The framework agreement for general architect services will include, amongst other things:
— carrying out feasibility studies and sketch projects for alterations/renovations of existing buildings, including extensions/additions,
— architect work for minor alterations,
— simple engineering design and major renovations,
— assist in projects with high environment and energy ambitions,
— be the responsible applicant in building applications,
— assist in the participation of land proceedings,
— prepare outdoor plans with surface water measures,
— assist with furnishing plans, as well as room and function plans,
— be able to provide ground surveys, either themselves or with sub-suppliers,
— assist with traffic analyses, noise analyses and air quality analyses.
Statnett hereby invites your company to submit an application for qualification for the procurement KON-003284 IT-solution for aFRR capacity market, as specified in this qualification document.
Statnett is responsible for the procurement process on behalf of the Nordic TSOs (TSOs in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway), and Statnett will be the formal contracting party. The Nordic TSOs will have a solidary responsibility with Statnett towards the chosen supplier.
The Nordic TSOs have agreed to establish a Nordic capacity market for aFRR. It is a goal that the aFRR capacity market is operational during the first half of 2018. Statnett will on behalf of the Nordic TSOs be the Market Operator for the aFRR capacity market for the first 4 years of operation, and as part of this Statnett will also be responsible for the implementation of the necessary solution. After the first 4 years of operation the role can be transferred to one of the other Nordic TSOs.
Statnett is administrator within the Norwegian power grid system. This implies to operate about 11 000km of high voltage power lines and 150 substations across the country. Statnett is also responsible for interconnections to Sweden, Finland, Russia, Denmark and the Netherlands. Statnett is a state-owned enterprise established under the Public Enterprises Act and owned by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. For more information about Statnett, visit the web site www.statnett.no.
For information on the other Nordic TSOs, please visit www.fingrid.fi, www.svk.se and www.energinet.dk.
Oslo municipality, the Municipal Undertaking fo Social Services Buildings (OBY) shall develop and construct a new nursing home in the Nordre Aker district.
The project consists of the demolition of an existing nursing home, preliminary project, detailed engineering design services for and the construction of a new nursing home.
The new nursing home shall house 125 resident rooms and a day centre. The building shall have a maximum of four floors and approx. 14 500 m² gross.
The general aim of the project is to develop and construct a new nursing home that:
— has single rooms and is suitable for elderly persons with compound medical diagnoses, including cognitive decline.
— produces more energy than it uses throughout the year, a so-called plus building.
— shall be environmentally certified in BREEAM-NOR, minimum ‘excellent’.
— is constructed with wooden supporting constructions.
— reduces emissions from the construction site as much as possible.
— is a FutureBuilt project.
To ensure good solutions, satisfied users and the best possible utilisation of competence, the contracting authority would like to prepare a preliminary project in cooperation with the contractor. This phase shall try to optimise the project as regards function, quality and cost. By the end of the interaction phase, the parties will be in agreement on the progress plan and a fixed price for the execution phase. The execution phase will be carried out as an ordinary turnkey contract. The demolition of the existing nursing home will be carried out as a part of the same turnkey contract.
Omsorgsbygg Oslo KF (OBY) to develop and build new nursing homes in District Nordre Aker.
The project consists of the demolition of existing nursing homes, preliminary, detailed design and construction of new nursing homes.
The new nursing home will contain 135 patient rooms and a day center. The building will have a maximum of four storeys and represents about 14 500m2 BTA.
Key objectives of the project is to develop and build new nursing homes:
- Has single rooms and adapted elderly with complex medical diagnoses, including cognitive impairment
- Produces more energy than it uses throughout the year, a so-called energy-positive
- Be environmentally certified BREEAM NOR, minimum «excellent»
- Built with load-bearing structures of wood
- Reduce emissions from construction site the most
- Is a FutureBuilt project
To ensure good solutions, satisfied customers and the best use of expertise, want the principal to develop a pilot project in collaboration with the contractor. In this phase, we should seek to optimize the project in terms of function, quality and cost. Parties at the end of interacting phase agree on the work schedule and fixed price for the implementation phase. The implementation phase is performed as an ordinary turnkey contract. Demolition of existing nursing homes implemented as part of the same turnkey contract.
The framework agreement for overall architectural services will include include;
- Carry out feasibility studies and draft projects for reconstruction / rehabilitation of existing buildings, including addition / extension,
- Architect working on minor modifications,
- Simpler engineering and major renovations,
- Assist in projects with high environmental and energy ambitions,
- Quiet as responsible seeking to build cases,
- Assist in the sharing business,
- Draw with utomhus plans with stormwater management,
- Assist with furnishing plans and spatial and functional plans,
- Provide basic research either with its own resources or with subcontractors,
- Assisting with traffic analysis, noise analysis and the air quality analyzes.