Tender for development of Green Quarter project concept announced in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan, Astana, Feb. 25 /Trend, D. Mukhtarov/
Kazakh Samruk-Kazyna Real Estate Fund has announced an international tender for the preparation of a city-planning development concept within the Green Quarter project, the press service of the National Welfare Fund Samruk-Kazyna said.
"Samruk-Kazyna Real Estate Fund has announced an international tender to develop the concept of city-planning in the "Green Quarter", including a conceptual master plan, models, sketches, and a preliminary feasibility study, "the statement said.
Applications for participation in the tender should be marked 'Green Quarter' and sent to: Astana, Orynbor Str. 10, room 804; [email protected]
According to the press service, on January 23, 2013 during a meeting held to discuss the totals of 2012 and the implementation of the "Kazakhstan-2050" strategy, the Kazakh President entrusted Samruk-Kazyna NWF to implement the construction project of the Green Quarter in Astana. According to instructions, the Fund is appointed the operator of the program for implementation of this project.
"The purpose of the tender is development of the Green Quarter, search for a modern, original, interesting design and construction ideas and solutions in the development of outline, architectural and structural design of the complex. The tender is being held from February 25 to April 5, 2013. Legal entities and individuals, residents and non-residents: authors and groups of authors, project organizations, architects and designers are invited to participate in the tender, "the Fund reported.
According to the Fund, the provision of full amenity will be taken into account during the evaluation of projects, including an outdoor lighting by alternative energy sources, planting trees and decorative bushes, flower beds and lawns, recreation areas, playgrounds, areas for outdoor activities within the projected area. Application of technology to ensure the project's compliance with international standards of environmental design (LEED, BREEAM, DGNB) will also be considered in the selection of the winner.
"The construction of residential and office buildings, parks, shopping, entertainment and social and cultural facilities will be carried out based on international experience in the field of innovative technologies and environmentally friendly construction, and renewable sources of energy," the Fund's press-service said.