BLOMSTEIN announces second Berlin public procurement of architectural and planning services monitoring
BLOMSTEIN and the Berlin Chamber of Architects are advocating for more competition-friendly public procurement of architectural and planning services.
Dr. Pascal Friton, Partner
The Berlin Chamber of Architects has long observed that smaller and medium-sized architectural businesses are systematically disadvantaged in public contract awards. Berlin public contracting bodies routinely use non-competitive procurement procedures and impose market access hurdles that are excessively high for small and medium-sized enterprises. BLOMSTEIN monitors Berlin’s public architectural services procurement process for flaws. The second annual report compares past processes to previous results.
Moritz Schuchert, Associate
The annual report is available at: 2022_JAHRESBERICHT_VERGABE-MONITORING_AKB.pdf
Our team included Dr. Pascal Friton and Moritz Schuchert. Thanks to the Berlin Chamber of Architects, especially Anja Kotlan, Michael Mackenrodt, and Salomon Schindler, and the Competition and Public Procurement Chamber Committee.
For detailed information, as well as the picture copyright, please see the law firm’s original article here: BLOMSTEIN publishes second monitoring for the public procurement of architectural and planning services in Berlin.