Kruunusillat - Bridge Design Competition

The City of Helsinki is organising an international design competition for Kruunusillat (Crown Bridges). The purpose of the competition is to find in every respect a high-quality solution for an environment extremely demanding from the landscape and cultural-historical perspectives. The Kruunusillat bridges shall have a positive effect on Helsinki’s image and shall be a worthy legacy for future.

Category Project Competition
Type International, Project, Open, Two-Stage
Genre Civil-Engineering
Country Finland
RegDeadline 3 August 2011 GoogleCal iCal
3 August 2011 (Must be Received)
Eligibility To be able to participate in the kruunusillat design competition, all members of the teams shall have the expertise and be legally entitled to practise the profession required by this competition programme in their countries of residence.

Jury members representing the City of Helsinki:
Pekka Sauri, D.Phil., M.A. (Psych.)
Hannu Penttilä, M. Sc. (Tech.)
Jarmo Nieminen, General Staff Officer, Lieutenant Colonel ret.
Tapio Korhonen, LL.M., B.Sc. (Econ.)
Maria Jaakkola, M.Sc. (Landscape Architecture)
Raimo K Saarinen, M.Sc. (Tech.)
Jukka Salo, Professor
Ecology, Director of Helsinki Zoo (Korkeasaari)
Juhani Tuuttila, M.Sc. (Tech.)

Jury members from outside the City’s organisation:
Anne Stenros, D.Tech, M.A. (Arch)
Pirjo Tulikukka, M.A. (Applied arts)
Director, Helsinki Neighbourhoods Association
Ilkka Sinisalo,, M.Sc. (Eng.)
Ville Hara, M.Sc. (Arch.)
Jyrki Sinkkilä, M.Sc. (Arch.)

a compensation of eur 50,000 (Vat 0%) will be paid to each approved and invited team submitting a competition entry complying with the competition programme for a single-stage competition / first stage of the competition.

Entry Fee

The City of Helsinki

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