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Ancillary works for electricity power lines

Energinet | Published November 8, 2017  -  Deadline November 21, 2017
cpvs
45232200

Supply of construction works consisting of excavation, drilling and cable laying in connection with the establishment of the 132 kV cable systems Avedøreværket-Amager coupling station and Glentegård-Svanemølle switching station.

Supply of construction works consisting of excavation, drilling and cable laying in connection with the establishment of the 132 kV cableway Avedøreværket-Amager switching station. Trace length approx. 11 km.

Supply of construction works consisting of excavation, drilling and cable laying in connection with the establishment of the 132 kV cableway Glentegård - Swan mill connection station. Trace length approx. 10 km.

Construction work for water and sewage pipelines

Fredericia Spildevand og Energi A/S | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
cpvs
45231300

The offered agreement is a framework agreement for sewer rehabilitation offered with its partnering agreement, which among other things entails the obligation for the successful tenderer for the entire contract to cooperate with the contractor for optimizing working processes in order to perform sewer ancestry not in a technically better way and / or economically more advantageous way.

Press http://permalink.mercell.com/66529957.aspx

The sewer ancestors not include the following main benefits:

o Obtaining digging permits, signs and markings plans and the organization of pipeline owners

o Resident Orientation

o Excavation and replacement of existing sewers and wells

o Establishment of new independent rainwater pipes and wells

o Switching on of laterals

o renovation of existing conduits by CIPP

o Documentation of work

o Participation in partnering

80-90% of the contract value is estimated to relate to the sewer rehabilitation by means of excavation and 10-20% of the contract value is estimated to relate to the sewer rehabilitation by no-dig solution.

II.1.4) and to the information in the tender material.

I.3) publicly available on www.mercell.com

To participate in the offer, you must be searching supply via Mercell at the address www.mercell.com (click påErhverv - Public procurement - use the search term 'Provision of a framework agreement in partnering for sewer rehabilitation')

Then sign up for the task by pressing »meld your interest. '

If you are not already a licensee of Mercell Denmark A / S, please fill out a registration of your company.

This registration is required for further participation and is at no cost.

Then you will receive log-in codes for Mercell.

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Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Boli.nu | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
cpvs
45200000

Building works include outline a comprehensive renovation and reconstruction of all 341 apartments spread over 15 blocks in boli.nu Section 7 Skanseparken. There will after renovation / redevelopment be 330 apartments.

11 of the blocks renovated with new bathrooms and kitchens, as well as all plumbing, heating and drainage systems replaced, and new ventilation built.

4 of the blocks further converted to the radical enhanced availability of new apartment device. Establish elevator in all wells in these blocks.

For all the blocks is the current that carried new balconies, porch and roof covering.

The open areas between the blocks renewed by paving, planting and terrain fixtures.

The works offered in the main contract for prequalification.

The work includes construction works in the main contract for the implementation of the physical

overall plan for boli.nu, comp. 7, Skanseparken

Client reserves the right to offer the job in concurrent tender as regards renovation extent of

facades.

Engineering design services

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 7, 2017
cpvs
71320000, 71322000, 71300000

The tendered contracts are framework agreements comprising engineering consultancy services to support DONG Energy Wind Powers offshore wind farm projects. The contracts are divided into the following lots:

Lot 1: Offshore substation design

Lot 2: Onshore substation design

Lot 3: Engineering services and design of buildings intended for Operation and Maintenance activities for offshore wind farms

Lot 4: Foundations structural design

As all procurement documents are available via the URL set out in I.3 above, please see contract appendix 1 for an elaborated description of the services comprised by the four lots (in particular Appendix 1 to the contract draft, scope of services).

Lot 1 comprises design services regarding offshore substations intended to be utilised in the construction of future offshore wind farms and design services in connection with similar structures intended for offshore deployment. As all procurement documents are available via the URL set out in I.3 above, please see contract appendix 1 for an elaborated description of the services comprised by lot 1.

Lot 2 comprises design services regarding onshore substations intended to be utilised in the construction of future offshore wind farms and design services in connection with similar structures intended for onshore deployment. As all procurement documents are available via the URL set out in I.3 above, please see contract appendix 1 for an elaborated description of the services comprised by lot 2.

Lot 3 concerns engineering services, architecture and design of buildings, including offices and warehouses, mainly intended for operation and maintenance activities for offshore wind farms. As all procurement documents are available via the URL set out in I.3 above, please see contract appendix 3 for an elaborated description of the services comprised by lot 3.

Lot 4 comprises engineering design of the primary steel in the monopiles, transition pieces and ‘jackets’ for offshore wind turbines as well as secondary structures such as landings, ladders, resting platforms, internal platforms, etc. As all procurement documents are available via the URL set out in I.3 above, please see contract appendix 1 for an elaborated description of the services comprised by lot 4.

Construction work

Boligkontoret Fredericia Afd. 604 | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline February 24, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 71000000

Boligkontoret Fredericia provider construction of 4,280 sq.m. public housing on a 3426 m 2 large plot of land (building zone 7) by the new district Fredericia C. Furthermore entered 3531 sq.m. private residential / commercial building in a physical blended construction. The general part of the project amounted to approximately 55% of the overall project, while the private sector accounts for about 45%. In the general framework established 41 new homes and a common room. Furthermore, established full basement under the project. The offered turnkey contract relating to the design and execution of the entire general part of the project as well as underground parking, and is subject to the turnkey contractor enters into a conditional purchase agreement on the building right and obligation to construct the private part at their own risk and expense.

Turnkey Contract for the construction of public housing and underground parking in a physically blended construction, which also includes private residential / commercial building. The project offered on behalf of Boligkontoret Fredericia dept. 604. Construction on the general part is offering duty acc. The applicable law, including procurement law and applicable regulations for the construction of public construction. It is a condition of the turnkey contract, the turnkey contractor performs the private part at their own risk and expense.

The supply of the turnkey contract implemented as a negotiated procedure in accordance with § 61-66 in the procurement law. Only pre-qualified bidders are entitled to submit bids and enter into any negotiation. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to award the contract on the basis of the tenderer's first offer and thus not be admitted to negotiation. The process of negotiated procedures are described in the specifications.

Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; lighting

Energinet.dk (‘ENDK’) | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
cpvs
31000000, 31200000, 31321300, 31321500, 45231400, 45314310

NGVL and ENDK (the ‘Employers’) are jointly developing an HVDC interconnector between the United Kingdom and Denmark (the ‘Interconnector’). This notice concerns the award of one or more contracts for the detailed design, engineering, procurement, manufacture, installation, construction, testing, commissioning, spares provision, operational handover and maintenance of an interconnector between the UK and Denmark.

The procurement is structured in 7 lots consisting of:

1. lot 1 — HVDC MIND Cables underground UK.

2. lot 2 — HVDC MIND Cables submarine UK.

3. lot 3 — HVDC MIND Cables submarine NL & DE.

4. lot 4 — HVDC MIND Cables submarine DK.

5. lot 5 — HVDC MIND Cables underground DK.

6. lot 6 — HVDC XLPE Cables underground and submarine UK, NL, DE, DK.

7. lot 7 — HVDC VSC Converters UK & DK.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 55km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, excluding the underground civils works, as more fully described in the Tender Documents.

Tenderers' submissions must include Transition Joints (as defined in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tenders for both Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 230km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end as more fully described in the Tender Documents. All installation is included in Lot 2.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tenders for both Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 195km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, as more fully described in the Tender Documents. All installation is included in Lot 3.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits individual compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 210km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, as more fully described in the Tender Documents. All installation is included in Lot 4.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as more fully described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution. Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commisioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525 kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tender for Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 76km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, excluding the underground civils work, as more fully described in the Tender Documents.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end to end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 768km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, excluding the underground civils works but including all submarine installation works, as more fully described in the Tender Documents.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as defined in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV XLPE and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables + accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been PQ tested in accordance with Cigre TB 496 and type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit a compliant tender for Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

— Design, delivery, installation and commissioning of all electrical equipment for the 1400MW @ +/- 525kV Bipol VSC converter stations in DK and UK — from connection to AC substation to the DC cable termination

— Civil design and works (etc. all required buildings and foundations) in DK and UK.

— Commissioning and testing of the Interconnector

— HVAC cable in the UK

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The Employers reserve the right to award a single contract in respect of Lot 7 or not to award any contract.

Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines

Energinet.dk | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline November 14, 2016
cpvs
45231000, 45232000

The Offering consists of digging and installation of approximately 3 km land cable in two parallel corridors of bundled cables from the station Laröd to the beach at Sofiero.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Energinet.dk | Published September 14, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
cpvs
71000000, 71310000, 71540000

Sections to be tested are TEG-LAR 1+2 (Teglstrupgård — Laröd in Denmark and Sweeden).

RSC Cure NL LOT 1 — Civil Works

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline September 1, 2016
cpvs
45100000, 45200000, 45111230, 45111240, 45113000, 45310000, 45311100, 45311000, 45313100, 45315300, 45315600, 45315500, 45315700, 45321000, 45323000, 45324000, 45341000, 45343000, 45351000, 44114250, 44114000, 45250000, 45251240, 45252000, 45252120, 45252130, 45253000, 45254200, 45210000, 45233120, 45233226, 45223210

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted

household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW). DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG

Energy REnescience B.V.

The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling.

The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120,000 ton of household waste per year, or 15 t/h.

This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience Plant Buildings and Civil Works internal referred to as LOT 1, which consists of following main deliverables:

1.1 The building containing the REnescience core process equipment.

1.2 The building containing digestate dewatering equipment and evaporator process equipment.

1.3 The enclosure/building containing the straw fired boiler/workshop facilities incl. wood chip storage facilities.

1.4 All concrete/foundation work for support of building, biogas tanks and tank farms in general.

1.5 All roads and areas, fencing, gates and other external areas.

In general:

Foundation and floors (Substructure):

Floors and foundations are supported by prefabricated concrete piles. Floors are casted on site using reinforced concrete. Foundation are casted on site using reinforced concrete. A layer of capillary break using gravel are placed beneath the floor. No insulation in floors are expected

Structure above ground (Superstructure)

Load bearing structure made primarily of prefabricated concrete units and/or prefabricated steel frames.

Prefabricated concrete columns and beams

Slabs are made of prefabricated hollow core units and/or reinforced concrete casted on site

Walls are made of reinforced concrete covered with insulation and lightweight plating materials.

Regarding 1.1) The REnescience Core Equipment Building

The delivery will consist of all building structures enclosing the Core REnescience electro-mechanical equipment and support structures. The building is approximately 60 meters wide, 100 meters in length with an internal height of maximum 20 meters. The building is to be shaped as a cubicle construction.

Load bearing structure is made of steel frames and is fire insulated if required. The facade primarily made of pre-fabricated lightweight steel sandwich panels (No extra cladding is expected).

From 0 — 3m height, the facade is made of prefabricated concrete walls for robustness.

Roof construction made of trapezoidal sheets, vapour barrier, insulation and asphalt roofing felt.

The civil contractor's scope will be including foundations, drainage/sump facilities and all supporting building steel/concrete structures. Within the building, an above ground level concrete waste pit is also included in the civil contractor's scope of work. The waste pit is constructed by reinforced concrete which primarily shall be casted on site. The civil contractor's scope will furthermore include building heating system excl. heating source (boiler), water and sanitation installations, building and room HVAC, buildings electrical systems incl. light- and (service)outlet installations, complete earthing and lightning protection system.

Requirements from special regulations fire, energy and noise can require a change of the above described construction principals.

Regarding 1.2) The digestate dewatering and evaporator building.

The delivery will consist of all building structures enclosing the process digestate and evaporator equipment electro-mechanical equipment and support structures. The building is approximately 15 meters wide, 40 meters in length with a maximum height of 11 meters. The building is to be shaped as a cubicle construction and will also contain a designated confined areas for electrical switch boards.

The civil contractor's scope will be including foundations, drainage/sump facilities and all supporting building steel/concrete structures. The civil contractor's scope will furthermore include building heating system excl. heating source (boiler), water and sanitation installations, building and room HVAC, buildings electrical systems incl. light- and (service)outlet installations, complete earthing and lightning protection system.

Requirements from special regulations fire, energy and noise can require a change of the above described construction principals.

Regarding 1.3) The building for the straw fired boiler/workshop facilities incl. wood chip silo facilities

The delivery will consist of all building structures enclosing the straw fired boiler (incl. walking floor wood chip silo) the workshop and the support structures. The building is approximately 15 meters wide, 40 meters in length with a maximum height of 11 meters. The building is to be shaped as a cubicle construction.

The civil contractor's scope will be including foundations, drainage/sump facilities and all supporting building steel/concrete structures. The civil contractor's scope will furthermore include building heating system excl. heating source (boiler), water and sanitation installations, building and room HVAC, buildings electrical systems incl. light- and (service)outlet installations, complete earthing and lightning protection system.

Requirements from special regulations fire, energy and noise can require a change of the above described construction principals.

Regarding 2.4) All concrete/foundation work for support of building, access roads, biogas tanks and tank farms in general.

The delivery will consist of all concrete work required to support buildings, fencing of the plot, access gates, access roads, large biogas tanks, fire water tank and tanks in general. The total paved area is approximately 11 000 m2. The work will likewise include the making of drains required to de-water the site in case of spilling as well as drains for surface water and ascending gas from the underground. The Employer will specify the requirement depending on the specific requirements related to the relevant equipment and piping installations.

Options.

Following items are expected to be tendered as an option:

1. A complete bio-filter and odour-control system incl. necessary civil structures

2. An internal and external water fire protection system incl. fire water tank and pump/pressure system

3. Waste crane and other cranes in buildings

4. A personnel lift in the REnescience Core Equipment Building

5. Pipe- and cable bridge steel structures between the buildings

6. Weighing bridges for trucks incl. necessary civil structures

7. An access control system incl. necessary civil structures.

Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts are tendered as one tender in Netherlands (LOT 1 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in several lots):

A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market:

— DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract.

B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and the tenderers:

— Each of the mentioned main deliverables and options, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces.

Managing and controlling these with different contractors — if tendered as separate contracts — would be possible,

however the technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to

mitigate this risk, is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization.

— In the project execution phase, due to the many deliverables with highly integrated systems and the technical complexity, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the construction-, and commissioning phase. Some systems are physically located on top of each other, and some are statically, and system wise dependent, whereas the time schedule would be affected, due to a significantly extended time for completion.

C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts

— The main deliverables and options represent interconnected integrated civil structures and systems for a complete waste handling system, comprising

various complex civil-, mechanical- and electrical interfaces, whereas the respective civil structures and systems cannot be seen as separate single standing contracts.

— If — hypothetically — the above mentioned main deliverables were tendered as separate contracts, the requirements for the process, specification of scope and handling of access to site, who has caused possible delays at the many interfaces would be unrealistically high. This would cause an immediate impact on the civil project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential contractors either would decline applying for the PQ, or alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business case. Basically, tendering LOT 1 as one integrated contract, is based on the fact that the scope is considered the buildings and civil works for the entire plant facility, where interfaces between structures and systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to have clear structure and system responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the preparation and engineering and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. The Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a deliverables, cost, market and risk perspective.

General info:

Specific demands for guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material.

Construction management services

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published August 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
cpvs
71540000, 71317210, 90721000, 90714600, 90714500, 71247000, 71248000, 71520000, 71521000

Construction management services

RSC Cure NL Lot 13 — HSE and Construction Management

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published August 3, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
cpvs
71540000, 71317210, 90721000, 90714600, 90714500, 71247000, 71248000, 71520000, 71521000

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW). DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V.

The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling.

The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, during calendar year 2017-2018 and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 ton of household waste per year or 15 t/h.

This pre-qualification is specific to the RSC Cure NL HSE and Construction Management referred to as Lot 13, which consists of following examples of services (the list is not exhaustive):

— Site management/ construction management;

— HSE management, health, safety, environment;

— Erection supervision, including quality, mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation, civil supervisions;

— Commissioning management, including quality, mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation, civil supervisions;

— Safety coordination;

— From defined point in project execution, the technical project engineering.

More detailed description of scope of work can be found in ‘Tender Conditions’ document on SCANMARKET, as per section I.1) Internet addresses.

16/06797 - UXO Consultancy and Desktop study for Kriegers Flak CGS (Combined Grid Solution)

Energinet.dk | Published May 20, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
cpvs
76500000

Energinet.dk and 50Hz Transmission are planning a HVAC cable between offshore substations located at the two Offshore Windfarms: Kriegers Flak (Danish) and Baltic 2 (German). The planned cable route is approxi-mately 25 km long.
In relation to UXO activities’ including surveys for these projects Energinet.dk and 50Hz Transmission requests the provision of UXO consultancy. The scope shall include the provision of the following two elements:
• UXO desktop study for the planned construction area along the cable route
• UXO consultancy services with the purpose of supervise the survey contractor and ensure that Ener-ginet.dk and 50Hz Transmission arrives with a route where the UXO risk level has been mitigated to ALARP and in consideration of all national UXO standards.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Boligkontoret Fredericia, afd. 604 | Published February 19, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2016
cpvs
45200000

Main for complete or part construction and civil engineering

RSC Cure NL Lot 4 — March 2016.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
cpvs
42996900, 42996600, 45252127, 42996700, 42996800

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted

household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW).

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V.

The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling.

The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 t of household waste per year, or 15 t/h.

This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience Waste Water Treatment plant (WWT), referred to as LOT 4, which comprise following main processes:

4.1 Digestate aeration and sludge conditioning.

4.2 Digestate phase separation, reject holding tank and solid digestate storage.

4.3 Liquid digestate evaporation unit(s) and water and brine storage facilities.

The Processes 3.1 to 3.3 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, representing the system AD-plant.

Regarding 4.1) Digestate aeration and sludge conditioning.

The delivery comprise all electromechanical equipment required for receiving, aerating and conditioning the liquefied digestate (liquid/solid slurry at this stage). The purpose of this process is to aerate and successively remove heavy metals from the digestate by means of e.g. dosage of polymer and flocculation chemicals. The delivery will consist of the unit operations aeration and sludge conditioning as well as delivery of equipment for storage and dosing of polymers and flocculation chemicals. The requirement of an aeration stage is however a decision to be made by a potential bidder in order to conform with the required performance demands.

Regarding 4.2) Digestate phase separation, reject holding tank and solid digestate storage.

The delivery comprise all electromechanical equipment required in order to achieve an efficient solid/liquid separation of the digestate and appropriate storage facilities for the solids and liquid. The solids are to be stored prior to removal from the plant. As for the liquid storage, the REnescience plant is to recycle the water into the REnescience core scope (Lot 2). Hence, a digestate buffer tank is to be included in the supply.

Regarding 4.3) Liquid digestate evaporation unit(s) and water and brine storage facilities.

From the digestate buffer tank, a fraction of the liquid is returned to lot 2 and the remaining digestate is led to the evaporation units. The delivery comprise all electro mechanical equipment required in order to achieve a controlled split between the two streams, and to secure an efficient evaporation in order to produce zero salinity water to be returned to lot 2. Furthermore, clean water and brine buffer tanks shall be included in the scope of a potential supplier

Options

Following items are expected to be tendered as an option:

— Service and maintenance contract.

General:

Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the power consumption, and warrantee period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material.

Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts are tendered as one tender in Netherlands (LOT 4 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in several lots):

A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market:

— DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract.

B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and the tenderers:

— Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange of signals — and they are all process steps in an integrated water treatment process. Managing and controlling these — it tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk, is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization.

— In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes, systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase.

C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts.

— The processes represent an interconnected integrated waste water treatment system, comprising various complex process-, mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen as a separate single standing systems and/or tanks.

— If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business case.

Basically, tendering LOT 4 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered as ‘one process system’, which is available on the market, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the innovative nature of the entire facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk perspective.

Construction work

Energinet.dk | Published March 2, 2016  -  Deadline March 14, 2016
cpvs

Construction work

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Boligkontoret Fredericia, afd. 604 | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline March 1, 2016
cpvs
45200000

Boligkontoret Fredericia (social housing) and private investor with companies being formed wants to build common new buildings comprising the housing, underground parking and a small erhvervsdel. A total of about 7811 m². The public housing represents about 4,280 m² corresponding to 55%, while the private share is approx 3,531 m² corresponding to 45% of which business part will consist of approximately 200-300 sq. Boligkontoret Fredericia is the developer of subsidized housing (55%), while the private investor is the developer of the remainder (45%). The contract relates to a main contract for the whole building and offered total - distributed with a contract for each of the two builders.

Architectural and related services

Energinet.dk | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
cpvs
71200000, 71500000

The main contract includes the construction of buildings and structures on the Danish side of the project COBRAcable. Energinet.dk and the Dutch TSO TenneT intends to establish a 700 MW HVDC link between the two countries to exchange energy and hence improve security of supply and ensure attractive energy prices in Denmark and the Netherlands. To this end, a cable connection with associated converter stations respectively Endrup at Bramming in Denmark and in Eemshaven in the Dutch north coast. Energinet.dk provider in this connection the main contract for the construction - and construction activities on the Danish side in Endrup. The contract is offered on the basis of a specific tender.

Architectural and related services 2015 / S 250-459239

Energinet.dk | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
cpvs
71200000, 71500000

The main contract includes the construction of buildings and structures on the Danish side of the project COBRAcable. Energinet.dk and the Dutch TSO TenneT intends to establish a 700 MW HVDC link between the two countries to exchange energy and hence improve security of supply and ensure attractive energy prices in Denmark and the Netherlands. To this end, a cable connection with associated converter stations respectively Endrup at Bramming in Denmark and in Eemshaven in the Dutch north coast. Energinet.dk provider in this connection the main contract for the construction - and construction activities on the Danish side in Endrup. The contract is offered on the basis of a specific tender.

Gasdistribution og beslægtede tjenester 2015/S 248-452953

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
cpvs
65200000, 65210000

The Municipality of Copenhagen and CPH City & Port has decided to establish homes and offices in the former industrial area between HC Ørsted Power Plant and the harbor at Enghave Brygge. In this context, the transmission line from Amager to HC Ørstedsværket shall be redirected. This contract notice includes the project to plan, design and build a new MR station that can be connected to the existing plant at HC Ørsted Power Plant and Energinet.dk's re-engineered gas pipeline. The new MR Station shall be delivered as a turnkey delivery. The MR station is supplied with 55 bar gas from a transmission line. The gas is to be reduced in pressure in the MR-station and supplied to HCV on two pressure levels: 1. Approximately 4 bar gas with a total maximal nominal consumption of approximately 55 000 Nm3/h 2. Approximately 24 bar gas with a total maximal nominal consumption of approximately 11 000 Nm3/h The turnkey contract contains as a minimum — but not limited to — the following: — Design / detailed design of all deliveries, — Delivery of documentation and materials for the purpose of regulatory approval (technical specifications regarding gas, environmental and construction-related regulatory procedures). — Proof of delivery. — Compliance with technical specifications from DONG Energy. — Information on dimensions, weight etc. to be used for foundations. — Architectural project(s), including design drawings, descriptions, as-built drawings, calculations etc. — Establishment of structures, — The design, procurement and construction of installations, including a. Ventilation system. b. Piping for inlet, filter, pre-heating, control, measurement and outlet. c. Instrumentation, instrumentation tubing, blow down and vent lines. d. gas train. e. Heating system incl. space heating. f. SCADA system incl. calculations, PLC programming, data exchange, installation plans, diagrams, charts, etc. g. Electric power supply. h. Low voltage switchgear and control relays. i. Control Panels. j. Communication system (SCADA) k. Gas Alarm System. l. Emergency supply (UPS). m. Water supply n. Drainage incl. connection to sewer — FAT and SAT test of components. — All transportation, handling and insurance etc. incl. crane and crane lift at supplier and the construction site. — All fees etc in connection with the approval of the design and construction of pressurized components according to Danish legislation. — Regulatory requirements for specific measurements, such as noise and emissions. — Contact with authorities in regards to transport through Denmark.

HCV MR Station M-01 MR Station.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
cpvs
65200000, 65210000

The Municipality of Copenhagen and CPH City & Port has decided to establish homes and offices in the former industrial area between HC Ørsted Power Plant and the harbor at Enghave Brygge. In this context, the transmission line from Amager to HC Ørstedsværket shall be redirected.

This contract notice includes the project to plan, design and build a new MR station that can be connected to the existing plant at HC Ørsted Power Plant and Energinet.dk's re-engineered gas pipeline. The new MR Station shall be delivered as a turnkey delivery.

The MR station is supplied with 55 bar gas from a transmission line. The gas is to be reduced in pressure in the MR-station and supplied to HCV on two pressure levels:

1. Approximately 4 bar gas with a total maximal nominal consumption of approximately 55 000 Nm3/h

2. Approximately 24 bar gas with a total maximal nominal consumption of approximately 11 000 Nm3/h

The turnkey contract contains as a minimum — but not limited to — the following:

— Design / detailed design of all deliveries,

— Delivery of documentation and materials for the purpose of regulatory approval (technical specifications regarding gas, environmental and construction-related regulatory procedures).

— Proof of delivery.

— Compliance with technical specifications from DONG Energy.

— Information on dimensions, weight etc. to be used for foundations.

— Architectural project(s), including design drawings, descriptions, as-built drawings, calculations etc.

— Establishment of structures,

— The design, procurement and construction of installations, including

a. Ventilation system.

b. Piping for inlet, filter, pre-heating, control, measurement and outlet.

c. Instrumentation, instrumentation tubing, blow down and vent lines.

d. gas train.

e. Heating system incl. space heating.

f. SCADA system incl. calculations, PLC programming, data exchange, installation plans, diagrams, charts, etc.

g. Electric power supply.

h. Low voltage switchgear and control relays.

i. Control Panels.

j. Communication system (SCADA)

k. Gas Alarm System.

l. Emergency supply (UPS).

m. Water supply

n. Drainage incl. connection to sewer

— FAT and SAT test of components.

— All transportation, handling and insurance etc. incl. crane and crane lift at supplier and the construction site.

— All fees etc in connection with the approval of the design and construction of pressurized components according to Danish legislation.

— Regulatory requirements for specific measurements, such as noise and emissions.

— Contact with authorities in regards to transport through Denmark.