The Contracting Authority will enter into framework agreement with several Tenderers for the delivery of planning and engineering design services to small and medium sized assignments in the South Region.
The aim of the framework agreement is to assist the Contracting Authority professionally and with processes connected to assignments if the Contracting Authority does not have the capacity to carry out the work. The Contracting Authority shall at short notice be able to order services with conditions in accordance to this contest.
Demand will primarily be in connection with work in:
— Reports in connection with the road network;
— Preliminary projects/feasibility studies;
— Municipal sector plans;
— Impact assessments;
— Zoning plans;
— Construction plans;
— Preparation of tender documentation for contracts;
— Quality assurance of developed plans;
— Hiring of professional resources for the Contracting Authority's disposal.
The framework agreement comprises 14 major subjects that the Tenderer must deliver competence in, these are further described in chapter D of the tender documentation.
1. Assignment management;
2. Road planning;
3. Road technology;
4. Traffic planning;
5. Traffic engineering;
7. Land-use planning;
8. Landscape architecture and green planning;
9. Cultural environment and cultural memorial;
10. Noise and vibrations;
11. Other environmental science;
12. Estimates and tender documentation;
Principal will enter into a framework agreement with several suppliers for the delivery of planning and engineering services to small and medium-sized missions in Region South.
The purpose of the MoU is to assist the Principal academic and process statistics in connection with the commission if the Principal does not have the capacity to perform the work. The principal shall at short notice could order services with conditions pursuant to this competition.
The demand will mainly be associated with work within:
- Analyzes in connection with the road network
- Pilot projects / feasibility studies
- Municipality plans
- impact assessments
- Building plans
- Preparation of tender for contracts
- Quality of prepared plans
- Hiring of professional resources to the principal's disposal
The agreement involves 14 majors that the Contractor must provide expertise, these are detailed in the tender documents chapter D.
1. Contracting Management
2. The designer Laying
3. Highway Technology
4. Traffic Planning
5. Traffic Industry
7. Spatial Planning
8. Landscaping and green planning
9. Cultural heritage
10. Noise and vibrations
11. Other environmental sciences
12. Projections and tender