be targeted by the EU’s sanctions list https://www.sanctionsmap.eu/#/main
5. Be eligible according to the EU’s Rules on participation in procurement procedures and grants (Annex 1 for list of eligible countries)
6. Not involved in criminal proceedings or tax evasion
TUMO is looking for firms that can propose project solutions combining exceptional design quality with a pragmatic and cost-effective approach, and that has experience in developing complex projects from initial design through construction.

PROCESS
Applicants are requested to register for the competition by June 23, 2019, by following the “Register” link/button on the project website at www.convergence.center and to submit by June 30, 2019, the documents required for Stage I as listed below.

STAGE I – EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Firms are invited to submit information about their experience and the assigned team members, along with a financial statement and fee structure as specified below. Please note that design concepts will not be accepted at this stage but firms are encouraged to present in a brief cover letter their vision for the project as well as why they are a good fit for it. Three firms from among the Stage One candidates will be shortlisted to participate in Stage Two.

Submission requirements:
1. Cover letter
Introducing the firm and the design team and outlining the firm’s vision and fit for the project. This document must contain the Team’s contact details and be signed by a legally authorized representative.
2. Registration form and copy of trade register
In addition to filling out Annex 2 applicants should submit a copy of their trade register in order to prove their nationality. In the case of consortia, all members should provide both documents.
3. Team composition and qualification
Describe the composition of the team that will be assigned to the project and that will participate in Stage II if selected and list the team members and their roles. Provide team member CVs.
4. Company presentation
Provide any information or material that can present the firm, its experience, expertise and reputation. Please provide a list of project experience the format provided in Annex 3.
5. Financial capacity statement
Please provide in the format provided in Annex 4.
6. Availability for 2-day workshop
Confirm the availability of the team to participate in a 2-day workshop if selected for Stage II. Please fill out Annex 5.
7. Human resource capacity
Please fill out form on human resource capacity in Annex 6 indicating your available human resources in general.
8. Estimated costs of architectural fees in the form of a financial proposal
Participants should provide information about their fee structure in addition to other costs. When calculating the financial proposal the following should be taken into account:
• Cost for design work from concept preparation to schematic design.
• Follow-up fees for a duration of up to 3 years starting from the winning publication until end of construction. As described above, design development and production of construction documents as well as all engineering (Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, etc.) design will be executed in Armenia by the TUMO Engineering team under the supervision of the winning firm. The winner will have access to construction and planning documents and will be able to follow the construction through regular photo/video uploads and periodic site visits.
• Please also provide daily fees for site visit for different levels of personnel, as the winner will be expected to schedule site visits throughout the development and construction phases. Please fill out Annex 7 - Financial Proposal, providing the above-mentioned information.
9. Further declarations
Please fill out the annex on No Conflict of Interest (Annex 8), Joint Ventures (if applicable) (Annex 9) and the Declaration of Undertaking (Annex 10).
All of the above documents must be submitted digitally in A4 (portrait) PDF format and uploaded into the relevant folder on the competition website.

STAGE II – DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
Three shortlisted firms will be invited to visit the site and to take part in a 2-day workshop with the client team and Jury members during the second half of July. During this time, workshop participants will explore project requirements and ideas, and develop sketches for an architectural concept and expression, as well as massing and layout studies. One of the three shortlisted firms will be commissioned to execute the architectural design project.

COMPETITION SCHEDULE

STAGE I
• Competition launched: 10 June, 2019
• Registration closes: 23 June, 2019
• Deadline for submission : 30 June, 2019
• Announcement firms shortlisted for Stage II:
12 July, 2019

STAGE II
• Workshops period: July 15-31
• Jury deliberation: August 15-31
• Winner announced : September 1-15

EVALUATION CRITERIA
STAGE I
The Jury will evaluate all submissions of expressions of interest to ensure that the selected firms meet the pre-qualification requirements and will assess qualifying firms on the following:
• Evidence of the firm’s understanding of the project vision
• Fit of the firm’s portfolio and experience with the project requirements
• Qualifications and seniority of assigned team members
• Correspondence of the firm’s free structure to reasonable industry standards
• Availability of the assigned team for the site visit and 2 day workshop
• Reference checks to be conducted by the Organizer as needed

After the evaluation and potential clarification discussions, the three shortlisted firms will be announced on the competition website and through other channels. The Jury’s decision will be final and not subject to appeal.

STAGE II
The Jury will evaluate each firm after their participation in the 2-day workshop based on the following criteria.
• Quality of the design ideas and concepts generated during the workshop in terms of originality and feasibility
• Responsiveness to the project’s architectural characteristics, program requirements and urban context
• Effectiveness of the collaboration between the design team and the client team based on the workshop dynamics
• The fee structure and timeframe proposed by the firm for the design deliverables and supervision in case of award
After the evaluation and potential clarification discussions, the winning firm will be announced on the competition website and through other channels. The Jury’s decision will be final and not subject to appeal.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

COMPETITION LANGUAGE
English is the official language of the competition. Proposals submitted in any other language will not be admitted.

ELIMINATION
Bidders will be disqualified if they fail to provide the required legal, technical and financial documentation.

RELEASE
Firms participating in the competition automatically grant the Organizer the right to disseminate the list of participating, shortlisted and winning firms and to document the competition process, including photos and videos of workshops, for promotional purposes.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
The competition jury, their associates, employees and direct family members, are not eligible to enter the competition. Direct family members, associates and employees of the Organizer are also ineligible to participate in this open call. Participants are requested to declare any conflict of interest that may compromise the competition procedure and the overall completion of the project.
The Organizers reserve the right to dismiss proposals from participating teams where actual or potential conflicts of interest do indeed exist. All competitors are expected to notify the Organizers of any change of circumstance during the competition process. The Organizers holds no liability for any costs incurred by the competitors during their participation in the competition. Likewise, the Organizers accepts no liability for additional costs that may be caused due to modification or cancellation of the competition.

QUESTIONS, ANSWERS AND UPDATES
Competitors may address inquiries relating to the competition process and brief to the Organizer prior to the deadline, as defined in the competition schedule. The organizer may post such questions and the corresponding responses to the competition website. Questions should be e-mailed to design.competition@tumo.org

Title:Call for Submissions: Convergence Center For Engineering and Applied Science International Design Competition
Type:Call for Submissions
Website:https://www.convergence.center/
Organizers:Simonian Educational Foundation
Registration Deadline:23/06/2019 23:59
Submission Deadline:30/06/2019 23:59
Venue:Yerevan, Armenia
Price:Free

Participants should also bear in mind that telephone inquiries will not be accepted. All issues related to this project must be addressed directly to the Organizer. Under no circumstances should competitors contact any member of the jury to discuss aspects of this competition. Contacting members of the jury will result in an automatic disqualification. The Organizer may introduce changes to the competition schedule. Modifications will be published on the competition website. Participants are responsible for checking updates on the competition website on a regular basis. on the competition website on a regular basis.

        
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