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Mapping of antibiotic resistance in wild species in the aquatic environment

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 4, 2017
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Environment Directorate has been commissioned by the Climate and Environment Ministry (KLD) to identify reservoirs of antibiotic resistance in Norwegian nature. Development of resistance to antibiotics is a rapidly growing problem in the world. Conduct a survey of the prevalence of bacteria resistance to clinically relevant antibiotics in wild species in Norway. The survey should include wild species in terrestrial and aquatic environment. It should obtain samples from areas of high human activity, but it is also desirable that the samples obtained from low human activity. Eventually occurring antibiotic may be assessed against any known exposure to antibiotics and heavy metals such as copper, zinc and cadmium.

Environment Package Project Nørrerø

Det frivillige skyttervesen | Published June 3, 2017
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Listing and canceling of belay building on fire equipment, associated Nøtterø shooting in Nøtterøy municipality.

Evaluation consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 18, 2017
cpvs
79419000, 73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 90710000, 90713000

The subsidy scheme ‘Klimasats’ is a national subsidy scheme for climate measures in Norwegian municipalities. The scheme was established in 2016. The scheme is administered by the Norwegian Environment Agency. The Norwegian Environment Agency requests tenders for the process evaluation of the subsidy scheme.

Framework agreement for the provision of services in management and leadership development, managerial support and assistance to the organization and work environment development

Tromsø Kommune | Published March 24, 2017
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Tromsø municipality wishes framework agreement for delivery of services in management and leadership development, managerial support and assistance to the organization and work environment development

Structural work environment station Myklebust Myrane

Søre Sunnmøre Reinhaldsverk IKS | Published October 4, 2017
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Structural work in conjunction with the construction of a new recycling center at Myklebust Myrane

Environment Package 2017 - Noise control Finnøy skytterlag

Det frivillige skyttervesen | Published June 3, 2017
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Listing and canceling of belay building on the shooting range, corresponding Finnøy shooting, in Finnøy municipality.

Structural work environment station Myklebust Myrane

Søre Sunnmøre Reinhaldsverk IKS | Published April 10, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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45210000

Structural works in connection with construction of a new recycling center Myklebust Myrane

Environmental issues consultancy services

Direktoratet for Forvaltning OG IKT | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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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.

Mapping of antibiotic resistance in wild species in the aquatic environment

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
cpvs
90710000

See the tender documents

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
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73000000, 33698100, 71620000, 71900000, 73111000, 73200000, 79311300, 85148000, 90710000

The Ministry of Climate and the Environment (KLD) has given the Norwegian Environment Agency the task of mapping reservoirs for antibiotic resistance in Norwegian nature. The development of resistance against antibiotics is a fast growing problem in the world. A mapping shall be carried out on the occurrence of bacteria that are resistant to relevant clinical antibiotics in wild species in Norway. The survey shall cover wild species in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Samples shall be obtained form areas with a high level of human activity, but we would also like samples to be obtained from areas with a low level of human activity. Any occurrence of antibiotic resistance shall be assessed against any known exposure to antibiotics and heavy metals, such as copper, zinc and cadmium.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
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73000000, 33698100, 71620000, 71900000, 73111000, 73200000, 79311300, 85148000, 90710000

The Ministry of Climate and the Environment (KLD) has given the Norwegian Environment Agency the task of mapping reservoirs for antibiotic resistance in Norwegian nature. The development of resistance against antibiotics is a fast growing problem in the world. A mapping shall be carried out on the occurrence of bacteria that are resistant to relevant clinical antibiotics in wild species in Norway. The survey shall cover wild species in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Samples shall be obtained form areas with a high level of human activity, but we would also like samples to be obtained from areas with a low level of human activity. Any occurrence of antibiotic resistance shall be assessed against any known exposure to antibiotics and heavy metals, such as copper, zinc and cadmium.

See the tender documentation.

Consultative engineering and construction services

Stavanger kommune | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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71310000, 71311000

The entire building, both the office part and the swimming pool, shall be renovated.

The state of the building means that a large amount of upgrades will be required. The building uses a lot of energy and it does not fulfil the current requirements for universal design. The aim is to increase functionality, reduce the energy and effect requirements for the building, as well as to see to universal design. All the technical installations and light constructions such as walls and ceilings, roofing and windows, shall be replaced.

SHA coordinator for execution (KU) in accordance with the Builder Regulations § 13 and the project's plan for safety, health, working environment and surrounding environment (SHA plan). KU shall use this function to take care of the assignments that the authorities and Stavanger municipality impose on the coordinator for execution (KU).

Construction-related services

Bærum kommune | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 19, 2017
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71500000, 71520000, 71530000, 71540000

This procurement is for a contract for the following roles in the project 501645 Levre school:

Builder ombudsman:

— Technical builder ombudsman,

— Safety, health and work environment coordinator, execution.

The Levre school project includes the demolition of an existing school and nursery and the construction of a new 4 parallel primary school with room for approx. 800 pupils. The project will be executed as a turnkey contract with interaction in the preliminary project phase and it is currently in the competition phase. The scheduled contract award for the contract is June 2017.

The procurement is for a contract for project follow-up in the Levre school project, including the following roles:

Builder ombudsman:

— Technical builder ombudsman,

— Safety, health and work environment coordinator, execution.

Data network support services

Oslo kommune Bystyrets sekretariat | Published March 11, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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72315100

The procurement comprises the operation of an ICT-platform which the contracting authority migrated to their own network during autumn 2014.

Some of the joint systems shall still be used for the Oslo municipality's network. The contract does not include systems in Oslo municipality's network. However, the new operation provider must assist with interaction for the contracting authority's entire operation environment.

See the tender documentation and requirement specifications.

Construction work

Nittedal kommune | Published March 24, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45214220, 45111000

Nittedal municipality invites to a restricted tender contest for a partnering contractor for the project ‘Nittedal comprehensive school; a partnering contract with solutions proposals’.

Nittedal comprehensive school shall be demolished and a new comprehensive school shall be constructed on the same site as the current school. The contract includes demolition and the construction for a new building.

The school shall have room for 550 pupils and shall be constructed with emphasis on energy saving, climate and indoor environment. The project shall be implemented as a partnering contract with solutions proposal.

Laboratory, optical and precision equipments (excl. glasses)

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

Research and development consultancy services

Norges forskningsråd | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
73200000

The Research Council of Norway, c/o the Division for Energy, Resources and the Environment (henceforth also referred to as ERM), invite tenderers to an open tender competition for a framework agreement for consultancy services for the ENERGIX programme. See the tender documentation for further information.

The assignment includes consultancy service in relation to operations of the ENERGIX programme and strategic processes. See further description thereof in annex 1.

The estimated annual contract value is up to 2 500 000 NOK excluding VAT. The total, estimated contract value during the entire 4 years contract period (c.f. point 1.6) is up to 10 000 000 NOK excluding VAT.

The scope of services will vary from month to month, dependent on the activity level in the ENERGIX programme. The estimated values are upper estimates and are not binding for the contracting authority. See the tender documentation.

Construction work

Universitetet i Bergen | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45214400, 45400000

The contracting authority hereby invites to a tender contest for the renovation of Årstadveien 21, Overlege Danielsens Hus. The gross area subject to renovation is approx. 2 500 m2 and the renovation shall result in a more contemporary business building.

The building shall be included in a knowledge group established for developing the research and education environment at the University of Bergen.

The renovation of Årstadveien 21, Overlege Danielsens Hus. This contract includes the demolition of external walls, internal demolition works and redevelopment, as well as building up modern office premises. The works are further described in the tender documentation.

The project shall be executed as a partnering contract in accordance with the ‘Cost plus pricing’ principle, based on NS 8407 (the turnkey contract standard). A contract shall be signed with one tenderer for the assignment.

Chemical products

Universitetet i Stavanger | Published April 22, 2017
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24000000, 38000000, 33790000

The University of Stavanger (henceforth referred to as UiS) wishes to enter into a framework agreement for the deliveries of chemicals, consumables and equipment for laboratories. The agreement period is four years including option for prolongations/options.

UiS is a member of the Initiative for Ethical Trade (IEH). This means that we are obliged to work for trade that advances human rights, employee rights, development and the environment.

It also means that we, in this specific procurement will consider using qualification requirements connected to ethical trade. (See the attached qualification requirements).

UiS would like to prepare tenderers and invites them to a supplier conference at the University 12.5.2017 (between 10:00 and 12:00). UiS will, during the tender conference, give an account of how the tenderers can work with complying the requirements. (See the attached invitation).

Reviews of the consequences of phasing out the use of peat in Norway

Miljødirektoratet | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
cpvs
90710000

Climate and Environment Ministry has asked the Environment Directorate to consequence consider a partial or complete phase-out of the use of peat in Norway. The impact assessment will highlight all relevant consequences for the environment, industry and private individuals. Environment Directorate shall also explain what replacement products available today, and consider whether there will be a need for the development of new substitute products, and how this will be done. In order to perform this assignment, Environment Directorate of the need for external assistance in obtaining information and assessments related to the current Teague, existing and future replacement products and materials, as well as the effects of the environment (climate, biodiversity and other environmental values), industry and private individuals by phasing out the use of peat in Norway. Environment Directorate will use data and the results of the subtasks to perform an economic analysis of the consequences of a partial or complete phase out the use of peat.