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GOVERNANCE GROUP. TOM BRADLEY Superintendent , Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, National Park Service BRUCE LINDSEY, AIA Dean, College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design, Washington University LYNN MCCLURE

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GOVERNANCE GROUP

TOM BRADLEY

Superintendent , Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, National Park Service

BRUCE LINDSEY, AIA

Dean, College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design, Washington University

LYNN MCCLURE

Midwest Regional Director, National Parks Conservation Association

WALTER METCALFE, JR.

Senior Counsel, Bryan Cave, LLP

DEBORAH PATTERSON

President, Monsanto Fund and Director of Social Responsibility, Monsanto Company

FRANCIS SLAY

Mayor of St. Louis

VAUGHN VANDERGRIFT

Chancellor, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville



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DESIGN GOALS

  • Create an iconic place for an international icon, the Gateway Arch.

  • Catalyze increased vitality in the St. Louis region.

  • Honor the character-defining elements of the Historic Landmark.

  • Weave connections and transitions from the City and the Arch grounds to the River.

  • Embrace the Mississippi River and the east bank in Illinois as an integral part of the National Park.

THE CITY

THE ARCH

THE RIVER


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DESIGN GOALS

  • Reinvigorate the Mission to tell the story of St. Louis as the Gateway to national expansion.

  • Create attractors to promote extended visitation to the Arch, the City and the River.

  • Mitigate the impact of transportation systems.

  • Develop a sustainable future.

  • Enhance the visitor experience and create a working and accessible environment.

THE CITY

THE ARCH

THE RIVER




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STAGE ONE: PORTFOLIO

  • Attracting Both Emerging and Established Designers

  • Portfolio Submittal

    • Profile of lead designer and design team

    • Recent work by each designer

    • Statement of design philosophy by the lead designer

  • 9 Teams Have Been Selected


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STAGE TWO: TEAM QUALIFICATIONS, INTERVIEW

  • Networking Session

  • Formation of Complete Design Teams

  • Federal Standard Form 330

    • Proposed team

    • Resumes of key personnel

    • Sample projects

  • Interview

    • Key members of design team give a presentation

    • Discussion with jury

  • 4-5 Teams Will Be Selected


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STAGE THREE: DESIGN CONCEPT

  • 90 Day Design Concept Competition

  • Teams Submit a Design Proposal Responding to Specific Criteria and Clarifying

    • Program

    • Site

    • Technical Requirements

  • Result of the Competition

    • Design Concept for the site

    • Design Team capable of executing its vision


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COMPETITION SCHEDULE

STAGE 2: TEAM QUALIFICATIONS

02.15.10 Stage 2 Question & Answer Period - Begins

02.18.10 Networking Session (for incorporation of M/W/DBE firms)

03.12.10 Stage 2 Question & Answer Period - Ends

03.18.10 Stage 2 Team Qualifications Due

03.29.10 Evaluation of Team Submittals & Interviews - Begins

04.02.10 Evaluation of Team Submittals & Interviews - Ends

04.07.10 Announce Results of Stage 2 and Invite Selected Teams to Participate in Stage 3: Design Concept Competition


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COMPETITION SCHEDULE

STAGE 3: DESIGN CONCEPT

04.21.10 Stage 3 Question & Answer Period - Begins

04.28.10 Design Competition Briefing

05.24.10 Mid-course Reviews - Begin

05.28.10 Mid-course Reviews - End

06.28.10 Stage 3 Question & Answer Period - Ends

07.22.10 Design Concepts Due - Compliance check by Competition Manager

08.10.10 Design Team Presentations - Jury Evaluates and Ranks Teams - Begin

08.13.10 Design Team Presentations - Jury Evaluates and Ranks Teams - End

09.03.10 Summary Report of Process and Jury Decision Issued

09.24.10 Approval of Jury Recommendation and Announcement of Team Selected to Negotiate a Design Contract for the Project


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JURY

ROBERT CAMPBELL, FAIA

Architecture Critic, Boston Globe & Contributing Editor, Architecture Record

GERALD EARLY, PHD

Professor, Washington University

DENIS GALVIN

Former Deputy Director, National Park Service

ALEX KRIEGER, FAIA

Founding Principal, Chan Krieger Sieniewicz

DAVID LELAND

Chief Executive Officer, Leland Consulting Group

CARA MCCARTY

Curatorial Director, Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt

LAURIE OLIN, RLA, FASLA

Partner and Landscape Architect, OLIN

CAROL ROSS BARNEY, FAIA

Design Principal, Ross Barney Architects


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STAGE ONE FINALISTS

Behnisch Architekten, Gehl Architects, Stephen Stimson Associates, Buro Happold, Transsolar, Applied Ecological Services, Limno-Tech, Herbert Dreiseitl, Arne Quinze, Peter MacKeith, Eric Mumford

FIT (Fully Integrated Thinking) Team – Cecil Balmond - Arup’s AGU (Advanced Geometry Unit), Doug Aitken Studio, HOK Planning Group, HOK

Michael Maltzan Architecture, Stoss Landscape Urbanism, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Richard Sommer, Buro Happold

Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Steven Holl Architects, Greenberg Consultants, Uhlir Consulting, HR&A Advisors, Guy Nordenson and Associates, Arup, LimnoTech, Ann Hamilton Studio, James Carpenter Design Associates, Elizabeth K. Meyer, Project Projects


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STAGE ONE FINALISTS

PWP Landscape Architecture, Foster + Partners, Civitas, Ned Kahn, Buro Happold

Quennell Rothschild and Partners and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Vishkan Chakrabarti, Buro Happold, Atelier Ten and Nicholas Baume

Rogers Marvel Architects and Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects, Urban Strategies, Local Projects, Arup

SOM, BIG, Hargreaves Associates, Jaume Plensa, URS

Weiss/Manfredi, Magnusson Klemencic Associates, Mark Dion



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