The assignment is for the construction of a new town bridge in the centre of Flekkefjord in Vest-Agder. The bridge is approx. 40 m long. The contract mainly includes; demolition of the existing bridge from 1950, construction and removal of a temporary bridge/diversion road, work on the new steel town bridge, adjoining roads and installations, as well as the re-establishment of Apotekerhagen etc. The annual daily traffic count is approx. 9 500, with seasonal variations up to approx. 13 000 - 14 000 vehicles a day in the summer.
Foundation works for Sam Eyde upper secondary school Construction stage 2.
See also previously distributed information in connection with:
A prior information notice regarding a new construction stage at Sam Eyde upper secondary school.
A new building is planned with a footbridge in the second floor to the current school building. The Construction and Transportation Department as well as the Building Department which currently are located in premises at Froland, shall relocate to this building. The gross area of the new building is approx. 5 500 m
Groundworks will be published as a separate tender contest.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Region South, requests tenders for project and construction management in connection with administration, operation and maintenance of bridges.
The contract includes works on national or county roads in accordance with the attached reports for each county, ‘Overview of asphalt contracts’ and ‘Quantity summary and list of sections’.
This notice covers 9 contracts.
This tender notice covers 9 contracts with a tender deadline 14.2.2017. Approx. 300 000 tonnes of asphalt shall be laid in the contracts, and approx. 1 000 000 m² of asphalt shall be milled away. The largest contract includes production and laying of approx. 65 000 tonnes of asphalt, while the smallest contract includes production and laying of approx. 15 000 tonnes of asphalt.
The contractor will be responsible for familiarizing himself with the stretches in the contract before the start-up.
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