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Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

  Basle Switzerland — Bau- und Verkehrsdepartement des Kantons Basel-Stadt, Fachstelle für Submissionen
Published February 21, 2015 — Deadline April 1, 2015 (4 years ago)
Notice type
Contract notice
The shooting range Allschwiler pond created in 1899 on agricultural land. The first phase of development was carried out in 1910-11, the second between 1940 and 1044. 1949 was a third phase of development will be completed and 1967 was the gunman passed as a final extension of 25 meters plant. By eliminating the "compulsory shooting operation" of the shooting operation after 100 years has pretty much been in November 2008. The last shooting club is the area leave the end of 2015. Neighborhood and environmental organizations have multiple uses claims for the former shooting range area. 2010 Basel property. - City Government a comprehensive strategy for the future use of the site "for shooting at Allschwiler Weiher" submitted. After mid-2012, a test plan was completed, funding for the development of landscape design ideas were shared and a feasibility study. It has been defined a landscape area Allschwil. It includes Subproject 1: Landscape space Allschwiler pond; Project 2: Rehabilitation of the shooting range; Project 3: revitalization of Dorenbaches; Subproject 4: Modification of the shooting stand. Based on the preliminary landscape planning Allschwiler pond is to be implemented in the years 2016-2019. A higher-level open space concept is to reduce the pressure on sensitive areas and enable concentrated use of open space in less sensitive areas. The Allschwiler in the landscape pond to be planned landscape park is to preserve the openness, vastness of today's topography and the peculiarities of the former shooting range.

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