The service concerns commercial brokerage services as well as consulting services in connection with this.
Tender offers may be submitted on 1 or both parts of the assignment (i.e. either only Nord-Norge (North Norway), only Vest-Norge (Western Norway) or both geographical areas). Tenderers shall submit separate tender offers for each individual part of the assignment.
The assignment includes, amongst other things, the following aspects:
The estate agent is to assist the contracting authority under parts of or all of the process from planning and preparing sales objects, to the residence/property being sold and the estate agent has carried out the settlement with registration of the deeds, etc.;
Regarding ‘easier’ commercial real estate, these are included in separate published competitions regarding residential brokerage;
By ‘easier’ commercial real estate, we mean property regulated for business purposes that do not require business expertise in connection with the sale, for example garage facilities, bunkers, storage buildings of lesser size, etc.
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The service includes housing brokerage, business brokerage for ‘simple’ business property as well as consultancy services connected to this.
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency would like tenders for the following 7 separate geographical areas: Finnmark, Troms, Nordland, Mid-Norway (Nord-Trøndelag, Sør-Trøndelag, Møre og Romsdal), West-Norway (Hordaland, Rogaland, Sogn og Fjordane), East-Norway (Hedmark, Oppland, Buskerud, Akershus, Oslo, Østfold) and South-Norway (Vestfold, Telemark, and the Adger counties).
Tenders can be submitted for 1 or several geographical areas:
Tenders cannot be submitted for other sub-tenders, for example, for another geographical division.
The number of call-offs in the contract period will depend on which properties are freed from military use in the period, as well as other public property occupiers' orders of the contracting authority's services.
The assignment includes, amongst other things, the following aspects:
The estate agent is to assist the contracting authority under parts of or all of the process from planning and preparing sales objects, to the residence/property being sold and the estate agent has carried out the settlement with registration of the deeds etc.
The expected turnover (broker fee) per geographical area is given below. Amount in NOK excluding VAT, total turnover over 4 years. Emphasis is put on the fact that this is an estimate and is in no way binding.
Finnmark: 800 000 NOK.
Troms: 1 360 000 NOK.
Nordland: 560 000 NOK.
Mid-Norway: 560 000 NOK.
West.Norway: 1 360 000 NOK.
East- Norway: 3 600 000 NOK.
South-Norway: 1 360 000 NOK .
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency wants to use this contest to enter into framework agreements with up to 3 tenderers who have the resources to cover all of the disciplines and work assignments needed for development, upgrading, maintenance and support of the finance management platform as well as be an advisor for UBW's systems.
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's finance management platform is mainly developed in accordance with the Agresso/Unit4 Business World (UBW) systems. Currently accounts, invoice management (incoming and outgoing e-invoices), procurement portal/ order processing, pay system, personnel and hour registration system, plants register, budgets, etc., are managed through the portal. Agresso is the basis for the Agency's financial reports and it is utilised in a combination with Corporater as a Management Information System (LIS).
New function areas were in operation in 2016. These areas applies to project and contract economy in Agresso. These are the key components in the Agency's Project portal.
The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's shared services are managing the main extent of daily operation and administration of UBW, and provide comprehensive support for the Agency in the form of reporting development and consultancy.
In addition to own HR, the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency requires assistance for development/modernisation, upgrading, maintenance and support for the finance management platform.
The objective of this framework agreement is to meet the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's requirements for various consultancy services, such as:
— Consultant engineer construction (RIB),
— Consultant engineer HVAC (RIV),
— Consultant engineer electro (RIE),
— Consultant engineer fire (RIBR),
— Project management (PL),
— Construction Management (BL),
— Architectural services (ARK),
— Landscape architects (LARK),
— Geotechnical consultancy (RIG),
— Consulting engineer acoustic (RIAku),
— Consulting engineer (RIPOL) — engineering of oil storage facilities for fuel, with accompanying pipe systems and pumps (POL).
The framework agreements mainly include assignments in connection with maintenance and reconstruction of the existing building and plant with technical installations. The agreements may also be used in connection with new buildings, but then first and foremost for smaller projects.
The framework agreement may also include other departments in the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency and the Norwegian Armed Forces. I.e. all departments that are included or subordinated to the Norwegian Ministry of Defence, and that also administer and operate own buildings and carry out activities described in the tender contest area.
For the following services, every department in the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency and the Norwegian Armed Forces uses the framework agreement regardless of whether the activity is connected to the relevant geographic area for which the competition is announced: architectural services (ARK), landscape architect services (LARK), project management (PL) and geotechnical consulting and Geological engineering (RIG) and consulting engineer (RIPOL) In those cases where several framework agreements apply, e.g. ARK, the financial most favourable agreement will be used, as travel expenses also must be considered.
The tender contest is divided geographically, which means that the tenderers are allowed to submit independent tenders for several or single market areas (geographical areas) or business areas.
NDEA want with this procurement to conclude a framework agreement with the supplier that can support the business needs of BIM software. This applies in particular applications, both existing and new ones that are certified to handle CAD and open BIM, as well as support and training products.
The agreement shall cover the following services:
CAD / BIM software and licenses
Coordination and management of licenses (KAM)
Support for programs
Courses and training programs
The performance figures for business brokerage and consulting services in connection therewith.
It may be offered in one or both parts of the contract (ie either only North-Norway, only Western Norway or both geographic areas). Supplier shall submit separate offers for each part of the mission.
The contract includes the following aspects:
Realtor assist the customer throughout part or the entire process of planning and preparation of the sales mission, to the house / property is sold and the broker has made settlements with registration of deeds etc.
Regarding "easier" commercial real estate, then this is included in separate promulgated competition concerning residential brokerage.
The "easier" commercial means property zoned for industrial purposes not requiring industry expertise in connection with the sale, such as garages, bunkers, warehouses of smaller character etc.
Principal uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To register your interest, and get access to any documents, please click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser. [[Http://permalink.mercell.com/56780947.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.