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Electrical energy.

Norsk Tipping AS | Published February 20, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
cpvs
09300000, 09310000, 09000000

Norsk Tipping intends to enter into an agreement regarding supply of electrical energy with accompanying services. The contract involves approx. 7 000 000 KWH per annum and the contract period is up to 4 years. This is an estimate only, and is not to be considered as binding on the contracting authority.

Electric power.

Norsk Tipping AS | Published June 17, 2015
Winner
Eidsiva Marked As
cpvs
09300000, 09310000, 09000000

Norsk Tipping intends to enter into an agreement regarding supply of electrical energy with accompanying services. The contract involves approx. 7 000 000 KWH per annum and the contract period is up to 4 years. This is an estimate only, and is not to be considered as binding on the contracting authority.

Uninterruptible power supplies, UPS and service contract.

Norsk Tipping AS | Published March 19, 2016
Winner
Eaton Power Quality Norge AS
cpvs
31154000

Norsk Tipping has signed a contract for new uninterruptible power supplies, UPSs, in order to optimise operations and reduce costs and energy consumption.

Norsk Tipping has 2 identical computer halls. The company would first like to replace the UPS system in one computer hall.

Furthermore, Norsk TIpping has an option to replace the UPSs in the other computer hall within 2 years. Norsk Tipping will not be obliged to take up the option.

The contract is also for a service and maintenance contract with a service plan that covers all costs over 10 years.

Uninterruptible power supplies, UPS and service contract.

Norsk Tipping AS | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
cpvs
31154000

Norsk Tipping shall procure new uninterruptible power supplies, UPSs, in order to optimise operations and reduce costs and energy consumption. Norsk Tipping has two identical computer halls. The company would first like to replace the UPS system in one computer hall. Furthermore, Norsk TIpping would like an option to replace the UPSs in the other computer hall within two (2) years. Norsk Tipping will not be obliged to take up the option. Norsk Tipping would also like tenders for a service and maintenance contract with a service plan that covers all costs for 10 years. Further details and the requirements are in contract annex 1 Specifications.

100379 — Crew quarters, stage 2, ØF — Contract 852086

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency fighter jet base | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
Rædergård Entrepenør AS
cpvs
45216200, 71240000

The crew quartering is over 2 floors with loft, without basement. The quarters have 2 wings that are built together in the roof structure, and cover a yard toward the existing crew quarter C. The outdoor area formed in the yard will provide protection from weather and wind, and shall function as a lining up place for the soldiers.

The solutions are selected with emphasis on effective use of area and possible industrial production of construction elements has been facilitated for with element/module assembly at the construction site.

Passive house is the presumed energy classification with hotel category as the basis for the calculations.

The requirements of energy needs shall not be included in the costing of satisfactory interior environment.

There is no facilitation for physically handicapped persons in the project. Dispensation must be sought from the requirement on universal design in connection with the planning application.

The contract will mainly consist of:

— Detailed engineering design services.

— Ground works, foundations etc.

— Building, gross area approx. 2 210 m2.

— 2 wings in 2 floors with loft, without basement, built together in the roof structure.

— Technical disciplines.

— Connections to infrastructure.

— Outdoor work.

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has chosen the contract form of Turnkey Contract. The contact will be regulated by The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's contract terms based on NS 8407. In the contract there will be limits to a maximum of 2 links with sub-contractors under the main contractor. Barracks with associated services will be delivered by an external tenderer with whom The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has an agreement. To the extent that the Contractor has need of such services, he will be decreed to use this. The Contractor must be prepared to receive some transferred contracts.

16/8088 — Procurement of light sources, batteries and electro material for daily operations

Hedmark Fylkeskommune (Hedmark County) | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline May 3, 2016
cpvs
31000000

Procurement of light sources with a long lifetime, batteries with a high energy content and electro material of high quality for daily operations.

The competition has the following contracting authorities:

Elverum municipality

Etnedal municipality

Gausdal municipality

Gran municipality

Hamar municipality

Hedmark county

Jevnaker municipality

Lillehammer municipality

Lunner municipality

Løten municipality

Nord-Aurdal municipality

Nord-Fron municipality

Oppland county

Ringebu municipality

Ringsaker municipality

Stange municipality

Sør-Aurdal municipality

Sør-Fron municipality

Vang municipality

Vestre Slidre municipality

Øyer municipality

Øystre Slidre municipality

Kirkegata 74 AS (Option to join the contract)

Each individual contracting authority will join the contract on the same terms and will enter into separate contracts with the chosen supplier. The current contract for Løten, Hamar, Stange and Elverum expires 2.12.2017. These municipalities will therefore join this contract 3.12.2017.

Hedmark county is not responsible for the follow-up of these contracts.

The following contracting authorities will enter into a contract for Hedmark county:

Hedmark Trafikk FKF (org no. 981 522 427)

Kjørekontoret for innlandet (org no. 989 279 610)

Hedmark fylkeskommune Blæstad AS (org.no. 991 509 658)

Anno museum AS (org.no. 994 933 272)

Teater Innlandet AS (org.no. 995 489 686)

Stiftelsen Kunstbanken (org.no. 981,135 865)

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16/8088 — Procurement of light sources, batteries and electro material for daily operations

Hedmark Fylkeskommune (Hedmark County) | Published March 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 29, 2016
cpvs
31500000

Procurement of light sources with a long lifetime, batteries with a high energy content and electro material of high quality for daily operations.

The competition has the following contracting authorities:

Elverum municipality

Etnedal municipality

Gausdal municipality

Gran municipality

Hamar municipality

Hedmark county

Jevnaker municipality

Lillehammer municipality

Lunner municipality

Løten municipality

Nord-Aurdal municipality

Nord-Fron municipality

Oppland county

Ringebu municipality

Ringsaker municipality

Stange municipality

Sør-Aurdal municipality

Sør-Fron municipality

Vang municipality

Vestre Slidre municipality

Øyer municipality

Øystre Slidre municipality

Kirkegata 74 AS (Option to join the contract)

Each individual contracting authority will join the contract on the same terms and will enter into separate contracts with the chosen supplier. The current contract for Løten, Hamar, Stange and Elverum expires 2.12.2017. These municipalities will therefore join this contract 3.12.2017.

Hedmark county is not responsible for the follow-up of these contracts.

The following contracting authorities will enter into a contract for Hedmark county:

Hedmark Trafikk FKF (org no. 981 522 427)

Kjørekontoret for innlandet (org no. 989 279 610)

Hedmark fylkeskommune Blæstad AS (org.no. 991 509 658)

Anno museum AS (org.no. 994 933 272)

Teater Innlandet AS (org.no. 995 489 686)

Stiftelsen Kunstbanken (org.no. 981,135 865)

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Establishment of heat pump systems including phasing out oil boilers

Fylkesmannen i Hedmark | Published July 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
cpvs
45251250, 45232140, 45330000, 45232142, 42511110, 45255110, 45262200, 45331110, 45112400

Replacement of oil boiler and buried oil tank. Drilling of 2 pieces energy wells and establishment of heat pump systems. Repaving of water. Principal uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To register your interest, and get access to any documents, click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser. [[Http://permalink.mercell.com/52013362.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

Framework agreement advisory engineers

Norsk Tipping AS | Published May 24, 2017  -  Deadline June 30, 2017
cpvs
71312000

The framework agreement shall cover the following disciplines: Building Technology (RIB) Electrical (RIE) Pipes and Plumbing (RIV) Fire Advice (RIBr) Energy (RIEn) Roof Drafts In these areas, offers are offered for two advisors per. Subjects in priority order. A resume will be provided for the offered resources. The consultants' expertise and experience in the areas described above will be the basis for evaluating the offers. The offered counselors are the ones who will perform the work. There are no CVs for other resources. Optionally, offers are offered on nearby service areas.

Kongsvinger fortress, outdoor lighting

Fylke: Hedmark, Kommune: Kongsvinger | Published June 21, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
cpvs
31527260

Today's lighting system at Kongsvinger Fortress is outdated and energy-intensive. New modern facility with LED technology and possibilities for both RGB, Tunable White and adjustable light output must be installed. Control of facilities shall take place wirelessly to prevent excavation on historical grounds. It is primarily luminaires mounted on the mast to be delivered. It will be delivered with the luminaires new top with travers adapted type and number of luminaires for existing master from Ørsta.

Project 100379 Crew quartering phase 2, Ørland Main Air Station, contract 852086

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency Fighter Jet Base | Published July 21, 2016  -  Deadline September 1, 2016
cpvs
45216200, 71240000

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency is an administrative body under the Ministry of Defence. The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency is 1 of Norway's biggest property representatives, and the total supplier of property services to The Norwegian Armed Forces. Further information about The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency can be found at: www.forsvarsbygg.no

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has been given the task of constructing a new base for fighter jets in Norway. In short, this assignment involves:

‘A main base for fighter jets shall be established at Ørland, and an advanced operation base at Evenes. The establishment of the fighter jet base includes updated and facilitated EBA for the weapon systems fighter jet, air protection and base defence.’

Forsvarsdepartementet (The Ministry of Defence) has given the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency the task of establishing the necessary facilities for the establishment of the F-35 fighter jet base at Ørland and an advanced operation base at Evenes.

The assignment includes, i.a. to procure increased quarters capacity for crews. In relation to the ongoing restructuring in The Norwegian Air Force, there is already an increased number of conscription and course students at Ørland.

Construction phase 1 of the crew quartering is already under construction. Construction phase 2 shall be built at ØHF, north of construction phase 1.

The crew quartering is over 2 floors with loft, without basement. The quarters have 2 wings that are built together in the roof structure, and cover a yard toward the existing crew quarters A and B. The outdoor area formed in the yard will provide protection from weather and wind, and shall function as a lining up place for the soldiers.

Construction methods or bearing system have not been determined, but it is anticipated that the building method will be tradition, primarily of steel/concrete.

Total capacity is 180 new bed places distributed over 30 x 6 man rooms. In addition, there are 4 living rooms designed identically to a 6 man room, so that the capacity can easily increase by 24 bed places to a total of 204. The billeting rooms each have a bathroom with double washbasins, shower niche with 2 showers and own toilet cubicle. The bathrooms will be pre-fabricated as finished modules.

The solutions are selected with emphasis on effective use of area and possible industrial production of construction elements has been facilitated for with element assembly at the construction site.

Passive house is the presumed energy classification with hotel category as the basis for the calculations.

The requirements of energy needs shall not be included in the costing of satisfactory interior environment.

There is no facilitation for physically handicapped persons in the crew quarters. This is in-line with The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's management document for universal design. Dispensation must be sought from the requirement on universal design in connection with the planning application.

The contract will mainly consist of:

Detailed design;

Ground works, foundations, etc.;

Building, approx. 22 100 m2 GFA;

2 wings, 2 floors with loft, without basement, built together in the roof structure;

Technical disciplines;

Connecting to infrastructure;

Outdoor works.

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has chosen the contract form of Turnkey Contract. The contact will be regulated by The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's contract terms based on NS 8407. In the contract there will be limits to a maximum of 2 links with sub-contractors under the main contractor. Barracks with associated services will be delivered by an external tenderer with whom The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has an agreement. To the extent that the Contractor has need of such services, he will be decreed to use this. The Contractor must be prepared to receive some transferred contracts. This will be further discussed in the tender documentation.

The project shall be carried out in a military area. All employees that shall be on the construction site should be authorised at level: Limited.

The deadline and any sub-deadlines will be described in the tender documentation.

The Contracting Authority uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To express your interest and gain access to any documents, please click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser (http://permalink.mercell.com/60213574.aspx). Then follow the instructions on the website.

Purchase of uninterruptible power supply, UPS, and service agreement

Norsk Tipping AS | Published March 17, 2016
Winner
Eaton Power Quality Norge AS
cpvs
31154000

Norwegian Tipping has agreed new uninterruptible power supplies, UPSs, to optimize operations and reduce costs and energy consumption.

Norwegian Tipping has two identical data centers. The company wants initially to replace the UPS facility in one data hall.

Moreover, Norwegian Tipping an option to switch UPSs in the second data hall within two (2) years. Norwegian Tipping undertakes not to use the option.

The acquisition also includes service and maintenance agreement with a service plan that includes all costs over 10 years.

Purchase of uninterruptible power supply, UPS, and service agreement

Norsk Tipping AS | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
cpvs
31154000

Norwegian Tipping acquiring new uninterruptible power supplies, UPS is, to optimize operations and reduce costs and energy consumption. Norwegian Tipping has two identical data centers. The company wants initially to replace the UPS facility in one data hall. Furthermore wish Norwegian Tipping an option to switch UPSs in the second data hall within two (2) years. Norwegian Tipping undertakes not to use the option. Norwegian Tipping also request offer service and maintenance contract with a service plan that includes all costs over 10 years. Further description and requirements provided in the agreement Appendix 1 Requirements Specification.

Service and maintenance agreement central operating system, BMS

Norsk Tipping AS | Published February 16, 2015  -  Deadline March 13, 2015
cpvs
48613000, 31200000

Norwegian Tipping intends to enter into agreements with up to two providers of service and maintenance on its four key operating systems, BMS. One of the plants is of a Honeywell. The remaining are different versions of Regin Exomatic. The agreements will also include: - extensions of parts of the plants at ev. reconstruction and conversion of the premises. - Replacement of old controllers and other components to upgrade the facilities. - Assistance in connection with energy monitoring. It is permitted to submit bids on parts of the assignment Offers Area 1: Service and maintenance on BEMS category Regin Exomatic Offers Area 2: Service and maintenance on BEMS category Honeywell.

Hell-Værnes, T2 Technical control body (TSI) and assessor.

Jernbaneverket | Published May 2, 2015  -  Deadline May 26, 2015
cpvs
71356100, 71247000, 71248000, 71631000, 71731000

1. Technical control body: The interconnection regulations (regulations from 16 June 2010 no. 820 on the interconnection ability in the railway system) have requirements regarding the preparation of an EF-declaration on conformity and suitability for use and the EF-certificate for part systems on the national railway network. The requirements are set in the technical specifications for the interconnection ability (TSI). Jernbaneverket would like tenders for EF-verification for requirements in TSI interconnection ability for the following TSIs: — TSI management, control and signal in the trans European railway system for conventional trains and in accordance with the resolutions. — TSI persons with reduced mobility in the trans European railway system for conventional trains and high speed trains and in accordance with resolution 2008/164/EC. — TSI infrastructure for conventional railways in accordance with the commision resolution 2011/275/EU. — TSI-energy for conventional railways. The assignment includes all work with preparing and presenting the necessary documentation in order to certify that the part systems are in accordance with the given TSIs and in accordance with the other provisions, in accordance with the interconnection regulations. Verification of the part systems shall be carried out in accordance with module SG in accordance with decision 2010/713/EU under directive 2008/57/EF. The certificates for EF-verification shall be used in the documentation for the projects'applications for permission to use the part system infrastructure for the project. It is a prerequisite for the project that the tenderer and Jernbaneverket Infrastrukturprosjekter communicate in Norwegian (Swedish or Danish), both in writing and orally, in meetings and on-site. All documentation that Jernbanemerket Infrastruktur makes available as a part of the documentation for the EF-conformity assessment is to be in Norwegian. All documentation from the tenderer that is a part of the delivery to Jernbaneverket Infrastruktur shall be in Norwegian (or Swedish or Danish). 2. Assessor (ISA) Jernbaneverket Infrastrukturprosjekter would like tenders for the provision of independent assessor services in accordance with EN 50129. The independent assessor shall carry out assessments on the basis of the requirements in EN 50129. The assessments shall constitute an independent additional insurance that a sufficient level of safety has been achieved. The assessor shall carry out an independent safety assessment of the part systems and safety case. The assessor shall submit a report that will form the basis of the application to Statens Jernbanetilsyn for permission to use structural part systems. The assessor report shall given an assessment and a recommendation on whether there are sufficient and necessary requirements for the systems and whether these requirements are fulfilled. 3. Assessing unit (OPTION) The assessing unit shall assess the risk management in the project and whether the risk management has been in accordance with a joint safety method for risk assessment (CSM-RA). In accordance with the CSM-RA, the assessing unit shall let the initative taker have a safety assessment report that SJT shall take into consideration for the authority's decision to approve the use of the part systems.

Kongsvinger fortress, electrical installations

Fylke: Hedmark, Kommune: Kongsvinger | Published June 23, 2017  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
cpvs
45311000

Today's lighting system at Kongsvinger Fortress is outdated and energy-intensive. New modern facility with LED technology and possibilities for both RGB, Tunable White and adjustable light output must be installed. Control of facilities shall be done wirelessly to prevent unnecessary digging on historical grounds. The luminaire delivery is sent out as a separate competition and will be transported to the electrical contractor. The electrical contractor shall include the digging work in his work and must therefore affiliate with a grave contractor. The excavation work is required in Action 1, but the grave contractor must not have an action class to dig. It will in principle say that the electrical contractor can apply to dig with a mini digger himself. The electrical contractor will install the new lighting system

100 379 - Crew Laying step 2, OEF - Contract 852086

Forsvarsbygg kampflybase | Published March 14, 2017
Winner
Rædergård Entrepenør AS
cpvs
45216200, 71240000

Staff camps are 2 floors with attic without basement. Barracks has two wings that are built together in the roof structure, forming a courtyard with existing crew quarters C. outdoor space formed in the yard will provide shelter from wind and weather, and will function as spaces for soldiers.

The solutions are selected for efficient utilization of space and it is suitable for possible industrial production of building elements with the element / module assembly on site.

Passive is assumed that the energy class of hotel category as the basis for calculations.

The requirements for energy should not come at the expense of a satisfactory indoor environment.

Arrangements are made not for the disabled in this project. It must apply for the exemption from the requirement for universal design in connection with the planning application.

The contract will mainly include:

• Detailed engineering

• Excavation, foundations etc.

• Construction estimated 2210 m2 gross.

• 2 wings in 2 stories with a loft, without a basement, incorporating the roof

• Technical subjects

• Affiliation of infrastructure

• Utomhus Worker

NDEA has chosen turnkey as contract terms. The contract will be governed by NDEA contract terms based on NS 8407. The contract will inter alia be put limits to a maximum of two terms with subcontractors under turnkey contractor. Board rig and associated services will be delivered by an external provider that NDEA has an agreement. To the extent that the contractor has a need for such services, he will be required to use them. The contractor must be prepared to get attracted rans ported some contracts.

Project 100379 Crew Laying step 2 Ørland airfield contract 852086

Forsvarsbygg kampflybase | Published July 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 1, 2016
cpvs
45216200, 71240000

For details on the NDEA's on www.forsvarsbygg.no.

Briefly goes this mission out on:

The establishment of fighter base includes updated and adapted EBA for weapons systems combat aircraft, air defense and base defenses. "

The Ministry of Defence has thus given NDEA commissioned to establish the necessary facilities for establishment of F- 35 fighter base in Orland and a forward operating base at Evenes.

In relation to the ongoing restructuring of the Air Force, there is already an increase in the number of conscripts and training students in Orland.

Phase 2 will be built on OHF north of stage 1.

Outdoor space formed in the yard will provide shelter from wind and weather, and will function as spaces for soldiers.

It is not decided construction method or suspension system but it is believed traditional building method primarily in steel / concrete

It is understood that the bathrooms are prefabricated as finished modules.

The solutions are selected for efficient utilization of space and it is suitable for possible industrial production of building elements with element assembly on site.

Passive is assumed that the energy class of hotel category as the basis for calculations.

The requirements for energy should not come at the expense of a satisfactory indoor environment.

It must apply for the exemption from the requirement for universal design in connection with the planning application.

The contract will mainly include:

detailed engineering

Excavation, foundations etc.

Construction estimated 2210 m2 gross.

2 wings in 2 stories with a loft, without a basement, incorporating the roof

technical courses

Affiliation of infrastructure

utomhus Worker

This will be discussed in detail in the tender documents.

All employees who are on the construction site must be authorized to level LIMITED.

Deadlines and interim deadlines described in the tender documents.

Then follow the instructions on the website.

Hell-Værnes, T2 Technical control body (TSI) and assessor

Jernbaneverket [The Norwegian National Rail Administration] | Published November 4, 2016
Winner
VANAHEIM AB
cpvs
71356100, 71247000, 71248000, 71631000, 71731000

1.Technical supervisory body:

The interconnection regulations (regulations from 16.6.2010 no 820 on the interconnection ability in the railway system) have requirements regarding the preparation of an EF-declaration on conformity and suitability for use and the EF-certificate for part systems on the national railway network. The requirements are set in the technical specifications for the interconnection ability (TSI).

Jernbaneverket would like tenders for EF-verification for requirements in TSI interconnection ability for the following TSIs:

— TSI management, control and signal in the trans European railway system for conventional trains and in accordance with the resolutions;

— TSI persons with reduced mobility in the trans European railway system for conventional trains and high speed trains and in accordance with resolution 2008/164/EC;

— TSI infrastructure for conventional railways in accordance with the commission resolution 2011/275/EU;

— TSI-energy for conventional railways.

The assignment includes all work with preparing and presenting the necessary documentation in order to certify that the part systems are in accordance with the given TSIs and in accordance with the other provisions, in accordance with the interconnection regulations. Verification of the part systems shall be carried out in accordance with module SG in accordance with decision 2010/713/EU under directive 2008/57/EF.

The certificates for EF-verification shall be used in the documentation for the projects' applications for permission to use the part system infrastructure for the project.

It is a prerequisite for the project that the tenderer and Jernbaneverket Infrastrukturprosjekter communicate in Norwegian (Swedish or Danish), both in writing and orally, in meetings and on-site. All documentation that Jernbanemerket Infrastruktur makes available as a part of the documentation for the EF-conformity assessment is to be in Norwegian. All documentation from the tenderer that is a part of the delivery to Jernbaneverket Infrastruktur shall be in Norwegian (or Swedish or Danish).

2. Assessor (ISA).

Jernbaneverket Infrastrukturprosjekter would like tenders for the provision of independent assessor services in accordance with EN 50129.

The independent assessor shall carry out assessments on the basis of the requirements in EN 50129. The assessments shall constitute an independent additional insurance that a sufficient level of safety has been achieved. The assessor shall carry out an independent safety assessment of the part systems and safety case.

The assessor shall submit a report that will form the basis of the application to Statens Jernbanetilsyn for permission to use structural part systems. The assessor report shall given an assessment and a recommendation on whether there are sufficient and necessary requirements for the systems and whether these requirements are fulfilled.

3. Assessing unit (OPTION).

The assessing unit shall assess the risk management in the project and whether the risk management has been in accordance with a joint safety method for risk assessment (CSM-RA).

In accordance with the CSM-RA, the assessing unit shall let the initiative taker have a safety assessment report that SJT shall take into consideration for the authority's decision to approve the use of the part systems.

Project 100319 Officers Quarters step 2 Ørland Main Air Station, contract, 852084

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency fighter jet base | Published July 21, 2016  -  Deadline August 25, 2016
cpvs
71240000, 45216200

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency is an administrative body under the Ministry of Defence. The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency is 1 of Norway's biggest property representatives, and the total supplier of property services to The Norwegian Armed Forces. Further information about The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency can be found at: www.forsvarsbygg.no

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has been given the task of constructing a new base for fighter jets in Norway. In short, this assignment involves:

‘A main base for fighter jets shall be established at Ørland, and an advanced operation base at Evenes. The establishment of the fighter jet base includes updated and facilitated EBA for the weapon systems fighter jet, air protection and base defence.’

Forsvarsdepartementet (The Ministry of Defence) has given the Norwegian Defence Estates Agency the task of establishing the necessary facilities for the establishment of the F-35 fighter jet base at Ørland and an advanced operation base at Evenes.

The assignment includes i.a. to procure increased quarters capacity for officers. In relation to the ongoing restructuring in The Norwegian Air Force, there is already an increased number of officers at Ørland. The total future need is not clarified, as reviews are still taking place in regard to The Norwegian Air Force's organisation and operations.

The quarters shall be built at Ørland Main Air Station, east of the existing main quarters. This area is dedicated for the new officers quarters. Construction phase 1 is already under construction and comprises 50 quarters in a 3 floor officers barracks. Construction phase 2 will be built so that it covers the yard toward construction phase 1 with an outdoor area that will provide protection from weather and wind. The project includes completion of the outdoor area.

All 70 quarter in phase 2 shall be planned as bed-sits without bed recess, type 3b in accordance with The Norwegian Armed Forces' residence directive. 12 of the quarters, equivalent to 10 % of the quarters in phase 1+2 shall be adapted to UU requirements.

The project is solved with 2 officers quarters over 2 floors with a loft, without basement. The 2 buildings are bound together with a common building, where joint functions will be established for both of the officers quarters. The 2 planned quarters are labelled respectively officers quarters N (BKN) and officers quarters O (BKO).

Emphasis is placed on standardised solutions and reuse of solutions from construction phase 1.

It is planned to establish a lift in BKO that will provide necessary access to the 2nd floor in all of the buildings (BKN, BKO and the common building). The quarter that satisfy the UU requirement are located in BKO.

The following joint functions will be established in the common building:

Living room with shared kitchen;

Shared HCWC;

Cleaning centre with toilets and changing rooms;

Common wash room/drying room/ironing room;

Storage for clean clothes/linen;

Dirty clothes storage.

The area in the lofts of BKO and BKN will be utilised for technical room, drying for PBU and sheds for civil/military effects.

The solutions are selected with emphasis on effective area utilisation and as far as possible facilitation for industrial production with element installation at the construction site. This gives shorter construction time and good quality control in the production phase.

Passive house is the presumed energy classification with hotel category as the basis for the calculations.

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has chosen the contract form of Turnkey Contract. The contact will be regulated by The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency's contract terms based on NS 8407. In the contract there will i.a. be limits to a maximum of 2 links of sub-contractors under the main contractor. Barracks with associated services will be delivered by an external tenderer with whom The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has an agreement. To the extent that the Contractor has need of such services, he will be decreed to use this. The Contractor must be prepared to receive some transferred contracts. This will be further discussed in the tender documentation.

The project shall be carried out in a military area. All employees that shall be on the construction site should be authorised at level: Limited.

The tender period is planned for October/November 2016, signing of the contract in January 2017 and start of the contractual works in February 2017 and completion in the 1st quarter of 2018.

The deadline and any sub-deadlines will be described in more detail in the tender documentation.

The Contracting Authority uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To express your interest and gain access to any documents, please click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser. (http://permalink.mercell.com/60204282.aspx). Then follow the instructions on the website.