Ingennus has joined forces with the Italian consulting firm ARS Progetti to develop the Masterplan of the Justice District in Bucharest. We both have been selected along with Arup UK, Beyer Blinder Belle, Gensler US, IBI Group Architects and OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) to submit our urban proposals.
Our team has also incorporated MVRDV (Netherlands), given their experience in the development of masterplans, and Systematica (Italy), specialists in transport planning and mobility.
The consultancy project, funded by the World Bank, will last four months and focuses on supporting the Ministry of Justice of Romania in the development of an urban and architectural concept serving as the basis for setting the principles of management and design of a 11.7 hectares site in central Bucharest.
Considered strategic for Romania, the project envisions a mixed used redevelopment with public/private financing, expecting that public initiative will attract the private sector into the complete regeneration of the area.
Our multidisciplinary team covers all areas of expertise involved in the project: world-class architectural design, urban regeneration plans, research-driven mobility solutions, sustainable urban development, landscaping and specific knowledge of the architectural typologies of judicial buildings.
Our team’s response to this specific technical assistance mission is based on the following strengths:
- Experience in working procedures in urban regeneration projects co-financed by multilateral organisations such as the World Bank.
- The planning of the project implementation and monitoring through a Quality Management Plan that will allow our team to supervise the content of the deliverables, deadlines and internal communications among project team members and with stakeholders.
- The application of the principles of transparency, equity, responsibility and integrity included in our ethical code throughout the project cycle.
- Experience in the design of masterplans and HEQ sustainable buildings (high environmental quality), in accordance with the bioclimatic design criteria aiming at reducing energy consumption and obtaining BREEAM, LEED or Passivhaus certifications.