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Old March 23rd, 2013, 06:40 PM   #1
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ADDIS ABABA | Projects & Construction

ADDIS ABABA

Addis Ababa is the capital city of Ethiopia, it is the largest city in Ethiopia with a population of 3,384,569 according to the 2007 population census with annual growth rate of 3.8%. Based on this estimation, the population on the year 2013 would be 4,156,250.

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Here some projects from This East African City:

Commercial Bank of Ethiopia HQ | Office |38 - 52 F | Approved




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ADDIS ABABA | Meles Zenawi International Centre (fmr. Chuan Hui Hotel) | 448m | 99 floors | Proposal


Guangdong Chuan Hui Group is delighted to announce new details about the projects being developed in Ethiopia in general and the Chuan Hui International Tower in Addis Ababa in particular. After negotiations with the Addis Ababa Municipal Authority the Chuan Hui group has secured 41,000 sq m of land in Urael district for the construction of the hotel complex. At the meeting, Mr. Yanlin Liu expressed the future blueprint for Sino-Ethiopian Chuanhui Investment Holding Group: first, to establish the Chuanhui Industry Zone---the largest cement production zone in Ethiopia. Chuanhui Industry Zone will expand another twenty hectors of the land based on the previous forty hectors. The total area for the Industry Zone will reach sixty hectors. Besides the self-built cement plant, it will continue to attract foreign investors and foreign capitals to expand the scale the cement production as far as possible; second, to build the Park Hyatt Addis Ababa hotel which will become the landmark in Ethiopia. The area of the land is around fifty thousand square meters. Once the Park Hyatt Addis Ababa is completed, it will provide and create working opportunities for local people and will also promote the development of local tourism; third, to build the biggest Diesel Generator Supply-Maintenance Center in Ethiopia. Guangdong Chuanhui Group has reached the cooperative agreement with Shandong Zibo Diesel Generator Corporation; forth, to build the Automotive Supply and Maintenance Center. Guangdong Chuanhui Group will cooperate with JAC Group to explore the automotive market. Fifth, Guangdong Chuanhui group will again collaborate with Hyatt Corporation to build the Hyatt Regency hotel in the new Addis Ababa Exhibition Center.

The Chuan Hui International Tower will have 99 floors and rise to a total height of 448 meters currently under consideration, as per the revised plans. Under these new plans, floors 78 to 94 will be occupied by 217 rooms, all of five star quality. The hotel will be managed by the Park Hyatt hotel group. Floors 3 to 55 will be premium office space. The Park Hyatt Addis Ababa will have at least five restaurants, with Chinese cuisine, Ethiopian cuisine, Italian cuisine, and Modern cuisine being represented, as well as a coffee shop and cafe. There are possible plans for a revolving, or at least roof top, restaurant and lounge. The 2600 m2 of conference space will include a plenary hall, a Grand Ballroom and many conference and breakout rooms. Also planned are 10000m of garden grounds, and a 1100-spot underground parking garage. We are currently considering naming the building the Meles Zenawi International Centre, in tribute the the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.

The three ground levels and two basement levels will have 27000 m2 of retail space, accommodating around 60 stores, such as Woolworth's, Nando's, Nakumatt, Kaldi's Coffee, and several other luxury international brands. As a public service, a 1500 m2 library will included in the project. With the Addis Ababa Exhibition Center, we hope the Chuan Hui International Tower will be the keystones of the Urael New Area.

Guangdong Chuan Hui Science and Technology Development Group Co., Ltd., founded in 1989, referred to as Chuan Hui Group, one of the Guangdong Province of the earliest private group companies. Our company was established in 1990, when registered as "Chuan Hui Industrial Co., Ltd.; 1992, with the development of new, registered as" Chuan Hui Industrial Development Co., Ltd.; 1993, the formal establishment of a dubbed the place where name and level of Huiyang County, Sichuan Hui Enterprise Group, December 1994, the company approved as a provincial private sector, Guangdong Province Chuan Hui Enterprise Group was registered in December of that year. 1999, officially renamed as "Chuan Hui, Guangdong Science and Technology Development Group Co., Ltd., has been in use ever since.

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African Union Grand Hotel | 12 F U/C


By Muluken Yewondwossen



Monday, 24 December 2012 08:51


Westin Hotels and Resorts, one of the prominent hotel chains in the world is negotiating to manage the new African Union Grand Hotel which is owned by MIDROC Ethiopia.

The hotel is now under construction in the premises of the African Union (AU) headquarters.
The construction of the five star hotel is currently speeding up and is expected to cost 1.2 billion birr. The state owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia has recently approved 850 million birr loan for the construction of the hotel.

Sources told Capital that officials from Westin, which is one of the esteemed firm on the hospitality industry in the past 80 years, are in the final stages of negotiation to overtake the management of the new hospitality facility of MIDROC.
The African Union Grand Hotel is expected to be operational by 2013 according to its original schedule to coincide with the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the African Union. Westin Hotels and Resorts brand, the largest upscale hotels and resorts brand, is part of Starwood’s Hotels and Resorts Worldwide. It was bought by Starwood in 1994. Especially in the last decade, Westin has focused on expanding globally and since 2005 its number of hotels has grown from 120 locations in 24 countries to over 160 locations in 37 countries by 2011.
The other luxury hotel, Sheraton Addis owned by the Ethiopian born Saudi billionaire Sheik Mohamed Hussen Al Amoudi, is also managed by Sheraton Hotel and Resort, which was formed in 1937 and is one of the luxury brands under Starwood.
African Union Grand Hotel is a complex, multipurpose and standard hotel that is designed for presidents, diplomats and business travelers. It has suites and rooms, meeting rooms, restaurants and bar, swimming pool and spa, grand club, multipurpose ballroom, business center and parking. The city administration has allocated 90,000 square meter of land to MIDROC for the construction of the hotel. But the company has applied for an additional 17,000 square meter of land for a wider security area and comfortable parking lots.
The hotel is mainly intended to accommodate high government officials who come to the capital city for meeting as well as various other reasons.
The hotel will have 31 ministerial suites, 27 presidential suites, distinctly decorated and equipped with unparallel comfort and luxury. It will also have 8 medium size meeting rooms, a large conference room with a 3,500 seating capacity and another one with a capacity of 2,200 seating for banquets.


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SUITES & ROOMS
  • Deluxe rooms are featured with either twin or king size bed.
  • 31 Ministerial Suites.
  • 27 Presidential Suites, distinctly decorated & equipped with unparallel comfort & luxury.
  • All Rooms and Suites are equipped with digital safety box, jewelry line forms, modern jacks for personal computers, elegant desk and chair, infra-red keyboard, WIFI, hi-speed internet, interactive TV system with e-mail access, plasma screen, the most sophisticated phones, more than 50 satellite channels, video and music on demand, independent temperature control and orthopedic mattress.
RESTAURANTS & BAR
  • The restaurants offer African, American, Asian, Italian, Arabian and French cuisines, skillfully prepared by international chefs.
  • All day dining restaurant Italian specialty restaurant
  • Chinese specialty restaurant
  • Indoor & outdoor sky bar
GRAND CLUB
  • Designed for Presidential, Diplomats and Business Travelers, with a private check-in and check-out complimentary full breakfast and all day refreshments. Meeting rooms on every Grand Club.
MEETING ROOMS
  • 8 medium size meeting rooms Equipped with the latest
  • state of the art technology, LCD, slide projector, overhead projector, full scale sound system, clipped/fixed or wireless microphone, internet facilities in every meeting area, ceiling electrical screen, stage lights, portable staging, flip chart, and plasma screen.
  • Translation Conference Hall
  • Video conferencing
MULTI PURPOSE BALLROOM
  • 3,500 seating capacity for conference and shows
  • 2,200 seating capacity for banquets
  • It could also be divided into 4 separate function venues. Accommodating 1,300 guest per venue.
  • Equipped with state of the art audio and visual equipments.
  • A simultaneous translation for up to 6 languages, complimented by the latest auto queue system.
SWIMMING POOL & SPA
  • 346sq.m. swimming pool with bar
  • Fitness room equipped with fitness machines, sauna, & Jacuzzi pools
  • A wide range of treatments form the spa, professional slimming treatment, massage, facial, & body treatment.
PARKING
  • 166 slots open area car parking
  • 236 slots basement car parking
  • 3 slots delivery truck parking
  • 9 slots taxi parking
THE BUSINESS CENTER
  • WIFI internet
  • Full secretarial services
  • Translation Conference Hall
  • Courier services
  • Computer rentals
  • Stationary supplies
  • 24 hr service
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AU Conference Hall | 117 m | $150million | Completed














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Bank of Ethiopia HQ is just amazing!!!


the other towers also look beautiful!!

and the AU HQ are just awersome!!!

great to see all this projects in Ethiopia, I hope you keep posting projects, also the little ones ore restorations!
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ADDIS ABABA (CBD) | NIB Bank HQ | 21 - 33 F | Land clearance

Published On September 16, 2012

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Financial Duo to Launch HQs Construction on Ras Abebe Road

Edifice projected to cost Nib Bank, Nib Insurance over half a billion Birr




Senior managers at Nib International Bank (NIB) and Nib Insurance (NI) share companies, private sister financial institutions, will see a soil test launched in the coming few days, at a construction site that is to erect their joint headquarters.

To be constructed on a little over 3,000sqm plot leased on Ras Abebe Aregay Road, near the National Theater en route the Wabi Shebelle Hotel, the headquarters is designed to have over 33-storey, of which four will be in the basement, according to Tafesse Bogale, chairman and the board of director of NIB. The structure will have a foundation over 30 meters in the ground, much deeper than the 27-meter the headquarters of Awash Bank and Awash Insurance have jointly erected across the street, which has 18-storey.

NIB and NI have acquired a 2,400Sqm of land from the Addis Abeba City Administrations two years ago, and later on added a 700Sqm plot, adjacent to the project site, after city authorities cleared off small shops.


When completed, Nib’s headquarters will be one addition to the Sengatera area which houses financial institutions, in a way observers dubbed as Addis Abeba’s “Wall Street”. The state owned giant, Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) will have erected its headquarters few meters away from this location, while the biggest private bank, Dashen, has its own near completion on Sudan Street, also nearby Nib’s location, and few meters farther from the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE).

Another private bank, United, also has plans to erect its headquarters in this area. Close to 15 architectural firms have entered into contest to win prizes in developing the design for United Bank; close to seven have been shortlisted by a jury, sources in the bank disclosed to Fortune. Wegagen Bank too has a plot in this area, where its board of directors would like to see the bank’s headquarters eventually get erected.

Nib has had similar design contests opened a little over a year ago, where Assefa Consulting Architects & Engineers’ was selected by a jury. However, founder and general manager of the firm, Assefa Gebeyehu, was detained subsequently, before criminally indicted as an accomplice to Yaregal Ayeshesum, former president of Benshangul Gumuz Regional State. Assefa is one of the five defendants still fighting criminal charges for allegedly tampering with a bid process for the construction of three educational institutions, which federal prosecutors claim resulted in construction delay.

The management of Nib companies later on selected Haile Gabriel Consult, Architects & Engineers for the project. Senior managers from Nib and the architecture firm have declined to give details on the development of the project, claiming it is too early to make a public statement.

Nonetheless, the project may cost close to 600 million Br when it gets completed in three years, according to people involved in the project. For a financial twin that has nearly one billion Birr in combined paid-up capital (as in 2011/12), this will be their major capital investment since the bank was established in 1999 and the insurance firm in 2002.

Operating with 57 branches, the latest being opened in Gurd Shola area, NIB has registered a gross profit of 389.8 million Br for the year 2011/12. NI has 21 branches across the country.

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congratulations...addis ababa...
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amazing!
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Yes, i also was amazed by the design from the buildings in this city.


Looks like this building is finished . 14 Fl. From Addis thread posted by kazanchis

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it is incredible!! they are building towers with beautiful designs!!
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ADDIS ABABA | New Merkato Development | Proposed

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United Bank of Addis Ababa Proposal / Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects


ADDIS ABABA | United Bank HQ | 30 F | Approved


Courtesy of Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects


Designed by Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects, their proposal for the United bank of Addis Abada is represented in units coming together into a single entity in a seamless fashion. These units are the shares that make up the bank and shares are the people that came together to make this bank a reality. Conceived as a composition of a tower and podium, the form of the building is articulated with diamond shaped units interwoven together. More images and architects’ description after the break.


Courtesy of Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects

These units cluster into capsules which then recollect to a single entity expressing unity of units. The unit is also the smallest financial unit which comes together in to hundreds, millions and billions to create the financial strength and power in which the bank is well represented in its business.

Courtesy of Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects


This diamond shape forms a unity of units to symbolize the ‘Hibret’/ Unity Bank. At the ground floor, a common plaza with urban landscape is created which lead to different entrances: branch Bank, Headquarters, shopping and rentals. This common plaza serving as a transition place also symbolizes unity- people of different interest are coming to one shared point.

Courtesy of Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects


At the same time the proposed HQ building is thought to respond to the existing urban fabric by responding to different existing heights, human scale and creating urban plaza at the entrance level. Until G+3 is responded by the podium made of different volumes, from G+3 up to G+10 it was responded by larger grains or units forming a façade pattern. Whereas, from G+10 up to G+32 the pattern cascades diminishing upward exaggerating the perspective.
Architects: Söhne & Partner Architects + BET Architects
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Type: Office Building
Year: 2012

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oh! my god! every that you post about amazing projects!! it is incredible!
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Yes i know, before i also never would have expected all those great design for a city like Addis Ababa!
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me neither! haha

but it is great!
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National Stadium and Sports Village / LAVA







Courtesy of LAVALAVA, the Laboratory for Visionary Architecture, and Designsport collaborated with local Ethiopian firm JDAW to win the international architecture competition for a national stadium and sports village, held by the Federal Sport Commission, Ethiopia. Now, football and athletics-loving Ethiopians will have a new FIFA and Olympic-standard 60,000 seat stadium in Addis Ababa thanks to a design that combines local identity with new technology. More images and architects’ description after the break.



Courtesy of LAVAThe Massob, an Ethiopian communal serving basket made from woven grass, inspired the façade material that wraps the stadium. Daniel Assefa also notes: “The form of the stadium structure seen from the top view also recalls coffee beans, the main source of income in Ethiopia and the ‘Mother womb’, the skeleton of one of the first humans, Lucy, which is about 3.2 million years old”. The roof of the stadium, an intelligent membrane, appears like a cloud on the horizon of the vast Ethiopian sky, a lightweight tensile structure floating over the formed-earth landscape.



Courtesy of LAVAThe masterplan includes the IOC-standard stadium for FIFA matches, athletics events, concerts, religious and national festivals; and a sports village comprising indoor and outdoor aquatic centers, outdoor pitches, sports halls and arenas, dormitories and the headquarters for the Federal Sport Commission. Hospitality, retail and commercial zones will ensure that the precinct is vibrant throughout the year.




Courtesy of LAVATectonic structures and movement are the underlying concept for the masterplan. The breathtaking beauty of the surrounding Entoto Hills is the backdrop to a design that responds to the volcanic geology of the region. Gently undulating urban parkland follows the lines of the crater and is conceived as a continuous spatial experience strategically activated to balance movement, climate, experience and efficiency. A central plaza forms the heart of the project and a ridge connects all zones.





masterplanGiant solar powered umbrellas provide shade and shelter whilst pedestrian activated light and water features appear as fissures in the ground surface, providing way finding and creating animated art works.




planChris Bosse, LAVA director, said: “We have gone back to the very origin of stadium design with a sunken arena surrounded by grandstands formed from excavated material. This man-made crater is a clever remodelling of the existing terrain and generates efficient spaces, optimizes environmental performance, minimizes construction costs and integrates facilities within the existing landscape. ”




sectionsAddis architect Daniel Assefa and director of JDAW said: “The design references Ethiopia’s world-famous excavated architecture – centuries-old rock churches, dwellings and cisterns. We see the sports city as a natural extension to this heritage, one that will draw many more visitors to our beautiful country.”
The construction of the stadium is expected to commence in 2014.
Architects: LAVA
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Team: Chris Bosse, Tobias Wallisser and Alexander Rieck with Jarrod Lamshed, Angelo Ungarelli, Vivienne Ni, Paul Bart, Giulia Conti, Alessandra Moschella, Teresa Goyarrola, Manuel Caicoya, Guido Rivai
SportsDesign (architecture and masterplanning): DesignSport: Samantha Cotterell, Basil Kalaitzis, Irene Roccia
Local Architects and Engineers: JDAW Architects: Daniel Assefa and team
Technical and Cultural Coordination: John Shenton, Architect, Urbanist
Client: The Federal Sports Commission of Ethiopia
Size: 60 Hectares
Program: 60,000 seat stadium; athletics track; aquatic center; residential village; headquarters, Federal Sport Commission; and sports halls and arenas
Status: Competition Winner June 2012

Cite:Furuto , Alison. "National Stadium and Sports Village / LAVA" 22 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 04 Apr 2013. http://www.archdaily.com/246504
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