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HAITI | Projects & Construction

it seems that world has forgotten Haiti, so I think that is good that all of us try to investigate what is happening in Haiti

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PORT-AU-PRINCE | Marriott Hotel Port-au-Prince | 13fl


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Marriott and Digicel broke ground on their new Haiti hotel project Wednesday morning.

The 175-room hotel is a partnership between the hotel company and the telecom giant.

“We saw the need for a leading hotel brand in Haiti to accommodate the wave of travelers coming to do business in the country,” said Arne Sorenson, President and Chief Executive Officer at Marriott International, in a release.

“We believe we can make a difference in Haiti by creating jobs and developing the human talent that can help lift this country over time back to its rightful place as one of the top destinations in the Caribbean.”
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PORT-AU-PRINCE | Hilton Garden Inn Port-au-Prince | 11fl

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Hilton has signed an agreement to open its first hotel in Haiti.

After what was reportedly a four-year-long process, the company signed an agreement on Thursday to open a Hilton Garden Inn in Port-au-Prince.

The project will have at least 150 rooms, according to the Ministry of Tourism. It will also be the first Hilton Garden Inn in the Caribbean region, where the company currently has eight branded hotels.

Tedd Middleton, vice president of development for Hilton World Wide America, was on hand for the signing ceremony, which took place at the Visa Lodge Hotel. The Visa Lodge will be a partner in the project, according to the Ministry of Tourism.

Middleton said he was proud to see that Haiti would be home to its first Hilton Garden Inn.

Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, who was also on hand for the ceremony, said the agreement sent a strong message to businessmen around the world to come down to invest.

“Haiti is moving forward to attract investment,” Lamothe said.

It would be the latest large hotel brand to enter the Caribbean country, which has been making a renewed tourism push in recent years.

A Marriott hotel is set to open in 2015, and a Best Western Premier hotel opened in Port-au-Prince’s Petion-Ville suburb in the spring of 2015.

The property is slated to debut in Haiti in 2016. .

It would be Hilton’s first entry to the country after originally planning to open a hotel in Haiti in the early part of the 2000s.
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PORT-AU-PRINCE | Port-au-Prince Reconstruction Masterplan | U/C

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Haiti - Reconstruction : The new Haiti is emerging
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Wednesday, the Government presented the progress of the major priority projects, their costs and funding sources. Today we note that the major projects of reconstructions are multiplying and that the new Haiti is emerging.

Corridor administrative :
The cost of construction of the Ministry of the Interior is estimated at $17.5million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), and will create 150 jobs. The building is under construction, 53 piles completed (on 72), the end of the work is planned for January 2014.

The cost of construction of the Ministry of Commerce is estimated at $17.5 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), and will create 150 jobs. The building is currently under construction, foundation piles completed, load tests are completed, beginning of the rebar of foundations. The end of work is scheduled for December 2013.



The cost of construction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is estimated at $17.5 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), and will create 150 jobs. The building is under construction, difficulties were encountered in excavations (organic matter and rainfall), beginning of backfilling, end of work is scheduled for March 2014.

The cost of construction of Palace of Finance (MEF, AGD, DGI), is estimated at $40 million (Funding: IMF debt relief). Plans are underway, the start of construction is scheduled for June 2013 and the end of December 2014.

The cost of construction of Parliament, is estimated at 33-34 million, depending on the option chosen (Financing: Debt Relief IMF) and will create 275 jobs. Plans are completed, pending parliamentary approval, the end of work is scheduled for January 2015.



The cost of construction of the Court of Cassation, is estimated at $ 10 million (Funding: IMF debt relief). Plans are underway, the start of construction is scheduled for March 2013 and the end of March 2014.

The construction cost of the Villa d'Acceuil, is estimated at $2.5 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), and will create 75 jobs. The original architectural plans are used, construction is underway, foundations and walls of the first level, end of work is scheduled for August 2013.



Other major projects :
The Place Boyer is under construction at an estimated cost of $ 1 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), and will create 60 jobs, end of work is scheduled for March 2013.

The work of Triomphe, are estimated at $ 5 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), the site will create 100 jobs. Plans are completed, debris removal is underway, end of work is scheduled for December 2013.

For the city of Jacmel, the work of Seaside are estimated at $3 million, Hotel $5.5 million, Convention Center 2.5 million, Public Place $1 million, and the Rue du Commerce 1.5 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), will create 275 jobs. Plans of the Hotel are underway, finalizing plans for the new public square, setting up piles of seaside, protective wall of seaside and backfilling, installation of the new roof of the Convention Center, masonry work of the Convention Center underway, end of work is scheduled for March 2014.

At the level of Morne Cabri, the cost of housing component (3,000 units) is estimated at $48 million, the Industrial Park to $ 10 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), they will create 345 jobs. The end of work is scheduled for January 2014.

At the level of sports infrastructure, it is expected Departmental Centres at an estimated cost of $ 850,000 per centers, and communal Centre at an estimated cost of 135,000 dollars by Centres (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury). The Departmental Centres will create 50 jobs by Centre and the communal 35 by Centre. Construction is underway in Jacmel, Mirebalais, Les Cayes, Gonaives and Ouanamithe, the end of work is planned for March 2014.

At the level of neighborhood of Jalousie, Phase 1 (paint) is estimated at $ 2 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), will create 1,000 jobs, Phase 2 (rehabilitation) is estimated at $28 million (Funding: PetroCaribe-Treasury), will create 2.500 jobs, The opening of bids has/has occurred, start of work on December 1, end of the work scheduled for December 2014.
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Haïti-reconstruction:les images du nouveau Port-au-Prince





Le maire de Port-au-Prince Jean Yves Jason a dévoilé mercredi le projet de reconstruction de la capitale et des ses environs, selon un plan réalisé par une firme haïtienne prévoyant de rebâtir le centre-ville en 5 ans avec un budget de 3,3 milliards de dollars.


Les plans de l'architecture de la nouvelle capitale propose la rue du champs comme le nouveau quartier des ministères. Un quartier financier ainsi qu'un village des artisans sont également prévus dans la nouvelle vision de la capitale.
Le projet qui bénéficie du soutien du président de la République a été préparé par le Centre haïtien de recherche en aménagement et en développement présidé par l'ingénieur Jean Lucien Ligondé.
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Port-au-Prince 2.0: A City of Urban Villages?
BY GREG LINDSAY | JANUARY 26, 2011



Can Port-au-Prince be saved? More than a year after a catastrophic earthquake devastated Haiti, much of the capital is still rubble, with basic infrastructure (water, power, sewage) nonexistent. Reclaiming the core of the old city could require block-by-block redevelopment, at least according to the plans presented last night in Haiti by the architect Andrés Duany and his firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company.

What to do with Haiti's capital, which is home to two million people and a fifth of the country's population, is the source of much debate. There is a good argument for relocating the capital entirely. A number of urban planners and economists within and outside of Haiti have argued against the wholesale rebuilding Port-au-Prince and pushed for redistributing its displaced residents around the country instead. But DPZ, a firm best known for creating SmartCode zoning and the town of Seaside, Florida, was recruited by Britain’s Prince Charles to develop a master plan and strategy for the rebuilding Port au Prince's historic core.

The area in question includes the cruise ship port, palace, and government buildings, along with businesses and residential blocks. The plans presented Tuesday night were the product of a weeklong charrette, or planning exercise, preceded by visits this fall and a workshop in December. Duany offered three scenarios -- “Urban Core,” “Urban Corridor,” and “Urban Village” -- without formally recommending any (the final report is due in mid-February).

But of the three, he clearly favored Urban Village. That plans calls for rebuilding much of the core as standalone super-blocks, each with its own public-private infrastructure, parking and management. The biggest advantage of this arrangement is its incremental cost. The Urban Core scenario, by contrast, would require $175 million to restore electricity, running water and sewage throughout the old city in a one-shot deal -- but it's unclear whether there is enough money and will to do something of that magnitude. “Every street must be broken to effect this,” Duany said in a web conference. By contrast, each super-block in the Urban Village scenario would cost only $3.7 million to build, with “potable water, electricity, and sewage self-contained in the block. No pipes out,” he said. “You’re on your own.”

The trade-off is a higher total cost, since these Urban Villages would be built over time. “You have judge economy versus feasibility,” he said. “There are no dreams here. This can be done. It’s expensive, but it can be done.”

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The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment of the Prince Charles based in London and the firm of Miami, Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ), have been committed by the Haitian Government to develop a reconstruction plan of Port-au-Prince and make proposals on the spatial organization of the perimeter declared of public utility.

The foundation, with its international experience, has already contributed in the past to reshape the downtown areas in often difficult conditions like those of Kingston (Jamaica) or Kabul (Afghanistan). Sources close to the project, indicate that the downtown Port-au-Prince is the biggest challenge to date treated by the Foundation.

A plan was unveiled this week to reconstruct the historic downtown of Port-au-Prince with a better urban environment than existed prior to the January 2010 earthquake. The plan envisions to rebuilt a government center around the presidential palace with civic and administrative buildings, museums, concert halls, schools and green spaces. There will be a pedestrian area in front of new buildings. "The historic street grid will be retained with new small parks on street corners that will come together to form complete squares of tremendous elegance" explains planner and architect Andres Duany.








The waterfront will be rebuilt and will include trees (mangrove) to protect against storms. The plan envisages the construction of housing over the rubble. The team calculated that if the rubble of demolished buildings are used as a base for new buildings it would raise them up 80 centimeters, "enough to protect against a 100-year flood, so that water will flow into the streets without affecting houses or parking" precised Duany.




"Planners have focused on how the middle class and higher may be attracted by this new urban environment - which is the only way that a reconstruction can be amortized" explained the planner. "The people require three things the security, the parking and a predictable environment" he says. To achieve these objectives, the plan proposes a management of type "sub-governmental" at the scale of the "urban block". Each residential block, named by the team an "urban village", would be designed to provide its own utilities and parking. A structure at the center of each urban village would provide electricity, water and sewer," said Duany, and would be surrounded by a common area of parking, accessible by walkways. The central block would be watched over by residents, all of whom have a personal stake in security. The utilities and parking would be owned in the form of a cooperative or condominium.

"The generous size of the historic Port-au-Prince blocks provides space for central infrastructure and parking while allowing some private space for residents. Many of the blocks could be designed with greens space in the corners. We expect every block to have a park" precised Duany. "So in fact, that everyone will see trees, " he added.



The architecture of new buildings will be based on local precedents, said the planners. The team is considering an initial development of 1 and 2 story buildings, which was the condition of downtown before the earthquake "so there is no reason to think that after the earthquake it will be four stories" Duany says, "However, it can evolve in four stories over time". Recalling that a legal framework (town planning code) must ensure compliance with the Master Plan to maintain the harmony of the city.

Traffic-calming measures such as small roundabouts on the corners would help to keep traffic flowing at a pace that is not disruptive of pedestrians. The plan looks at options for transit, including a bus loop, a streetcar loop, and/or bus rapid transit.

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RECONSTRUCTION PLAN FOR PORT AU PRINCE SUPPORTED BY HAITIAN PRESIDENT


The Haitian Head of State, President Martelly, has today offered his support for our Masterplan for the reconstruction of Port Au Prince. We were invited to Haiti after the devastating earthquake in January 2010 in an effort to find a community focused plan for reconstruction.

We were commissioned by the Haitian government to redesign 50 blocks at the centre of Port Au Prince, an area encompassing government buildings, the cruise ship terminal and waterfront and the palace along with business and residential areas. A team arrived in Haiti in early 2011 and through the Enquiry by Design process sought to produce a blue print for sustainable urban development, not only to help rebuild Port Au Prince’s community but to help address some of the social issues in the aftermath of the earthquake.

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Port-au-Prince Cathedral reconstruction

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The winner of the design competition for the new Cathédrale Notre Dame de l’Assomption in Port-au-Prince, Haiti was unveiled today. The winning design was selected from among 134 entrants who submitted proposals for the replacement the former cathedral, which was destroyed in the 2012 Haiti earthquake.


Design rendering of the new Port-au-Prince Cathedral, designed by Segundo Cardona of Puerto Rico. (Photo source)

Segundo Cardona and a team of six other architects from Puerto Rico submitted the winning design. The façade of the original cathedral is integrated into the new design and serves as the entry point to a sheltered, outdoor courtyard that leads to the new 1,200-seat worship space. Large, retractable walls will open to the courtyard for special occasions to accommodate an additional 600 worshippers.


The proposed interior of the new Port-au-Prince Cathedral features a centralized altar and circular seating pattern. (Photo source)

The centralized altar and seating plan allow for a large number of people to remain close to the altar. The interior of the new cathedral is marked with creative and abundant use of natural light, as electricity in Port-au-Prince is intermittent and expensive. The shape of the ceiling emphasizes a movement towards the oculus and also focuses attention on the altar. The Stations of the Cross ring the parameter of the worship space and can be viewed both from the main church and the ambulatory.

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ÉCOLE BAPTISTE BON BERGER
Pele, Port-au-Prince - In Construction

A two-story critically damaged school requires a replacement with improved ventilation and sanitary restrooms. Serving 1100 students, Baptiste Bon Berger's new school of 20 classrooms would be phased in over several years, replacing the tents now on site and freeing the church to more community involvement. The new school design also includes teacher dormitories looking out over the school courtyard.




(Above) École Baptiste Bon Berger brings solid and lively architecture to the renown slum of Cité Soleil in Port-au-Prince. This four-classroom block is the first of several construction phases. Photo by Antonio Joseph
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Port-au-Prince | Orphanage and Children's Center in Haiti with LEED Platinum Certification

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USGBC Partners y HOK diseñan Orfanato y Centro Infantil en Haití con Certificación LEED Platinum
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PUBLICADO EN: Arquitectura Educacional, Noticias de Arquitectura, Sustentabilidad , Haití, HOK, USGBC


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A dos años del devastador terremotogrado 7.0 en Haiti, el equipo de USGBC Partners y HOK quieren compartir los esfuerzos del “Proyecto Haití”, un orfanato y centro infantil de certificación LEED Platinium que se pretende construir en Puerto Principe. El proyecto es liderado por United States Green Building Council (USGBC) en conjunto con HOK. El Proyecto Haiti no solo se enfoca en niños, sino que también intenta crear un modelo de construcción replicable que pueda servir como una herramienta de enseñanza para la comunidad local.


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Actualmente en las etapas finales de diseño, el equipamiento proveerá un hogar seguro y sano para los niños Haitianos. Incorporará sistemas de energía renovable, tratamiento de aguas y procesamiento de basura y desechos. La orientación, masa, aperturas y materiales sacarán el máximo provecho de los principios de diseño pasivo. Organizado al rededor de un patio central, la estructura de tres pisos y con forma de L mirará hacia el este para proteger el edificio de los vientos. Rodeado de la cocina, comedor, lugares de entrenamiento y profundos balcones al aire libre.


Los sistemas del edificio requerirán mínimo mantenimiento y serán independientes de la red de la ciudad mientras que el exceso de energía será utilizado para suplir de energía a la iluminación pública cercana y puntos de carga, también públicos. Un sistema cerrado de tratamiento de desechos proveerá gas para cocinar. El agua recolectada será limpiada y almacenada.

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The project « Monte-Cristo Hôtel & Suites » has received the approval of the Interministerial Commission of Investments (CII). Consequently, this project will benefit of all incentives provided by the Investment Code and the accompanying of Ministry of Tourism. The Monte-Cristo Hôtel & suites, represented by its promoter-investor, Mr. Max Donald Guillaume, will be located on the road to Tabarre, opposite the playground of SunAuto. As of this year (Phase I), the Monte-Cristo Hôtel & suites, built in compliance with seismic standards, will propose 47 rooms of international standard. In its final phase, the hotel will have a total of 84 rooms, ncluding 6 suites and 2 rooms for disabled guests. The Monte-Cristo Hôtel & suites will also have : a conference room, a parking lot that can accommodate over a hundred vehicles, a restaurant and bar, a swimming pool, an outdoor bar, a fitness room and a nightclub, among others. The total investment amounted to nearly 9 million U.S. dollars and will generate over 100 direct jobs. Moreover, in the objective to offer a quality service that meets international standards, Max Donald Guillaume, said he was open to a partnership with international groups to manage the hotel.














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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The Dutch brewer Heineken is investing $100 million in its Haiti production plant that makes the popular lager Prestige.
The relatively large investment is significant because many international companies have been reluctant to spend money in Haiti because of a business climate hampered by red tape, allegations of corruption and a flimsy infrastructure.

But Jose Matthijsse, general director of the National Brewery of Haiti that Heineken owns, said the Dutch company is eager to invest more in the Caribbean country because political stability and cooperation have improved under the current government.

Heineken purchased the Haitian brewery in 2011, and owns 95 percent of the company that produces Prestige. The remaining 5 percent is held by Diageo Ireland, the company that makes Guinness stout.

About one-fifth of the new investment has already gone toward construction of a second 24,300-square-foot (2,260) production line that opened December in the same facility in Port-au-Prince. The addition will allow the brewery to double output, for 40,000 more cases of Prestige and other beverages produced every day.

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