October 10, 2019

[CALL] LIGNE

by Sophie Gerard in Archives

[CALL FOR PROJECT DESIGNERS]

A NEW PLACE FOR THE POLICE

 

The police of Brussels-Capital Ixelles is now scattered throughout the territory of Brussels-City, in old buildings with poor energy performance and obsolete technologies. The objective is therefore to bring them together in one place, and not the least: the de Ligne building. Indeed, benefiting from a very central location on a site delimited by the streets of the Ligne, de la Banque et Montagne de l’Oratoire, this former bank headquarters was built at the end of the 1970s and benefits from a very particular design and architecture.

The challenge will be to transform thoroughly the existing site, which includes an auditorium, a vaulted hall and a large underground car park. In the future, the building will combine a wide range of functions: administrative and training functions, but also a crisis center, a cell complex, interrogation rooms, a restaurant, sports facilities and areas accessible to visitors. Parking spaces must be provided for priority vehicles and some functions must be operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To carry out this ambitious project, the City of Brussels is looking for a multidisciplinary team. The latter will have to pay particular attention to intelligent adaptive reuse of the existing building in its context, while giving it a new identity reflecting the ambitions and spirit of the police and shaping this project in a sustainable way.

BUDGET: € 65.500.000 (building) + € 1.000.000 (outside design) + € 4.000.000 (inside design)
FEES : A range of fees between a minimum of 10% and a maximum of 15% of the amount of the work has been set.
GRANT : € 50.000 awarded to each teams invited and submitting a regular bid. This amount is considered a fee advance for the winner.

The bouwmeester maître architecte accompanies the procedure of the project and will take part in the selection committee and the advisory committee.

LINK TO THE CONTRACT NOTICE.
DEADLINE FOR BIDS: 14.11.2019 at 10:35

 

 

Photo credit: Séverin Malaud

 

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