Notodden municipality invites tenderers to a restricted design contest for a new building that shall primarily include facilitated flats with 24 hour staffing (competition 1).
The site is on the previous area for Jernverket in Notodden and it is part of a larger area that is being developed. The area has a beautiful location out towards Heddalsvatnet and the mouth of Tinnelvas. Bok- & Blueshuset, which houses several of the town's cultural institutions under one roof, is one of the nearest neighbours. The municipality would like to have a broad illumination of the area's potential and is, therefore, at the same time, announcing a restricted idea contest for the design of housing on adjoining plots (competition 2).
Pre-qualified participants shall submit a draft for both the building for facilitated flats and the design of the housing.
Winners will be selected in both the restricted design contest and the restricted idea contest.
Notodden municipality intends to engage the winners in the restricted design contest for further engineering design services for a new building that shall primarily include facilitated flats with 24 hour staffing (competition 1).
There will not be any subsequent assignments after the restricted idea contest for the design of housing on adjoining plots (competition 2).
In 2020, the Munch Museum will open new exhibitions in a new building drawn by the Spanish architect firm Herreros Arquitectos. In the new museum, the Munch Museum and the Stenersen collection will be co-located for the first time and shown in the same building and under the same roof. The Munch Museum will showcase a wide selection from the collections in various exhibitions, hereafter referred to as the Collection Exhibitions.
The Collection Exhibitions shall be displayed on a total of 2 598 m
The Munch Museum wants tender offers on exhibition design and architecture for the museum's new Collection Exhibitions.
The contractor shall, in collaboration with the commissioning party, propose or contribute with:
— an overall unified design concept for the Exhibitions of the Collections,
— secondary design concepts for the various sub-divisions of the Exhibitions of the Collections,
— ideas for the staging of the material in spatial solutions, specially built rooms or lesser units, such as display cases,
— sketches in 2D or 3D (to be agreed upon) that visualise the solutions for mounting objects in a room,
— a colour and material palette and blueprint for the use of colour and materials for the exhibition's various elements (walls, display cases, wall texts, etc.),
— graphic design for texts associated with the exhibitions or other promotional texts,
— developing a template for display cases, plinths etc. based on requirement specifications provided by the Museum regarding the choice of materials, as well as technical and aesthetic solutions.
Options are requested for:
— the design of special presentation rooms,
— assistance in planning the lighting and illumination,
— a bid and/or follow-up of a sub contractor in collaboration with the Museum with regard to other exhibition elements that must be produced, such as labels, wall texts and more.
The objective of the procurement is to secure Oslo University Hospital engineering design services from an architect connected to the hospital's construction function. Specialist areas and services that will be included in the framework agreement are set out in the Performance Description in Annex 1 and consist of:
Responsible applicant (SØK)
Engineering design management (PGL)
Engineering design of constructions/architecture.
Preparation of tender descriptions (requirement and function descriptions) and drawings.
Establishing and use of construction information model (BIM).
Engineering design of doors, locks and fittings.
Interior architect services
Independent control of architectural design (with the requirement on broadened independent control)/ 3 part control.
Landscape architect services
The scope of the engineering design works can not be anticipated precisely, but it is anticipated that the scope will be in the size order of approx. 8 000 000 NOK— 12 000 000 NOK excluding. VAT., per annum.
A number of projects has not bee defined. The size of each individual call-off may vary.
A new organ shall be built for Geiranger Church. The assignment includes engineering design, building, installation/adaptation, testing and tuning of the new organ. The project includes both solution and price implemented as an engineering, construction and procurement contract.
A complete new pipe organ shall be built, with a pipe organ house and front. The organ shall be placed at the gallery where the existing organ is located. The church building is an octagonal log church from 1842. The church was designed by architect Hans Klipe. The space conditions for an organ have clear limitations and the new organ is planned to contain up to 10 tunes. The organ shall have 2 manuals and pedals and it shall be built in accordance with classical and established craft principles with slider chests as well as mechanical trackers and stops. A wide key note foundation and a rich bass sound adapted the rooms acoustics are required. The organ's main task is 1
The planned plant at Ureddplassen is part of the tourist route along
Helgelandskysten located in Gildeskål by county 17.
Ureddplassen is currently built, but existing picnic does not satisfy
Tourist project requirements to architectural design or services to the public. It should therefore be a new picnic area on site.
The purpose of the procurement is to ensure OUS HF engineering services from architect linked to the hospital's construction features. Sectors and services that will be included in the framework agreement set out in the Performance Description in Appendix 1, and consists of:
Responsible searches (SEARCH)
Design Management (PGL)
Design of buildings / architecture
Preparation of tender descriptions (requirements and functional descriptions) and drawings
The establishment and use of building information model (BIM)
Designing of doors-, locks and hinges
Interior Designer Services
Independent control of architectural design (by requiring extended independent control) / 3rd party control
The scope of engineering works can not be estimated accurately, but it is believed that the scope could be in the range of approximately £ 8.12 million. excl. VAT. annual.
It is not defined a number of projects. The size of each call off will vary.
It will be built a new organ to Geiranger Church, the mission includes design, construction, installation / customization, testing / testing and tuning of new organ. The project includes both solution and price implemented as a turnkey project.
It will be built a new pipe organ, with new organ case and facade, at the gallery where there nåvæende organ stands. The church building is an octagonal wooden church from 1842, designed by architect Hans clips. Space conditions for an organ has clear limitations, the new organ is planned to have up to 10 voices. The organ should have two manuals and pedal, and it will be built by classic and well proven craftsmanship principles with loop charger and mechanical traktur and registratur. It wanted a broad keynote foundation and a rich bass sound adapted room acoustics. Organ task will primarily be to accompany congregational singing at services and church hanling but also accompaniment of choirs and soloists and solo play at services and concerts. Despite a low number of votes is desirable maximize usable strength nuances of the instrument. The organ case should be made of solid wood and the emphasis is on a good architectural design adapted to the church. General sought the high-quality sound and crafts, which will be evaluated based on technical descriptions and from appropriate reference instruments.