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Energinet.dk (‘ENDK’) | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

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.

Questions about the information in tender documents concerning acquisition of electrical busses and infrastructure in Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje

Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje | Published January 4, 2017

Short information about the tender procedure.

Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje wants to acquire a certain number of electric buses and associated infrastructure, including the servicing of the purchased. The buses will run on a specific route with at a charger at both ends of the route. The route will have a length of approximately 16 km. Distance from depot to the start of the route is approximately 5 km.

We intend to make a functional tender, in which we will describe the task but not how to solve it. The information in the tender documents will therefore be on how to solve the task with details about the route, time schedules, bus size etc. And in order to make the most suitable tender, we have some questions for potential suppliers.

Questions.

Subject: Technology and service.

1. What kind of facilities are required at our own garage with regard to service and maintenance? (clarification of the potential need for a modification of Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje’s garage)

2. What information do bidders need from Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje in order to offer a service agreement?

3. What is the best place for the pantograph — on the bus or at the charger stand?

4. What are the requirements for interface? Are there any industry standards for the interface (charging stations, pantograph etc.)? Could it be beneficial to request a particular model/standard?

5. What is the best distribution of tasks and responsibilities among Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje, bus supplier and infrastructure supplier regarding agreements e.g. service agreements?

Subject: Tendering requirements.

6. Are there any circumstances that we need to pay special attention to when drawing up the tendering requirements?

Subject: Operational management.

7. Are there any circumstances that we need to pay special attention to with regard to the length of the operating time, the initial phase of putting the buses into operation and, if so, which?

Subject: Division of tender.

8. Should we aim for a contract divided into lots with regard to the delivery of buses and infrastructure?

Deadline.

Answers to the above questions should be sent to the email address bpr@busselskabet.dk by Monday 23.1.2017 at the latest.

Electrical domestic appliances

Københavns Kommune, Børne- og Ungeforvaltningen | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017

Copenhagen Municipality Child and Youth Administration hereby offers catering, consulting, service and miscellaneous hardware in EU public procurement.

The products to be used in the municipality's school food stalls (called EAT).

All products are in demand must be supplied.

The tender documents consist of the following documents:

specifications

Appendix A: Draft contract with appendices

Appendix 1: Working clause

Appendix 2: The municipality's CSR requirements

Appendix 3: The municipality's requirements for invoice and statistics.

Appendix B: Requirements specification describing the performance desired

(Being Annex 4 to the contract)

Appendix C: Offer Schedule (being Annex 5 of the contract) must be completed and uploaded in Mercell

Appendix D: Common European tender document ESPD must be completed and uploaded in Mercell

Appendix E: Design Manual.

Plan- ning with hard white goods used in EAT stalls serve food for school children in Copenhagen.

Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; lighting 2017 / S 012-018272

Energinet.dk (‘ENDK’) | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

Motor vehicles for the transport of goods

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017

This tender procedure concerns the award of a Framework Agreement for delivery of light utility vehicles (Vans) in Medium, Large and Minibus versions, including a Service Agreement and repair for Vans delivered. Furthermore, the Framework Agreement includes builds such as racks, shelves, furniture, supplementary power supply and electrical equipment (e.g. working lights, emergency lights and siren), and more advanced electrical equipment such as SINE radios and other technical equipment supplied by the Danish Defense, in order to customize Vans for specific tasks.

The Vans are used by the Danish Defense and other authorities under the Ministry of Defense, such as the Danish Emergency Management Agency, for transporting goods and personnel and for various operational and logistical tasks. The Vans will generally have multiple users.

Tender is handled by Mercell Sourcing Services, use http://permalink.mercell.com/64368668.aspx

DALO guarantees a minimum purchase of 200 Vans of the variant ‘minibus 4x4’, cf. the requirements specification, before the expiry of the Agreement.

Electricity

Øresundsbro Konsortiet | Published January 19, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017

Øresundsbro Consortium hereby invite to tender in El deliveries. The amount of energy that the buyer is expected to consume approximately 6.5 GWh / year for the entire plant. The gauge represents a relatively uniform load over the day, about 1200-1500 kW. The buyer has a maximum cargo load of 1800 kW. The buyer asks for a partnership to solve the Buyer's needs within the specified area, and a partner who ensures, for the buyer, cost-effective supply of electricity. The buyer asks not only competitive surcharge on the electricity market price but also services that allow the buyer take sensible decisions on price freezes and even counseling to reduce buyer elförbruknig and fixed network charges. Deliveries for supply of electric energy for the general power supply to the Buyer for the contract period. Rates for life and for any extension.

For the connection holds that:

The power supply from the Swedish side is via E.ON Networks Sweden AB's substation at Lernacken.

The power supply from the Danish side via Dong Energy substation at Kastrup.

Additional consumers are given under the heading Delivery Point below.

Power is supplied either from Sweden or Denmark, which provides great reliability. There are UPS systems and there is a backup power plant with a capacity of 2.8 MW.

The delivery does not include consumption of electricity for railway 25kV.

Construction work

Næstved Kommune | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline October 31, 2026
Dynamic purchasing system for craft services between 50,001 to 300,000 DKK - Electrical installation work.

Electricity 2017 / S 013-019419

Øresundsbro Konsortiet | Published January 19, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2017

Building installation work

Fjernvarme Horsens A/S | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

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

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

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

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

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

The tender covers the following works:

- El-works incl. boards

- Delivery, installation and installation of nødddieselgeneratoranlæg

- Delivery, installation and installation of UPS systems

- Technical Insulation works

- Plumbing works

- Ventilation Works

- Sanitary Works.

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

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

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

Construction work

Esbjerg Almennyttige Boligselskab | Published December 17, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

The project deals with the degradation and removal of existing emergency shelter, construction of 69 two-room student housing with associated communal areas, laundry, access stairs, elevator bicycle parking and garbage rooms and technical rooms for technical installations with a total gross area of ​​approximately 3440 m². Ground floor is partially arranged for parking for a total of 37 parking spaces covered by a raised area, which runs on the first floor level as an open living area of ​​about 500 m².

The project offered divided into 3 large contracts with expected 5 per bidders. big contract.

01. Råhusentreprisen deals mainly byggepladsanstilling, earthworks, concrete and element work, masonry and construction work and construction of raised opholdsdæk.

02. Closing The contract covers mainly carpentry joinery with roofing, zinc stern and underwear work, roofing work on raised opholdsdæk, delivery and installation of windows and doors complete with lock system and interior work on the ceilings, hardwood floors, interior doors and joinery as well as delivery and installation of furniture.

03. Technique contract deals mainly with plumbing, ventilation work, electrical work with interior and exterior installations, delivery of the elevator, BMS as well as delivery and assembly of solar cells.

Works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work

Gigtforeningen | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

Arthritis Foundation is the developer of the project "Moving the King Christian X rheumatism hospital from Gråsten to Hospital

South Jutland, Sønderborg 'where they take over a part of Sønderborg hospital. The project includes renovation

of about 5500 m² and a new extension of about 640 m². The new building is a therapy pool with accompanying

changing facilities. Therapy building will be built alongside the existing Sønderborg hospital as

being renovated in the project.

The area in the work adjacent to the intensive care unit and out-patient beyond that will be in operation during

worked with the present contract.

Construction period from May 2017 to May 2018 acc. Schedule.

Performed demolition and environmental sanitation mm. before the works in this contract initiated.

Delivery and installation of fire detection system BMS, ADK plant and equipment are offered separately as

clients supply.

In the case of a large-contracted comprising the following works:

earthworks

Demolition of existing building must

Terrændæk and installations in soil

Foundations, bored piles

Steel, frames, beams and columns

exterior sewer

inside sewer

Base insulation and plaster

In situ cast concrete walls and slabs and retaining walls in the ground.

In the case of a large-contracted comprising the following works:

Demolition of existing building must

carpentry

carpentry

Bricklayer

Fiber Concrete Facade Elements

floor work

Painting work

Facade works, windows, doors, glass windows and skylights

Roofing contractors

Inventory Work.

In the case of a large-contracted comprising the following works:

plumbing works

ventilation Works

Electrical works.

Engineering services

Hofor A/S | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 15, 2017

Offering includes advice in cross- functional architectural work, surveying works and engineering works for Hofors activities within water, wastewater, district heating, city gas, district cooling, wind and energy production.

The tender is divided into 6 areas of competence (water, sewage, heating / gas / cooling, wind, CHP, all supplies), consisting of a total of 15 lots.

Hofors diverse production and water distribution activities.

Typical tasks will be projecting, regulatory processing, procurement and construction management, including:

- Preparation of analysis, network modeling, EIA, environmental studies, hydraulic studies, project development and project sketches etc.

Tasks can range from ad hoc tasks to overall client advice through all stages

- Construction management including supervision of both small and large 'own' projects

- Project planning, including preparation of preliminary and detailed design

- Body Treatment

- Production of hydraulic and static calculations for utility relocations, construction works, waterworks, well fields and building structures made of concrete and / or steel, envelope etc.

- Risk mapping compared to DDS documented drinking water safety

- Provision of services, purchases and contracts requiring technical knowledge of water supply including electrical work, well fields, water utilities etc.

- Preparation of procurement strategy, contract documents and client perspectives, including advice on procedure, contract form and award criteria, evaluation of prequalification applications and offers, participation in negotiation meetings etc.

- Quality of work, private as well as other advisors

- Assistance in the contracting

- Periodically lending by consultants as 'in-house' consultant tasks in construction management / supervision, project management, project planning etc. at københavns belysningsvæsen.

- Execution of groundwater chemical assessments (both natural and environment-enhancing drugs).

- Construction of water drilling, geotechnical drilling and dewatering.

- Execution of borehole logging incl. data processing and interpretation.

Hofors diverse wastewater activities.

Typical tasks will be projecting, regulatory processing, procurement and construction management, including:

- Preparation of analysis, network modeling, EIA, environmental studies, hydraulic studies, project development and project sketches etc.

Tasks can range from ad hoc tasks to overall client advice through all stages

- Construction management including supervision of both small and large 'own' projects

- Project planning, including preparation of preliminary and detailed design

- Body Treatment

- Production of hydraulic and static calculations for utility relocations, construction works, concrete basins, minor and major pumping stations and building structures made of concrete and / or steel, envelope etc.

- Project of financing climate projects, including the handling of many stakeholders

- Provision of services, purchases and contracts requiring technical knowledge in waste water supply including electrical works, pumping stations etc.

- Preparation of procurement strategy, contract documents and client perspectives, including advice on procedure, contract form and award criteria, evaluation of prequalification applications and offers, participation in negotiation meetings etc.

- Quality of work, private as well as other advisors

- Assistance in the contracting

- Periodically lending by consultants as 'in-house' consultant tasks in construction management / supervision, project management, project planning etc. at københavns belysningsvæsen.

Hofors diverse wastewater activities.

Typical tasks will be analysis and modeling, including:

- Production of hydraulic calculations and model work for sewage and water main roads.

- Adjustment of models and scenario-in models.

Hofors multiform heat, gas and district cooling activities.

Typical tasks will be projecting, regulatory processing, procurement and construction management, including:

- Preparation of analysis, network modeling, water hammer analyzes, EIA, environmental studies, project development and project sketches etc.

- Support for the Business Case calculations and cost estimates in the analysis projects

- Proposals (production and new network connections) for regulatory processing

- Project development and project sketches

Tasks can range from ad hoc tasks to overall client advice through all stages

- Construction management including supervision of both small and large 'own' projects

- Project planning, including preparation of preliminary and detailed design

- Body Treatment

- Production of hydraulic and static calculations for new power lines, utility relocations, construction works, pumping stations and city

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