The work involves the construction of a multi-child center of about 2350 sqm gross floor area (GFA), which includes a primary school, nursery, after school care and welfare are housed. It concerns the existing location of the school Octave, located at 210 Street Symphony Nijmegen. The proposed contract is basically the time for design and construction, plus 15 years of maintenance and energy management in the use phase, from completion.
The purpose of the tender is to purchase and supply natural gas for the period 1.1.2017 (6:00 AM) until 1.1.2019 (6:00 AM) with an option of 2 renewals of 1 year or 1 extension of 2 years. Agreements concerning the purchase and supply of natural gas will be laid down in a delivery agreement that will be agreed with the agreed party.
The estimated annual consumption for the 4 large-scale connections of the SKU for the years 2017 and 2018 is 13 000 000 m³ per year.
City of Nijmegen has sustainability high priority. We see our procurement and tendering processes as opportunities to give sustainability a boost. Currently we are preparing a contract for the collection and processing of industrial waste for our own. It involves the service premises waste and accommodations (community centers, sports centers). We would like to hear from the market and our ambitions are feasible and how. There are parties who are willing to pay for our waste or our raw materials? Why or why not? Or under what conditions or not? What opportunities and risks they see? What methods are there to gather information from accommodation to separate the waste at source, so that the percentage of waste is nil as possible? And that we as a church this reduces the burden as much as possible? And what (other) ideas they have to become more sustainable waste collection and disposal?
This includes elements such as promoting waste separation, communications / awareness among users, logistics and mobility and energy efficiency.
The Radboud University intends to hold a European tender. The tender concerns the construction of the new building FSW and the setting up of the surrounding site for Radboud University. The new building FSW is a university building, which will largely be taken by the Faculty of Social Sciences. The building will be realized at the current Thomas of Aquinostraat, buildings 3, 4 and 5 and contains a number of educational spaces, research rooms and office spaces, including a grand café and a number of large lecture halls.
The new building will become a very sustainable building: it becomes energy neutral and meets the Breeam excellent certificate.
The gross floor area of the building is 25 650 m² spread over 5 floors, of which 1 are partly underground.
The Radboud University intends to hold a European tender. The tender concerns the construction of the new building FSW and the setting up of the surrounding site for Radboud University. The new building FSW is a university building, which will largely be taken by the Faculty of Social Sciences.