Cluj-Napoca Emergency Clinical Children’s Hospital will function as an independent structure, with regional addressability, being the first public hospital in the Transylvania area to offer integrated medical services in the field of paediatrics. Through this approach, the Contracting Authority aims to develop a centre for medical services and research in the field of paediatrics, which also plays the role of an urban catalyst in an area undergoing urbanization.
The project of the Emergency Clinical Children’s Hospital aims to provide an example of best practice both in terms of medical architecture and in terms of urbanization of an area which is currently in an early stage of development.
The objectives pursued by the Contracting Authority are as follows:
The Contracting Authority of the competition is the Cluj County Council, the owner of the land.
The competition is organized by the Order of Architects of Romania, in accordance with the Competition Regulations of the International Union of Architects - UIA - and the provisions of the International Recommendations for Architecture and Urbanism Competitions adopted at the UNESCO General Conference of 1956, revised on November 27, 1978, in compliance with the provisions of the legislation in force regarding the award of public procurement contracts.
The Design Competition is a public, single-stage competition, open to Romania, all countries of the European Union, of the European Economic Area, and to the Swiss Confederation.
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