The contracting authority intends to enter into a contract for the operation and maintenance of technical road traffic installations in Oslo.
The contracting authority is currently responsible for approx. 300 signal installations, 15 automatic barriers, VMS (Variable Message Signs) etc. There is a continual replacement of the control equipment and the number can be changed.
The assignment consists of the operation and maintenance of 309 signal installations, 15 automatic barriers, as well as various electrical installations along roads in Oslo.
The signal installations/automatic barrier installations shall ensure and service traffic safety and/or accessibility for road users.
All public transport in Oslo and Akershus shall run on renewable energy in 2020.
Ruter has adopted a target for changing to renewable energy on buses by 2025. Electrical propulsion is expected to be dominant in the future and Ruter is now laying the basis for the electrification of buses. Based on the systems that are currently available in the market, quick charging stations at the terminal stop seems to be the most suitable concept for the buses in Oslo. Further details on the knowledge basis for Ruter's assessments can be found at: https://ruter.no/fossilfri2020
Further details on the knowledge basis for Ruter's assessments can be found at: https://ruter.no/fossilfri2020
The lighting delivery contract must be conducted in accordance with public laws and regulations and in consultation with local authorities. All electrotechnical equipment shall comply with relevant EU/EEA directives, prevailing European standards or Norwegian standards in case European standards are missing. All requirements in accordance with ‘Regulations concerning electrical low voltage systems’ (FEL), and the Norwegian Electrotechnical Committee (NEK) standard 400:2014 shall be complied with, as well as Technical regulations regarding electrotechnical systems in the Planning and building act.
Particular emphasis will be placed on energy/climate/and operationally favourable system solutions.
Materials, equipment, components and execution are selected in accordance with this.
The electro technical installations are described in 8 different contracts named K401 Elkraft [Electric Power], K4011 Lighting (including outdoor lighting), K501 Security, K5011 Network, K502 Centralised operational control/automatic controls, K503 Internal control equipment, K5031 AV equipment, and K601 Lift. Some electrotechnical work is also included in contract K201 Alteration Infrastructure, K204 Framework concrete work and K701 Outdoor installations.
This contract, K4011, with associated drawings and documents, includes the following:
— Lighting equipment;
— Emergency light equipment;
— A lighting control system for façade lights on the Alabaster façade;
— A lighting control system for internal lights in the Alabaster hall.
Contract K4011 is mainly an equipment delivery contract (excluding installation) for the construction site.
The equipment delivery will be divided in several deliveries in accordance with the building progress.
Contract K4011 shall include the delivery, the installation and the commissioning of complete control systems for the control of the façade lighting in the Alabaster façade and internal lights in the Alabaster Hall.
The tenderer shall list the 3 most central employees as a part of the response to the award criteria Quality — Project implementation. These employees shall be available during the entire delivery/contract period.
The contracting authority is emphasising that independent on the tender responses related to the award criteria, the tenderer is bound to provide required administration, competence and organisation. The tenderer cannot, under any circumstances, deliver less than what is described in the tender response.
The Agreement governs the delivery of:
Defined load batches for manual disconnection of load with electronic activation from the Regional Control Centre North in Alta.
Statnett SF, org no. 962986633 intends to run a pilot project where the intention is to procure access to 300 consumer loads which can be disconnected manually with electronic activation from Regional Control Centre North (RCCN).
RCCN must receive updated information about the loads that are available for disconnection under defined transmission grid nodes. The activation time must be less than 2 minutes and maximum time disconnected will be 4 hours.
The planned test period is 2 months in Q1 2018.
You company is hereby invited to submit a tender in accordance with the terms and requirements of this invitation to tender.
For this commission, contracts will be entered into with the suppliers offering the best load batches regards to the criterias in Annex B award criteria.
Oslo municipality needs to offer visitors and its own employees coffee/hot drinks and cold water. The need is present in administrative office buildings, in areas where meetings/courses are held, in waiting rooms and in schools.
A selection of coffee machines and water coolers with different functionalities will be required due to different consumer patterns in different entities and user places.
Oslo municipality needs a simple way to offer visitors and its own employees coffee/hot drinks and cold water. The need is present in administrative office buildings, in areas where meetings/courses are held, in waiting rooms and in schools.
There is a large concurrent need across the many entities in the municipality.
A selection of coffee machines and water coolers with different functionalities will be required due to different consumer patterns in different entities and user places. The contract will include the hire of instant machines, percolating machines and fully automatic fresh brewing machines with an option for using whole beans and ready milled coffee, as well as the procurement of coffee and cocoa. The fully automatic machines shall also be able to make milk based drinks (based on dry milk), cocoa and tea water. The water coolers shall be suitable for use in schools.
The annual turnover for all the current machine/service contracts, including consumables, is approx. 10 000 000 NOK. Many entities in the municipality have currently signed service contracts with the current suppliers for 3 years, which means that many of the current service contracts will overlap with the new supplier's framework agreement. Due to this, the turnover is expected to increase later on in the contract.
The estimate is only a guideline and is without obligation for the contracting authority.
In addition to the main extent above, the contract has 2 options. The options are for the hire of second hand machines from suppliers who offer this and the procurement of an extended service contract. The tenderers' responses to the options will not be included in the evaluation of the competition. Further details on the options are in the requirement specifications.
Tradebrokers overall goal is to negotiate a framework agreement with a nationwide player in the market that can meet the member companies' needs within coffee and drink vending machines with ingredients and relevant services. For some of the members may be necessary to buy water towers with relevant products and services in this Agreement.
Stiftelsen Tradebroker will on behalf of our member companies invite their business to provide an offer for coffee and drink vending machines with ingredients and relevant services according to the request wording. Tradebroker currently represents 53 large and medium Norwegian companies. For information about Tradebroker and its members, see: (http://www.tradebroker.no/).
Tradebrokers overall objective is to negotiate a framework agreement with a nationwide market players who can cover member companies' needs within coffee and drink vending machines with ingredients and relevant services. For some of the members may also be possible to buy water tower with cooling on this agreement. Tradebroker has member companies subject to public procurement regulations ‘Forsyningsforskriften’ — FOR-2016-08-12-975 Of these, the following member companies reported participation in this area, with corresponding volume for 2016:
Avinor AS (only Oslo airport) — approximately 1 300 00 NOK.
Helgeland Kraft AS — approximately 25 000 NOK.
NSB AS — approximately 1 600 000 NOK.
Posten Norge AS — approximately 2 200 000 NOK.
Snow making installations shall be procured for Lillomarka Arena ski and biathlon arena. The aim of the procurement is to have a year round sports and activity arena suitable for training and competitions within cross country skiing, orienteering and dog sports and training within biathlon. The project is split into 2 phases, see Doffin for further information on the project's 2 phases, reference number 2017-117230.
A complete, ready-for-use system for snow making shall be delivered, which is suitable for the existing pipelines, electrical power sockets and manhole locations. The design of the pump room in the ski bridge land abutment shall be coordinated with the technical construction contract in phase 2. The installation shall be reliable in the conditions in which snow making occurs. The delivery shall include snow cannons, hoses and fittings in manholes, water supply from Badedammen and pressure increase of water and air, suitable for the offered snow cannons. The installation shall be simple and safe to operate and it shall be suitable to be partly run by volunteers. The delivery shall include complete MOM documentation, operating instructions and training of operators. See the Requirement Specifications point 21 — Snow Making Delivery for further information.
The competition is for earthworks on the Bergen-Fløen. Groundwork include the following:
- Rigging and operation
- Cable ducts (approximately 5000 m)
- Cable Trenches and Pipe crosses (about 30 crossings under track)
- Pulling Kummer (approximately 8000 m ducts and about 40 pull manholes)
- Kummer (55 pcs.)
- Foundations for electrical installations (approximately 25 foundations to As-cabinets,
12 Foundations HS, 10 foundations group cabinets, low-voltage, 13
foundations lighting columns)
- Pipelines (2200 m drainage pipe, 225 m stormwater pipe, 40 meters
- Culverts and culverts
- Formation Plan for railway
- Structural work
- Retaining Walls
Establishing formation plan:
- VA / Drainage - Establishment and upgrading of drainage systems
- Pathways and foundations - Establishment and upgrading
conduits for cables. Setting up foundations (AS-cabinets,
group cabinets, lighting columns, KL plant, signal)