Te Wero Bridge

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Winner
Hyder Consulting, Denton Corker Marshall and Kenneth Grubb and Associates

Highly Commended
Wilkinson Eyre (UK) and Beca (Auckland)

Seven teams participated in the Stage 2 definitive design competition

The following top three EOI teams proceeded directly from Stage 1 to Stage 2:

- Wilkinson Eyre/Beca (UK/Auckland)
- Hyder Consulting/Denton Corker Marshall/Kenneth Grub and Associates (Wellington/Melbourne)
- Anish Kapoor/Arup/Balmond/AGU (London)

The following teams made it through from the transitional process governing admission to Stage 2:

- Richard Naish-RTA Studio/Minifie Nixon Architects, Arup, Rusk/Wright and Opus (Auckland/Melbourne)
- Takeshi Hashimoto/Tilt Group with Harch Studio, Pete Bossley Architects, Horden Cherry Lee Architects, Structure Design Ltd and Peter Heppel Associates (Tokyo/Auckland/London)
- Rewi Thompson/Warren and Mahoney, Holmes Consulting Group, Consolidated Engineering Company and NZ Strong Construction (Auckland)
- Roy Fleetwood/Schlaich Bergermann and Partner, Bennett Associates and Maunsell (Wellington/Germany).

More information and the winning design...

開催概要

オークランド市の臨海地区で、跳ね上げ橋の斬新で実現可能なアイディアを募集。テウェロ橋は現在開発中の臨海地区と本土を最短距離で結ぶ跳ね上げ橋で、建設予算31億円、2011年完成を目指している。本コンペはテウェロ橋実施コンペの一次審査に当たり、入賞者は専門家チームと組めば最終審査への参加権を得る。本コンペと同時進行で専門家チームの参加表明受付も行っており、最終審査はその両方から選出されたチームで争うこととなる。

カテゴリ コンペ結果 / 学生が参加できるコンペ / 実施コンペ
タイプ International, Project, Open, Two-Stage
ジャンル Bridge
開催地 New Zealand
登録締切日 17 Aug 2007 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 31 Aug 2007
応募資格 Concept Design Competition: All

Description
Auckland City Council is looking for outstanding design innovation, excellence and creativity.
Te Wero Bridge will connect the city with the soon-to-be-developed Wynyard Quarter. Viaduct Harbour is well-known to international sailors, Aucklanders (who passionately love their waterfront), New Zealanders and visitors from around the world. The bridge will complete a continuous waterfront connection between downtown Auckland and Wynyard Quarter to the west. Construction is expected to finish by early 2011. A project budget of NZ$35 million has been established.
Auckland City Council wishes to select designers for Te Wero Bridge on the basis of a two-stage process. There are two ways to enter Stage 1 of the process, so you will need to know which one best applies to you: a Concept Design Competition open to everyone, an Expressions of Interest process only open to professional consultant teams possessing proven experience with comparable challenges. Finalists from the Concept Design Competition who wish to participate in Stage 2, will need to join a team possessing capability proven to the satisfaction of Auckland City Council and submit an Expression of Interest proposal.

Organization
Auckland City Council

Jury
Richard Didsbury (Bachelor, the University of Auckland)
Peter Elliott (Director of Peter Elliott Pty Ltd)
John Hunt (Professor, the University of Auckland)
Will Thresher (Founder and Director of Thresher Associates)
Dr T.L. Rodney Wilson (Director of Auckland War Memorial Museum)

Competition Type
One-Stage

Prize
Prizes totalling NZ$10,000 will be awarded to Stage 1 finalists.

Entry Fee
None

Entries
A single A1

Timetable
Public display of “Bridge Design Idea” submissions”: 3 to 14 September 2007
Concept Design assessment process commences: 3 September 2007
Announce finalists: 28 September 2007

Official Website
http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/council/projects/tewero/

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