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Andrej Hlinka Square and park - public anonymous urban landscape-design contest

Mesto Žilina | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017
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71000000

Redesign Geiseltal street u Schiefweg as fracturing for special tourist area on Geiseltalsee -. Los A.1 (traffic facilities) and Los A.2 (Freianlagen- / landscape design)

Sachsen-Anhalt Stadt Braunsbedra | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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Redesign Geiseltal street u Schiefweg as fracturing for special tourist area on Geiseltalsee -. Los A.1 (traffic facilities) and Los A.2 (Freianlagen- / landscape design)

Sachsen-Anhalt: Stadt Braunsbedra | Published January 28, 2017
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Redesign Geiseltal street u Schiefweg as fracturing for special tourist area on Geiseltalsee -. Los A.1 (traffic facilities) and Los A.2 (Freianlagen- / landscape design)

Sachsen-Anhalt: Stadt Braunsbedra | Published January 28, 2017
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71300000, 71240000, 71300000

Architectural and related services

Highlands and Islands Enterprise | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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71200000, 71220000

HIE, in partnership with Orkney Islands Council (OIC), wishes to commission a suitably experienced architect led Design Team for the development of the Orkney Research and Innovation Campus. They will be expected to prepare detailed plans for the alteration, upgrading and enhancement of the former Academy and Primary school buildings in Stromness. They should be capable of providing, as a minimum, Architectural services, Mechanical & Electrical engineering services, Civil & Structural Engineering services, Communications & IT services and Landscape Design services.

The contract is anticipated to be awarded for 6 months and has an estimated total value of between 430 000 GBP and 460 000 GBP excluding VAT. This is the figure which has been used in 11.2.6.

The main tasks will be the:

— Preparation of detailed plans, specifications and all required associated design documents for the former Old Academy building and interface with access route(s) to town in line with the concept designs/planning submission to a stage where building warrant can be sought. (RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, specifications and all required associated design documents for the former Stromness Primary School building and interface with access route(s) to town in line with the outline concept designs/planning submission, to a stage where relevant local authority building warrant can be sought. (RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of a new suitable energy saving Heating system for the former Old Academy building in support of achieving the building warrant. RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of a new suitable energy saving Heating system for the former Stromness Primary School building in support of achieving the building warrant. RIBA Stage 4).

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of a new Communications/IT system for the former Stromness Primary School, including a duct link to the Academy.

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the provision of Communications/IT for the new offices in the Academy building.

— Preparation of detailed plans, drawings and specifications for the whole site which recognises the importance of landscaping and wayfinding in contributing to the ambitions of the ORIC in a coherent and complementary manner.

— Allowance for cleansing all design related conditions from OIC following submission of the Building warrant.

— The plans for each building should be supported by a detailed specification of sufficient detail to enable suppliers to tender for the works.

— Performing the duties of Principal Designer under the CDM 2015 Regulations.

— Full tender package of design works [to RIBA stage 4] for issue to tenderers.

— Submission of all relevant SER /SBEM requirements.

C--VISN Wide Design IDIQs

Department of Veterans Affairs, Reno VAMC | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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This is a 15 DAY PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE provided for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION FOR PROPOSALS AND NO CONTRACT WILL BE AWARDED FROM THIS NOTICE/SYNOPSIS, THEREFORE NO SF-330 FORM (OR A RESPONSE) IS REQUIRED AT THIS TIME.
BACKGROUND
Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 21 known as the VA Sierra Pacific Network is one of 18 VISNs in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA).  It serves over 1.2 million veterans residing in northern and central California, northern Nevada, Hawaii, the Philippines, and the Pacific Islands including Guam and American Samoa.  It has eight VA medical centers/health systems that manage a total of 23 Community Based Outpatient Clinics, 26 Outpatient Clinics.  The seven facilities and their cares sites are summarized in the following table:
Parent Facility
Care Site by City, State*
VAMC San Francisco
(California)
San Francisco VAMC
Downtown OPC
Eureka OPC
San Bruno OPC
Santa Rosa OPC
Ukiah OPC
Clearlake OPC
VA Palo Alto Health Care System
(California)
Palo Alto Division
Livermore Division
Menlo Park Division
Capitola OPC
Modesto OPC
Monterey OPC
San Jose OPC
Stockton OPC
Sonora  OPC
Fremont OPC
VA Northern California Health Care System
(California)
Sacramento VAMC
Chico OPC
Fairfield OPC
Mare Island OPC
Martinez OPC
McClellan (Sacramento) OPC
Oakland OPC
Redding OPC
Yreka OPC
Yuba OPC
VA Central California Health Care System
(California)
Fresno VAMC
Merced OPC
Tulare OPC
Oakhurst OPC
VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System
(Nevada and California)
Reno VAMC (Nevada)
Carson Valley OPC (Nevada)
Auburn OPC
Fallon OPC (Nevada)
Susanville OPC
VA Southern Nevada Health Care System
(Nevada)
North Las Vegas Medical Center
Laughlin Rural OPC
Northeast Primary Care OPC
Northwest Primary Care OPC
Pahrump OPC
Southeast Primary Care OPC
Southwest Primary Care OPC
VA Pacific Islands Health Care System
(Hawaii)
Honolulu (Oahu) VAMC
Hilo (Hawaii) OPC
Kailua-Kona (Hawaii) OPC
Lihue (Kauai) OPC
Kahului (Maui) OPC
Agana Heights, Guam OPC
American Samoa OPC
Leeward OPC
Lanai Clinic
Molokai Clinic
VA Regional Office and Outpatient Clinic
(Philippines)
Manila, Philippines VARO/OPC
PERFORMANCE PERIOD
The contract performance period for this acquisition shall consist of a one (1) year base period, and four (4) option periods to extend one (1) year each. The planned Period of Performance (POP) dates are as follows:
Base Year:        5/1/2017   4/30/2018
Option Year 1: 5/1/2018   4/30/2019
Option Year 2: 5/1/2019   4/30/2020
Option Year 3: 5/1/2020   4/30/2021
Option Year 4: 5/1/2021   4/30/2022
Additionally, each task order will have its own performance period and will be dependent on the complexity, size, and scope of each project.
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
The purpose of this acquisition is to award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts to provide Architect/Engineering (A/E) services related to: architectural design, construction administration services, building systems design, interior and exterior renovations, new building design, medical equipment installation, landscape design, space programming, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, structural engineering, and fire protection engineering.
A/E shall provide services that include:  development of schematic, design development and construction drawings as necessary for all project requests, construction period services for all design contracts leading to construction, cost estimates, schedules, digital models to communicate concepts to users, physical space mock ups,  and preparation of statement of work (SOW).  A/E shall prepare site and architectural block or line plans, magnitude cost estimates, analytical, investigative and certification services & reports, attend site visits, validation of clinical program workloads and related data (VA provided or other healthcare market analysis) as necessary to provide applicable design and construction solutions.
Thank you for your interest.

DETAILED DESIGN FOR FT PECK HEALTH CENTER

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published February 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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Purpose: This synopsis is issued to provide a notice to the public for project information to be performed in support of the Indian Health Service (IHS). IHS is seeking a qualified A/E Firm to furnish professional design services for the a Detailed Design for a new Health Facility and a Renovation to the existing health center at the Fort Peck Service Unit,  Verne E. Gibbs Health Center, 107 H. Street, Poplar, MT 59255.
Authority: IHS (Division of Engineering Services (DES)) Seattle is issuing this synopsis in accordance with FAR Part 5.204 Pre-solicitation Notices.
Description: The proposed contract listed here is 100 percent set-aside for small business concerns.  The Government will only accept offers from small business concerns. All other firms are deemed ineligible to submit offers.
This is a new procurement.  It does not replace an existing contract.  No prior contract information exists.  A Sources Sought was issued on 22 August 2016 in order to conduct Market Research. This is a Pre-solicitation notice. The Request for Qualifications will be available on or around 2/28/16, on www.fbo.gov, under the solicitation number 16-102-SOL-00030.
This is not a solicitation announcement for proposals, and no contract will be awarded as a result of this notice or any follow-up information requests. In order to protect the procurement integrity of any future procurement, if any, that may arise from this notice, information regarding the technical point of contact will not be given and no appointments for presentations will be made. The anticipated work includes, but is not limited to:
Background: The Fort Peck Service Unit (FPSU) provides health care to Indian people within the Fort Peck Reservation located in the State of Montana. The federal government provides healthcare services to members of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes utilizing two healthcare facilities located on the reservation. The Chief Redstone Clinic is located in Wolf Point, Montana and the Vern E Gibbs Health Center is located in Poplar, Montana. In addition to the healthcare facilities, the Service Unit has seventeen (17) federally owned housing units to provide lodging to the healthcare providers relocating from outside the local area.
The scope of work may include final planning, design, construction administration/observation, equipment planning and commissioning for a new 10,742 SF healthcare facility and a renovation of 13,000 SF outpatient health care center.  Types of services to be provided would include:
1) Planning and Engineering review,2) Architectural programming validation,3) Conceptual Design4) Schematic Design in compliance with approved program documents4) Design development and construction documents5) Solicitation document preparation,6) Landscape Design,7) Interior Design,8) Construction Cost Estimating,9) Construction administration/management, and/or observation  10) Value engineering, 11) Commissioning12) NFPA 99 Risk Assessment coordination13)  LEED and Sustainability adherence and certification14) IHS A-E Design Guide compliance15) FGI Guidelines Adherence16) Phased Construction planning
The estimated cost range of resultant construction contract is between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000.
The A-E firm's primary business shall be architectural healthcare design with a focus on completed designs for construction projects with costs in the $5,000,000-$10,000,000 range, with the capability of providing and subcontracting engineering and other specialty disciplines/services, as necessary.
All offerors are advised that in accordance with 36.601-(3)(b) the total cost of the architect or engineer services contracted for must not exceed six (6) percent of the estimated cost of the construction project plus any fees for related services and activities. Additionally, FAR Clause 52.236-2 (c) - Design within Funding Limitation, will be applicable to this procurement action.  Design limitation costs will be provided to the most highly rated AE firm selected to complete the design.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 541310 Architectural Services, with a Small Business Size Standard of $7.5 million. 
Competitive Acquisition: The solicitation will utilize source selection procedures FAR 36.602.  The offeror will be required to submit Qualification Statements (SF-330s) for evaluation by the Government.
Contract Type: Indian Health Service intends to award a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) A/E Contract in support of this requirement.
THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. 
IMPORTANT NOTICE: In formulating the Qualifications submission, potential respondents should consider that FAR 52.219-14, which will be incorporated into any resultant contract, requires the Prime Contractor to perform services under the contract equivalent to 50% or more of the contract value in personnel costs throughout the life of the contract. This is a positive requirement rather than one where an indication of capacity, capability or willingness to meet these requirements would be acceptable. Respondent(s) should demonstrate in their Qualifications submission how they will meet this requirement. Although the specific project effort awarded under any resultant contract is not known at this time, it is believed to be unlikely a Respondent could reasonably expect to meet this FAR requirement where they propose a Prime Contractor role limited to a single discipline, or possibly even multiple disciplines, where the discipline mix proposed leans towards disciplines typically not heavily utilized in A-E Services for Health Facilities Engineering projects.
Disclaimer and Important Notes All respondents must register on the SAM located At http://www.sam.gov/.

Memorial Garden

Tiptree Parish Council | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline April 13, 2017
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45000000

Tiptree Parish Council is inviting tenders for the construction of a Memorial Garden, from suitably qualified and experienced companies. Using an existing landscape design, the scope of the project will include; preparing the site for the provision of a water supply and electricity connection, construction of small car parking area, installing low level lighting, erection of decorative memorial wall, providing raised flowerbeds and gravel paths, provision and installation of seating areas

Freiraumgestaltung

Landschaftsverband Rheinland LVR-Dezernat Gebäude- und Liegenschaftsmanagement, Umwelt, Energie, RBB | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
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With the release of the purchasing intention of the Rhineland Regional Council fulfills its obligation of transparency in accordance with § 3 para. 3 no. 1 Tvgg-NRW and hereby establishes a sufficient degree of advertising. Companies / agencies can express their interest in the job. A right to participate in the award does not exist. For the LVR Landesmuseum Bonn, Colmantstr.14-16, 53115 Bonn outdoor catering and the accessibility redesign of the forecourt are advertised the services landscape design for the redesign terrace.

Design Team services for Orkney Research and Innovation Campus

Highlands and Islands Enterprise | Published January 30, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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71200000, 71220000

HIE, in partnership with Orkney Islands Council (OIC), wishes to commission a suitably experienced architect led Design Team for the development of the Orkney Research and Innovation Campus. They will be expected to prepare detailed plans for the alteration, upgrading and enhancement of the former Academy and Primary school buildings in Stromness. They should be capable of providing, as a minimum, Architectural services, Mechanical & Electrical engineering services, Civil & Structural Engineering services, Communications & IT services and Landscape Design services. The contract is anticipated to be awarded for 6 months and has an estimated total value of between GBP430k and GBP460k excluding VAT. This is the figure which has been used in 11.2.6. CPV: 71200000, 71220000.

Infrastructure planning puitejärjestelynä

Uudenkaupungin kaupunki | Published February 1, 2017
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71410000

the subject of the contract is in Uusikaupunki itemized municipal engineering services 2 years (2 + 1 + 1) for the lease period. Contract covered by the framework agreements and individual assignments will be purchased from selected suppliers that agreement in accordance with the terms of the framework agreement. Assignments will consist of for various tasks related to community development; new construction and research and studies, based on the preparation in accordance with the mandate of the renovation plans. Framework agreement consists of the following nine elements: 1. Geotechnics (GEO) and geotechnical site investigations (geot) 2. Land use planning and environmental impact assessment (EIA) 3. Transport Technology (LTK) 4. Road, street and area technology (TKA) 5. water Supply and research (VHT) 6. Environmental planning (CAP) and the contaminated land and water areas (PIMA) 7. Landscape design (MAS) and green design 8. Bridge technique (SIT) and other skill structures 9. Measurement and mapping technology (MKT), the subject of the contract is the new City itemized municipal engineering services 2 years (2 + 1 + 1) for the lease period. Contract covered by the framework agreements and individual assignments will be purchased from selected suppliers that agreement in accordance with the terms of the framework agreement. Assignments will consist of for various tasks related to community development; new construction and research and studies, based on the preparation in accordance with the mandate of the renovation plans. Framework agreement consists of the following nine elements: 1. Geotechnics (GEO) and geotechnical site investigations (geot) 2. Land use planning and environmental impact assessment (EIA) 3. Transport Technology (LTK) 4. Road, street and area technology (TKA) 5. water Supply and research (VHT) 6. Environmental planning (CAP) and the contaminated land and water areas (PIMA) 7. Landscape design (MAS) and green design 8. Bridge technique (SIT) and other skill structures 9. Measurement and mapping technology (MKT)
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