Turku Student Village Foundation organizes two student housing blocks of the design of the architectural competition.
The competition is organized architecture of an invited competition in accordance with the principles of the construction design competition in which participants of competition are selected from among the minimum requirements to eligible registered.
Design solutions will be the urban landscape, architecturally and functionally high-quality and viable. The design of the solution must meet the technical and economic, energy-saving and life-cycle financial goals in a fair, appropriate and feasible.
The final amount of the construction takes shape further planning and change the formula of competition. assessed the extent of the competition new construction projects shall not exceed:
August 1 000 - 12 000 m²;
October 2 000 and 20 000 m².
The region 2 is pending before the town plan change / 9/2010 formula ID "Silence of the hill," diario number 13664-2009.
The results of the contest will serve as the basis for the status change in the formula are prepared. Architecture complain about the competition, participants are invited to participate in the contest in the two regions, but the restoration of areas design competitions are held and settled in parallel separate competition.
The University of Turku will ask for a bid for preventive occupational health care services and general medical nursing care services as well as specialty medical services during work surveys for staff at the University of Turku, Pori and Rauma. The aim is to get one contractor to produce occupational health care services according to the call for tenders. The organization of occupational health care at the locations of the University's other locations can be negotiated separately if necessary.
The services of the University of Turku are occupational health care services including preventive occupational health care services and general medical nursing services, as well as specialist medical services at the University staff in Turku, Pori and Rauma.
The services are implemented in accordance with current occupational health care legislation (Occupational Health Care Act 1383/2001) and Government Decree on the principles of good occupational health care, the content of occupational health care and the training of professionals and specialists (708/2013), and otherwise in accordance with the principles of good occupational health care.
The University of Turku as a contracting entity is described in more detail in Annex 1 "Description of the Procuring Entity" and as a financial entity in Annex 2 "Taskukirja 2016".
The requirements set for occupational health care are described in more detail in Annex 3 "The content and qualitative requirements of Occupational Health Care".