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Invitation to submit offers - Treatment of Naphthalene in Lives-sur-Meuse station - direct Negotiated procedure with advertising

INASEP | Published September 20, 2016  -  Deadline October 20, 2019
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42514000

The treatment plant of Namur, located in Lives-Sur Meuse houses twenty agents. This site is regularly exposed to air pollution episodes by naphthalene. May 18, 2016, INASEP published its first specification describing a treatment of contaminated air naphthalene using standardized components and manufactured by companies specialized in the air conditioning. The packaging and active coal volumes proposed were not in line with pollutant concentrations and consumables are special onéreux.Ce market was therefore stopped and a new specification drafted taking into account the weaknesses of the equipment of the first record. the new procedure described an air handling unit in a tower contaminated custom made and filled with activated charcoal delivered in bulk. All air-flow parameters and adsorption are thus optimal.

Furniture arrangement / Museum projects history - metamorphosis - material

Parc d'aventures scientifiques | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 20, 2030
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39100000

The Pass is a cultural facility dedicated to the dissemination of scientific and technical culture presenting to the public 10.000m2 covered with interactive exhibitions, workshops and shows and a park of 28 ha equipped with museographic devices. The Pass is aimed at all audiences but targets a young audience in the framework of visits with family or in school and recreational groups. It is located in Frameries, on the site of an old coal mine reassigned and revitalized by an ambitious architectural project in 2000. The Pass is currently renovating its exhibition spaces and will open in June 2015 a new exhibition space: Énergie, les In this perspective and with a view to implementing the museographic project, the Pass wishes to obtain the services of a specialized and experienced service provider in the organization of exhibitions intended for the general public. Construction and assembly of devices whose specifications are given in the general and special technical clauses. The contract does not include a lot. The contractor will have to enter all the items in this contract.

Invitation to submit an offer - Furniture arrangement of the museographic project NATURE 2.0 - Direct negotiated procedure with advertising

Parc d'aventures scientifiques | Published June 17, 2017  -  Deadline July 20, 2011
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39100000

The Pass is a cultural facility dedicated to the dissemination of scientific and technical culture presenting to the public 10.000m2 covered with interactive exhibitions, workshops and shows and a park of 28 ha equipped with museographic devices. The Pass is aimed at all audiences but targets a young audience in the framework of visits with family or in school and recreational groups. It is located in Frameries, on the site of an old coal mine reassigned and revitalized by an ambitious architectural project in 2000. The Pass is currently renovating its exhibition spaces and will open on 26 December 2017 a new exhibition space: EXPO NATURE 2.0. With this in view and in view of the implementation of the museographic project, the Pass wishes to obtain the services of a specialized and experienced provider in the organization of exhibitions intended for the general public.This provider must ensure the realization And the fitting of devices whose specifications are given in the general and special technical clauses. The contract does not include a lot. The service provider must include all the items in this contract, including the mandatory variants and options.

MAINTENANCE OF ROOF OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES OF WALLONIA AND IPW

Institut du Patrimoine wallon | Published March 29, 2016  -  Deadline May 11, 2016
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45261900

The object of the contract is to conduct periodic inspections and maintenance operations, if necessary, to preserve the roofs of several properties. Attention is drawn to the fact that most of these buildings are listed buildings. Benefits will realize in the province of Liege (Huy, Verviers, Amay, Stavelot), Namur (Namur) and Luxembourg (Léglise) for the following goods: a) Former Abbey of the Paix-Dieu (Amay) a. Moulin b.Abbatiale c.Aile Abbess d.Quartier Traveler e.Écuries f.Ateliers g.Ateliers farm courtyard of the farmhouse and barns h.Logement i.Grange j.Tour the loft entrance k.Portail b ) Tour Albastries (Huy) c) Harmony Park (Verviers) a.Conciergerie b.Kiosque d) Abbey of Stavelot (Stavelot) a.Abbaye b.Aile called "Châtelet" c.Tour e) administrative Headquarters IPW in Lombard (Namur) f) Former high forges Mellier (Léglise) a.Maison the ironmaster - b.Maison main building of the master of the forges - c.Maison dependencies ranger coal d.Halle optional mandatory two roof frame Lombard building in Namur will be interventions in the first periodic visit. The contracting authority nevertheless reserves the right not to order the option.

feder. n90d. seraing. urban requalification of the Seraing valley. Spatial urban boulevard behind the central workshops. technical studies

RW-SpW-DGO1-DRL-Direction des Routes de Liège | Published June 9, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
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71300000

The services concern the study and implementation monitoring related to the implementation of the urban boulevard of Seraing (N90D) from Boncelles Street to the junction with the N63, passing behind the central workshops. The mission also provides the study and implementation monitoring of the urban boulevard section of the ERDF previous record (coal street - street Boncelles) that has not been built due to pollution problems on the ground "Jacbois" . This part includes: - the construction of the missing part of the storm basin located north of the future boulevard considering whether to adjust it (check the necessary volumes, connections, equipment, integration and de-oiling basin sand removal ...) based on hydrological checks to be established based on the needs of the entire boulevard; - The study and construction of a cyclo-pedestrian metal bridge to cross the storm basin north of the urban boulevard; Note that the part of facilities south of the future new section "Jacbois" is not part of this SCC. Services include full recognition of the two sites, the inventory of potential asbestos buildings that should be demolished, the deepening of the draft as submitted to the planning, study of the integration of existing facilities Arcelor the design of structures to achieve taking into account the existing facilities and related projects and the coordination tasks for safety and health at the project stage and stage realization. The mission of the project stage to the control office and stage realization, on the cyclo-pedestrian footbridge and adaptation of metal gantries Arcelor, is also part of this market.

MAINTENANCE OF ROOF OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES OF WALLONIA AND IPW

Institut du Patrimoine wallon | Published August 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 20, 2003
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45261900

The object of the contract is to conduct periodic inspections and maintenance operations, if necessary, to preserve the roofs of several properties. Attention is drawn to the fact that most of these buildings are listed buildings. Benefits will realize in the province of Liege (Huy, Verviers, Amay, Stavelot), Namur (Namur) and Luxembourg (Léglise) for the following goods: a) Former Abbey of the Paix-Dieu (Amay) a. Moulin b.Abbatiale c.Aile Abbess d.Quartier Traveler e.Écuries f.Ateliers g.Ateliers farm courtyard of the farmhouse and barns h.Logement i.Grange j.Tour the loft entrance k.Portail b ) Tour Albastries (Huy) c) Harmony Park (Verviers) a.Conciergerie b.Kiosque d) Abbey of Stavelot (Stavelot) a.Abbaye b.Aile called "Châtelet" c.Tour e) administrative Headquarters IPW in Lombard (Namur) f) Former high forges Mellier (Léglise) a.Maison the ironmaster - b.Maison main building of the master of the forges - c.Maison dependencies ranger coal d.Halle optional mandatory two roof frame Lombard building in Namur will be interventions in the first periodic visit. The contracting authority nevertheless reserves the right not to order the option.

Call for applications - Appointment of a business / park manager for Thor Park Waterschei-Genk.

Stad Genk | Published January 7, 2014  -  Deadline February 3, 2014
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73000000

This contract includes for the first application or a candidature. After selection of the candidates selected candidates will be sent to the specifications. Position of the contract: The city of Genk, in collaboration with various partners the former mine site of the coal Waterschei (approximately 90ha) to a high-quality business with science park. This development fits into the long-term strategy of the city which is used to transform a traditional economy to create innovative knowledge and manufacturing economy. This business was recognized by the Flemish government as an area of ​​strategic importance in the context of brownfield developments. Description of the contract: In order to operationalize the sustainable management of the Park Thor wishes to proceed to attract a business manager or park manager (BT / PM) Genk. The BT / PM management of the Park should be Thor. Thor for all actors in the Park budget-neutral That is, the BT / PM management in the shortest possible time "break even" should be. To overcome the initial phase closed Genk with the Enterprise Agency a management off, which provides financial support. This financial support can be deployed for a period of 5 years to reach a break even operation of the park management. The mission of this BT / PM manager will consist of at least the following aspects: a provision of support services to the companies and institutions i. in the form of a basic supply ii. possible obliged to take taking services b. off optionally in the form of a package delivering services to the workers employed on the Thor Park c. delivering services to the visitors of the Park Thor BT / PM manager focuses on developing its offerings primarily on the elements that are directly related to the sustainable development of the Thor Park. It is the BT / PM Manager free to extend with additional services in order to be more attractive and / or faster "break even" make. BT / PM management its offerings The BT / PM provides a minimum range of services from day one of the first customers to be operational in order to maximize. Appeal of Thor Park The BT / PM manager will shift to a person who is the contact for the park management.

DGO1-42-12: N576: Chatelet bridge maintenance 222

RW-SpW-DGO1-DRC-Direction des Routes de Charleroi | Published October 9, 2013  -  Deadline October 30, 2013
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45221119

Purpose This market is a work designed for the maintenance of the bridge in two phases 222 Chatelet. This bridge allows street Loverval to span the N576 at 3.3 km. Description of work. The work includes a non-exhaustive manner: - The installation, maintenance, modification and removal of signaling site - Preparations - From the demolition of guardrails - From cautious railing coffered Mahieu demolition: - The demolition of tablets under guardrails - From the installation, maintenance and removal of temporary railings - From planing hydrocarbon coating - From the demolition of a coating sidewalk tiles 30 * 30 - From the demolition of foundation sidewalk slabs 30 * 30 - From demolition edge precast concrete - From the demolition of the complex sealing - From the removal of varnish adhesion of the screed bray coal - From the delicate removal of existing expansion joints - From the hydrodemolition of the beam under guardrail - Work stripping and leveling of concrete surfaces - The formwork, reinforcing and pouring a concrete sidewalk on the bridge and both sides of it, to the current level boxes Mahieu - From the supply and installation of new seals Expansion - Work surface preparation required for the installation of a waterproofing membrane - From making chamfers - From the supply and installation of bituminous pavement in equalizing mass - From supply and installation of a waterproofing bituminous sheet armies to places deemed "simple" (horizontal parts of the deck slab) - From the supply and installation of resin sealing in areas deemed complexes (vertical lift, drains,. ..). This resin is walkable on the substantially horizontal portion of the sidewalk - The supply and installation of seals at openings in the sidewalk right soft slabs - From the supply and installation of a network of collection and drainage percolation using micro polymer concrete drains and scuppers drain placed so delicate, so do not cut the main slab reinforcement elegy - From the supply and installation of sealing mastic asphalt protection - From the supply and installation of bonding layers and reprofiling AC 6.3 Basic 3-2 - From the supply and installation of a wear layer SMA - 10-2 thickness 35 mm - From the supply and laying a foundation of sand - cement type I or II for reshaping foundations sidewalk on both sides of the book, before the new concrete sidewalks: - The supply and installation of new railings kind RW 99, as amended by the CSC in the bank book - From the supply and installation of guardrails level retained H2 replacing guardrails current. These slides are to extend to the height of the current boxes Mahieu - From the supply and installation of support brackets for lighting poles - From the supply and installation of HDPE sheath under the overhang of the work to allow the supply of lighting poles - The lighting of the road at night work during the phase where the poles are removed - From thorough cleaning of visible infrastructure and superstructure - Work of stripping and patching concrete underside - Work surface preparation in view of the installation of an anti carbonation paint - From the supply and installation of anti carbonation paint on batteries - sails - Work replacement of water downhill - Maintenance work masonry siding abutment; CONTINUED DESCRIPTION SEE ATTACHED CSC

Study on energy costs and subsidies for energy in the European Union

Europa-Kommissionen | Published July 2, 2014
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Ecofys NLKanaalweg 15GUtrecht 3526 KL h.groenenberg@ecofys.com +31 306623470
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73210000

The study seeks to provide to the Commission a complete and consistent set of data on the production of energy (electricity and heat) and the costs of these past and present state of externalities and subsidies in each of the EU member states and for the entire EU. The transport sector is not included within the scope of the study. Estimates by the European Commission carried out or for which it is issued by the authority should meet applicable performance standards for evaluation. 1st Based on the current literature and practice of organizations that conducted the analysis of energy markets (IEA, OECD, EEA, FP7/JRC, IRENA, WEC, EIU, BNEF and other relevant national institutions), it is necessary to develop an appropriate methodology and framework for calculating energy costs and subsidies for energy in agreement with the Board ENER, where will include: - costs and subsidies for production and consumption, transmission and distribution networks and storage, - direct and indirect costs (including stranded costs, external costs and an analysis of their internalisation) , system costs, financing costs and regulation (eg systems of third party liability), - the source of funding (by which one can determine when and how to apply grant funded): direct funding, through taxes that are subject to all taxpayers or indirectly finance , by end-users. Grants can be financed from the funds of the Member States or the EU budget - the issue of energy taxation is necessary to cover only if the tax refund or exemption is applied in practice acts as a hidden subsidy. It takes a second to deliver existing cost estimates and information about energy. Implementation of the agreed methodology developed in Task 1: 3rd Data on the cost of energy and subsidies collected or calculated to encompass the following sources of energy and energy products: coal, oil, natural gas, unconventional gas, nuclear energy, renewable energy sources, including hydropower, solar photovoltaic and solar thermal energy, wind energy on land and sea, biomass used for electricity generation and heating, and geothermal heat pumps. Other energy sources or further disaggregation sources should be developed in an appropriate manner. 4th You need to collect data on the costs associated with funding the power grid (transmission, distribution, storage), including capital and operating costs. It is necessary to assess and subsidies or redirection of resources arising from the structure of fees for the network (eg: deep or surface power). 5th It is necessary to deliver the full range of external cost estimates with legal and regulatory costs of different technologies (eg, costs associated with the liability for damage caused by nuclear power). 6th Since energy efficiency measures have a direct impact on the energy market, it is necessary to determine subsidies for energy efficiency, which include energy efficiency measures associated with the production, transmission / distribution and consumption. If you have a direct effect on the energy markets, the analysis is needed to cover the subsidies associated with research and development (R & D). Horizontal Requirements: Data should include all 28 EU member states and include the last and most recent available data (preferably annual data for the 2012th and 2013th). For each Member State is required to submit a detailed legal and financial information and a detailed view of specific subsidies that apply. It is also necessary to identify and separately collect data on current or past subsidies for production sources (eg nuclear, fossil fuel, hydro energy storage) or on the costs of infrastructure (eg power cables) that directly affect the current energy market. Included in the scope and time period will be determined in consultation with the Commission. Information on grants for the entire energy chain must be submitted for each year. Energy costs and subsidies should be expressed as the total costs, measured in euros. If the present cost or subsidies directly attributable to a given period for which data are available on energy production, costs and subsidies must also be expressed in euro per unit of energy (eg EUR / MWh). If you have passed the costs and subsidies aggregated over time, it is using the inflation index and adjust the shared data base (eg measured in euros in 2010.). Data at the national level should be aggregated to give a complete picture on the EU level, where it is necessary to provide a detailed distribution of the energy subsidy for each energy source. Historical trends can also be a better show if the specified aggregate amount of subsidies over time for the member states and at EU level. Specific objectives: - study requires an assessment methodology and definition of costs and subsidies in order to determine fair OKV

Study on energy costs and subsidies for energy in the European Union

Europa-Kommissionen | Published December 24, 2013  -  Deadline January 29, 2014
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73210000

The study seeks to provide to the Commission a complete and consistent set of data on the production of energy (electricity and heat) and the costs of these past and present state of externalities and subsidies in each of the EU member states and for the entire EU. The transport sector is not included within the scope of the study. Estimates by the European Commission carried out or for which it is issued by the authority should meet applicable performance standards for evaluation. First Based on the current literature and practice organization that conducted the analysis of energy markets (IEA, OECD, EEA, FP7/JRC, IRENA, WEC, EIU, BNEF and other relevant national institutions), it is necessary to develop an appropriate methodology and framework for calculating energy costs and subsidies Energy in consultation with the Board ENER, where will include: - costs and subsidies for production and consumption, transmission and distribution network and storage, - direct and indirect costs (including stranded costs, external costs and an analysis of their internalisation), costs system, the cost of financing and regulation (eg third-party liability systems), - the source of funding (by which one can determine when and how to apply grant funded): direct funding, through taxes which are subject to all taxpayers or indirect financing through end-users. Grants can be financed from the funds of the Member States or the EU budget - the issue of taxation of energy necessary to cover only if the tax refund or exemption applied in practice act as hidden subsidies. Second It is necessary to deliver existing cost estimates and information about energy. Implementation of the agreed methodology developed in Task 1: 3rd Data on the cost of energy subsidies collected or calculated to encompass the following sources of energy and energy products: coal, oil, natural gas, unconventional gas, nuclear energy, renewable energy sources, including hydro, solar photovoltaic and solar thermal energy, energy Wind onshore and offshore, biomass used for electricity generation and heating, and geothermal heat pumps. Other energy sources or further disaggregation sources should be developed in an appropriate manner. 4th You need to collect data on the costs associated with funding the power grid (transmission, distribution, storage), including capital and operating costs. It is necessary to assess and subsidies or redirection of resources arising from the structure of fees for the network (eg: deep or surface power). 5th It is necessary to deliver the full range of external cost estimates with the legal and regulatory costs of different technologies (eg, costs associated with the liability for damage caused by nuclear energy). 6th Since energy efficiency measures have a direct impact on the energy market, it is necessary to determine subsidies for energy efficiency, which include energy efficiency measures associated with the production, transmission / distribution and consumption. If you have a direct effect on the energy markets, the analysis is needed to cover the subsidies associated with research and development (R & D). Horizontal Requirements: Data should include all 28 EU member states and include the last and most recent available data (preferably annual data for the 2012th and 2013th). For each Member State is required to submit a detailed legal and financial information and a detailed view of specific subsidies that apply. It is also necessary to identify and separately collect data on current or past subsidies for production sources (eg nuclear, fossil fuel, hydro energy storage) or on the costs of infrastructure (eg power cables) that directly affect the current energy market. Included in the scope and time period will be determined in consultation with the Commission. Information on grants for the entire energy chain must be submitted for each year. Energy costs and subsidies should be expressed as the total costs, measured in euros. If the present cost or subsidies directly attributable to a given period for which data are available on energy production, costs and subsidies must also be expressed in euro per unit of energy (eg EUR / MWh). If you have passed the costs and subsidies aggregated over time, it is using the inflation index and adjust the shared data base (eg measured in euros in 2010.). Data on the national level should be aggregated to give a complete picture at EU level, where it is necessary to provide the detailed distribution of the energy subsidy for each energy source. Historical trends can also be a better show if the specified aggregate amount of subsidies over time for the member states and at EU level. Specific objectives: - study requires an assessment methodology and definition of costs and subsidies in order to determine the objective of