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Old October 10th, 2013, 01:53 PM   #81
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Ethiopian’s Deal with BET Architects for HQ Finally Takes Wing

The management of Ethiopian Airlines has finally inked a deal with BET Architects Plc, and its foreign partner Soehene Partners Architects, for the supervision work of its headquarters planned inside Bole International Airport.

After prolonged negotiations that took almost a year, the agreement was signed on Friday, February 17, 2012, between Yissehak Zewoldi, vice president of Alliances & Corporate Strategic Planning at Ethiopian, and Tesfamariam Teshome, manager, senior partner, and architect at BET Architects Plc.

About a year ago, February 2011, the jury installed by the national carrier selected an architectural entry made by BET Architects Plc, in collaboration with Soehene Partners Architects, an Austrian company. The design was selected to build the headquarters of Ethiopian on a 50,000sqm plot, estimated to cost 350 million Br.

The design took into consideration both local and international contexts, in meeting the structural, corporate, and organisational programme of the airline’s vision for 2025, according to Tesfamariam.

This was not the first time for the airline to announce an architectural design contest for its headquarters design. Back in September 2009, the airline, which was not satisfied enough with submissions to select a first prize, had cancelled the first contest without selecting a winner.

A jury of five, comprising of Asnake Adamu (PhD), civil engineer and instructor at Addis Abeba University (AAU); Yonas Alemayehu, Solomon Kassa, Zegeye Cherinet, and Eskinder Wubetu, all architects and instructors at AAU, had selected Ultimate Plan Plc, Sileshi Consult Plc, Mulugeta Asfaw Consult, and Gereta Consult from second to fourth positions, respectively. Ultimate was awarded 180,000 Br, while the third and fourth submissions received 130,000 Br and 80,000 Br, respectively.

But, the largest prize was to come from the follow-up contractual deals that the airline was supposed to enter with the winning firm in order to provide consulting and supervision services during the construction phase. Normally, local architectural firms take an average of two to three per cent of the total construction cost of a project to pay for their work in design, consultancy, and supervision. Nonetheless, if the project cost is much lower, the fee could go as high as 10pc, according to industry experts.

Although jury members were selected during the first contest based on recommendations from the Association of Ethiopian Architects (AEA), the result was not endorsed by the Association. The quality of the contest then was not befitting of the airline’s stature, believed the management, which was also unhappy with the number of entries, sources at the airlines had told Fortune in October 2010.

However, the airline's decision not to award the contract to the second winner in the contest raised controversy between the national carrier and managers of Ultimate Plan Plc.

Begziyabher Alebel, major shareholder of Ultimate Plan, and its general manager, declined to comment.

The management went ahead with a second round, after inviting the Association to oversee the architectural design competition of close to 15 firms. Solomon, Zegeye and Asnake, from the previous jury, joined the second jury with Biruk Teffera, an architect and secretary of the Association, and Elias Yitbarek (PhD), the president.

The airline had allocated up to one million Birr to be paid as a prize for competitors, payment for the jury members and related expenses of the competition, senior officials at Ethiopian disclosed to Fortune.

It was won by BET Architects Plc and Soehene Partners Architects, a collaboration that subcontracted Afro-European Engineers, Sanmech Consult, and Buker Electrical Consultancy Plc jointly with Tefera Feleke Electrical Design Plc, for structural, sanitary, mechanical, and electrical engineering work, respectively.

The design of BET satisfied the jury members, who were following the airline’s specific demands about organisational structure, flexibility of use and expansion, as well as forward-looking plans, Biruk had told Fortune, after the announcement of the selected design was made.

BET was established in March 2003, with a registered capital of 120,000 Br, by Tesfamariam and Daniel Alemahew, who are instructors at Addis Abeba University’s Ethiopian Institute of Architects & Building Construction (EiABC). The firm has undertaken projects such as the 200 million Br Wolkite General Hospital and Hawassa University’s expansion project, which was awarded to it last year.

“We are happy to sign the agreement,” Tesfamariam said. “It will be a historic experience.”

The total built-up space of the four-storey building will rest on a 15,500sqm footprint. It will contain building management services, security systems, air conditioning, interior and landscape designs, as well as an underground parking space.

BET and Soehene Partners Architects will collaborate in turning their three-dimensional depiction into a detailed design as well as in the supervision and construction of the headquarters. The detailed design work, which requires intensive architectural assessment of each application, taking advantage of technology transfers from Soehene Partners Architects, will take a minimum of six months, Tesfamariam told Fortune.

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KAZANCHIS, Addis Ababa | Elilly Hotel | Completed
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And here's an other project.

Concept of new Addis Ababa ZOO

The New Zoo for Addis Ababa
Origins and Aims
The development of a new zoological garden in Addis Ababa is a project that brings together a number of global aims: conservation, urban development and capacity building. This project was triggerd by the suboptimal conditions under which the lions live in the Lion Zoo in Addis Ababa. These animals descend from the lions that traditionally lived on the palace grounds in Addis Ababa because the lion is the national animal of Ethiopia. It is probable that these fifteen adult lions and three cubs are either a subspecies of their own or a subspecies that is extinct elsewhere (Berber Lions, Cape Lions). Due to their uniqueness and their cultural significance it is of highest priority to house these animals under appropriate conditions. Unfortunately, in 2006 several cubs had to be euthanized due to a shortage of space. This should be avoided under all circumstances in the future. A new comprehensive concept for the zoo in Addis Ababa is to be developed and the city partnership between Addis Ababa and Leipzig is an ideal platform for this project. The zoos of the two cities have been working together on veterinary issues since early 2007. On top of that the City of Addis Ababa has asked the City of Leipzig to support the development of the Addis Ababa Zoo. The project for the new zoo will not only house the lions in ideal conditions, but offers the possibility to showcase efforts to tackle global issues like conservation, urban development and capacity building.

Conservation
A great number of international conventions and programs support the protection of the earth‘s biodiversity and the cultural heritage of mankind. In order to realize these goals both expertise and education are necessary. The aim of a modern zoo is to connect both these acitivities. Ethiopia has a rich and unique endemic fauna which is threatened by extinction in many cases. Because of their unique wildlife a number of game reserves are under protection, e.g. the Simien Mountains are inscribed in the UNESCO‘s World Heritage List. Despite various efforts against poaching and unplanned human settlements there remains a great need to protect Ethiopia‘s biodiversity. The zoo can serve as a source of information, explanation and raise awareness among the broader, interested public about the value of the local fauna and its protection. The zoo should not only focus on the lions with their zoological and cultural significance, but offer all regions of Ethiopia a chance to present their unique fauna and to sensitize the population to conservation issues. Moreover, the transfer of research and knowledge would be intensified through co-operation between Leipzig and Addis Ababa zoos and new cooperation with the Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and members of the World Zoos and Aquariums Association. The new zoo should serve as a conservation platform to foster the scientific basis and public awareness of Ethiopia‘s biodiversity.

Urban Development
Megacities are already a reality in Asia and Latin America. African cities have rarely reached those dimensions, but will do so in future. Urban growths in Addis Ababa is rapid. Today the city has four million inhabitants, in the next decade it will reach six million. This makes Addis Ababa a megacity of tomorrow. The urban fabric is extremely dense and compact due to poverty and the lack of affordable public transport. Open spaces and more so green spaces hardly exist and can only be realized if there is a specific program for their use. The establishment of a zoological garden offers a unique opportunity to create a green space within the city which is protected from settlement and yet remains accessible to all. Such oasis in the dense urban fabric are urgently required and have high ecological and social value in view of ongoing urban growth.

Capacity Building
The worldwide focus of development cooperation has shifted from large infrastructure projects to structural issues and capacity building. The zoo project in Addis Ababa connects various fields of development co-operation. It facilitates transfer of knowledge and capacities in various areas, e.g. zoology, conservation, veterinary medicine, education, marketing, project management, urban planning and architecture. All of these issues can be operationalized on the platform of the city partnership. Through this project capacities can be very concretely developed through on-the-job training and cooperation.

Status and Opportunities
The Lion Zoo in Addis Ababa
The existing Lion Zoo in the north of Addis Ababa is home to fifteen adult lions and three lion cubs that are housed in eight cages. The lion enclosure conforms to minimum standards but does not comply with international recommendations for species-appropriate accommodation. The visitor experience is limited by the double grill, reflective railings and the fact that a special fee has to be paid for closer viewing. In addition, there is no room to extend the 1.5 hectare area which is located in a dense inner-city area.
In the short term it would be possible to improve the lion enclosure by simple means such as increasing the cage area, using sand as a species-appropriate surface and new dark coloured railings to reduce reflection. In the long term however it is not possible to upgrade the existing premises to international standards.
Despite its limitations the Lion Zoo draws about one million visitors per year and is an important institution in Addis Ababa. This demonstrates the potential that a zoo planned according to today‘s standards would have.

Ethiopian Landscapes and Endemic Species (Mixed-species exhibits)
Endemic species
The new zoological gardens in Ethiopia‘s capital city should aim to sensitize citizens to the beauty of their homeland, its landscapes and its fauna. It should educate them about the value of the endemic species and the biological and ethical background of their conservation. Therefore only species that are or were found in Ethiopia should be selected for the zoo, especially those which are threatened by extinction. The housing of the "Abyssinian" lion plays a central role in this approach. Furthermore, the zoo should serve as a research centre and a link to the national parks (ex-situ and in-situ conservation). As part of an integral tourism strategy the zoo can be a departure point for trips to the national parks.
The endemic species should be mixed according to their regional origin in Ethiopia in landscaped enclosures featuring the respective regional flora and topography. The premises should be designed according to the principle of ‚immersing exhibits‘. The animals appear in their natural environments while necessary barriers and technical facilities are hidden. The grounds should not be completely visible from one single point so that visitors can experience the landscape through several vistas.
Ethiopian Landscapes (the following landscapes have been suggested):
- Awash-Canyon and Savannah
- Simien-Mountains
- Danakil-Depression
- Ogaden-Desert
- Blue Nile-Riverbank
- Omo-Valley
A total size of 25 ha for landscapes, aviary, closed enclosures, petting zoo, service areas, visitor centre and research centre is estimated. Further design features are based on typical elements of the Ethiopian landscape. Acacias and Junipers should be planted. Baobab (Adansonia digitata) and African Tulip (Spathodea campanulata) are suitable to provide shade and decoration. However, it is necessary to clarify whether the Baobab can grow at high altitudes. Borders and barriers can be made as moats, dry ditches or fencing hidden in thorn-bushes or stone walls. Shaded walkways and ‚hides‘ (observation huts) should be provided for the visitors. The entrance can be designed as a lion gate.

Aims
The equally important tasks of the zoo are in accordance with the aims of the World Conservation Strategy of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums:
- promote environmental education, wildlife conservation and environmental research
- promote conservation in close cooperation with the national parks
- sensitize the public to the necessity of conservation and biodiversity
- participate in research and teaching
- design of the zoo as a site for leisure and entertainment



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ADDIS ABABA | Sanka Multimedia Center | Proposed



Client: Ethiomedia Plc / Sheik Mohammed Al Amoudi

Project completion: 2015

Project cost: USD 80 million

Project features: Modern commercial facility including shopping mall, movie theater, food court, high end restaurants, gymnasium, outdoor plaza with 3 basement level parking.














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Addis Ababa Bole International Airport | Expansion

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Looks like there maybe a plan to connect Bole terminal 1 and the terminal 2. Not sure if this is part of the expansion they recently launched or not (I know they were supposed to expand the parking aprons), but found it on the website Yoniii posted:

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AYERTENA SHOPPING AND LEISURE CENTER




STATUSIn progress

PROGRAM
Commercial, Leisure
LOCATIONAddis Ababa, Ethiopia

CLIENT
Mengsteab Meharie Weldelassie
SURFACE
28.000 m2
TIME
2012-...DATA
Comission TEAM
Architecture: XVA
Director: Xavier Vilalta
Project team: Maria Rosaria Favoino, Annie Michaelides, Aliosman Gurbuz, Morgan

Structural and MEP: K2N Engineering
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The new Shopping Mall & Leisure Centre is located in an area in development in Addis Ababa. The surrounding buildings under construction define a very dense neighbourhood based on middle rise residential buildings and a car based street system.
The shapes of the place which is not regular generate a complex geometry of the plan.
A rectangular plan, aligned to the main axes of communication, joined with a cone in the vertex.
The different geometry defines the different programs: in the rectangular portion is the Shopping Mall and in the conical portion the Leisure Centre.


A large courtyard defines the distribution around the shops.
Two passageways, parallel to the tangent of the conical surface, cut the courtyard in the middle, and generate the communication guidelines inside the building.
The facade idea is a ventilated wall made with polymer concrete system inspired from these beautiful patterns of the traditional Ethiopian dresses.
The ventilated facade plays an important part in the overall appearance of the whole site; its colors create a pleasing contrast with the landscaped surroundings
The roof contains gathering and recreational areas, a new urban oasis protected from the rain and the sun.



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ENTOTO HOUSES




STATUSIn progress

PROGRAMHouses
LOCATIONAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
CLIENTPrivate
SURFACE
1700 m2
TIME2013-2015DATA
Commission TEAMArchitecture: XVA
Director: Xavier Vilalta

Project Leaders: Maria Rosaria Favoino
, Selas Araya

Design Team: David D'Andrea, Chris Piskozub, Flaminia Scoca, Lidia Greinert, Agnieszka Piotrowicz Local
Architect: Kinfe Tsige Structural: Addis Teshome Electrical: Solomon Demissie TegegnSite


Mount Entoto is the highest peak overlooking the city of Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. Mount Entoto is part of the Entoto mountain chain, reaching 3,200 meters above sea level.
It is also a historical place where Menelik II resided and built his palace, when he came from Ankober and founded Addis Ababa. It is considered a sacred mountain and holds many monasteries. It is also notable as the location of a number of celebrated churches, including Saint Raguel and Saint Mary.

Existing house
The existing building located on the site is over 100 years old, and was constructed during Emperor Menelik’s reign. Later additions and modifications were preformed mainly to the foundation, roof, and wall finishes.
The building is constructed using mostly local materials such as mud, wood, corrugated iron sheet metal for the roofing, glass with wooden framing, and stone for the foundation. Mortar plaster was used as a new finish treatment to the external mud wall cladding. All interior floors are finished with wood planks.

New house
A common strategy in proportions, materials and relationship with the site is considered when designing the extension of the existing house and a new house in the same plot.
Most of the new built area is placed underground and the two new volumes on the top of the hill created a dialogue with the exisitng house.





















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Bole Lemi Industrial Zone | U/C

Ethiopia to Open First Industrial Zone to Bolster Economy
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Ethiopia will spend 900 million birr ($49 million) to open its first industrial hub for export- oriented manufacturers in a bid to deliver faster economic growth, Industry Minister Mekonnen Manyazewal said.
South Korean garment-makers are among companies in talks with the government about establishing operations at the planned site in the capital, Addis Ababa, Mekonnen said in an interview in the city on March 15. The facility is scheduled to open before the fiscal year ends on July 7, he said.
“This is one of the key strategies to facilitate and support foreign and domestic private-sector partners and particularly to enhance exports,” Mekonnen said. “It’s key for our industrialization.”
The economy of Ethiopia expanded an annual average of 10.6 percent for the eight years through 2011, double the rate of all of Africa, according to the World Bank. The Horn of African economy runs on a mixture of state dominance of large industries such as banking, telecommunications and power with private investment in manufacturing and agriculture.
The project is known as the Bole Lemi Industrial Zone and covers 156 hectares (385 acres). It’s designed to help companies such as agro-processors, pharmaceutical-makers and textile manufacturers produce and sell value-added goods and boost revenue from exports. The government is building roads, electricity and telecommunications infrastructure at the site and it will offer tax incentives for industries based there.
Trade Zones
Ethiopia is ranked 127th out of 185 nations in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index, behind African countries including Swaziland and Kenya. Companies are hindered by a lack of protection of investment and barriers to cross-border trading, according to the World Bank. The bank’s International Finance Corp. is contributing to a $10 million project to help Ethiopia ease investment rules for businesses.
Similar zones are being considered in at least five other locations including, Kombolcha, 158 miles northeast of Addis Ababa, and Dire Dawa, a self-administered city about 228 miles east of the capital, Mekonnen said.
The government is making a push to attract private investment with plans to convert its investment agency into a “one-stop service” for new companies to register, Mekonnen said. It is also introducing measures to speed the clearance of exports and imports at the border, he said.
Tax Breaks
The government passed a law last year offering income tax breaks of as long as six years for manufacturers of items including leather products, sugar and textiles. Producers who send 60 percent or more of their goods abroad will receive an additional two-year income-tax exemption, Mekonnen said.
Tax incentives on imported capital goods are reserved for existing investors and companies planning to expand their operations by more than 50 percent, according to the law.
“If there’s no expansion you are not creating new capacity,” Mekonnen said. “The reason we give incentives is to encourage re-investment.”
Huajian Group, a Chinese shoemaker, said last year it plans to invest $2 billion over a decade building a new manufacturing zone on the outskirts of Addis Ababa.
To contact the reporter on this story: William Davison in Addis Ababa at [email protected]
To contact the editor responsible for this story: Nasreen Seria at [email protected]

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This is what I got for 'Ramada Addis' from google images search;

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Animated renders of what the downtown Addis neighborhoods might look like in a few years.

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