Architects Without Frontiers invite EOIs, Uganda

December 17, 2012

Architects without Frontiers are inviting expressions of interest to provide pro-bono services for the design of a new HIV Centre in southern Uganda.

Architects Without Frontiers (AWF) have been approached by the Cotton On Foundation to design an HIV Centre in the village of Mannya in Southern Uganda, and are inviting expressions of interest to provide pro-bono services for its design.

AWF is seeking to work with an Australian architecture firm that has experience in the healthcare sector to visit the site in mid-January 2013 and by mid-February come up with a conceptual design for the project, through consultation with AWF and the local Ugandan Cotton On Foundation team.

While design work would be done on a pro-bono basis, all travel related costs would be provided. The review panel will include AWF Board members and staff, Andrew Mackenzie, Norman Day, Phil Ward, Esther Charlesworth and Leeanne Marshall.

The brief will be distributed by Thursday 13 December and the request for brief capability submissions would need to be submitted by Thursday December 20. The decision on the appropriate architect to design the HIV Centre would be made by December 23,  so that there is time to plan travel accordingly.

Click here for more information and to download EOI form.

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