„In 2014, the OMSZ (Hungarian Meteorological Service) cooperated with MUTK in an EU funded international competition, which aimed to design action plans that would reduce the development of urban heat islands and be integrated into urban planning. The joint assessment was supported by the excellence, competence and task-orientated work of the experts at MUTK, recognized on an international level. Because of MUTK’s wide ranging network of contacts, we were able to present the developed strategies to interested decision makers in local authorities and public administrative bodies.”
Györgyi Baranka, senior associate, OMSZ
„Due to its complexity, the shaping of regional and municipal processes requires the goal-orientated cooperation of the representatives of a wide range of professions. MUT and its back-office body MUTK, in addition to providing a professional platform for one specific area of expertise, are also open to integrating other specialities and their representatives, in order to offer a full service that covers all potential urban issues. Their activities blend past, present and future in a coherent whole. May they continue their excellent work into the future!”
Attila Korompai, Professor at Corvinus University of Budapest
„Budapest’s Zugló district collaborated with the Hungarian Urban Knowledge Centre in relation to the organisation of the international design contest Europan12, with the objective of developing the Rákos brook area where it passes through the Zugló district. During the project, the Knowledge Centre consistently demonstrated its high degree of expertise and professionalism.
From the very beginning, right through until the implementation of the project, our cooperation was characterised by meticulously prepared working procedures, and as a result our contest site proved to be one of the most popular ones listed in this large scale European urban competition.
Based on their international recognition and work, I highly recommend cooperation with the Knowledge Centre to all who seek reliable, broad-minded partners for the successful implementation of their urban development projects.”
Ferenc Barta, Head of Planning, Zugló District of Budapest