|Type||International, Project, Architect, Two-Stage, Anonymous|
|RegDeadline||26 September 2017 GoogleCal iCal|
|26 September 2017 (Must be Received)|
|Eligibility||a landscape architect and a architect who has been a member in good standing of a professional order or national association governing the right of practice of architecture for more than 5 years|
The project that is the subject of this competition consists in designing Place des Montréalaises, a new public space adjacent to Champ-de-Mars métro station, including a pedestrian overpass leading to Champ-de-Mars.
The Ville de Montréal has determined that a priority urban project would be the repurposing of the areas bordering the Ville-Marie Expressway, grouping a number of works under the term “Projet Secteur Champ-de-Mars.” This project aims to define an attractive, high-quality urban frame that repairs the cut made to the area by the construction of the Ville-Marie Expressway trench in the 1970s. In so doing, the Ville de Montréal aims to restore ties between the historic city and its former faubourgs and to enhance the high-quality network of public spaces from Square Victoria to Square Viger.
The Ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l’Électrification des transports (MTMDET) is currently performing work to cover part of Ville-Marie Expressway, which will enable the City to develop the site. The new public place will be built atop the covering slab installed by the MTMDET, above the Montréal métro tunnel, and around their periphery.
The construction budget for the public place and the new pedestrian overpass is $34,080,000.
Chantal Aylwin, engineer, Director, Direction des infrastructures, de la voirie et des transports, Ville de Montréal
Jérome Barth, Vice-President, Finance and Administration, Times Square Alliance; Founder and Principal, Town Square Consulting
Marie-Éve Beaupré, Curator of the Collection, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
Monica Bittencourt, Landscape Architect and Spatial Planner, Direction de l’aménagement et de l’architecture, Commission de la capitale nationale du Québec
Lyndsay Daudier, graduate in urban planning, law and project management, Director, Strategic Development and Partnerships, Maison de l’innovation sociale
Sylvia-Anne Duplantie, Urban Planner, Director, Direction de l’aménagement des parcs et espaces publics, Service des grands parcs, du verdissement et du Mont-Royal, Ville de Montréal
Luc Gagnon, graduate in urban planning, Director, Service de la mise en valeur du territoire, Ville de Montréal
Josiane Maheu, geographer, Member of Conseil des Montréalaises
Manon Otto, Urban designer, Director of Landscape Design, BIG NYC
Raquel Peñalosa, Landscape Architect, IFLA AMERICAS President, International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), Americas Region
Marie Pimmel, Architect, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Paris
- Finalists (Stage 2)
Each Finalist who presents a service offering deemed to meet the competition rules will receive a lump sum of $86,975, plus taxes.
The maximum budget for the winner’s professional fees is $5,790,000, plus taxes (including fees paid for stage 2).
Stage 2 / Finalists’ service offerings: February 6, 2018
The Ville de Montréal's Bureau du design