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EEA 017-2017 Framework agreement on environment geological services

Bergen Kommune | Published February 14, 2017
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The client wants cheap environmental geological surveys and assessments. The agreement includes assistance with conditions both in seawater, freshwater and on land.

Environmental monitoring other than for construction

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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90711500, 73000000, 90710000

Compared with other European countries, Norway has a broad and versatile range of relatively intact hydrometric areas. The extent of the activities that influences the hydrometric areas has however increased. Physical interventions, pollution from agriculture, built-up areas or industry are examples of such activities. The climatic changes are also influencing the Norwegian rivers. The Administrative Authority in Norway aims at having a good aquatic environment. This must be documented by surveillance. The Environmental Protection Authorities also requires comprehensive knowledge about processes related to nutritive substances and environmental poisons in Norwegian rivers, in order to assess how the rivers influence the Norwegian coastal areas, and if measures must be implemented for achieving the goal for a healthy aquatic environment.

The procurement is for sample taking, chemical and biological analyses in Norwegian rivers.

Refuse transport services

Odda kommune | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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90512000, 90000000, 90500000, 90510000

Odda municipality, c/o the Water, Sewage and Sanitation Service, invite tenderers to an open tender contest for the transport and treatment of the municipality's household waste and most of the commercial waste.

3 year contract period with an option for the municipality for a 1.5 year extension. The contract will be valid from 1.6.2017.

The contest is divided up into 4 different sub-assignments, which the municipality will sign separate contracts for. Tenderers may submit tenders for 1 or more sub-assignments.

Transport from Lindenes Environment Station in Odda to a treatment facility and the treatment of residue waste and paper from households and businesses.

Transport from Lindenes Environment Station in Odda to a treatment facility and the treatment of: Glass and metal packaging, garden and park waste, wood (mixed, non-pressure-impregnated wood), iron and metal, impregnated wood, asbestos/asbestos cement and residue waste, bulky waste.

Hire of the necessary containers for the collection and transport of the following fractions at/from Lindenes Environment Station: Wood, iron and metal, residue waste.

Other transport of containers with hook lift vehicles with trailers.

Transport from Lindenes Environment Station in Odda to a treatment facility and the treatment of food waste.

Hire of the necessary container(s) for the collection and transport of food waste at/from Lindenes Environment Station.

Transport from Lindenes Environment Station in Odda to a treatment facility and the treatment of hazardous waste.

Hire of the necessary container(s) for the collection and transport of hazardous waste at/from Lindenes Environment Station.

Environmental monitoring other than for construction

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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90711500, 73000000, 90710000

Physical disturbance, pollution from agriculture, settlement or industry may affect water quality in our rivers. Management in Norway aims to have a good water environment. Environmental monitoring is required to monitor the water quality and on obtaining information on measures necessary to achieve the goal of good water quality.

The acquisition includes sampling, chemical and biological analyses in Norwegian rivers.

Furniture

Bærum kommune | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 23, 2017
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39100000, 39160000, 39130000, 39110000, 39120000

The procurement comprises 4 sub-contracts for the following furniture groups for Gamle Stabekk school:

— Teaching furniture;

— Office furniture;

— Environment furniture;

— Special room equipment.

Each sub-contract involves the complete delivery and assembly of the equipment for the school in the period 19.6.2017 - 30.6.2017.

The sub-contract is for various teaching furniture.

The sub-contract is for various office furniture.

The sub-contract is for various environment furniture.

The sub-contract is for various special equipment/special furniture.

Environmental monitoring other than for construction

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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90711500, 73000000, 90710000

Monitoring environmental toxins in fresh water is a part of the Norwegian authorities' basic monitoring of the environmental condition of water. The intention of the programme is to document the occurrence, levels and accumulation of environmental toxins in Norwegian lakes, as well as to contribute to classifying lakes in accordance with the Water Directive.

The assignment involves sample taking, chemical analyses and reporting.

The intention of the programme is to get information on the occurrence and fate of environmental toxins in the Norwegian fresh water eco-system. The programme involves sample taking and the analysis of samples from different levels in the food chain (abiotic samples, plankton and fish) in a chosen large lake. Environmental toxin levels will also be measured in top predators in a reference lake for comparison. The data acquisition shall provide the basis for assessing the danger to health and the environment and for identifying the requirements for regulating chemicals nationally and/or internationally.

The intention of the sub-programme is to provide information on the occurrence and level of the EU's prioritised environmental toxins in fresh water fish, for classifying the chemical state in accordance with the water regulations. The programme includes the analysis of samples that have been obtained for other activities on behalf of the Norwegian Environment Agency.

Evaluation consultancy services

Oslo kommune v/ Byrådsavdeling for miljø og samferdsel | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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79419000, 79342310

Car Free City Life is a project established by the City Council to create a better urban environment and increase city life within Ring 1. The objective of the procurement is to procure assistance in the preparation of a detailed evaluation scheme, carry out surveys and measurements, as well as prepare a comprehensive analysis for the project Car Free City Life.

The objective of the procurement is to procure assistance in the preparation of a detailed evaluation scheme, carry out surveys and measurements, as well as prepare a comprehensive analysis for the project Car Free City Life.

Educational software package

Akershus fylkeskommune, Innkjøpsstaben | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017
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48190000, 72212190

The Contracting Authority shall enter into a service agreement with a supplier who has a competence professional and supplier environment in the area of ‘e-learning’. The aim is that the Contracting Authority shall be in a position to offer e-learning services to external and internal users in an effective, user-friendly and secure manner.

The agreement shall be signed with 1 tenderer who can deliver an e-learning system and relevant professional assistance in accordance with SSA-K Annex 1, the customer's Requirement Specifications.

Environmental management

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 27, 2017
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90710000, 72313000, 72314000, 72316000, 79311200, 79311300

It has been politically decided that all national parks in Norway shall prepare a visitors strategy by the end of 2020 in order to improve the management of the protection areas, both as regards protection values and visitors. Information on the use of the protection area makes up an important part of the professional basis for the visitors strategy. User surveys will therefore be carried out in some of the protection areas in order to get information on how people use the area, where they go, what activities they do and to what degree they would like facilitation. The Norwegian Environment Agency would like to enter into a framework agreement with up to 2 tenderers, with each call-off consisting of an assignment with one user survey. The aim of the procurement is to get analysed data from each call-off on the framework agreement, which is obtained from user surveys in a protected area, or possibly several nearby protection areas. The common denominator is that they will be collected together under the same local management authority.

It has been politically decided that all national parks in Norway shall prepare a visitors strategy by the end of 2020 in order to improve the management of the protection areas, both as regards protection values and visitors. Information on the use of the protection area makes up an important part of the professional basis for the visitors strategy. User surveys will therefore be carried out in some of the protection areas in order to get information on how people use the area, where they go, what activities they do and to what degree they would like facilitation. The Norwegian Environment Agency would like to enter into a framework agreement with up to 2 tenderers, with each call-off consisting of an assignment with 1 user survey. The aim of the procurement is to get analysed data from each call-off on the framework agreement, which is obtained from user surveys in a protected area, or possibly several nearby protection areas. The common denominator is that they will be collected together under the same local management authority. The results of the data analysis shall be presented to the customer — who is the management authority for the protection area — in the form of a report.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Riksantikvaren | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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73000000, 90711000, 90711300, 90711400, 90711500

Riksantikvaren would like to start a long term project of environment monitoring the effects and consequences of climate changes on our oldest and most valuable buildings; buildings from the middle ages and buildings in Røros and at Bryggen in Bergen.

A periodical registration of selected buildings shall be carried out in order to monitor the effects and consequences of climate changes. Individual building parts and areas of buildings shall be monitored in order to document any changes. The registrations shall concentrate on building parts where any damage can be reasonably attributed to climate changes and the monitoring shall be on the old parts of the buildings.

Riksantikvaren would like to start a long term project of environment monitoring the effects and consequences of climate changes on our oldest and most valuable buildings. Such monitoring will give us a basis for better management of both these very valuable buildings and other traditionally built buildings.

A periodical registration of selected buildings shall be carried out in order to monitor the effects and consequences of climate changes. Individual building parts and areas of buildings shall be monitored in order to document any changes. The registrations shall concentrate on building parts where any damage can be reasonably attributed to climate changes and the monitoring shall be on the old parts of the buildings.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Oslo kommune v/ Boligbygg Oslo KF | Published February 4, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017
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71000000, 71310000, 71320000

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+.

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.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
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73000000, 90710000, 90711500

The Norwegian Environment Agency shall have an overview of the environmental condition and development, assess the significance of emissions from various sources, and, in co-operation with other knowledge environments, develop and communicate environmental knowledge. The objective of this environmental monitoring programme is to contribute to assessment of the generation goal for selected, prioritised environmental poisons is achieved This shall be implemented by: monitoring the levels and exposure of selected environmental positions in biota along the Norwegian coast. — assessing the bioaccumulation of prioritised environmental poisons in biota near the coast — assessing if the implemented measures for the environmental poisons have had the requested effect — making assessment if further measures for environmental poisons need to be implemented — describing risk of environmental poisons in biota near the coast — covering the obligatory international monitoring requirements and reporting obligations. The Programme shall also contribute to compliance with monitoring requirements in accordance with the Water Framework Directive. For a comprehensive description of the delivery refer to Annex B, the Scope of the Services.

Piloted aircraft

Forsvarsbygg | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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34711300

The Norwegian Defence Estates Agency is responsible for carrying out the environment project Hjerkinn PRO, which consists of returning Hjerkinn shooting range to a protected area and national park on Dovrefjell. The project is now in its last phase, as the project has been ongoing since 2006. There is an immediate need to establish a new framework agreement with a civil helicopter company, which shall primarily support the mine clearance project with reconnaissance from the air and the transport of clearing crews.

The helicopter shall assist Hjerkinn PRO for an estimated 7 weeks in 2017. Weeks 25, 26, 27, 33, 34, 36 and 38, the work hours, which will consist of both the flight time and stand-by time, will be approx. 56.5 hours per week. Option for equivalent call-offs for 5 to 8 weeks per annum in 2018-2020.

Cleaning and sanitation services

Halden Kommune | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017
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90900000, 90910000, 90911000, 90919000

Halden municipality (hereafter called the contracting authority) would like total tenders for cleaning services for municipal buildings.

The contracting authority is Halden municipality. Halden municipality has outsourced its cleaning since 2004 — apart from cleaning in health institutions. We are now inviting tenderers to a competition for the fourth time for the assignment — however it is now split into 2 competitions.

Halden municipality has, based on the total floor area, a total of approx. 70 000 m2 that will be included in the assignment for regular cleaning. The total number of employees in Halden municipality is currently approx. 1 700 man-labour years, with approx. 2 300 employees and approx. 2 400 000 000 NOK in annual turnover.

Halden municipality has 8 primary schools, 3 secondary schools, 6 nurseries, as well as a number of large office premises and a school or the arts around the town hall block in the town centre plus approx. 20 other premises that require cleaning that are more spread in and around the town centre.

The current annual cost for this outsourced cleaning is approx. 12 000 000 NOK excluding VAT.

The contracting authority shall enter into 2 parallel, equal cleaning services contracts for Cleaning Area A and Cleaning Area B, with preferably two different tenderers.

Out of consideration to local competition, including consideration to the recruitment of cleaners and our experience of operations and security of supplies, the municipality has now chosen to split the assignment into 2 approx. equally large equal parts — with an almost identical division of the type of cleaning objects and the number of squared metres of floor area.

The contracts shall be signed for 3 years with an unilateral option for the contracting authority to extend the contract for 1+1 year.

The competition's purpose: To ensure that Halden municipality, in accordance with the current laws and regulations, achieves cost efficient and rational procurements of cleaning services that, qualitatively, shall be good enough to fulfil the general health and environment requirements for our users, employees and visitors, as well as taking care of and maintaining the quality of our buildings and rented premises. Also take the tenderer's employees' working conditions and working environment into consideration.

Analysis services

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 7, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
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71620000, 71621000, 71900000

The Norwegian Environment Agency would like a framework agreement with a tenderer for analyses of hazardous substances in products. The framework agreement will include analyses of substances that are banned/regulated in Norwegian legislation, as well as mapping non-regulated substances that are relevant for the regulation work. The relevant rules are the product regulations (including RoHS and POPs), REACH annex XVII, the regulations on toys (including standards), as well as substances on the candidate list and the Norwegian priority list.

The analyses will mainly be carried out on solid processed products, where the materials can be different textiles, leather, metals, plastic and rubber.

The contract extent will be approx. 2-5 analysis projects per annum, there can be a need for different analyses in each project. 1 project can, for example, consist of 50-100 samples, with each sample being analysed for 1 or several substances or substance groups. In addition to the projects, there will be a need for continual individual analyses.

The Norwegian Environment Agency would like a framework agreement with a tenderer for analyses of hazardous substances in products. The framework agreement will include analyses of substances that are banned/regulated in Norwegian legislation, as well as mapping non-regulated substances that are relevant for the regulation work. The relevant rules are the product regulations (including RoHS and POPs), REACH annex XVII, the regulations on toys (including standards), as well as substances on the candidate list and the Norwegian priority list.

The analyses will mainly be carried out on solid processed products that are included in the rules (toys, sports and leisure products, jewellery, EE products etc., the materials can be different textiles, leather, metals, plastic and rubber.

The contract extent will be approx. 2-5 analysis projects per annum, there can be a need for different analyses in each project. 1 project can, for example, consist of 50-100 samples, with each sample being analysed for 1 or several substances or substance groups. In addition to the projects, there will be a need for continual individual analyses.

Geotechnical engineering services

Norges Vassdrags- og Energidirektorat (NVE) | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
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71332000

NVE would like to strengthen the capacity by hiring in two geotechnical engineers from the private sector, who shall sit in NVE's professional environment at NVE's regional offices in either Trondheim or Tønsberg. The hired geotechnical engineers shall come under NVE's professional management. NVE currently has two geotechnical engineers in Trondheim and one in Tønsberg. There is also a position at NVE's main office in Oslo, which is currently empty. The work area will be nationwide.

NVE has major assignments within mapping landslide dangers in quick clay areas and preventive assignments to reduce the danger of landslides.

NVE would like to strengthen the capacity by hiring in 2 geotechnical engineers from the private sector, who shall sit in NVE's professional environment at NVE's regional offices in either Trondheim or Tønsberg. The hired geotechnical engineers shall come under NVE's professional management. NVE currently has two geotechnical engineers in Trondheim and one in Tønsberg. There is also a position at NVE's main office in Oslo, which is currently empty. The work area will be nationwide.

The assignments will be project follow-up of reviews of quick clay zones, including the preparation of tenders, follow-up of ground surveys, geotechnical consultants and independent quality assurers. Other assignments will be updating quick clay zones on the internet, developing databases, calculating emission areas, professional assistance in NVE's securing projects in quick clay areas, professional assistance in crisis events, following-up messages of concern, assisting with area plan assessments etc.

Further details on the delivery are in Annex 1 — Requirement Specifications.

Medical equipments

Statsbygg Hovedkontor | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
cpvs
33100000

The Directorate of Public Construction and Property (henceforth also referred to as Statsbygg) requests, in connection with project:

No.: 1000605.

Name: Campus Ås, User Equipment.

About tenders for equipment units that are part of the Procurement group K901.07 SPECT.

The number of CTs is further described in the ‘Tender form’.

The equipment units in this competition will be placed in premises that belong to either The Norwegian Veterinary Institute or NMBU (The Norwegian University of Life Sciences). Consequently, the contracts will be handed over to these entities, with the relevant number of articles, for follow-up of conditions that will come into force after the equipment has been handed over to the Norwegian Veterinary Institute and NMBU respectively. This applies, amongst other things, to the tenderer's warranty obligations and/or follow-up of conditions related to claims.

A decision has been made that the veterinary training and the Norwegian Veterinary Institute shall move from Adamstuen in Oslo and be jointly located at NMBU in Ås as a result of the merger of the Veterinary University College and the University for the Environment and Life Sciences to Norwegian University of Life Sciences NMBU. The Ministry of Education has given Statsbygg the task of carrying out the construction project (SLP) and procure user equipment (BUT). This is organised as 2 projects, with 1 joint project executive director.

Construction work

Nittedal kommune | Published February 16, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Nittedal municipality, c/o the Sector for the Environment and Social Development, invites tenderers to an open dialogue for the municipality's plan to lay pipelines for sewage and a water pipeline i Nitelva on a stretch of approx. 6.2 km.

The aim of the market dialogue is to present Nittedal municipality's plans and prepare the market for the need. At the same time Nittedal municipality would like input from the market on how the market envisages that the needs can best be met.

The dialogue will be held as one-to-one meetings in which tenderers will have the opportunity to have a closer dialogue.

Nittedal municipality would like, through this cooperation, to establish a dialogue with the market early in the process in order to get good input for the further work on the procurement.

Nittedal municipality has plans to lay pipelines of 560 mm for sewage in Nitelva on a 6.2 km long stretch from Slattum treatment facility to Kjellerholen in Skedsmo municipality. Nedre Romerike vannverk (NRV) wants to lay a water pipeline of 630 mm from Slattum to Hvam, with Nittedal municipality as the builder for both installations.

Nittedal municipality and NRV are open to discuss innovative solutions that can give better and more efficient implementation of the initiative.

Signage

Kystverket | Published February 25, 2017  -  Deadline March 29, 2017
cpvs
34928470, 34928472, 44423400

The Norwegian Coastal Administration, hereafter called the contracting authority, invites tenderers to an open tender contest for the procurement of fairway signs.

The Norwegian Coastal Administration is the Ministry of Transport's department for sea transport, sea safety, ports and stand-by for acute pollution. The Norwegian Coastal Administration is actively working for efficient and safe sea transport by taking care of the transport business' need for accessibility and efficient ports. The Norwegian Coastal Administration prevents and limits the damaging effects of acute pollution and contributes to sustainable development of the coastal zone.

Description of contract

The Norwegian Coastal Administration needs a framework agreement for call-offs for fairway signs with the accompanying stands.

Description of contract

The Norwegian Coastal Administration needs a framework agreement for call-offs for fairway signs with the accompanying stands. The fairway signs are used for information or provisions on regulating the fairway along the Norwegian coast. The fairway signs with stands and hangers shall be of appropriate materials and designed in a way that tolerates what they are exposed to along the entire Norwegian coast, both as regards weather and wind and the salt and corrosive environment that the signs and stands are placed in.

Business analysis consultancy services

Ruter As | Published January 26, 2017  -  Deadline March 2, 2017
cpvs
72221000, 72224000

This framework agreement will be used for the procurement of management or support for projects of strategic importance for Ruter.

We envisage that the tenderer will mainly provide a project team who shall deliver on defined problems and targets, but individual persons could also be required.

This framework agreement will be used for the procurement of management or support for projects of strategic importance for Ruter.

We envisage that the tenderer will mainly provide a project team who shall deliver on defined problems and targets, but individual persons could also be required.

The following competence areas are included as examples, there could also be assignments within other areas, depending on the offered competence and future projects.

Project management or support for parts of Ruter's general strategic work, e.g. K2012 and M2016.

Project management and support for all or parts of Ruter's general business strategies (e.g. Ruter's environment strategy).

Evaluation of concrete strategic possibilities for Ruter and public transport.

Contribute to defining or realising Ruter's strategic change programme, e.g. the change from fossil fuel to fossil-free and renewable fuel.

Understand and translate important trends such as digitalisation, personification and sustainability into concrete possibilities for Ruter and public transport.

Contribute to the set-up and implementation of strategically important pilots.

Orders and the volume of the contract can swing from year to year, based on technological developments, political decisions etc., so our best current estimate is that the contract will be for 10-15 000 000 NOK per annum.