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The environment package for transport in Trondheim. Procurement of bus stop shelters for the super bus Invitation to a supplier dialogue

Statens vegvesen Region midt [The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Mid Norway Region] | Published November 12, 2016
The environment package for transport in Trondheim. Procurement of bus stop shelters for the super bus Invitation to a supplier dialogue.

Framework agreement for project administrative assistance for demolition and environment work for phasing out of properties, buildings and sites

Forsvarsbygg Anskaffelser | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency c/o Skifte eiendom, shall dispose of property that the Norwegian Defence does not need. The responsibility includes environmental clearance, demolition/securing buildings and sites, as well as facilitating for civil use so that the property can be returned to the landowner or disposed of.

The work assignments can be

— engineering design services for simple demolition work of one or several free-standing buildings

— engineering design services for the demolition of several buildings in active military camps

— engineering design services for the demolition of several buildings in several different locations

— engineering design services for securing work

— engineering design services for simple environmental clearance assignments

— engineering design services for large and complex environmental clearance assignments

— engineering design services for both demolition/securing and environmental clearance assignments

A considerable part of the assignment portfolio will be environmental clearance on shooting ranges.

In addition to the main portfolio of EBA from the Norwegian Defence, the chosen tenderer must be available for other public customers that Skifte eiendom has a contract with.

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency envisages a parallel framework agreement with three tenderers.

The estimated turnover over 4 years is between 20 000 000 NOK and 30 000 000 NOK, excluding VAT. Emphasis is put on the fact that this is a rough estimate and the volume can be significantly changed.

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency has other framework agreements for mapping ground pollution, mapping hazardous waste in buildings and construction management. This will not, therefore, be included in the framework agreement.

The consultants must fulfil at least 1 of the following requirements:

— Education at Masters level and at least 3 years experience with engineering design services.

— At least 10 years engineering design experience.

The tender documentation will not permit sub-tenders.

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/62708262.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

Environment package for transport in Trondheim. Acquisition of shelters for super bus. Invitation to supplier dialogue

Statens vegvesen Region midt | Published November 10, 2016
Environment package for transport in Trondheim. Acquisition of shelters for super bus. Invitation to supplier dialogue.

Retildekking and erosion control in Harstad Port (ENVIRONMENT)

Harstad kommune | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016

Covering teams outside the express boat pier in Harstad harbor is gone due to propeller erosion and must be rectified. The size of the area to be retildekkes and erosion secured is estimated at 1200m2. Covering Team thickness should be at 30cm. In the area there are a lot of boat traffic and currents from watercraft, and it is therefore a need for good erosion control.

We ask a quote for cover with clean soil and erosion control of 1200m2. The mission praised finally based on actual capping needs.

Monitoring environmental toxins in urban animals

Miljødirektoratet (The Norwegian Environment Agency) | Published October 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016

Environmental toxins in urban animals shall measure the levels of environmental toxins in land dwelling animals and the degree of bioaccumulation/biomagnification. This shall be used to assess to what degree animals are exposed to environmental toxins and the potential effects that these can create. The objective of the programme is to procure information that The Norwegian Environment Agency can use in the regulation of new environmental toxins. In the work involved in regulating new environmental toxins, The Norwegian Environment Agency has had particular focus on poisonous materials that have a longevity in the environment, that become concentrated in organisms and spread over large geographical distances. Traditionally, the environmental monitoring has occurred in more untouched areas, but to gain better knowledge of how our consumption and environmental toxins in products affect the environment around us, The Norwegian Environment Agency is currently also executing environmental monitoring in town and urban areas. In order to get break-throughs for new regulations against environmentally damaging materials, knowledge about how the materials become concentrated in animals and the land is important, particularly since we current have most knowledge about how the materials behave in marine animals. The programme ‘Environmental Toxins in Urban Animals’ shall therefore particularly assist with data on how materials become concentrated via the food chain (biomagnification), but shall also provide information about what levels of environmental toxins animals that live in the urban area are exposed to and whether the environmental toxins that the animals have in their bodies on a whole represent a danger, either for the animals themselves or for other animals that eat them.

Parallel framework agreements for consultancy services architect (ARK/ IARK)

Kongsberg kommunale eiendom KF | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016

Kongsberg kommunale eiendom KF shall procure consultancy services for ARK/IARK. Kongsberg kommunale eiendom KF is a large property developer with responsibility for approx. 120 000 km of buildings. The project portfolio is varied and consists of both large and small projects, new buildings or renovation assignments of varying extent. The number and extent will depend on the approved investment budget.

The actual projects will cover new buildings, building development and maintenance of existing buildings. The assignments are challenging and multifaceted in a interactive environment that will draw in schools, nurseries, sports/culture and the local environment. Separate review assignments can also be expected.

The extent of the consultancy assignments will depend on the execution model. KKE has decided that, as a rule, the turnkey contract model shall be used in its new building projects. The consultant's role will be clearly defined in each call-off on the framework agreement.

Evaluation of ‘Kompetanseløft 2020’ [Competence Lift 2020] (K2020)

Helsedirektoratet | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 2, 2017

The Directorate of Health would like to enter into a contract with a professional environment that can carry out a follow-up evaluation of the Competence Lift 2020 (K2020). K2020 is the government's new plan for recruitment, raising competence and professional development in the health and welfare services in municipalities in the period 2016 — 2020. The expected grant in 2017 is 1 200 000 NOK. The limit could, however, be increased. The annual grant for the evaluation is expected to be the same as for 2017 for the entire K2020 period.

Ecosystem monitoring in coastal waters (ØKOKYST)(ECOCOAST)

Miljødirektoratet [The Norwegian Environment Agency] | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016

The ‘Ecosystem Monitoring Programme in Coastal Water — ØKOKYST’ is intended to monitor and survey the state of the environment in selected areas along the Norwegian coast. The monitoring shall to provide knowledge of important ecosystems and species, and capture adverse effects of nutrients and particles at an early stage. The ØKOKYST Project shall cover the requirement for the national basic monitoring in accordance with the Norwegian Water Regulations. Parts of the ØKOKYST Project shall also capture the climate change impacts on the ecosystems.

Framework agreement engineering design services

Oslo kommune Boligbygg Oslo KF [Oslo municipality, the Municipal Undertaking for Social Housing] | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

Boligbygg Oslo KF needs framework agreements for engineering design services. The assignments will include all the necessary disciplines required to prepare a complete preliminary project with calculations, tender documentation for a turnkey and execution contract, detailed engineering design services, applications/basic material for all the relevant public authorities, as well as being a coordinator for safety, health and working environment questions in the engineering design phase, in accordance with the builder regulations. This will be for building and construction projects, such as wet room renovations, facade renovations, fire protection measures, re-roofing, new buildings, renovations, welfare+.

Tenderers must be able to offer all disciplines: engineering design group manager, coordinator for engineering design services, architect, interior architect, landscape architect, responsible applicant, consultant engineer for building techniques, HVAC and climate techniques, electro techniques, fire safety, geotechnics and engineering geology, water and sewage techniques, acoustics, antiquarian conditions, environment and consultant integrated technical building installations, BIM-coordinator, DAK-operator and secretary, either internally or with the use of sub-suppliers.

IT operations, applications development and management

Konsentra AS | Published November 2, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

Konsentra AS wants to enter into agreement with a supplier of IT operations, applications development and management.

IT operations:

The operational service agreement will consist of operation of application servers, database servers, terminal servers, laptop and desktop PCs as well as standard software. The entire environment is Windows based, with the exception of a Linux web server. All servers will initially be virtual and delivered by the the Tenderer, preferably with included licences for OS etc., where possible. The Contracting Authority has no desire to control in detail how the IT operational environment is constructed, but instead wants to purchase this as a service with associated SLA.

Applications development and management.

The applications portfolio consists primarily of standard office support applications. The specialist application Trapeze Pass, Avaya softphone and six individually developed applications are also included. These six applications will be part of the applications management agreement, but Trapeze will have applications management responsibility for Pass. With little internal IT department, the Contracting Authority wants to avoid vulnerabilities in regard to personnel dependencies linked to self-developed applications, and there needs a supplier who can take responsibility for application management and assist with both further development of the existing applications as well as development and design of new applications. The applications to be included in the agreement are developed in HTML5, JavaScript, PHP and C# .NET.

Consultant Group for the preparation of the preliminary study for New Water Supply

Oslo kommune, Vann og Avløpsetaten (VAV) (Oslo municipality, The Agency for Water and Sewage Works) | Published October 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016

The objective of the procurement is to establish a competent consultant group for the preparation of the preliminary study for the new water supply from Holsfjorden and assistance in connection with the development plant for this initiative. KVU for this initiative is now in quality assurance.

A preliminary study shall be prepared with a management document in accordance with the investment regime of Oslo kommune. Technical preliminary study will comprise:

— Intake and pumping station at Holsfjorden.

— Transfer tunnel from Vefsrud (Holsfjorden) to Oslo's municipal border or Oset.

— New water treatment plant with daily capacity of approx. 390 000 m³/24 hour period.

— Transfer of clean water in Oslo from the new water treatment plant to the central connection point in the city.

— Potential transfer tunnel for raw water between the west water treatment plant and Oset. Transfer of raw water both directions.

— Cost calculations for a combined project.

VAV also needs assistance in connection with the preparation of development plans with impact assessments for a combined project. 3 municipalities shall co-ordinate in connection with the development plan work, the County Governor and The Ministry of Climate and Environment will be involved with planning of initiatives at Marka.

NB: Subject to the Public Administration Department for Environment and Transport ordering the preliminary study.

The procurement of a material processing machine

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) [Romerike Waste Processing Company] | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016

ROAF shall procure one brand-new material processing machine in accordance with the description in annex 1: ‘Kravspesifikasjon’ (‘Requirement specification’), including 6 years/8 000 operational hours complete service agreement and annual approval. The machine shall be used for moving and/or sorting mixed waste fractions. The machine shall mainly be used out-door, i.a. at disposal sites The machine will be operated in an area with a high noise and dust level, and solutions that provide good HSE quality, especially dust and noise protection are therefore emphasised. Beyond this, all characteristics of significance for the work environment, safety, stability, light, work range and maintenance will be considered.

The purchase of control engineer services for the National Road 80 Hunstadmoen — Bodøelv

Statens vegvesen Region nord [The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Region North] | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

Bypakke Bodø is a cooperation project between Bodø municipality, Nordland county and the Norwegian Public Roads Administration and it consists of more than 100 sub projects within roads, footpaths, cycle paths, public transport, traffic safety and the environment. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration Region North, the project department, is responsible for developing sub projects on national and county roads. National Road 80 Hunstadmoen — Thallekrysset is the largest sub project in Bypakke Bodø. The sub project will be developed through two contracts: The National Road 80 Hunstadmoen — Bodøelv (road and tunnel), and the National Road 80 Bodøelv — Thallekrysset (open air road) In this competition we would like tenders for a control engineer for following up the contract National Road 80 Hunstadmoen — Bodøelv. Tenders are wanted for a 1-year period, with an option for 2 x 6 months extension.

16/17542 Procurement of framework agreement for the purchase of periodical cleaning

Hedmark Fylkeskommune [Hedmark County] | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017

Daily cleaning is currently executed by the Contracting Authority's own cleaning personnel. The Contracting Authority wants tender offers on cleaning that is supplementary to the daily cleaning. The Contracting Authority amongst other things, need internal and external window washing, with or without Venetian blinds, as well as some spring cleaning (house washing). There may also be other types of periodical cleaning, for example washing of facades, polishing, waxing etc. This will be ordered by the individual businesses as needed.

The objective of this work is to take care of the surfaces, keep the premises visually appealing, satisfactorily hygienic and ensure a good internal environment.

It will be necessary for service providers to attend a site inspection before tender offers are submitted.

The framework agreement does not include hire of temporary staff services.

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/62774086.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

An AV system for a Sport Psychology Laboratory

Norges idrettshøgskole, henceforth referred to as NIH (The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences) | Published October 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016

NIH shall through this procurement enter into two (2) agreements with one (1) service provider:

1. An agreement for the purchase, delivery and installation of an AV system for a Sport Psychology Laboratory.

2. A 24 month development, support and maintenance agreement for the delivered system. Option for further 12 + 12 months extension of the agreement and in accordance with the terms stated in the first part of the agreement.

The objective of the procurement is to establish a sport psychological laboratory. It is critical for the research that a realistic environment is created which can emulate feelings of practising real sport activities. The initial focus for the laboratory is the establishment of a high quality monitor system with an integrated surround system and the operation thereof Other elements will be installed continuously after the monitor is in place, but the Contracting Authority also requests camera systems as an option in tender contest.

The delivery of a camera/video system. A clear and defined goal is the establishment and development of a laboratory that is unique among the existing laboratories and the laboratory shall offer world leading solutions. The contracting authority expects that it is impossible to reach this goal without a close co-operation between the suppliers and the users of the laboratory.

The objective of the support and maintenance agreement is to ensure stable and reliable operations of the system during the expected practical operating time.

2016/1324 Digital slide scanner for microscopy

Havforskningsinstituttet [The Norwegian Institute of Marine Research] | Published October 26, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

The Norwegian Institute of Marine Research, c/o the Microscopy Laboratory, shall procure a digital slide scanner for microscopy. The slide scanner shall be used in a research environment with many different assignments. Therefore the requirements for flexibility, user friendliness and quality will mean more than possibilities for a high production volume. Furthermore, it is important that the pictures shall easily be able to be divided between research groups at home and abroad without the recipient needing to invest in new software or making other comprehensive adaptations.

The following options can be relevant: Service contract after the guarantee period, picture database and a fluorosence-module. We would therefore like tenderers to include this in their tender.

Due to the budgeting for 2016, the tenderer who is chosen will need to sign the contract with the contracting authority by 23.12.2016.

The contracting authority would like tenderers to upload examples of digitalised slides to be sent to the contracting authority. The digitalised slides shall be made with the offered system, or with a system giving the same quality. Tenderers can also document the scanner's picture quality by asking the contracting authority to send test slides. The digitalised slides shall be delivered in the standard file format for the scanner.

Tenderers must contact the contracting authority by 11.11.2016 at 24:00, in order to get a set of test slides sent. Tenderers are to use the communication module in Mercell in order to be sent test slides and/or information on submission. Tenderers must state their postal address in order to get the test slides sent. The digitalised slides are to be sent to a separate uploading area that will be made available for tenderers. Tenderers are to mark the test slides/example of a digitalised slide from the tenderer with the name and reference number 2016/1324.

See the competition information in Mercell for further information.

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/61947841.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

Licence management and procurement of Microsoft licences

Nittedal kommune (Nittedal municipality) | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 27, 2016

Nittedal municipality c/o the ICT unit, (hereafter called the contracting authority), invites tenderers to an open tender contest for the procurement of licence management (LSP) of Microsoft licences, as well as the procurement of licences. A LSP, Licensing Solution Partner, is a dealer of Microsoft products who is qualified by Microsoft for licences and licence management. The current LSP contract and the procurement of Microsoft licences expires 31.01.17 (enterprise contract). The school contract expires 28.02.17. Both contracts shall be replaced and are included in the procurement.

Nittedal municipality runs a Citrix thin client environment with MS-Office as the standard office suite platform for all users except the schools. Teachers and pupils use half thin Linux machines with Libre Office. Those who use laptop equipment must log on to Citrix home office to access internal resources. Laptop equipment is not registered in the domains.

We have two zones: Admin zone and secure zone, where users are logged on. These zones shall be separate. Several of the servers in the different DMZs are not included in the domain for security reasons.

We carried out a ‘friendly audit’ from Microsoft via KPMG in June 2016. We have also started a preliminary project that shall give us input for a correct future contract.

Nittedal municipality is considering entering into ICT cooperation with other municipalities in the near future.

The management of licences consists of procuring licences, advice on the correct/best licensing, consultancy services, assistance with revisions, contract management and preparation of licence accounts.

Further information on the procurement's purpose and extent is in the Annex of SSA-K, annex 2.

Framework agreement for the purchase of internal audit services

NIBIO, Norsk institutt for bioøkonomi (The Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research) | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 19, 2016

1.1 Contracting Authority.

The Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO) was established 1.7.2015 from a merger between Bioforsk, the Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute (NILF) and the Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute

NIBIO is owned by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food as a management organ with special powers and its own board of directors. The main office is located in Ås, and the institute has several regional units nationwide.

NIBIO is a project organised entity with a comprehensive project portfolio and approx. 700 employees. There are also approx. 200 hourly contracts, temporary positions and engagements, field workers and guest researchers and students.

The institute shall provide research, management support and knowledge that can be used in national contingency, public management, industry and commerce and society in general. NIBIO's contracting authorities, customers and projects fall into several categories:

Research projects awarded, authorised and financed through The Research Council of Norway [Norges Forskningsråd].

Research projects awarded, authorised and financed through The Ministry of Agriculture and Food [Landbruks- og matdepartementet].

Research projects awarded and financed through application to other public organs domestically and abroad — including different EU programmes.

Research assignments won through participation in public tender competitions (typical contracting authorities will be county governors, counties and municipalities).

Research assignments ordered by private businesses, foundations and organisations.,

NIBIO is a strongly project oriented business, with associated high requirements of good resource planning, control and reporting.

1.2 Description of the procurement.

NIBIO's board has decided to establish an internal audit by outsourcing of the service. NIBIO shall enter into a framework agreement with one tenderers for the delivery of services in internal control, internal audit and IT audit.

The framework agreement shall assist in NIBIO achieving their goal of sufficient and appropriate internal control and effective management of considerable risk. The internal audit shall assist the organisation achieving their objective by utilising a systematic and structured method of evaluation and improving the efficiency of organisation processes, for risk management, control and business management. The internal audit shall promote and protect the organisation's values by giving risk based and objective attestation, advice and insight.

The cooperation with the selected tenderer shall assist in ensuring that NIBIO's work with internal control, internal audit and IT audit is carried out in accordance with the law and regulations, best practice and applicable standards for internal audit and the at any given time applicable regulations. Furthermore, the cooperation shall provide access to external competence and a larger professional environment.

It is presumed that the selected collaborating partner can assist NIBIO with verification audits and consultancy assignments as needed and as ordered by the Contracting Authority based on risk assessments. Internal audit verification assignments can include all types of areas related to business management, risk management and internal control.

NIBIO intends that the agreement shall also assist in competence development in NIBIO by the tenderer facilitating the exchange of experience through their own service deliveries.

Research projects awarded and financed through application to other public organs domestically and abroad — including different EU programmes.

Research assignments won through participation in public tender competitions (typical contracting authorities will be county governors, counties and municipalities).

Research assignments ordered by private businesses, foundations and organisations.

NIBIO is a strongly project oriented business, with associated high requirements of good resource planning, control and reporting.

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://my.mercell.com/permalink/62605373.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

Framework agreement for consultancy services for buildings and property

Oppland fylkeskommune [Oppland County] | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 20, 2016

Oppland county, Gausdal and Lillehammer municipalities have a formal cooperation within property management — called EIOFF. The EIOFF cooperation is managed by a separate board.

Lillehammer, Gausdal, Øyer, Ringebu and Nord-Fron municipalities are in a procurement cooperation with Oppland county — INNOFF. The cooperation means that several tender competitions, like this one, can be held on behalf of several municipalities.

Oppland county, Property, hereafter called the contracting authority, invites tenderers to an open tender competition for the procurement of consultancy services within buildings and property for Lillehammer, Gausdal, Øyer, Nord-Fron, Ringebu municipalities and Oppland county.

Objective and scope.

The municipalities annually procure a varying extent of consultant/advice services within buildings and property. The contracting authority's intention is to enter into 3 parallel framework agreements per field for the provision of:

Consultancy services for Oppland county, Lillehammer, Øyer, Gausdal, Ringebu and Nord-Fron municipalities.

The above mentioned parties will henceforth be called the municipalities.

The purpose of entering into framework agreements for engineering design services is to ensure sufficient capacity and good competence at all times. The municipalities would like to use the framework agreements to join up with personnel who can quickly be obtained when needed.

The contracting authority requires that the provided services shall always be implemented in accordance with the current laws, regulations and other administration requirements, and as a minimum, be implemented in accordance with the requirements for competence, precision and professional competence that is usual in the sector.

The assignment will last for two — 2 - years from 1.3.2017, with an option for an extension for 1+1 year.

If possible, three parallel framework agreements shall be signed per field for each of the municipalities.

Contracts shall be signed for the following fields:

— Architectural services

— Landscape architect services

— Interior architect services

— Consultant engineering services, construction techniques

— Consultant engineering services, electro techniques

— Consulting engineering services, HVAC techniques

— Consultant engineering services, climate, energy and environment

— Consultant engineering services, fire safety

— Consultant engineering services, acoustics

— Consultant engineer geo engineering

— Construction management/builder ombudsman

— ITB-manager/ITB-ombudsman,

— Planning work

— SHE-Coordinator

— Independent inspection of engineering design services, architect

— Independent inspection of engineering design services and execution, RIB,

— Independent inspection of engineering design services and execution, RIE,

— Independent inspection of engineering design services and execution, RIV,

— Independent inspection of engineering design services and execution, KEM,

— Independent inspection of engineering design services, fire safety

— Independent inspection of engineering design services and execution, geo engineering.

The contract period

The contract period for the framework agreement is from 1.3.2017 to 28.2.2019, with an option for an extension for 1+1 year.

massage service

Hias IKS | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

Hias IKS and Circulate IKS has for several years offered massages to their employees as a social benefit. The purpose of the service is to reduce fatigue and other health problems, and is part of the work with the working environment including reducing absenteeism.