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Tunnel Trehøjevej

Herning Kommune | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
cpvs
45221240

The contract is called the "Tunnel Trehøjevej" and includes the establishment of stitunnel during Trehøjevej complete with bike path at Nøvlingeholmvej / Nybogårdvej, Herning Municipality. The tunnel must be established as a part of the safe school route for schoolchildren (superstructure) from Sinding going forward must go on Skibbild School. In connection with the establishment of the tunnel about 250 m bidirectional cycle path. The contract comprises the main features: • Site clearing and earthworks • Drainage Work • Coating Processing • Marking Works • Guardrails Workers • Delivery and installation of pumping • Delivery and installation of steel tunnel / concrete tunnel following schedule is applicable to the project: 12 / 08-2015 Tender 26 / 08-2015 Ask Deadline 31 / 08-2015 tendering 02 / 09-2015 Acceptance Week 38/2015 Possible startup 27 / 11-2015 Deadline Delivery of tender documents can be made by writing to Kim Lind Johannessen at e-mail address: kmlj@ramboll.dk

Wind turbines — Wind tunnel Axial Fan.

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet | Published July 11, 2015
Winner
TLT-Turbo GmbH
cpvs
31121320, 31121330

Delivery, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance of Wind Tunnel Axial Fan.

Oesterbro tunnel - cloudburst wire.

Hofor A/S | Published May 28, 2014  -  Deadline June 30, 2014
cpvs
45221000, 45232130

In the context of climate change adaptation and cloudbursts security in outer Oesterbro must HOFOR bring an approx. 600 m long ø2 500 mm tunnel for approx. 8-11 m depth from Kalkbrænderihavnen to Nielsen Avenue / Johan Svendsen's Road. In preparation for tunneling, make two cofferdams, which after tunneling to be cast, respectively. inlet and udløbsbygværk. An intermediate shaft for connection of rainwater from the old Sound Hospital Area to the tunnel included as an option cf. II.2.2). Finally, it should be from the tunnel performed an approx. 20 m long discharge line to Kalkbrænderihavnen with associated kajgennembrydning. There will be a cross between BDK railroad tracks, where special conditions and requirements will apply. Most of the tunnel work will take place at the former Gasworks ground, where groundwater and soil on a portion of the alignment is expected to be heavily polluted. The tunneling will predominantly take place in glacial till with water-bearing friction layer below the water table. The work is scheduled as partnering between client and contractor, the key words will be open, constructive, active and effective cooperation on technical solutions uncertainties and risks overskuds-/underskudsdeling and open books relative to the economy, based on mutual respect, trust and professionalism . Any sub-contractors are expected to participate actively and constructively in the process.

Ringing Station - Aprons to tunnel under the track in Rings

Faaborg-Midtfyn Kommune | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline October 8, 2015
cpvs
71000000, 71200000, 71210000, 71220000, 71222000, 71300000, 71320000, 71400000, 71420000, 71421000

In 2016 behaves Faaborg-Midtfyn a new tunnel under the railway near Ringe Station. In this context, the City wishes to bring an apron on both sides of the tunnel, and thus make visible the urban context, be restored in the center of the rings. Aprons intended to take a total area of ​​approximately From 3.000 to 3.500 m². The area east of the railway is part of a larger master plan, and the intention is to extend the bus terminal, residential and industrial. In this connection, the restricted procedure after the Offer Act and Faaborg-Midtfyn invites interested bidders to apply for qualification to lead consultancy. The supply of lead consultancy carried out partly as a contest in which there must be submitted a draft proposal to the architectural design of the forecourts, including aesthetically working of all internal surfaces of the tunnel and retaining walls and lighting in the tunnel and on the seats. Will the contest be an emphasis on aesthetics, functionality and the technical solution. In addition to the appraisal, the task total consultancy (by engineer and architect / landscape architect) in programming, design and supply of the plant in the main contract. After the conclusion of the main contract will be optional påtotalrådgiveren construction supervision until the plant closure. The total cost of total consultancy, together with the appraisal included in the assessment of the bids, see. Paragraph 9 below. The performance of the plant is expected to start in week 32, 2016. Immediately prior to implementation shortening of freight tracks and tunnel establishment and support walls in week 29-30, 2016. aprons should be finished up at the end of December 2016. Possibly. planting on aprons may be postponed to the spring of 2017.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel South Contract.

Femern A/S | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
Femern Link Contractors — Tunnel Group
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45220000, 45221000, 45221246, 45240000, 45262300, 45262310, 71000000, 71300000, 71350000

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project’) is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This will be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway subject to plan approvals. It will traverse the 19 km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden in Northern Germany. The immersed tunnel elements will be manufactured at a pre-designated site at Rødbyhavn on Lolland (‘Production Site’). The Principal Contracts are: (1) Tunnel Dredging and Reclamation Contract; (2) Tunnel North Contract; (3) Tunnel South Contract; and (4) Tunnel Portals and Ramps Contract. Voluntary ex ante transparency notices are being simultaneously published in the Official Journal of the European Union for all four Principal Contracts.

The works to be carried out under the Contract were subject to a call for competition (2012/S 192-315515) and the award and terms of the Contract are in accordance with that procedure (a competitive dialogue).

A) However, as part of the procedure, the time limit for completion of the works has been extended as a consequence of the delay of the land works connecting the link in Germany and in order to achieve savings. In the call for competition, the time limit for performance of the Contract was stated to be 68 months. The time limit for performance of the contract has been extended to 87 months.

B) Furthermore, due to an unforeseen delay in the German Plan Approval process, the Contract will be concluded with the addition of a Condition Precedent. This addition follows the principle stated in the call for competition, section VI.3 (and similarly PQQ, section 1.3.6) to the effect that the start of the construction is subject to the approval by the German planning authorities. This principle has been maintained throughout the process, including in the Stage 1 invitation and onwards.

According to the Condition Precedent, the Contract does not come into full force and effect until the Owner serves a notice with a works commencement date following the German Plan Approval having been obtained (or the Danish Ministry of Transport and Building decides to start the works regardless), and the Contract will automatically lapse no later than 1 January 2022 (the Contract has several possibilities of lapsing earlier) if the Condition Precedent has not been fulfilled by then.

The contractor will be compensated for the costs related to the inclusion of the Condition Precedent. Prior to award of the Contract, Femern A/S has discussed the terms of adding the Condition Precedent with all participating bidders in an organised process with written feedback and meetings. The terms of compensating the contractor under the Condition Precedent follow from the result of that process and include a fixed compensation for running costs as well as a capped compensation of other documented costs.

Following this, Femern A/S has now finalised the evaluation of the tenders, has identified the Preferred Bidder (see section V.3) and intends to sign the Contract, including the terms relevant to the Condition Precedent, with the Preferred Bidder. However, Femern A/S does not consider the tendering process to be concluded until the Contract has been signed and may yet arrive at the conclusion that it is necessary to abandon (cancel) the process. For example, the signing of the Contract remains subject to a final political approval of the terms.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel North Contract.

Femern A/S | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
Femern Link Contractors — Tunnel Group
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45220000, 45221000, 45221246, 45240000, 45262300, 71000000, 71300000, 71350000, 45262310

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project’) is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This will be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway, subject to plan approvals. It will traverse the 19 km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden in Northern Germany. The immersed tunnel elements will be manufactured at a pre-designated site at Rødbyhavn on Lolland (‘Production Site’). The Principal Contracts are: (1) Tunnel Dredging and Reclamation Contract; (2) Tunnel North Contract; (3) Tunnel South Contract; and (4) Tunnel Portals and Ramps Contract. Voluntary ex ante transparency notices are being simultaneously published in the Official Journal of the European Union for all four Principal Contracts.

The works to be carried out under the Contract were subject to a call for competition (2012/S 192-315514) and the award and terms of the Contract are in accordance with that procedure (a competitive dialogue).

A) However, as part of the procedure, the time limit for completion of the works has been extended as a consequence of the delay of the land works connecting the link in Germany and in order to achieve savings. In the call for competition, the time limit for performance of the Contract was stated to be 68 months. The time limit for performance of the contract has been extended to 87 months.

B) Furthermore, due to an unforeseen delay in the German Plan Approval process, the Contract will be concluded with the addition of a Condition Precedent. This addition follows the principle stated in the call for competition, section VI.3 (and similarly PQQ, section 1.3.6) to the effect that the start of the construction is subject to the approval by the German planning authorities. This principle has been maintained throughout the process, including in the Stage 1 invitation and onwards.

According to the Condition Precedent, the Contract does not come into full force and effect until the Owner serves a notice with a works commencement date following the German Plan Approval having been obtained (or the Danish Ministry of Transport and Building decides to start the works regardless), and the Contract will automatically lapse no later than 1 January 2022 (the Contract has several possibilities of lapsing earlier) if the Condition Precedent has not been fulfilled by then.

The contractor will be compensated for the costs related to the inclusion of the Condition Precedent. Prior to award of the Contract, Femern A/S has discussed the terms of adding the Condition Precedent with all participating bidders in an organised process with written feedback and meetings. The terms of compensating the contractor under the Condition Precedent follow from the result of that process and include a fixed compensation for running costs as well as a capped compensation of other documented costs.

Following this, Femern A/S has now finalised the evaluation of the tenders, has identified the Preferred Bidder (see section V.3) and intends to sign the Contract, including the terms relevant to the Condition Precedent, with the Preferred Bidder. However, Femern A/S does not consider the tendering process to be concluded until the Contract has been signed and may yet arrive at the conclusion that it is necessary to abandon (cancel) the process. For example, the signing of the Contract remains subject to a final political approval of the terms.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Dredging and Reclamation Contract.

Femern A/S | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
Fehmarn Belt Contractors TDR
cpvs
34513250, 45000000, 45100000, 45112100, 45112300, 45112500, 45112700, 45240000, 45241100, 45243000, 71000000, 71300000, 71350000, 71351500

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project’) is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This will be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway subject to plan approvals. It will traverse the 19 km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden in Northern Germany. The immersed tunnel elements will be manufactured at a pre-designated site at Rødbyhavn on Lolland (‘Production Site’). The Principal Contracts are: (1) Tunnel Dredging and Reclamation Contract; (2) Tunnel North Contract; (3) Tunnel South Contract; and (4) Tunnel Portals and Ramps Contract. Voluntary ex ante transparency notices are being simultaneously published in the Official Journal of the European Union for all four Principal Contracts.

The works to be carried out under the Contract were subject to a call for competition (2012/S 193-317160) and the award and terms of the Contract are in accordance with that procedure (a competitive dialogue).

Due to an unforeseen delay in the German Plan Approval process, the Contract will be concluded with the addition of a Condition Precedent. This addition follows the principle stated in the call for competition, section VI.3 (and similarly PQQ, section 1.3.6) to the effect that the start of the construction is subject to the approval by the German planning authorities. This principle has been maintained throughout the process, including in the Stage 1 invitation and onwards.

According to the Condition Precedent, the Contract does not come into full force and effect until the Owner serves a notice with a works commencement date following the German Plan Approval having been obtained (or the Danish Ministry of Transport and Building decides to start the works regardless), and the Contract will automatically lapse no later than 1 January 2022 (the Contract has several possibilities of lapsing earlier) if the Condition Precedent has not been fulfilled by then.

The contractor will be compensated for the costs related to the inclusion of the Condition Precedent. Prior to award of the Contract, Femern A/S has discussed the terms of adding the Condition Precedent with all participating bidders in an organised process with written feedback and meetings. The terms of compensating the contractor under the Condition Precedent follow from the result of that process and include a fixed compensation for running costs as well as a capped compensation of other documented costs.

Following this, Femern A/S has now finalised the evaluation of the tenders, has identified the Preferred Bidder (see section V.3) and intends to sign the Contract, including the terms relevant to the Condition Precedent, with the Preferred Bidder. However, Femern A/S does not consider the tendering process to be concluded until the Contract has been signed and may yet arrive at the conclusion that it is necessary to abandon (cancel) the process. For example, the signing of the Contract remains subject to a final political approval of the terms.

Køge Coast - north tunnel.

Køge Kyst P/S | Published November 18, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
cpvs
45000000, 45221000, 45221200, 45221240, 45221241, 45233120, 45234100

The project Køge Coast Northern tunnel covers the construction of road tunnel under the sheet is conveyed. The road runs to the northeast extension of the nyomlagte Ivar Huitfeldtsvej from Niels Juel Street and connect the existing Værftsvej east of the field. The main disciplines in the project is road tunnel and rail. Below briefly describes the individual specialist disciplines input to the project: Street: Establishment of road tunnel under the track where the nyomlagte Ivar Huitfeldtsvej connected from Niels Juel Street to Værftsvej east of the field. Establishing a northerly road tunnel causes that one of the runway track will be closed, and there shall be established a replacement track. Replacement track shall have an access road which is used for loading and unloading, which means that it also needs a Læssevej. Tunnel: The new approximately 150 m long concrete tunnel has a constant width and varying depth. The top plate is cast horizontally on the same elevation with sloping transitions at each end against the two ramps, respectively. east and west. The bottom plate follows road profile, so that the tunnel construction height changing continuously through the tunnel. Tread: The northern road tunnel is a cut and cover tunnel with a transferred track and tunnel considered structurally as a track-bearing bridge where the railway standard BN1-59-4 apply. Track project includes sections north of Køge St, where S-line, remote field and various siding affected. The project includes picking up and reincorporation of recorded tracks across the railway tracks, north of the station where the future road tunnel to be built.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Portals and Ramps Contract.

Femern A/S | Published March 9, 2016
Winner
Femern Link Contractors — Portals Group
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45112500, 45221000, 45221100, 45221248, 45240000, 45262310, 45300000, 71000000, 71300000, 71350000

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project’) is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This will be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway subject to plan approvals. It will traverse the 19 km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden in northern Germany. The immersed tunnel elements will be manufactured at a pre-designated site at Rødbyhavn on Lolland (‘Production Site’). The Principal Contracts are: (1) Tunnel Dredging and Reclamation Contract; (2) Tunnel North Contract; (3) Tunnel South Contract; and (4) Tunnel Portals and Ramps Contract. Voluntary ex ante transparency notices are being simultaneously published in the Official Journal of the European Union for all 4 Principal Contracts.

The works to be carried out under the contract was subject to a call for competition (2012/S 192-315516) and the award and terms of the contract are in accordance with this procedure (a competitive dialogue).

A) However, as part of this procedure the time limit for completion of the works has been extended as a consequence of the delay of the land works connecting the link in Germany and in order to achieve savings. In the call for competition the time limit for the contract was stated to be 78 months. The time limit for the contract has been extended to 105 months.

B) In addition, due to an unforeseen delay in the German Plan Approval process the contract will be concluded with the addition of a condition precedent. This addition follows the principle stated in the call for competition section VI.3 (and similarly PQQ section 1.3.6) that the start of the construction is subject to the approval by the German planning authorities. This principle has been maintained throughout the process, including in the Stage 1 invitation and onwards.

According to this condition precedent the contract does not come into full force and effect until the Owner serves a notice with a works commencement date following the German Plan Approval having been obtained (or the Danish Ministry of Transport and Building decides to start the works regardless) and the contract will automatically lapse no later than 1.1.2022 (the contract has several possibilities of lapsing earlier) if the condition has not been fulfilled by then. The contractor will be compensated for the costs related to the inclusion of this condition precedent. Femern A/S has prior to award of the contract discussed terms for adding the condition precedent with all participating bidders in an organised process with written feedback and meetings. The terms for compensating the contractor under the condition precedent follows the result of this process, and includes a fixed compensation for running costs as well as a capped compensation of other documented costs.

Following this Femern A/S has now finalised the evaluation of the tenders, has identified the Preferred Bidder (see section V.3) and intends to sign the contract including the terms relevant to the condition precedent with the Preferred Bidder. However, Femern A/S does not consider the tendering process to be concluded prior to the signing of the contract and may yet arrive at the conclusion that it is necessary to abandon (cancel) the process. For example the signing of the contract remains subject to a final political approval of the terms.

Application for the provision of consultancy services to Vesterbro Tunnel idea phase

HOFOR A/S | Published November 27, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
cpvs
71000000, 71320000

The project is part of the municipality of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg "Specification of cloudburst plans Ladegårdså, Frederiksberg East and Vesterbro catchments" and includes the downstream vein of cloudburst network, described in the plan. There are cloudburst plan set for 2 master plans that includes several cloudbursts roads. Common to the two master plans is a tunnel under the Vesterbro running from or close by St. George Lake and out to the harbor. The idea of ​​the tunnel in this project is called Vesterbro Tunnel, is that it must have function of both downstream skybrudsvej as collecting cord for everyday rain from the sewer system. The dimensions of the tunnel varies depending on whether the municipality chooses to implement master plan 1 or 2. The present project therefore includes investigation of possible alignment of St.. George Lake to the harbor. Advisory services should include include: Collecting and analyzing data Analyze the hydraulic connections in the system budgeting / cost estimation of costs associated with the establishment of the tunnel Making screening for appropriate legislation and regulations mm. Report writing Participation project meetings and workshops. Scope of the consultancy services performance is assessed to be scheduled for up to approximately 0.9 million. DKK. We do not guarantee sales for a fixed amount or fixed number of hours. Offeror must therefore expect an adjustment in hours upwards or downwards see. Project progress. The benefit is not expected to exceed 1.5 million. £ And offer more than 1.5 million. USD will be rejected. Performance Advisor is sought assistance in Q1 2015. MATERIAL FOR APPLICATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION available from HOFOR by offering consultant Marianne Brede Gaard email: mbrd@hofor.dk.

Light sources for tunnel.

Øresundsbro Konsortiet | Published October 22, 2013
Winner
Aura Light AktiebolagBox 508Karlskrona 371 23 order@auralight.sewww.aura.se
cpvs
31527260, 31527200

Invitation to tender: Øresundsbro Consortium (Buyer) hereby invites to tender / tilbudsgivning on Lamps to the tunnel. Fact: The buyer has need of lighting, lamps, lighters and similar products for the ongoing operation of the facility. The buyer has primary need of 5,000 lamps with starters if these are required. Buyer places high demands on the quality of the light source. The buyer has a strong focus on energy efficiency and therefore evaluating the tenders received under a life-cycle cost. Background and Purpose / formaldehyde: The buyer has a large amount of lighting that require regular maintenance such as replacement of defective parts, and at longer intervals full replacement of light sources. Existing fluorescent highway tunnel has achieved its technical lifetime of 70 000 hours and need to be replaced with new lamps. As requested: The demand is primarily the supply of light sources and possibly lighter at Øresund Bridge Highway tunnel lighting while a frame agreement signed with Seller extensive product lighting, lamps and similar products. What value is added: The agreement adds Buyer particular importance: Lamp quality, energy efficiency and life cycle cost. Electronic procurement tools: The contract will be executed in an electronic procurement tool called OPIC above mentioned contact point (www.tendsign.com). OPIC TendSign is a system for facilitating the procurement of both sellers to buyers. The system provides the tools necessary to carry out the entire process of expression of interest and tender process. OPIC TendSign is the Swedish system is also available in Danish, Norwegian and English. Buyer Purchasing Coordinator Martin Rein Holtz (Tel: +45 33416414 / +45 406 766 414, Mobile: +46 705900964, E-mail: mre@oresundsbron.com) and the system owner support (+46 134 747 570 also speak Danish), are pleased to perplexity for support related how to work in OPIC TendSign. If the seller is not used OPIC TendSign previously, visit www.tendsign.com and click Submit tender. Select Create a new account here (free) and fill in the requested information to receive a user name and password by return email. Through this tender is submitted electronically. Further instructions are provided in connection with registration. Procurement Rules: Current procurement is a procurement in Denmark subject to Danish procurement rules bkg. No 712 of 15. June 2011 Bekendtgørelse if fremgangsmåderne wood indgåelse of offentlige vareindkøbsaftaler, offentlige tjenesteydelsesaftaler og offentlige build-og anlægsaftaler. Open contracts / Public Procurement Review Board: Open contracts / Public Procurement Review Board is a procurement / udbudsprocedure where all sellers may submit bids / tilbud. Procurement shape does not allow negotiation, so it is very important that all requirements and conditions of this inquiry are followed and that the best conditions are provided in the tender. Tender future output / tilbudsfrist and leaving Bids are submitted electronically via Opic www.tendsign.com. Tenders received after bid closing or otherwise than by OPIC TendSign will not be reviewed by the Buyer. Deadlines for submission is 10.07.2013. Tendering validity / vedståelse: An extension of the duration may be made by agreement between the parties. The offer is valid until 08/30/2013. Tender Scope: Proposals may only be submitted on the entire requested range. Number of Sellers: Star Seller Agreement is one (1). Variants: With the variants referred to tender involves an entirely different solution / different concept than that specified in the specifications. Buyer accepts Variants / tilbud provided the requirements and the buyer's functional needs are met. Language: Response submitted in the following language Swedish or Danish or in combination, or in English. Technical Data Sheet or equivalent accepted in English. Evaluation / tilde ment criterion of tenders: The evaluation of tenders will tenders be accepted as the most economically advantageous. In considering which tender is the most economically advantageous takes into account various criteria linked to the subject of the agreement. See Weighting Report. (With most economically advantageous means therefore not affordable whose valuation is limited to the price.) Financial and economic standing: The seller is assumed to have the financial strength, technical ability and experience required for the undertaking. The buyer uses credit information suppliers (UC in Sweden and KOB / Experian in Denmark) to determine that the seller has a good and stable economy or information otherwise prove its economic and financial position. The seller is required to have a minimum of ranking: Swedish companies: - Risk class 3, but the application for payment, payment default or liability by the bailiff. Danish companies: - Rating 50-100, No credit history. At lower

Light sources for tunnel.

Øresundsbro Konsortiet | Published June 7, 2013  -  Deadline July 15, 2013
cpvs
31527260, 31527200

Invitation to tender Øresundsbro Consortium (Buyer) hereby invites to tender / / tilbudsgivning on Lamps to tunnel. Facts Buyer needs of lighting, lamps, lighters and similar products for the ongoing operation of the facility. The buyer has primary need of 5,000 light bulbs with ignitor on these required. Buyer places high demands on the quality of the light source. The buyer has a strong focus on energy efficiency and therefore evaluating the tenders received under a life-cycle cost. Background and Purpose / formaldehyde buyer has a large amount of lighting that require regular maintenance such as replacement of defective parts, and at longer intervals full replacement of light sources. Existing fluorescent highway tunnel has achieved its technical lifetime of 70 000 hours and need to be replaced with new lamps. As requested The requested are primarily delivery of light sources and possibly lighter at Øresund Bridge Highway tunnel lighting while a frame agreement signed with Seller extensive product lighting, lamps and similar products. What is valued order lays the Buyer particular importance: Lamp quality, energy efficiency and life cycle cost. Electronic procurement tools contract will be executed in an electronic procurement tool called OPIC above mentioned contact point (www.tendsign.com). OPIC TendSign is a system for facilitating the procurement of both sellers to buyers. The system provides the tools necessary to carry out the entire process of expression of interest and tender process. OPIC TendSign is the Swedish system is also available in Danish, Norwegian and English. Buyer Purchasing Coordinator Martin Rein Holtz (Tel: +45 33416414 / +46 406 766 414, Mobile: +46 705900964, E-mail: mre@oresundsbron.com) and the system owner support (+46 134 747 570 also speak Danish), are pleased to perplexity for support related how to work in OPIC TendSign. If the seller is not used OPIC TendSign previously, visit www.tendsign.com and click Submit tender. Select Create a new account here (free) and fill in the requested information to receive a user name and password by return email. Through this tender is submitted electronically. Further instructions are provided in connection with registration. Procurement rules Current contract is a contract in Denmark subject to Danish procurement rules bkg. No. 712 af 15/06/2011 Bekendtgørelse if fremgangsmåderne wood indgåelse of offentlige vareindkøbsaftaler, offentlige tjenesteydelsesaftaler og offentlige build-og anlægsaftaler. Open contracts / public procurement Udbud Open / Public Procurement Review Board is a procurement / udbudsprocedure where all sellers may submit bids / tilbud. Procurement shape does not allow negotiation, so it is very important that all requirements and conditions of this inquiry are followed and that the best conditions are provided in the tender. Tender future output / tilbudsfrist and leaving Bids are submitted electronically via Opic www.tendsign.com. Tenders received after bid closing or otherwise than by OPIC TendSign will not be reviewed by the Buyer. Deadlines for submission is 10.07.2013. Tendering validity / vedståelse An extended duration may be made by agreement between Parterna.Anbudet is valid until 08/30/2013. Tender Scope Tenders may only be submitted on the entire requested range. Number of Number of Sellers Seller Agreement is one (1). Variants With variants referred to tender involves an entirely different solution / different concept than that specified in the specifications. Buyer accepts Variants / tilbud provided the requirements and the buyer's functional needs are met. Language Response submitted in the following language Swedish or Danish or in combination, or English. Technical Data Sheet or equivalent accepted even in English. Evaluation / tilde ment criterion of tenders At the tender evaluation will tenders be accepted as the most economically advantageous. In considering which tender is the most economically advantageous takes into account various criteria linked to the subject of the agreement. See Weighting Report. (With most economically advantageous means therefore not affordable whose valuation is limited to the price.) Financial and economic standing vendor is presumed to have the financial strength, technical ability and experience required for the undertaking. The buyer uses credit information suppliers (UC in Sweden and KOB / Experian in Denmark) to determine that the seller has a good and stable economy or information otherwise prove its economic and financial position. The seller is required to have a minimum ranking Swedish companies: - Risk class 3, but the application for payment, payment default or liability by the bailiff. Danish companies: - Rating 50-100, No credit history. At lower class / rating

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Electrical and Mechanical Contract

Femern A/S | Published December 7, 2013
cpvs
45310000, 45350000, 42961200, 32000000, 71541000, 50000000

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Electrical and Mechanical Contract

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Electrical and Mechanical Contract.

Femern A/S | Published February 7, 2014  -  Deadline May 12, 2014
cpvs
45310000, 45350000, 42961200, 32000000, 71541000, 50000000, 35111500, 31682210, 31682510, 34993100, 31625100, 45223100, 45311000, 45312300, 45315300, 48000000

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project') is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This is intended to be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway (‘Tunnel'). It will traverse the 18km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Rødby on the island of Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden on the island of Fehmarn in northern Germany. Femern A/S requires Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation systems for the Tunnel (‘Tunnel MEICA Systems') that delivers a high level of reliability, availability, maintainability and safety. The objective of the Tunnel MEICA Systems is to enable Femern A/S to efficiently manage the operation, maintenance, safety and security of the Tunnel through an integrated set of electrical and mechanical systems. The Tunnel MEICA Systems will be procured under the Tunnel Electrical and Mechanical ('TEM') Contract. The TEM contractor will be required to design, install and complete all parts of the Tunnel MEICA Systems and to provide reliability-centred maintenance for the Tunnel MEICA Systems for a period envisaged to be 3 years (coinciding with the defects notification period in the TEM Contract). The works required include (without limitation): (1) Management: The TEM Contract is complex and requires the contractor to manage the design, planning, procurement, programming, installation and handover of a large number of component systems covering different disciplines and supply chains in order to carry out the electrical and mechanical works and the centralised control system as described below. The TEM contractor will be required to develop and operate management processes and systems that align activities across different disciplines and supply chains whilst actively identifying risks and non-compliance and developing and implementing management and rectification strategies. The TEM contractor will be required to coordinate interfaces effectively with other Project contractors in relation to design and execution. The Tunnel will be constructed from pre-cast concrete elements which will be laid in sequence from the portals at Rødbyhavn and Puttgarden into a trench excavated into the sea-bed. The Tunnel will be formed of identical “standard elements”, which are approximately 200m long, and 10 identical “special elements” located at approximately 1.8km intervals. The special elements will provide plant rooms below road and rail level. The MEICA Systems illustrative design is based on the principle of 10 repeating 1.8km installation lengths (each covering the Tunnel 900m either side of a special element). It is critical that the TEM contractor, the Tunnel Portals and Ramps contractor and the Tunnel North and South contractors integrate and coordinate designs, in particular, since element structures cannot be changed after manufacture. The immersed tunnel approach allows the TEM contractor to install, test and commission the services incrementally (in 1.8km lengths centred on a special element) from the portals prior to the full completion of the Tunnel. This will enable the TEM contractor to allocate its workload over a longer period, facilitate early testing and to significantly reduce the risk associated with final commissioning. However, this requires the TEM contractor to coordinate closely with other Project contractors and to work alongside other Project contractors on site. (2) Electrical: The TEM contractor will be required to design, procure and install all electrical and mechanical equipment, integrate this equipment to the centralised control system and ensure compatibility between different pieces of equipment. Works include (without limitation): LV and MV electricity distribution, cabling, cable support and containment, connections to the sub-station, uninterrupted power supply, road tunnel lighting, rail tunnel lighting, gallery, portal building and special element lighting. Additionally, the TEM contractor may be required to administer contracts procured by Femern A/S for aesthetic lighting and toll systems. (3) Mechanical: The TEM contractor will be required to design, procure and install all electrical and mechanical equipment, integrate this equipment to the centralised control system and ensure compatibility between different pieces of equipment. Works include (without limitation): tunnel ventilation, drainage, HVAC, emergency escape doors, fixed fire- fighting systems, pumped drainage system, gallery fit-out, elevators, hoists, hatches, access gallery flooring and access platforms, lifting equipment, access doors. (4) Centralised Control System: The TEM contractor will be required to design and install a centralised system to manage the operation of the Tunnel. Femern A/S has identified the following component parts (without limitation): — Monitoring Systems including CCTV, automated incident detection, air quality monitoring, fire detection, weather stations and access control; — Central Control Systems including SCADA, road traffic management system, data network and link control centres; and — Communications Systems including a public address system, distributed antennae systems for TETRA, GSM-R, GSM, FM and DAB transmissions, FM/DAB break-in functions and emergency stations. (5) Maintenance Services: The TEM contractor will be required to provide reliability-centred maintenance for the MEICA Systems from the date of hand-over for a period envisaged to be 3 years (coinciding with the defects notification period in the contract). (6) Ancillary Works: Any ancillary works, supplies and/or services.

Amendment for contract between DTU and TLT-Turbo GmbH with regards to purchase of ventilator for DTU wind tunnel.

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet | Published August 29, 2015
Winner
TLT Turbu GmbH
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31121320, 31121330

The amendment for contract of 10.7.2015 between DTU and TLT-Turbo GmbH with regards to purchase of ventilator for DTU wind tunnel includes the following components: Fan inlet with nose cone and fan outlet with tail cone, included transportation, installation and participating in clarifying the interfaces, sprin elements and insulation material.

Delivery, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance of Wind Tunnel Axial Fan.

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet / Technical University of Denmark | Published December 13, 2013  -  Deadline January 20, 2014
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31121320, 31121330

DTU (Technical University of Denmark) is building a new wind tunnel at Campus Risø, Roskilde, Denmark for use in aerodynamic and aeroacoustic measurements. This tender is for the delivery, installation, commissioning and maintenance of the fan of the wind tunnel. The fan should be an Axial fan with a motoreffect between 1,8 MW and 2,8 MW (expected around 2,5 MW) with a diameter of approximately 5 meters. The fan must be able to deliver a flow rate of approximately 760 m3/sec. The contract in main terms covers delivery of the fan, motor, cooling of motor, frequency adapter/transformer, other supplementary delivarables and installation and commissioning. Further more the contract covers maintenance for a period up to 10 years. Since the fan will be used in an aqoustic wind tunnel it must be low noise and low vibrant.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Power Supply Contract

Femern A/S | Published December 17, 2013
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31170000, 31214000, 31155000, 31682210, 45317200, 45232220, 45232221, 50532000, 50532200

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project') is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This is intended to be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway (‘Tunnel'). It will traverse the 19km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Rødby on the island of Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden on the island of Fehmarn in northern Germany. The Tunnel Power Supply Station will be located at Rødby on Lolland. Energinet.dk will design and construct the connection with the grid to provide the 132kV primary system (including switchgear, housings and bus bars) under a separate contract. The Tunnel Power Supply (TPS) contract relates to the design, construction and maintenance of the secondary system and the ancillary civil works as described below. SECONDARY SYSTEM The TPS contractor will be required to design and construct the following (without limitation): — 2 x 20kV three phase transformers for the tunnel power supply (excluding switchgear for 20kV); — 3-5 x 25kV single phase transformers for the railway traction power supply and 25kV balancing convertors or 3-5 25kV invertor transformers; — Switchgear for the 25kV power supply; — the configuration of invertor transformers (if necessary); — filter equipment (if necessary), — earthing of the Power Supply Station (including the main earthing bar); — control systems (including for remote operation); — 400V transformers for the internal ancillary power supply; — testing, safety and technical approvals; and — such other works, supplies and/or services that are necessary to deliver the secondary system. ANCILLARY CIVIL WORKS Femern A/S will contract with a civil works contractor to prepare the site for the Tunnel Power Supply Station. The prepared site will comprise of a prepared and elevated gravel platform and sheet pile flood protection with watertight portals. The TPS contractor will be required to design and construct (without limitation)on the prepared site: — buildings and fit out for the switchgear, control room and site employee facilities; and — related works such as foundations, oil spill troughs for transformers, internal roads and paving, drainage for the Power Supply Station (including oil spill collectors, connections to local utilities and facilities), lighting, noise damping. MAINTENANCE SERVICES The TPS contractor will be required to provide reliability-centred maintenance for the secondary system and ancillary civil works from the date of hand-over for a period envisaged to be up to 5 years (coinciding with the defects notification period in the contract) with an option for Femern A/S to extend this by up to 8 years.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Power Supply Contract.

Femern A/S | Published February 7, 2014  -  Deadline April 28, 2014
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31170000, 31214000, 31155000, 31682210, 45317200, 45232220, 45232221, 50532000, 50532200

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project’) is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This is intended to be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway (‘Tunnel’). It will traverse the 18 km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Rødby on the island of Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden on the island of Fehmarn in northern Germany. Femern A/S has been appointed as the infrastructure manager of the Fehmarn Railway System under the Treaty between Denmark and Germany relating to the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link. This notice relates to the Tunnel Power Supply (‘TPS') contract. The Tunnel Power Supply station will be located at Rødby on Lolland. Energinet.dk will construct two independent underground 132kV supply lines from Nakskov and Sakskøbing including switchgear, housings and bus bars under a separate contract. The TPS contract relates to the design, construction and maintenance of the sub-systems to provide a power supply to the Fehmarn Railway System and a power supply to the Tunnel and its ancillary facilities. Femern A/S' programme plans for the road and ancillary facilities sub-system to be operational and handed over to Femern A/S in 2018, with the railways sub-system to be operational and handed over in 2020. The TPS contract includes (without limitation): Railways and Road/Ancillary Facilities Sub-Systems: The design, manufacture and installation of the following (without limitation): — 2 x 20 kV three phase transformers for the tunnel power supply (excluding switchgear for 20kV); — 3-5 x 25 kV single phase transformers for the railway traction power supply and 25kV balancing convertors or 3-5 x 25kV invertor transformers; — switchgear for the 25 kV power supply; — filter equipment (if necessary); — earthing of the entire Power Supply station (including the main earthing bar); — 400 V uninterruptible power supply; — control systems (including for remote operation); — testing, safety and technical approvals; and — such other works, supplies and/or services that are necessary to deliver the sub-systems. Ancillary Civil Works: Femern A/S will contract with a civil works contractor to prepare the site for the Tunnel Power Supply station. The prepared site will comprise of a prepared and elevated gravel platform and sheet pile flood protection with watertight portals. The TPS contractor will be required to design and construct on the prepared site: — buildings and fit out for the switchgear, control room and site employee facilities; and — related works such as foundations, oil spill troughs for transformers, internal roads and paving, drainage for the entire Tunnel Power Supply station (including oil spill collectors, connections to local utilities and facilities), lighting and noise damping. Maintenance Services: The TPS contractor will be required to provide reliability-centred maintenance for the system and the ancillary civil works from the date of hand-over for the duration of the defects notification period. It is intended that the defects notification period and the provision of maintenance services of the entire scope will expire 5 years from the date of hand-over of the railways sub system. Other Information: The TPS contractor will be required to coordinate closely with other Project contractors and Energinet.dk in relation to the design and execution of the works and the management of interfaces. The TPS contract will cover such works, supplies and/or services that are ancillary to the works set out above.

Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project: Tunnel Catenary and Track System

Femern A/S | Published December 17, 2013
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45234100, 45234160, 45234116, 45234130, 50225000

The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link Project (‘Project') is the final stage in the realisation of a straight traffic corridor between Scandinavia and continental Europe. This is intended to be an immersed tunnel containing two dual carriageways and a twin-track railway (‘Tunnel'). It will traverse the 19km distance across the Fehmarnbelt between Rødby on the island of Lolland in Denmark and Puttgarden on the island of Fehmarn in northern Germany. The Tunnel Catenary and Track (‘TCT') contract relates to the design and construction of the following and such works, services and supplies that are ancillary (without limitation): TRACK WORKS: — 2 x 5 km (approximately) ballasted track and tie in to existing tracks in Lolland; — 2 x 3 km (approximately) ballasted track and tie in to existing tracks in Fehmarn; — 2 x 18 km (approximately) slab track in tunnel tubes and ramps; — Double crossovers in both Lolland and Fehmarn; — 8 x point heating devices in cross overs; and — 2 x level crossings (strails or equivalent) in Lolland and Fehmarn. CATENARY SYSTEM: — 2 x 5 km (approximately) overhead catenary line and tie in to new catenary overhead line in Lolland; — 2 x 3 km (approximately) overhead catenary line and tie in to new catenary overhead line in Fehmarn; — System separation sections in Lolland and Fehmarn; — 2 x 18 km (approximately) overhead conductor rails in tunnel tubes; — Sectioning breakers including uninterrupted power supply in system separation sections; — Circuit breakers and earthing switches including uninterrupted power supply for sectioning per 3.600 m; — Earthing panel: de-energising devices per 400 m (approximately) in tunnel tubes; and — Remote control system for catenary system and power supply, connected to Railnet Denmark's overall remote control system. ANCILLARY CIVIL WORKS: Femern A/S will contract with a civil works contractor to prepare the sub-base for the ballasted tracks on Lolland and Fehmarn. The prepared alignment will be handed over to the TCT contractor as a compressed gravel sub-base with slope for dewatering of the profile. The TCT contractor shall complete the cross section with sub ballast and top ballast. The tunnel ramps and tunnel tubes will be handed over to the TCT contractor as a concrete construction, ready for the roll out of slab tracks. MAINTENANCE SERVICES: The TCT contractor will be required to provide reliability – centred maintenance for the total track, catenary and remote control system from the date of hand-over for a period envisaged to be up to 5 years (coinciding with the defects notification period in the contract) with an option for Femern A/S to extend this by up to 8 years. OTHER INFORMATION: The TCT contractor will be required to coordinate closely with other Project contractors in relation to the design and execution of the works and the management of interfaces.

Consultancy Vejdirektoratet as administrative authority for Fehmarn tunnel under the tunnel safety directive

Transportministeriet | Published December 1, 2016  -  Deadline December 20, 2016
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71311300

In connection with the planning and implementation of Fehmarn tunnel is Vejdirektoratet been "administrative authority" provided. Order no. 726 of 3 July 2008 (as amended) on minimum safety requirements for tunnels in the trans-European road network and the associated Directive 2004/54 / EC of 29 april 2004. the administrative authority in charge of all security aspects of a tunnel and take the necessary measures to ensure compliance.

Vejdirektoratet want the assistance of an adviser (consultant) with extensive knowledge of the tasks of this rise is imposed on the Danish Road Directorate. The specific contents of the task follows from the regulation and the directive, which is attached to this announcement.