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Business and management consultancy services

VIA University College | Published January 20, 2015  -  Deadline February 26, 2015
cpvs
79410000, 79411100

General description of the project "Future Industrial Business Models II '(FIF 2) project aims to more small and medium-sized manufacturing companies in Texas focuses on the challenges of the future by launching the strategy and competence-building process in order to achieve corporate growth potential through direct and indirect exports. The focus on industrial business models include based on Reg Labs analysis "The Future of Industry in Denmark" from 2012 and the Central Denmark Region analysis from May 2013. The four subjects the FIF 2 seeks consultants within is: - customer relations and sales - organizational development - business operations and production optimization - new business concepts and products. The project objective: Efforts to ensure that production companies increase their ability to long-term and strategic business development. The specific project objectives related to the project's sub-processes and are: - general communication about the project primarily through business support system and secondarily through professional networks, industry and interest groups, so the majority of potential growth-oriented manufacturing companies hear about the initiative - to identify, assess and recruit production companies with growth potential - the company through an informed dialogue focuses on its development needs and barriers to growth - the company through a process gets addressed strategic prioritization of initiatives to develop its growth ambitions and potentials - the company through a key account function maintains its professional development focus. - To the company by virtue of a 1-1 consultant cooperation advised and maintained in the realization of its strategic growth initiatives - the company in a growth group spar with other companies and consultants, and thereby maintained in the realization of its strategic growth initiatives while competence developed. The 3 last milestones relate directly to the supply of FIF 2 and the tasks to be solved by private consultants. Specifically, the project established the following quantitative targets: - 60 initial specialized guides - 45+ companies participating at base camp - 45 companies that implement strategy workshop - 5-10 growth group sessions with the participation of 40 companies 45 hours on average. These are estimates against growth / development and growth boost both activities largely depend on demand from enterprises and their willingness to co-finance courses. The project's target: The target group is - small and medium-sized manufacturing companies with a minimum of 5 full-time employees - located in Region Midtjylland (CVR) - growth-oriented companies with growth potential. Companies in the middle of Jutland strongholds, such as food and energy and environment will be prioritized in outreach work. Financing. The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, funds from Texas and corporate tuition. Specific agreements on strategy workshops and boost growth will be concluded directly between the consulting firms and private companies, while specific agreements on growth groups will be signed between the consulting firms and VIA. Project Organization: VIA University College is the operator of the project and, together with Aarhus University, Business Link Central Denmark and Danish Industry Consortium. The project's overall content. The 5 overall project activities that companies are expected to run through the whole or in part is: Specialized Guide (60 companies) Base Camp participation (45+ companies) Strategy Workshops (45 companies) Growth Group participation (40 companies) Growth Lift (up to 35 companies). This offering includes consultancy services for project activities: Strategy Workshops, Growth Group and Growth Lift. A more detailed description of the three project activities: Description of the specific tasks and content requirements. Strategy workshop. Basically, strategy workshop consist of the following activities. - An improvement meeting with company management - an analysis process where business and consultancy work together to establish the necessary knowledge - one or more workshops - a final meeting where an action plan for the company are presented and discussed. The professional livelihood of strategy workshop will differ from company to company, while common is to develop a report and an action plan involving strategic prioritization of future initiatives in order to remain competitive and grow and develop in the next 3-5 years. Allocating 20 hours. business to the solution of the above tasks, and it would therefore be appropriate to the company

Business and management consultancy 2015 / S 013-019419

VIA University College | Published January 20, 2015  -  Deadline February 26, 2015
cpvs
79410000, 79411100

Business and management consultancy General description of the project "Future Industrial Business Models II '(FIF 2) project aims to more small and medium-sized manufacturing companies in Texas focuses on the challenges of the future by launching the strategy and competence-building process in order to realize corporate growth potential through direct and indirect exports. The focus on industrial business models include based on Reg Labs analysis "The Future of Industry in Denmark" from 2012 and the Central Denmark Region analysis from May 2013. The four subjects the FIF 2 seeks consultants within is: - customer relations and sales - organizational development - business operations and production optimization - new business concepts and products. The project objective: Efforts to ensure that production companies increase their ability to long-term and strategic business development. The specific project objectives related to the project's sub-processes and are: - general communication about the project primarily through business support system and secondarily through professional networks, industry and interest groups, so the majority of potential growth-oriented manufacturing companies hear about the initiative - to identify, assess and recruit production companies with growth potential - the company through an informed dialogue focuses on its development needs and barriers to growth - the company through a process gets addressed strategic prioritization of initiatives to develop its growth ambitions and potentials - the company through a key account function maintains its professional development focus. - To the company by virtue of a 1-1 consultant cooperation advised and maintained in the realization of its strategic growth initiatives - the company in a growth group spar with other companies and consultants, and thereby maintained in the realization of its strategic growth initiatives while competence developed. The 3 last milestones relate directly to the supply of FIF 2 and the tasks to be solved by private consultants. Specifically, the project established the following quantitative targets: - 60 initial specialized guides - 45+ companies participating at base camp - 45 companies that implement strategy workshop - 5-10 growth group sessions with the participation of 40 companies 45 hours on average. These are estimates against growth / development and growth boost both activities largely depend on demand from enterprises and their willingness to co-finance courses. The project's target: The target group is - small and medium-sized manufacturing companies with a minimum of 5 full-time employees - located in Region Midtjylland (CVR) - growth-oriented companies with growth potential. Companies in the middle of Jutland strongholds, such as food and energy and environment will be prioritized in outreach work. Financing. The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, funds from Texas and corporate tuition. Specific agreements on strategy workshops and boost growth will be concluded directly between the consulting firms and private companies, while specific agreements on growth groups will be signed between the consulting firms and VIA. Project Organization: VIA University College is the operator of the project and, together with Aarhus University, Business Link Central Denmark and Danish Industry Consortium. The project's overall content. The 5 overall project activities that companies are expected to run through the whole or in part is: Specialized Guide (60 companies) Base Camp participation (45+ companies) Strategy Workshops (45 companies) Growth Group participation (40 companies) Growth Lift (up to 35 companies). This offering includes consultancy services for project activities: Strategy Workshops, Growth Group and Growth Lift. A more detailed description of the three project activities: Description of the specific tasks and content requirements. Strategy workshop. Basically, strategy workshop consist of the following activities. - An improvement meeting with company management - an analysis process where business and consultancy work together to establish the necessary knowledge - one or more workshops - a final meeting where an action plan for the company are presented and discussed. The professional livelihood of strategy workshop will differ from company to company, while common is to develop a report and an action plan involving strategic prioritization of future initiatives in order to remain competitive and grow and develop in the next 3-5 years. Allocating 20 hours. business to the solution of the above tasks,

E-commerce solution

Indkøbsfællesskabet for Hedensted, Horsens og Odder kommuner | Published August 24, 2015
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Shopping Community HHO is in initial consideration for the acquisition of eCommerce. We would therefore like to dialogue with potential suppliers of e-commerce solutions for municipalities. We will start with the presentation rounds where potential suppliers have the opportunity to show their solution. Subsequently, the Procurement Community prepare a business case before it assessed whether to obtain an e-commerce solution or not. If interested, please contact Stella Gaarde or Anni Commerou soon as possible, no later. 4.9. Contact information: Tel .: 7629 2026 Mail: indkob-hho@horsens.dk

Refuse transport services

Horsens Kommune | Published October 14, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
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90512000, 90513000

The service comprises the receipt and processing of windows with glass from recycling centers and disposal of materials from the treatment. The benefit does not include transportation to the tenderer's treatment plant. The windows received from both private and business in Horsens Municipality's three recycling centers in Horsens: Endelavevej 24, 8700 Horsens Brædstrup: Energivej 11, 8740 Brædstrup Vedslet: Gl. Århusvej 50, 8732 Manor.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

CASA A/S (»CASA«) | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 29, 2015
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71000000, 71200000, 71400000, 71530000, 71210000, 71220000, 71240000, 71250000

The objective is that one or more of the following educational institutions can and will establish themselves in the area and it is for the development of customized projects here that the following institutions are included in the supply of the framework agreement: - VIA University College (CVR 30773047) - Social and Health School Fredericia - Vejle - Horsens (CVR 29551081) - Business Academy Dania (CVR 31565162) - Horsens Gymnasium (CVR 29550980) - Horsens HF & Adult Education Centre (CVR 29550948) - Language Centre midst (CVR 25211464). The total area relates to up to 75 000 sq m of buildings. Parallel to this tender also implemented a range of engineering services for the development of the Campus area.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

CASA A/S (»CASA«) | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 29, 2015
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71000000, 71300000, 71310000, 71320000, 71330000, 71340000, 71350000, 71240000, 71250000

The objective is that one or more of the following educational institutions can and will establish themselves in the area and it is for the development of customized projects here that the following institutions are included in the supply of the framework agreement: - VIA University College (CVR 30773047) - Social and Health School Fredericia - Vejle - Horsens (CVR 29551081) - Business Academy Dania (CVR 31565162) - Horsens Gymnasium (CVR 29550980) - Horsens HF & Adult Education Centre (CVR 29550948) - Language Centre midst (CVR 25211464). The total area relates to up to 75 000 sq m of buildings. Parallel to this tender also implemented a range of architectural services for the further development of the Campus area.

Urban planning and landscape architectural services

Horsens Kommune | Published March 25, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
71400000, 71300000

Horsens Municipality hereby invites interested landscape architects to undertake the design of three spaces in Horsens, Jessen Street, the main pedestrian street Søndergade incl. The Square. Competition area is approximately 15 500 m² with a construction cost of approximately 60 million DKK excl. VAT. The competition is a design compelling bid for pedestrian and urban design with a focus on creating the best possible framework for a vibrant city life and active business life. Some work experience activities in continuation of the measures, Horsens Municipality has already done. The center must, in beautiful surroundings, offering activities that surprises and inspires and encourages long-term stays, meeting places, movement, play and an inspiring shopping. Activities will contribute to lifting the overall experience of a modern "be street '. The urban spaces should be designed with high availability, service features and security. Participants must work process that reduces the generation of trade and commissioning holiday season 2018.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Fjernvarme Horsens A/S | Published December 15, 2016
Winner
Per Aarsleff A/S
cpvs
45200000, 45251250, 45251000, 45262300, 45262680, 45262211, 45100000, 45110000, 45231100, 45231110, 45233222, 44160000, 44212410

Heating Horsens is building a new wood-fueled district heating boiler plants totaling 30 MW thermal power. As part of the plant construction plan Heating Horsens to expand district heating production by up to 60 MW, distributed on a project divided into two phases.

This offering includes the works, Heating Horsens should do business only in the context of plant construction and regards the project phase 1, which includes property development, civil engineering, sheet piling and pile driving and coating work for a 30 MW district heating systems.

Heating Horsens is building a new wood-fueled district heating boiler plants totaling 30 MW thermal power. As part of the plant construction plan Heating Horsens to expand district heating production by up to 60 MW, distributed on a project divided into two phases.

This offering includes the works, Heating Horsens should do business only in the context of plant construction and regards the project phase 1, which includes property development, civil engineering, sheet piling and pile driving and coating work for a 30 MW district heating systems.

The tender covers the following works:

- Earthworks

- Wire Work

- Grounding drains and drainage

- Concrete work

- Road Surveys

- pile driving

- sheet piling

- Coatings on vejkasser.

Duration of the contract is 24 months from the date of conclusion of the contract with option to extend for one time in 12 months (optional).

Building installation work

Fjernvarme Horsens A/S | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017
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45300000, 45310000, 45320000, 45331000, 45332000, 31127000, 31154000, 71320000

Heating Horsens is building a new wood-fueled district heating boiler plants totaling 30 MW thermal power. As part of the plant construction plan Heating Horsens to expand district heating production by up to 60 MW, distributed on a project divided into two phases.

This offering includes the works, Heating Horsens should do business only in the context of plant construction and regards the project phase 1, which involves performing electrical, plumbing and ventilation work for a 30 MW district heating systems.

The Contracting Authority does not pay for participation in the tender.

Heating Horsens is building a new wood-fueled district heating boiler plants totaling 30 MW thermal power. As part of the plant construction plan Heating Horsens to expand district heating production by up to 60 MW, distributed on a project divided into two phases.

This offering includes the works, Heating Horsens should do business only in the context of plant construction and regards the project phase 1, which involves performing electrical, plumbing and ventilation work for a 30 MW district heating systems.

The tender covers the following works:

- El-works incl. boards

- Delivery, installation and installation of nødddieselgeneratoranlæg

- Delivery, installation and installation of UPS systems

- Technical Insulation works

- Plumbing works

- Ventilation Works

- Sanitary Works.

The offering is a negotiated procedure with prior call: Contractors wishing to participate must first apply for prequalification. The prequalified bidders shall then first offer in the negotiations, participate in individual negotiation meetings, and must then submit final offer. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to adjust the process of further negotiation offers and / or negotiation rounds, see. Specifications.

Duration of the contract is 24 months from the date of conclusion.

The Contracting Authority does not pay for participation in the tender.

Fire-brigade and rescue services

Sydøstjyllands Brandvæsen I/S | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
cpvs
75250000, 75251110, 75251000, 75252000, 75251100

Southeast Jutland Firefighter I / S provider preparedness task for 3 districts in Southeast Jutland Fire Brigade area.

In the case of:

Area 1, served by a station in Brædstrup and a station for drying.

Area 2, served by a station in Hedensted Hornsyld and Klakring.

Area 3, which is served by a station in Horsens.

The above stations in Region 1 and Region 2 are staffed by part-time personnel and Area 3 station in Horsens are both full-time staffed and part-time staffed.

How winning Supplier chooses to solve the task of manning his decision, but noted that there can be no transfer of business of both part-time and full-time fire men, see. The provisions of Undertakings Act.

There must tender for the contract length of 60 months and the contract length of 120 months.

Details will be provided in the tender documents.

Emergency task offered for matters 1.

The area served by respectively. Station Brædstrup and Drying Station.

Emergency task offered for matters 1.

The area served by respectively. Station Hedensted Hornsyld Station and Station Klakring.

Emergency task offered for Area 3.

The area served by Station Horsens. The station is staffed full time and have minute operation.

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