Architect and consulting engineering services for the implementation of a concept phase See the tender documentation.
Boligbygg Oslo KF needs framework agreements for engineering design services. The assignments will include all the necessary disciplines required to prepare a complete preliminary project with calculations, tender documentation for a turnkey and execution contract, detailed engineering design services, applications/basic material for all the relevant public authorities, as well as being a coordinator for safety, health and working environment questions in the engineering design phase, in accordance with the builder regulations. This will be for building and construction projects, such as wet room renovations, facade renovations, fire protection measures, re-roofing, new buildings, renovations, welfare+.
Tenderers must be able to offer all disciplines: engineering design group manager, coordinator for engineering design services, architect, interior architect, landscape architect, responsible applicant, consultant engineer for building techniques, HVAC and climate techniques, electro techniques, fire safety, geotechnics and engineering geology, water and sewage techniques, acoustics, antiquarian conditions, environment and consultant integrated technical building installations, BIM-coordinator, DAK-operator and secretary, either internally or with the use of sub-suppliers.
A climate centre shall be established at Tøyen, later called the ‘Climate Building’. The project aims to communicate knowledge on climate to a wider public. The centre shall be built as an integrated site. Both the building and exhibition are included in the project.
The centre shall be owned by UIO, NHM shall manage the exhibitions and UMOE (c/o Jens Ulltveit-Moe) will contribute to the financing with a financial gift.
The centre will be located in the area south east of Brøggers hus in the Botanical Garden and it shall be integrated in the nearby technical and building environment. The centre shall be ready for operations April 2019. The total financial limit of the project is 70 000 000 NOK, excluding VAT.
The "Climate Building" will have the character of an experience centre that shall highlight the climate challenges we are facing in the near and distant future.
The concept ‘Climate Building’ shall communicate knowledge on the climate challenges and on possible solutions through exhibitions and through the building itself.
The interaction between communication and architecture is very important. New innovative communication concepts and architectonic expression are expected that put climate challenges clearly, powerfully and effectively on the agenda. The concept shall be flexible as regards communication concepts within an integrated general term.
In order to achieve this, a restricted contest shall be held with negotiations with multi-disciplinary engineering design groups. The negotiations will be held in several phases with 3-5 tenderers, with ‘parallel assignments’ in the first phase. The evaluation of the contributions will be made on the basis of the given award criteria in the coming tender documentation.
An engineering design contract for the sketch project and the preliminary project will be signed with the winner of the competition. The systems that shall be developed shall be developed after the competition in close cooperation with the university's entities.
The plan is for one delivery for the Climate Building, where the building and exhibition is one or two turnkey contracts. The engineering designers shall have this in mind. The engineering design group shall prepare the price enquiry (tender documentation). The engineering design group will be transported in its entirety to the turnkey contractor(s) when the contract is signed.
The contracting authority's intention is that the project is realised in its entirety, but it is subject to the project being interrupted after tenders from the contractors for the total delivery/ies have been assessed.
The procurement's purpose
ICT functions in SSB come under the Department for Digitalisation and Joint Functions, together with functions for Data Acquisition and Methods (DoF). These together make up a considerable part of SSB's activities. We are carrying out a number of development projects and are responsible for the development, management and operation of IT systems for data acquisition, the production of statistics, analyses and communication. Our ICT environment has more than 100 employees within DoF. The department has broad competence within IT architecture, web and database technology, as well as general software development.
Our projects are largely based on flexible development methodology, free software and open standards. Our management routines are largely based on iterative management cycles. SSB now faces a comprehensive programme of digitalisation and modernisation of SSB's work processes and the DoF Department will have a central initiator role in this work. The department must be able to manage a number of modernisation projects parallel with further management and controlled clearance of old systems.
The modernisation work will be organised as a multi-year programme, broken down to several projects that shall deliver independent contributions in order to achieve SSB's main target of a flexible, efficient and user orientated production platform. The programme is carrying out a pre-analysis in 2016, in which a delivery and implementation strategy is prepared and initiatives, including the project portfolio, are described. Further preparations, maturing and detailed planning shall be carried out in 2017. The tentative start of the modernisation is set for 2018.
A programme function will be responsible for an efficient implementation of the modernisation at an acceptable risk profile. The modernisation of the statistics production is a complex business run project, which has major requirements for planning, a description of activities and projects, as well as the ability to manage and deliver changes that affect both work processes, systems and technology. The need for separate contracts for this commitment will be assesed for the ongoing planning of the modernisation work.
Parallel to this, SSB needs to hold a competition for framework agreements for ICT consultancy services for the following service areas:
— IT Project and test management.
— System development.
— ICT Operation and infrastructure.
Tenderers who are engaged through these framework agreements can be pulled into both the modernisation and assignments for management and operation.
Qualification for parts of the assignment is allowed, i.e. send a request to submit a tender for one or several of the service areas. The services areas will be evaluated separately.
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Residential Oslo KF need framework agreements for design services. They comprise all the necessary disciplines to develop a full feasibility study with cost estimate, tender documents for total and execution contracts, detailed design, applications / substrate material for all relevant public authorities, as well as coordinator for safety, health and working environment issues in the project in accordance with building regulations. This in connection with construction projects such as våtromsrehabiliteringer, facade renovation, fire precautions, takomlegging, new construction, rehabilitation, care +.
Providers must offer all disciplines; engineering group leader, coordinator of engineering, architect, interior designer, landscape architect, responsible applicant, consulting engineering construction engineering, building physics, HVAC and climate engineering, electrical engineering, fire safety, geotechnical and engineering geology, water and wastewater engineering, acoustics, antiquarian, environmental and adviser integrated building automation , BIM coordinator, CAD operator and secretary, either internally or by subcontractors.
procurement purposesThe department possesses broad expertise in IT architecture, web and database technologies, as well as general software development. The department must be able to control a number of modernization projects in parallel with the government administration and controlled modernization of old systems. Tentative commencement of modernization is set to 2018. Modernization of statistical production is a complex business-driven project that places great demands on planning, description of activities and projects as well as the ability to manage and deliver changes affecting both work processes, systems and technology. In connection with the ongoing planning of the modernization work, the need for separate contracts related to this initiative.
In parallel SSB need for competitive tendering framework agreements for IT consulting in the following areas:
- IT Project and test management
- IT Governance
- ICT Infrastructure and
Suppliers who are engaged through these framework agreements could be drawn into both the modernization and the tasks related to the management and operation.
It is possible to qualify for part of the contract, ie send request to submit tenders for one or more of service areas. The service areas will be evaluated separately.Then follow the instructions on the website.