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Madla - energy conservation phase 3 - reconstruction of heating plant

Forsvarsbygg | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 24, 2017
cpvs
71000000

• Establishment of two new heat pumps instead of the existing heat pump • Establishing a new system for heat absorption from the sea • Various adjustments to heating plant at BMS and piping New heat pumps: Heat pump solution reestablished with two new heat pumps with a total output of 1,100 kW, custom mapped need. Energy ratio of the heat pumps will be about 80-85% of the total enrolled energy. Two heat pumps will increase the security of supply of clean and economical energy sources by monitor. production of heating and cooling. The solution will limit the use of refrigerant (glycol) to a separate very limited circuit in heat exchange related to sea water line with an exchanger.

Electricity

Meteorologisk institutt, MET | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
cpvs
09310000

The procurement of 100 % renewable energy (Spot price with mark-up, monthly average) with services thereof, for the Norwegian Meteorological Institute (MET). The estimated scope is 3 100 000 kWh.

Thorough description of the delivery following Appendix 1 to the contract.

Laboratory, optical and precision equipments (excl. glasses)

Universitetet i Oslo | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs
38000000

The University of Oslo, the Department of Physics, is engaged in several development projects at CERN, CH.

The procurement is intended to for use in prototype development and production of detector modules,

first and foremost for the Atlas upgrading to high luminosity project, but other projects are also relevant.

Particularly in relation to the high-energy physics environment.

Description

— A fully automatic wedge machine, 17-50 µm thread diameter.

— Minimum wedge area; 100 x 200 mm2.

— The machine shall have 90° thread feeding with option for wedging ‘wells’.

Up to 20 mm deep access.

— A programmable system with automatic pattern recognitions.

— A workpiece holder with vacuum.

— An operator microscope for use in setups of the machine.

Refrigerating Machine for ice systems

Bjørvika Infrastruktur AS | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
cpvs
42123300

Freezing Unit for artificial plants. Installed freezing capacity (compressor capacity) will be 250 kW v / -13 ° C Outlet cooling medium temperature and 10 ° C ambient. Temperatures of gas condenser must then be + 35/20 ° C. The capacity must be covered by a freezing unit with frequency converter or other energy dellastregulering down to 25% performance.

Turnkey with early interaction - Skullerud a nursery

Omsorgsbygg Oslo KF | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Design and construction of permanent kindergarten on up to 13 avd./ base kindergarten in Skullerud Bakken 147. To ensure good solutions, satisfied users and the best use of expertise, wanted the principal to develop a pilot project in collaboration with the entrepreneur. The parties are at the end of the interaction phase agree on the completion deadline and target price for the implementation phase. The execution phase of the new building is controlled as an ordinary turnkey contract. Omsorgsbygg has high environmental ambitions in their projects. The new Skullerud a nursery should be BREEAM certified and meet requirements for passive and energy-positive buildings. See tender documents for further information.

Fully automatic wire woodworking machine

Universitetet i Oslo | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
cpvs
38000000

University of Oslo, Department of Physics is engaged in the development of several projects at CERN, CH. The acquisition is intended to be used for prototyping and manufacturing of detector modules, primarily to Atlas upgrading to high luminosity, but also for other projects, particularly in high-energy physics environment. Description: • Fully automatic thread farmer-machine (wedge), 17-50 micron wire diameter. • Minimum bond bare area 100 x 200 mm2. • The machine should have 90 ° wire feed and the opportunity to farmer in "wells". up to 20 mm depth (deep access). • Programmable system with automatic pattern recognition. • Workpiece holder with vacuum. • Operator microscope for use in setting up the machine.

Holmestrand Skitunell --- Dialogue Conference

OP-VERKIS AS | Published March 20, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Suppliers to the future of ski resorts in Norway must prepare for a whole new reality. Winter is not like before. Real snow is no longer the only basis for winter sports. Norway shall ensure recruitment to keep the place as the world's best ski nation, we need all indoor venues for cross-country skiing and para sports in addition to "normal winters" Whether we will or not. The changes in climate requires new thinking, new technology, new approach to the use of energy and willingness to pay to go skiing. We invite potential suppliers to prepare to participate in the rebuilding of Holmestrand Tunnel to such a venue through a supplier seminar. The tunnel will be a width construction for skiers of all ages and categories. It provides opportunities for training in skiing, biathlon, training, general physical education, recruitment and elite sport. It will not be the only facility in such a blow in the coming years.

Environmental issues consultancy services

Direktoratet for Forvaltning OG IKT | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
cpvs
90713000, 71311200, 71313000, 79418000, 79419000, 71313400, 71313420, 71313430, 72200000, 72230000, 72240000

Difi's aim is to give good and concrete guidance in green procurements. In 2017 we will develop a technical system for concrete environment guidance and a set of criteria. This shall be launched with content in the fourth quarter of 2017. We need assistance to develop this content. In particular, we need assistance for the development of a set of criteria for buildings and transport and evaluation models and tools.

The procurement consists of three separate deliveries. Tenders can be submitted for one or more of the lots. Difi will set high requirements for expertise within the following contract areas:

1. Development of a set of environment criteria and guidelines for transport.

2. Development of a set of environment criteria and guidelines for buildings, sites and property.

3. Development of evaluation models and tools.

Background:

Public transport procurements or procurements that involve transport have an impact on the environment that we would like to minimise. Technology is developing fast and we now have electric ferries, electric buses and other vehicles with different forms of more environmentally friendly propulsion technology. We cannot predict future transport needs or technology, but a combination of different systems must be used to reach the environmental targets. Public services such as public transport, district nursing, patient transport, waste collection, road maintenance and winter stand-by ought to front and influence this development. There ought to be concrete requirements for, amongst other things, energy use and emissions.

The content of the assistance:

Difi will develop a set of environment criteria within transport during 2017 and 2018. A minimum of one set of environment criteria is planned to be completed for the fourth quarter of 2017. The first set of criteria that shall be developed will be within the light vehicle category. Other areas that can have sets of criteria developed are transport services (CPV code 60000000), waste transport (CPV code 90000000) and transport equipment (CPV code 34000000). Difi will manage the criteria development work itself, but there is a need for environmental assistance, assistance with lifecycle assessments and calculations, as well as assistance with implementing the process.

Most of the need for assistance from consultants for the first set of criteria will be in June, August, September and October. I.e. we expect a 30-50 % position in June and a 70-100 % position in August, September and October.

Option:

Assistance with the development of further sets of environment criteria within transport, e.g. transport services, waste transport and transport equipment, as mentioned in the assignment. Assistance can also be needed for the development of subject content for anskaffelser.no, possibly the production of a tool etc. for green procurements within transport.

Financial limit including the options:

NOK 500 000 excluding the options and NOK 1 500 000 including the options.

Background:

Difi would like to develop environment criteria that can be used for the procurement of buildings and services for buildings. The criteria are meant as a tool for public contracting authorities, so that they can easily set environment requirements and criteria in their procurements.

Surveys carried out by Difi show that environment criteria are rarely used in public buildings, sites and property (BAE) procurements. We are now carrying out a zero point analysis for BAE, which will form the basis for measuring further development.

The content of the assistance:

Difi will develop a set of environment criteria for buildings in 2017. Difi will manage the criteria development work itself, but there is a need for environment assistance in the field and assistance in implementing the process. Difi will manage the criteria development work itself, but there is a need for environment assistance, assistance with lifecycle assessments and calculations, as well as assistance in implementing the process.

Most of the need for assistance from consultants for the first set of criteria will be in June, August, September and October. I.e. we expect a 30-50 % position in June and a 70-100 % position in August, September and October.

Sets of criteria can be developed for the following areas:

— — Building and property management, operation and maintenance

Engineering design services for public buildings.

Execution of public buildings.

Option:

Assistance with the development of several sets of environment criteria within buildings, sites and property. Assistance with the development of other guidelines for green procurements within buildings, sites and property.

Financial limit including the options:

NOK 500 000 excluding the options and NOK 1 500 000 including the options.

Background:

Taking the environment into consideration often requires several assessments both as regards the supplier market and what shall be delivered. Experience shows that it can be challenging for contracting authorities to specify clear requirements that can be adhered to and criteria with appropriate weighting and communicate these unequivocally in the tender documentation, so that tenderers can prepare a tender that best suits the contracting authority's needs.

It can also be time-consuming for contracting authorities to evaluate the received tenders.

The content of the assistance:

Difi would like to develop mathematical models and related tools that can be used:

By contracting authorities when planning procurements, including tools such as sensitivity and cost/benefit calculations (e.g. what environmental gains can be expected and how much more or less money they would have to pay for x% reduction in CO2 emission).

By contracting authorities when they shall prepare tender documentation

By tenderers when they shall prepare optimum tenders

By contracting authorities when they shall compare received tenders, justify and document the result so that they can be added to the procurement protocol.

By management/control systems when they shall follow-up the use of environment requirements and criteria and their influence on the procurement choice.

By management/control systems in order to show what environment effect and gains they have achieved.

The set of tools shall support LCC's calculations as a part of the evaluation.

Difi requires assistance with the preparation of mathematical models and calculations, as well as the technical implementation of them. The technical implementation will be carried out by consultants in another contract as well as internal resources.

Competence is wanted in the use of standardised and structured information that can be sent and reused in other IT systems, such as contracting authorities' competition tools (KGV). We would like knowledge of/experience with technical and semantic inter-operability, preferably within the procurement area.

Most of the need for developing the tools will be in September, October and November. The start of the assistance will be 14 August. Good dialogue will be needed with the consultant(s) on which tools shall be developed. The assistance can be divided between several consultants in order to fulfil the competence requirements.

Option: Development of several mathematical models and related tools as described above.

Financial limit including the options:

NOK 500 000 excluding the options and NOK 1 000 000 including the options.

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