The expressions and abbreviations used in the Competition Rules and Regulations shall have the following meaning:
“Delivery address” - for postal/courier consignments: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina, ul. Tamka 43, 00-355 Warszawa, POLSKA; for personal deliveries: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina, ul. Tamka 43, Warszawa – Kancelaria (level 2, entry from Tamka Street through the porter’s lodge located on the ground floor of the building).
“Design Plans and Specifications” - the complete set of design documentation together with the necessary trade materials, licences, approvals and opinions, in order to obtain a building permit, to prepare and carry out the procedure for the award of a public contract for the execution of works, the execution of the aforementioned works, as well as the delivery of the equipment.
”Investment” - construction of a mixed use cultural services development with a name The International Centre for Music in Żelazowa Wola, including a concert hall with 650 seats with a stage accommodating a 100-person orchestra together with the technical facilities, practice rooms, a chamber music hall, conference room, recording studio, education rooms, a control room at the concert hall with the complementary rooms: foyer, hall, catering and restaurant spaces, dressing rooms, offices, an underground garage, on-grade car park, circulation roads,
a system of footways, a sealed cess tank with a capacity of approx. 30m3, a transformer station 15kV/0.4kV, generator, access point from the adjacent sub-regional road, and other necessary accompanying structures, building systems and such accessory structures like paved footpaths and a foot bridge near the bridge and the connection road to the proposed municipal car parks on the north side of the Utrata River.
“Manager of the Contracting Authority” - a person authorised to manage the Organiser/Contracting Authority.
“Conceptual Urban and Architectural Design” - drawing and textual specifications of the basic arrangements for conceptual urban and architectural design, solutions and standards to be developed and detailed in the course of further design works.
“Concept Design Package” - specifications of the initial architectural, structural, mechanical, infrastructural, technical, technological and maintenance solutions and standards to be the basis for further design work.
“Competition” - a competition organised under the Act and these Competition Rules and Regulations.
“Competition Materials” - a set of materials constituting Attachment 10 to these Competition Rules and Regulations. The Competition Materials consist of:
- Front-End Engineering Design containing urban, architectural, functional and acoustic guidelines (Attachment 10a),
- Current contour map for design purposes (Attachment 10b),
- Decision No 1.2017 on the location of a public purpose investment of 20 February 2017 issued by the Commune Mayor [Wójt Gminy] of Commune Sochaczew (Attachment 10c),
- Geotechnical Survey Report (Attachment 10d),
- Decision No 892/D/TC-U/16 of the Regional Water Management Board [Regionalny Zarząd Gospodarki Wodnej] in Warsaw (Attachment 10e),
- Letter No PZD.D2.4140.45.2016 of the Sub-regional Roads Board in Sochaczew (Attachment 10f),
- Greenery Report (Attachment 10g),
- Extract and Excerpt from the Land Register for the plots purchased by the NIFC (Attachment 10h),
- Model Table for the Basic Programme and Site Summary (Attachment 10i).
“MCM” – The International Centre for Music in Żelazowa Wola.
“Competition Design” - the Competition Stage I Conceptual Design jointly with the Competition Stage II Competition Entry.
“Organiser”, also referred to as the “Contracting Authority” - the Fryderyk Chopin Institute,
ul. Tamka 43, 00-355 Warszawa.
“Building Permit Design” - the “building permit design” within the meaning of Articles 33 and 34 of the Act of 7 July 1994, The Construction Law (i.e. Journal of Laws of 2017 Item 1332, as amended) and the provisions of the implementing regulations to this Act, especially the Regulation of the Minister of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy of 25 April 2012 on the detailed scope and form of the construction project (Journal of Laws of 2012 Item 462, as amended).
“Detailed Design” - based on the Building Permit Design, a set of developments to complement and further define the Building Permit Design in terms of and to the degree of precision necessary to prepare the scope of works, bill of quantities with unit prices, the competition bid by the contractor and to perform the works, including detailed drawings and descriptions, referred to in the Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of 2 September 2004 on the detailed scope and forms of design documentation, technical specifications for the performance and acceptance of construction works and outline design specifications (Journal of Laws of 2013 Item 1129).
“Rules and Regulations” - the Competition Rules and Regulations for the Conceptual Urban and Architectural Design of the International Centre for Music in Żelazowa Wola (this Document).
“Rules of Procedure of the Competition Jury” - the Rules of Procedure attached to the Decree of the Director of the Fryderyk Chopin Institute No 21/2017 of 16.11 2017.
“Competition Jury” - a body auxiliary to the Manager of the Contracting Authority with its composition specified in accordance with the Rules of Procedure, and appointed to evaluate Competition Participants’ compliance with the requirements laid down in the Rules and Regulations, in particular: to evaluate Conceptual Design and Competition Entries, to select the best Conceptual Designs and the best Competition Entry and to grant other awards and/or distinctions.
“Competition Design Development Area” - the Competition Area shall be the real property located in Nowe Mostki, the Circle 0024, Commune Sochaczew with plots No. 82/3, 82/4, 82/5, 83/1, 83/3, 87/1, 87/3, with a total area of 17513m2, marked with Letters A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K in Attachment 10a to the Rules and Regulations.
“Participant” or “Competition Participant” - a natural person, a legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality fulfilling the requirements laid down in the Competition Rules and Regulations.
“Act” - the Act of 29 January 2004, the Public Procurement Law (i.e. Journal of Laws of 2017, Item 1579, as amended).
“Contractor” - a Competition Participant that is to receive the first prize and to be invited to negotiations under the single source procurement procedure to perform the scope of contract compatible with the functional requirements and guidelines described in detail in Attachment 10a to the Rules and Regulations.
“Single Source Procurement” - the public procurement procedure under Article 67.1.2 of the Act to be followed following the award granted in the Competition.