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Refuse transport services

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) | Published January 12, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017

The contracting authority annually receives approximately 2 200 tonnes of impregnated wood per annum, which is classified as hazardous waste. The contracting authority would like tenders for the transport and disposal of this type of wood, in accordance with the requirements described in Annex 1 ‘Requirement Specifications’. The procurement also includes creosote impregnated wood. The contracting authority currently receives impregnated wood at ROAF environment park (Skedsmo) and Aurskog-Høland recycling station. We reserve the right to change the location of the receiving sites during the contract period. ROAF (the Contracting Authority) will request that the tenderer has systems in place so that the services offered have the least possible negative impact on the external environment and that the laws and regulations on wages and working conditions are adhered to. The contracting authority needs proper transport and disposal of impregnated wood from the recycling facilities in Aurskog and Skedsmo to certified final treatment. The wood is crushed, but not milled at the recycling facilities.

Employee collaboration and management development

Stortingets Administrasjon [The Norwegian Parliament Administration] | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 13, 2017

The Administration of The Norwegian Parliament intends to sign parallel framework agreements in the discipline of Employee collaboration, management, interaction and organisation.

The strategy for The Norwegian Parliament's administration 2014-2018, the HR strategy 2015-2018, as well as ethical guidelines are the basis for the procurements. The objective of the framework agreement is to assist in adherence of the principle of the strategy ‘An attractive, competent organisation with a good working environment’.

For further information about the competition, refer to point 3 ‘About the Procurement’ of the tender documentation.

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/62240828.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

Procurement of digital communication tool for nursery school-home and school-home

Oslo kommune v/Utviklings- og kompetanseetaten [Oslo municipality, c/o the Development and Competence Agency] | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

The Contracting Authority aims to introduce a common digital communication tool suitable for nursery schools to assist in effective and safe communication between the nursery school-home.

The procurement concerns a developed system as a service (software-as-a-service), where the users are given access to use the system via the internet. The system is operation by a service provider in the service provider's own operational environment.

The communication platform is being procured for use in municipal nursery schools.

Optional options:

The procurement of a communication tool also includes optional options, see point II 2.1 and 2.2.

The tenderers may offer the optional options as part of the their tender offer. The optional options will not be evaluated, but price and quality of the offered system will determine if the individual option is triggered.

Cleaning services

Hedmark Fylkeskommune | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline January 27, 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.

Initiative orientated monitoring in the water area Mjøsa in 2017, with an option for a further 2 years (2017-01)

Vassdragsforbundet for Mjøsa med tilløpselver | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

Vassdragsforbundet would like to find a professionally capable cooperation partner within initiative orientated monitoring of lakes, rivers and streams. The rivers flowing into Mjøsa and Mjøsa itself have been monitored for more than 40 years. The monitoring programme for the water area Mjøsa has been adjusted in accordance with the Water Regulations and in accordance with the environment authorities. The environmental standard shall be classified in accordance with Guidelines 02:2013 — revised 2015 — Classification of the environmental condition of the water.

The competition includes these sub-areas together:

1. Monitoring Stor-Mjøsa (main station Skreia);

2. Monitoring the water quality at 3 other stations in Mjøsa, Brøttum, Kise and Furnesfjorden, as well as animal plankton in Furnesfjorden;

3. Monitoring chemical and hygienic/bacteriological conditions in Mjøsa's 6 largest feed rivers and the outflow river Vorma, as well as biological surveys in the 11-12 largest feed rivers and Vorma on a rolling programme;

4. Reporting, including various presentations and entering all data into the database Vannmiljø.

Analysis and information platform

Skatteetaten [The Norwegian Tax Administration] | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

The Norwegian Tax Administration would like to enter into a contract for the procurement of an analysis and information platform. This platform will consist of the following functional sub-areas:

— System for scoring and rules (both running and development environment).

The scoring system will be based on predictive models, expert models and rules. It shall also be to use technologies such as pattern recognition and graph analyses. The different techniques must be able to be combined in order to make up a whole. Integrated in the processes, they shall support dynamic choices between different service strategies.

— Several tools for advanced analysis.

The area cover tools and consumer/user orientated services within advanced analysis, data investigation, data processing, visualisation, graph/network analyses, pattern recognition etc. Advanced analysis also includes areas such as data and text mining, simulation, optimisation, prognostication etc.

— Analysis and information platform with data integration.

The total system shall support the establishment of an analysis and information platform that includes:

— Data Management Solution for Analytics (DMSA).

— Logical data warehouse.

— Data virtualisation and data integration.

We would like to be open for several alternatives in the competition:

Procurement of a system as well as a support and maintenance contract.

Procurement of a system as well as an operational contract.

Procurement of a system as a service.

Quality assurance of the measurement network for local air quality in Oslo and Akershus

Statens vegvesen Region øst [The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Eastern Region] | Published December 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 26, 2017

The Pollution Regulation chapter 7 about local pollution provides guidelines for measuring of local pollution in large urban areas to ensure that the regulation's limit values are not exceeded. The measured data is used in multiple assignments and reports, i.a. As reporting to the EU. It is therefore important that the data from the measurement network is quality assured.

The objective of this delivery is to quality ensure the measured data in the Oslo and Akershus measurement network.

The Norwegian Public Roads Eastern Region's measurement network in Oslo and Akershus consists of eight measuring stations distributed in the following areas (that are included in the assignment):

Oslo: E18 Hjortnes, Ring 3 Smestad, RV [National Road] 4, Aker Hospital and E6 Manglerud.

Akershus: Eilif Dues Veg (Bærum), mobile measuring station (Lørenskog, now the Løren tunnel), and RV [National Road] 22 Vigernes (Lillestrøm), Ozone meters (Lommedalen).

Annet: BC meters(currently on RV [National Road] Vigernes).

It is planned to established a new measurement station in Oslo in 2017. The assignment shall also include quality assurance of this, when the station is established. As of today the date of the assignment has not been sent.

To achieve satisfactory data quality, reference methods given in the applicable EU Directives (2008/50/EC and 2004-107/EC), or methods that can be documented giving an equivalent result.

The quality assurance shall be carried out in accordance with The Norwegian Environment Agency's handbook M398-2014 ‘Handbook for quality systems for the measuring of air quality’.

Construction work

Bergen Kommune, Bymiljøetaten | Published January 7, 2017  -  Deadline February 6, 2017

The contract is for covering the polluted seabed in Puddefjorden, Bergen municipality and for covering the polluted seabed in Kollevågen, Askøy municipality, as well as work on land to raise the current terrain level by approx. 0.5 m and work on the littoral zone to improve erosion protection in the wave zone in Kollevågen.

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/64337679.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.

A cleaner Puddefjord.

The seabed in Puddefjord is heavily polluted by environmental toxins equivalent to condition class V in accordance with the Norwegian Environment Agency's condition classes for sediment (3) for a number of heavy metals and organic environmental toxins.

The main aim of the measure in Puddefjord is to reduce the spread of the pollution from the seabed to the outer fjord system. The pollution, which will not be removed, is to be isolated under clean matter.

Bergen municipality (BK) shall carry out measures in the innermost and shallowest parts of Puddefjorden, a total of approx. 450 decares.

The main activities of the measure are:

— Removing junk from the seabed,

— Dredging and relocating polluted sediments in minor areas in order to maintain a sailing depth,

— Establishing a covering layer that isolates the environmental toxins and gives a new clean seabed,

— Securing a covering layer against erosion.

Environmental measures Kollevåg.

The work includes covering with TBM matter in 4 sub-areas in the sea, as well as improving and protecting the littoral zone from erosion on the west side of the area. In addition some work is planned on the fillings' land areas in order to improve the operation of the leisure area. This work mainly includes raising the terrain level of the waste filling land areas, raising the footpath between the 2 fillings in the west of the area, as well as opening a stream in Vestrevågen and establishing an access road between fillings 3 and 4. See annex 3 Orientation for further information.

Modular and portable buildings

Utlendingsdirektoratet — UDI | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline February 8, 2017

The assignment includes the necessary freight, erection/assembly and hire of modules for accommodation and hygiene (sleeping units and WC/shower) as well as any maintenance during the hire period. The modules shall be assembled in existing buildings/premises at the contracting authority, as a starting point in Eastern Norway, but also the rest of the country if required. The number and hire period will vary according to the stand-by situation.

There will only be call-offs for the hire/assignment as needed for the stand-by situation, there will not be any obligation to hire or procure.

All communication on this procurement shall go via the communication module in Mercell.

1.1 The sleeping units shall be for single person use. The units shall be lockable. It must be possible to put the units together to make larger groups (families). The units shall be of good quality and appropriate for their intended use. The dimension must not exceed 2.5 m² per unit.

1.2 The sleeping units shall have access to electricity and lighting.

1.3 The sleeping units shall be protected from fire.

1.4 The modules shall fulfil the current Norwegian law, particularly requirements for fire and sound insulation.

1.5 The toilets and showers shall be of normal good quality and appropriate for their intended use.

1.6 The modules shall be made from a material appropriate for the intended use.

1.7 Several (up to 30 % of call-offs) of the toilets are required to be of the type ‘squat toilet’/‘French toilet’.

1.8 The toilets/showers shall be able to be used individually or connected together. They shall be able to be connected to water and sewage.

1.9 The toilets/showers shall be easy to keep clean; the showers shall have legionella protection.

1.10 Tenderers shall delivery a system so that disabled persons can get in and out of a handicapped toilet (2 handicapped toilets and 2 handicapped showers for every 20 orders).

1.11 The toilets and showers shall be separate with lockable doors.

2.1 Scenario minimum 250 modules with hygiene shall be delivered within 4 weeks from the call-off date, unless otherwise agreed at the time of the call-off. Shorter delivery times that are offered will be awarded.

2.2 Ordered units shall be delivered to a stated place and address.

2.3 Assembly/disassembly shall be a part of the tender.

2.4 Tenderers must carry out the necessary maintenance during the hire period.

3.1 Scenario minimum 250 modules with hygiene shall be delivered within 4 weeks from the call-off date, unless otherwise agreed at the time of the call-off. Shorter delivery times that are offered will be awarded.

3.2 Ordered units shall be delivered to a stated place and address.

3.3 Assembly/disassembly shall be a part of the tender.

3.4 Tenderers must carry out the necessary maintenance during the hire period.

4.1 Tenderers shall ensure a low impact on the environment when providing the service. This applies during transport and maintenance, but also during production, use and disposal of goods used under the contract.

Connecting the modules to water and electricity is not necessary and shall not be described/documented.

Bardu - occupational health

Bardu kommune v/Innkjøpsservice Advokatfirma AS | Published December 12, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

Bardu municipality wishes tenders for delivery of occupational health services, where expertise and activities are in accordance with legislative requirements. The service is scheduled to take effect from 1 February 2017. Bardu municipality is an inclusive workplace (IA business).

Execution of company shall be in accordance with the prevailing requirements including requirements contained in Regulations that businesses in certain industries should have approved company, 2009-02-11 No. 162, which came into force 1.1.2010.

The working environment should be developed jointly in the workplace and work environment issues to be resolved at the lowest possible level. Employees shall participate in the systematic health, environment and safety in their own working environment, both in the design, implementation and monitoring of processes and measures. Participation in health and safety is both a right and a duty to workers.

Health - environmental and safety is part of the company's current activities.

All information occupational health acquires knowledge in his work in Bardu municipality is regarded as internal company information. This information shall be confidential.

For more information about the acquisition, see tender documents.

Framework agreement transport treated wood

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) | Published November 1, 2017
Principal receives treated wood in the order of about 2,200 tons per year, and is classified as hazardous waste. Buyer wishes tenders for transport and disposal of this type of timber in accordance with the requirements described in Annex 1 "Specification". The acquisition also includes creosote treated wood. Principal has currently receiving treated wood on ROAF Environment Park (Skedsmo) and Aurskog-Holand recycling. We reserve the right reception location may change during the contract period. ROAF as principal will ask the supplier to have systems in place for the services provided to the minimum necessary have negative impacts on the environment and the laws and regulations on wages and working conditions are followed. The client has a need for safe transport and disposal of treated wood from recycling stations in Aurskog and Skedsmo the approved finalization. The wood is crushed, but not minced recycling stations.

Author of 6 volumes of the village book "ONSØY history" Time 1905-1994

Fredrikstad kommune | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017

The client is the agency Culture Section for culture, environment and urban development, with assistance from bygdebok Committee.

Employer hereby invites to a competition of grant for the purchase of finished proofread the script for "ONSØY history", volume VI, the period 1905 to 1994.

Onsoy bygdebok, Volume 6, shall be submitted as a print ready script, complete with notes, index, illustrations, insertion of images w / captions / charts / statistics, bibliography / citations on places and people in the book and finished reading proofs.

Furniture

Høgskolen i Bergen | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 2, 2017

The procurement will ensure a common framework for furniture for the new University College in Western Norway.

The agreement includes the following furniture groups:

- Office and board furniture

- Teaching / reading room furniture incl. Boards / whiteboards

- Environment Furniture incl canteen furniture and outdoor furniture

- Option: Foiling / frosting, shading, curtains

132-BYM-2016 - Fixed outdoor gyms in borough Southern Nordstrand

Oslo kommune Bymiljøetaten | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

Overall objective is to facilitate increased physical activity among the population in the area. The project is supported by Oslo South initiative, which is a collaboration between the State and municipalities to strengthen livelihoods in borough Southern Nordstrand.

The objective is to establish three training pitches which will be widely used by residents of the district.

This is a joint project between the borough Southern Nordstrand and Environment Department.

Silsand Bike Farm

Lenvik kommune, Plan og tekniske tjenester | Published March 1, 2017
Lenvik municipality has decided to build a bike courtyard at Silsand elementary school. The idea behind bike farm is having a limited area where children and youth are given the opportunity to receive training in traffic rules and bicycle use in realistic and safe environment. Bicycle farm is also intended as a meeting place for families, children and young people, regardless of any disabilities. The facility includes play equipment and a focal point with benches, tables and barbecue area.

Sluppen feasibility study

Trondheim kommune | Published December 1, 2017
Feasibility study for facilitating the development of sloop. Three parallel team will propose an urban grip sloop that shows how the area could become a future-oriented and attractive gateway to knowledge axis, Bycampus and Trondheim, while major transport challenges safeguarded for all road users in the area. The challenge is to unite functional transport solutions with a climate-friendly and diverse urban development aimed at technology and knowledge industries.
The project is a collaboration between Trondheim, NPRA, Sør-Trøndelag County Council, Environment package and R. Kjeldsberg AS.

Buying Open IDM

Statens vegvesen Vegdirektoratet | Published January 16, 2017
NPRA currently enjoys support agreement with ForgeRock on components OpenAM and OpenDJ. The components are part of an environment for authentication and authorization of persons who consume NPRA ICT solutions.
NPRA wants to expand existing support agreement with ForgeRock to include component Identity Management. NPRA will thus be able to utilize the expertise of updates and bug fixes as ForgeRock might have. This is very important to maintain a good and stable solution.

Procurement of digital communication tools for nursery-home and school-home

Oslo kommune v/Utviklings- og kompetanseetaten | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

Principal aims to introduce a common digital communication tool for kindergartens to contribute to effective and safe communication between daycare home.

The contract is a pre-engineered solution as a service (software-as-a-service), where users are given access to use the solution via the Internet. The solution is hosted by the supplier in the supplier's own operating environment.

Communication Platform procured for use in kindergartens.

Optional options:

The provision of communication tools also includes elective options, see section II 2.1 and 2.2.

Providers are free to offer the elective options as part of its offerings. The elective options will not be evaluated, but the price and quality offered solution will be crucial to whether the individual option is triggered.

Project 710150 Demolition of tank farms, Lakselv Airport

Golder Associates AS (Norway) | Published October 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 4, 2017

NDEA Probate Estate (FBSE) shall, as part of the restructuring of the defense environment redevelop and tear / secure two tank farms in Banak in Porsanger in Finnmark. Tank plants are decommissioned and the defense has no further need for them, and they are transferred to FBSE for disposal. FBSE plan to demolish the objects. Planned start demolition is spring 2017.

The two tank farms consisting both of the pump / filter housing respectively. about. 30 m2 and 50 m2 floor area, with associated technical installations, and 2 tanks of 100 m3. Total 4 tanks.

It is for site investigations discovered contaminated soil at the two tank farms. A rough estimate suggests about 250 m3 of contaminated soil must be dug up by each of the tank farms, totaling 500 m3. It should be noted that these estimates are only estimates, when action plans are not approved by the competent authority.

Employeeship and leadership development

Stortingets Administrasjon | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 13, 2017

Parliament's administration aims to enter into parallel framework agreements in the fields Employeeship, management, coordination and organization.

The strategy for Parliament's administration 2014-2018, HR strategy 2015-2018, and ethical guidelines is as a basis for acquisitions. The purpose of the MoU is to contribute to the strategy's tenet: "An attractive, competent organization with a good working environment" followed.

For further information about the competition the tender point 3 "About Procurement".

Principal uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To register your interest, and get access to any documents, please click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser. [[Http://permalink.mercell.com/62240828.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.