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Competitive dialogue

Tender documentation

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Framework schedule

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2019–2022 | Preparation
03.2022 | Constitutive meeting of the Evaluation Committee
05.2022 | Approval of the project + brief by the Prague City Council
05.2022 | Approval of the project + brief by the Prague City Assembly
05.2022 | Opening the Competitive Dialogue Procurement Procedure
03.06.2022 | Publication of the Contracting Authority’s Profile
07.2022 | Request to participate
08.2022 | Evaluation of the Approach Methodology (in progress)
09.2022 | Evaluation of the Approach Methodology / selection of 5 teams
10.2022 | Opening conference + Tour of the site
12.2022 | Evaluation of concepts / selection of 3 teams
03.2023 | Evaluation of designs
05.2023 | Evaluation of bids + finalised designs
07.2023 | Signing contracts with the winning contractor
¾ 2023 | Finalisation of the study
2025/2026 | Expected date of the launch of implementation

A detailed timetable is specified in the Tender Documentation.

Evaluation committee

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Regular members of the evaluation committee / independent part

Jaroslav-Wertig

Jaroslav Wertig

Chairman of the evaluation committee
Jaroslav Wertig graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in the studio of Professor Ladislav Labus in 1997. Since 2010 he has been running his own studio at the Architectural Institute in Prague. He was a long-time member of the editorial board of the magazine ARCHITEKT (later ad Architektura), the editor of the yearbook Czech Architecture 2002-03. Since 1997, he has been a co-owner of the successful architectural studio A69 – architekti, which was listed among the TOP 101 best young architects in the world by Wallpaper magazine in 2007. Jaroslav Wertig is not only a prolific author but has also won prestigious architectural competitions.
Peter Gero

Peter Gero

Regular member of the evaluation committee / independent part
Peter Gero graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, majoring in civil engineering and transport structures; subsequently graduated in city construction - urban development. He worked for the City Council in Hamburg for thirty years, twelve of which he was the Director of Planning and Development of Hamburg’s central districts. He was responsible for the creation of the HafenCity district with its many interesting buildings by world-class architects. He is currently a consultant to city councils and an educator in urban planning and urban development.
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Štěpánka Šmídová

Regular member of the evaluation committee / independent part
Štěpánka Šmídová graduated from the Czech University of Life Sciences in Agricultural Engineering - Horticulture. At the Mendel University in Brno she studied Garden and Landscape Architecture. She completed a study stay at the Universität für Bodenkultur in Vienna and currently runs her own studio, Šmídová Landscape Architects. She tries to show professionals and the public that landscape architecture is increasingly influencing our everyday lives and that it is worth taking a look at what our surroundings look like. She regularly participates in thematic conferences and lectures.
Jana Pyšková

Jana Pyšková

Regular member of the evaluation committee / independent part
Jana Pyšková studied horticulture in Lednice na Moravě (today part of Mendel University in Brno). She is a member of the Czech Chamber of Architects and an authorised landscape architect. She tries to apply the principles of sustainability in her landscaping projects. She also gives lectures not only at professional conferences and exhibitions, but also for the general public. Her work has been awarded many times in the Garden of the Year competition.
Igor Marko

Igor Marko

Regular member of the evaluation committee / independent part
Igor Marko studied architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava. Subsequently, he gained experience abroad, especially in London, where he co-founded the interdisciplinary design studio Marko&Placemakers. As its director, he led a number of transformational projects in Europe and North America, including Northala Fields Park in London and Irwell River Park, a comprehensive waterfront regeneration strategy in Manchester. As an architect, urban planner and urban designer for 25 years, Igor Marko has advised on and delivered successful projects that transcend architecture. His experimental approach to urban design has resulted in winning contracts for visionary projects such as London Without Cars, which set the scene for the transformation of London‘s pedestrian and cycling environment.
Zdeněk Lukeš

Zdeněk Lukeš

Regular member of the evaluation committee / independent part
Zdeněk Lukeš graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University. After graduation he joined the National Technical Museum, where he worked in the architecture archive. After the revolution in 1990, he started working at the Prague Castle, where he became a member of the cultural section and then the conservation department. He participated in the project of revitalisation of the Prague Castle during the era of President Václav Havel. In 1995-1997 he worked as an assistant professor at the University of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM). From 2000 to 2005 he was a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University in Liberec, and from 2000 to 2003, he held the position of Dean of this faculty. He is the author and co-author of many articles and books, lectures, critical works and teaching texts. As part of his practice, he also organises lectures for the general public.

Regular members of the evaluation committee / dependent part


Petr Hlaváček

Regular member of the evaluation committee / dependent part
Petr Hlaváček graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University, where he has taught since 1990. In 1991 he founded the architectural studio RUA with architect Hana Seho-Münzová. In 1993 he was a visiting professor at the University of Michigan College of Architecture. In 2010, he became Vice-Dean for Development of the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University and founded the studio Headhand Architects. In 2015-2016 he served as the director of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development. Since 2018, he has been the 1st Deputy Mayor of the Capital of Prague for urban development and land use planning.

Jan Šurovský

Regular member of the evaluation committee / dependent part
Jan Šurovský completed his engineering studies at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University (1997), and his doctoral studies at the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University (2003). His entire working career has been connected with transport companies, where he has worked since 1994, starting as a tram driver (he is licensed to drive all types of Prague Public Transport trams). Since 2005, he has held many managerial positions: Head of the Vokovice Depot, Head of the Tramway Transportation Unit, Technical Director, Head of the Historical Vehicles Section, current Technical Director – Surface Transport. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy, a.s., which will be the investor of the project of the new tramway line Muzeum-Bolzanova.
Jan Rak

Jan Rak

Regular member of the evaluation committee / dependent part
Jan Rak is the Director of the Property Management Department of the Prague City Hall, which is the administrator of Vrchlického sady Park and the investor of the revitalisation project.
Michal Kliský

Michal Kliský

Regular member of the evaluation committee / dependent part
Michal Kliský graduated from the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University in Transport Systems and Technology in 2014. From 2014, he worked at the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic, where he held the position of Ministerial Councillor at the Strategy Department specialising in rail transport from 2014 to 2020. Since 2020, he has held the position of Ministerial Councillor in the Rail and Navigation Infrastructure Division of the Department of Infrastructure and Land Use Planning. The main issues dealt with include the modernisation of dispatching buildings on the railway network in the Czech Republic together with a comprehensive assessment of the possibilities for railway network development.
Petr Hofhanzl

Petr Hofhanzl

Vice – Chairman of the evaluation committee
Born in 1975, Peter Hofhanzl graduated from the Secondary Industrial School of Civil Engineering in Prague, then graduated from the Czech Technical University, majoring in Structures and Transport with a specialisation in steel bridges. His first job was with Czech Railways, Investment Department; in 2003 he joint Správa železnic where he worked as a specialist in bridge and tunnel structures. In 2014, he assumed the position of Director of the Construction Preparation Department, and since 2018 he has been Director of the Construction Administration-West.

Alternates to regular members / independent part

Jiří Janďourek

Jiří Janďourek

Alternate to regular members / independent part
Architect, urban planner, teacher, musician. Jiří Janďourek graduated in civil engineering from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Brno University of Technology and in architecture and urbanism from the Faculty of Art and Architecture at the Technical University of Liberec. He is currently a lecturer in the Urban Planning Department and works on his PhD thesis on Architecture and Music (“Spatial Interpretation of Contemporary Classical Music”). In 2011 he was the head of an international project “Liberec – a town with a vision for the 21st century” - a structural plan for the town of Liberec. He is a frequent juror of architectural and urban planning competitions. Together with Jana Janďourková Medlíková, he founded the architectural studio Atakarchitekti, where they worked together on the preparation of award-winning public and private structures. Their joint projects include the New City Hall in Liberec, the Reconstruction of T.G.M. Square in Frýdlant v Čechách, the IGI Community Centre in Vratislavice nad Nisou, Building G of the Technical University in Liberec, and the reconstruction of the historic house U Páva in Liberec. Since 2019, he has been the head of the Department of the City Architecture Office - KAM L at the Liberec City Hall. In his spare time, he enjoys music and travelling for architecture. He is the author of the music for the play Sialská trojčata.

Markéta Zdebská

Alternate to regular members / independent part
Markéta Zdebská graduated from the University of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague and completed a work placement in Josef Pleskot’s studio. She founded the BY architects studio, whose projects have been published in Czech and international publications. In addition to nominations for the Czech Architecture Awards and other awards in public competitions, the studio is part of the team of authors of the winning design of the Revitalisation of Charles Square in Prague. Markéta a is regular member of juries in public and student competitions and in May 2022 was elected to the Board of Directors of the Czech Chamber of Architects.
Milota Sidorová

Milota Sidorová

Alternate to regular members / independent part
Milota Sidorová studied landscape architecture and urban planning at universities in Europe, Asia and America. In 2013 she received a Fulbright scholarship and was a founding member of the international urban planning festival reSITE. She is currently the Director of the Office of Participatory Planning at the Bratislava City Institute
Klára Brůhová

Klára Brůhová

Alternate to regular members / independent part
Klára Brůhová graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Czech Technical University and Art History at the Faculty of Fine Arts and the University of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM). She specialises in the history of architecture and urbanism of the 20th century, with a focus on post-war buildings and issues of their conservation. She currently works at the Department of Theory and History of Art at the University of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague and at the Institute of Theory and History of Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
Kamila Krejčiříková

Kamila Krejčiříková

Alternate to regular members / independent part
Kamila Krejčiříková graduated from Mendel University in Brno with a degree in Garden and Landscape Architecture and co-founded the Ateliér Krejčiříkovi studio, which focuses on landscape architecture. In her practice, she specialises in the restoration of historical buildings, where she brings life back to well-known and forgotten gardens. She has won several prestigious awards for her work, including the Europa Nostra Grand Prix and the German Design Award.
Jan Magasanik

Jan Magasanik

Alternate to regular members / independent part
Jan Magasanik is an architect from Ústí nad Labem, living in Copenhagen, Denmark, and working in the BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group studio. He graduated in architecture from the Faculty of Art and Architecture of the Technical University in Liberec.

Alternates to regular members / dependent part

Adam-Scheinherr

Adam Scheinherr

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Adam Scheinherr graduated from the engineering program with a focus on mechanical engineering from the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen and subsequently obtained a master’s degree with a scientific specialisation at the Université de la Méditerranée in Marseille and a PhD at the École Centrale in Marseille. During his PhD studies he worked at CNRS in Marseille as a researcher. Since 2018, he has been the Deputy Mayor of the Capital of Prague for Transport.
Filip-Jirik

Filip Jiřík

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Filip Jiřík graduated from the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University in Prague. From 2004 to 2016 he worked as a designer of transport structures and participated in many projects for the construction of new tram lines. Since 2016 he has worked for Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy as a project manager in the Investment – Surface Transport Department, specialising in the preparation of new constructions on the tram network.
Jakub Hendrych

Jakub Hendrych

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Jakub graduated in architecture and urban planning from the Faculty of Arts and Architecture of the Technical University of Liberec. He has long been involved in the creation of public space in the city and works as an architect at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development. As a chief architect, he participated in the landscaping of the surroundings of the Historical Building of the National Museum in Prague. He is the guarantor of the Competition Brief for the project of the Capital City of Prague and the Prague Public Transit Company.
Antonín Krejčí

Antonín Krejčí

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Antonín Krejčí graduated in law in Bratislava in 1986 and from the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics of the Czech University of Agriculture in Prague in 2018. His entire professional practice is focused on public administration. He is a renowned expert in public procurement. Currently, he works as a lawyer for the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure. He is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Operational Economics of the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, Department of Law.

Jakub Cigler

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Jakub Cigler graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University. He is the author of significant buildings not only in the Czech Republic but also abroad and the holder of several Czech and international awards. He is the guarantor of the Competition Brief for the project of Správa železnic, státní organizace.

Marek Zděradička

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Marek Zděradička graduated from the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University in Prague, majoring in territorial transport infrastructure in 1999. Currently he is the Deputy Director of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development. He is also the Director of the Infrastructure and Landscape Division.
Miroslav Penc

Miroslav Penc

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
A graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University and a graduate of the doctoral programme of the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University, Miroslav Penc has worked for a long time in Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy, where he is the head of the Tramway Transportation Unit responsible for the administration, maintenance, repairs and reconstruction of the infrastructure for tramway and newly developing trolleybus transport.

Lukáš Tittl

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Lukáš graduated from the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University in the field of transport systems and technology in 2015. Since 2013 he has worked at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development, specialising in transport policy and sustainable mobility since 2013. His main focus is on the functioning of transport as a service for passengers. He is involved in the new Smíchov terminal, the landscaping of the surroundings of the Historical Building of the National Museum, and the drafting of the Prague Metropolitan Railway Development Strategy. Since 2019, he has also been a lecturer on sustainable mobility at the Faculty of Transport at the Czech Technical University.
Pavel Paidar

Pavel Paidar

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
After graduating from the Czech Technical University in Prague, Pavel Paidar joined a private construction company where he held various positions. Since 2003, he has been employed by Správa železnic, first at the Construction Administration Plzeň and later at the Construction Administration West, where he was involved in the preparation of investment projects. Currently, he works for Správa železnic as the Director of the Construction Preparation Department of the Railway Modernisation Section at the General Directorate of Správa železnic, státní organizace.
Jakub Bazgier

Jakub Bazgier

Alternate to regular members / dependent part
Jakub Bazgier graduated from the University of Technology in Brno, Faculty of Civil Engineering, with a specialisation in building construction. In addition, he is a certified real estate appraiser. After his studies he was employed in a small development company in Brno, which focused on the construction of office buildings. In his further career, he spent less than a year working for the Ministry of Transport. As he wanted to connect his professional activity mainly with investments and construction of transport infrastructure, he became a project manager at Správa železnic. After a few years, he left the Správa železnic for some time and continued to work on the construction of aeronautical buildings at the Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic, both in terms of preparation and implementation. After this mission he returned to Správa železnic, where he now works as a Technical Deputy for the Prague Region.