“Bau Design” will develop the concept of the general plan of Tskaltubo – the head is an Italian architect

“Bau Design” LLC became the winner in the competition for the development of the concept of the general plan of the city of Tskaltubo. The company with the best proposal was identified by the competition commission among the bidders determined by the unified state procurement system. The information was distributed by the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure.

According to their information, a total of three companies participated in the competition – “Bau Design” LLC, “Artstudio-Projekt” LLC and “Remote Sensing and Geo-Information Systems Consulting Center Geographic” LLC.

In Tskaltubo, the public presentation of the tender proposals for the concept of the master plan of the resort was held about a month ago.

“The team presented under the auspices of Bau Design consists of highly qualified foreign and Georgian specialists. The head of the project group will be the Italian architect and urban planner Marco Ardiel. He specializes in urban planning and town planning, in the field of tourism industry of historic cities, and is a member of the National Institute of Urban Studies (INU) and the Italian Association of Architects. has implemented important women’s development projects. Architect and cultural heritage expert Ferruccio Tazzinato has been invited as a consultant to the project group. Misha Baliashvili and the specialists of “Bau Design” LLC will work in the direction of urban planning, the head of the economic group will be Frédéric Le Fishu, the consultant of the economic group – David Nath, the economic part will be represented by “Veritas Brown Caucasus/Cushman Wagefield”, the environmental part will be represented by the Department of Environmental Law The audit center and the tourism part – the Georgian Ecotourism Association”, the information released by the Ministry says.

The development of the concept of the general plan of the city of Tskaltubo should be carried out within 90 days from the date of signing the contract.

The master plan should determine the necessary measures that will preserve the resort’s unique functional-planning structure and protect the city from chaotic, uncontrolled development.