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Ulkotyöasut, protective equipment and first aid kits.

Joensuun seudun hankintatoimi | Published April 18, 2014
Winner
Oy Pelma AbArtturintie 10Kangasala 36220
cpvs
18000000

Warning of the designs, work clothes, gloves, boots, protective equipment, as well as the acquisition ensiapupakkauksien technical field and animal husbandry contract period 1.1.2014-31.12.2015. Note! Ad information can be found Tarjouspalvelu.fi supplier portal. Direct link to the notice further information can be found here Hilma notification: https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/jns/?id=18162&tpk=84cf1e4b-513c-4b4a-81c3-d1c898912c77

CORRECTION ANNOUNCEMENT_ADDITIONAL PERIOD FOR CALL FOR TENDERS TILL 31.7.2013_PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS IN THE INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC)

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published June 14, 2013  -  Deadline July 31, 2013
cpvs
73220000, 03000000, 15000000, 41000000, 90000000

INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC): - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS. Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services to plan and execute workshops related to agriculture and food and beverage industries in the frames of IWEC concept. The initial program of the workshops is annexed to the Call. Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager, comment and contribute to the initial program, and, upon approval of Kemira and LADEC, recruit experts to deliver the workshops. A working group to steer the execution of the workshops is established. It consists of representatives of LADEC, Kemira and selected consultant (Program Manager). LADEC, in close consultation with Kemira, is responsible for marketing of the workshops and organizing the venues and catering for them. The Industrial Water Excellency Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and LADEC (Lahti Development Company Ltd) (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries reducing the environmental burden and, at the same time, providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s focus is water cycles in steel industry, mining, food and beverage, animal husbandry, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii. treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency v. Russian legislation and compliance to systems vi. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. vii. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two days workshops for the technicians and decision makers of the industries in question. In 2013 the Parties have agreed to organize one (1) workshop for agricultural and one (1) for food and beverage industries. Based on results of these workshops, the program and target industries for 2014 will be decided by the end of December 2013. Workshops will be organized in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, or in other cities and regions of the Russian Federation. The workshops are part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellency Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138.

CORRECTION ANNOUNCEMENT_2_ADDITIONAL PERIOD FOR CALL FOR TENDERS TILL 31.7.2013_PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS IN THE INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC)

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published June 17, 2013  -  Deadline July 31, 2013
cpvs
73220000, 03000000, 15000000, 41000000, 90000000

INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC): - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS. Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services to plan and execute workshops related to agriculture and food and beverage industries in the frames of IWEC concept. The initial program of the workshops is annexed to the Call. Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager, comment and contribute to the initial program, and, upon approval of Kemira and LADEC, recruit experts to deliver the workshops. A working group to steer the execution of the workshops is established. It consists of representatives of LADEC, Kemira and selected consultant (Program Manager). LADEC, in close consultation with Kemira, is responsible for marketing of the workshops and organizing the venues and catering for them. The Industrial Water Excellency Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and LADEC (Lahti Development Company Ltd) (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries reducing the environmental burden and, at the same time, providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s focus is water cycles in steel industry, mining, food and beverage, animal husbandry, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii. treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency v. Russian legislation and compliance to systems vi. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. vii. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two days workshops for the technicians and decision makers of the industries in question. In 2013 the Parties have agreed to organize one (1) workshop for agricultural and one (1) for food and beverage industries. Based on results of these workshops, the program and target industries for 2014 will be decided by the end of December 2013. Workshops will be organized in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, or in other cities and regions of the Russian Federation. The workshops are part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellency Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138.

CORRECTION ANNOUNCEMENT_3_ADDITIONAL PERIOD FOR CALL FOR TENDERS TILL 12.8.2013_PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS IN THE INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC)

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published July 8, 2013  -  Deadline August 12, 2013
cpvs
73220000, 03000000, 15000000, 41000000, 90000000

INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC): - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS. Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services to plan and execute workshops related to agriculture and food and beverage industries in the frames of IWEC concept. The initial program of the workshops is annexed to the Call. Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager, comment and contribute to the initial program, and, upon approval of Kemira and LADEC, recruit experts to deliver the workshops. A working group to steer the execution of the workshops is established. It consists of representatives of LADEC, Kemira and selected consultant (Program Manager). LADEC, in close consultation with Kemira, is responsible for marketing of the workshops and organizing the venues and catering for them. The Industrial Water Excellency Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and LADEC (Lahti Development Company Ltd) (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries reducing the environmental burden and, at the same time, providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s focus is water cycles in steel industry, mining, food and beverage, animal husbandry, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii. treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency v. Russian legislation and compliance to systems vi. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. vii. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two days workshops for the technicians and decision makers of the industries in question. In 2013 the Parties have agreed to organize one (1) workshop for agricultural and one (1) for food and beverage industries. Based on results of these workshops, the program and target industries for 2014 will be decided by the end of December 2013. Workshops will be organized in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, or in other cities and regions of the Russian Federation. The workshops are part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellency Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138.

INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCE CENTER (IWEC) - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published July 2, 2013  -  Deadline August 23, 2013
cpvs
65000000, 41000000, 73200000, 90700000, 14000000

Background The Industrial Water Excellence Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and LADEC (Lahti Region Development LADEC Ltd) (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries that aim at reducing environmental burden, while providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s initial focus is water cycles in steel industry. Other focus areas are mining, food and beverage, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. water treatment and energy efficiency v. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency vi. Russian and international legislation and compliance to systems vii. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. viii. decrease of unaccounted water losses ix. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two day workshops for the technicians and decision-makers of the industries in question. All Parties provide expertise to the planning of the workshops. Severstal’s role is to invite the participants to the workshops and organize the venues for steel industry orientated workshops. LADEC acts as a coordinator of IWEC and recruits the needed expertise for it. The main location of the steel orientated workshops is Severstal’s facilities in Cherepovets or in other premises of Severstal in Russia. In 2013 and 2014 the Parties have agreed to organize six (6) workshops for steel industry and one (1) workshop for agricultural and one (1) for food and beverage industries. The call for tenders for the last mentioned 1+1 workshops has been launched separately (18.6.2013). The workshops are part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellence Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138 (the Project). Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services for the Project so that to plan and execute steel orientated IWEC workshops. Tender has to include all six (6) workshops for steel industry. The initial starting point - tentative contents and timing for the workshops are detailed separately in the end of this call (Annex 1). Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager and supplement and finalize (tentatively) the workshop programs based on the annexed starting point, and assign experts to deliver the workshops. Themes of the workshops: 1. Water and sludge management and treatment 2. Wastewater generated during steelworks operations and options for wastewater treatment 3. Process water at steelworks 4. Water treatment methods for the mining, metal & minerals processing industry 5. Water treatment processes at concentrator site (ferrous and non-ferrous) 6. Water treatment processes at mine sites Tentative programs according to the above mentioned themes and annexed description of the contents should be annexed to the tender. The selected Consultant works under the supervision of LADEC, and LADEC is operating under guidance provided by the working group of Ladec, Outotec and Severstal. LADEC has the right to make changes to the theme, contents and timetable of the seminar.

CORRECTION ANNOUNCEMENT_ADDITIONAL PERIOD FOR CALL FOR TENDERS TILL 6.9.2013_INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCE CENTER (IWEC) - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOPS

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published August 23, 2013  -  Deadline September 6, 2013
cpvs
65000000, 41000000, 73200000, 90700000, 14000000

Background The Industrial Water Excellence Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and LADEC (Lahti Region Development LADEC Ltd) (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries that aim at reducing environmental burden, while providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s initial focus is water cycles in steel industry. Other focus areas are mining, food and beverage, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. water treatment and energy efficiency v. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency vi. Russian and international legislation and compliance to systems vii. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. viii. decrease of unaccounted water losses ix. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two day workshops for the technicians and decision-makers of the industries in question. All Parties provide expertise to the planning of the workshops. Severstal’s role is to invite the participants to the workshops and organize the venues for steel industry orientated workshops. LADEC acts as a coordinator of IWEC and recruits the needed expertise for it. The main location of the steel orientated workshops is Severstal’s facilities in Cherepovets or in other premises of Severstal in Russia. In 2013 and 2014 the Parties have agreed to organize six (6) workshops for steel industry and one (1) workshop for agricultural and one (1) for food and beverage industries. The call for tenders for the last mentioned 1+1 workshops has been launched separately (18.6.2013). The workshops are part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellence Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138 (the Project). Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services for the Project so that to plan and execute steel orientated IWEC workshops. Tender has to include all six (6) workshops for steel industry. The initial starting point - tentative contents and timing for the workshops are detailed separately in the end of this call (Annex 1). Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager and supplement and finalize (tentatively) the workshop programs based on the annexed starting point, and assign experts to deliver the workshops. Themes of the workshops: 1. Water and sludge management and treatment 2. Wastewater generated during steelworks operations and options for wastewater treatment 3. Process water at steelworks 4. Water treatment methods for the mining, metal & minerals processing industry 5. Water treatment processes at concentrator site (ferrous and non-ferrous) 6. Water treatment processes at mine sites Tentative programs according to the above mentioned themes and annexed description of the contents should be annexed to the tender. The selected Consultant works under the supervision of LADEC, and LADEC is operating under guidance provided by the working group of Ladec, Outotec and Severstal. LADEC has the right to make changes to the theme, contents and timetable of the seminar.

Ulkotyöasut, protective equipment and first aid kits.

Joensuun seudun hankintatoimi | Published September 17, 2013  -  Deadline October 24, 2013
cpvs
18000000

Joensuu procurement to ask you to offer a warning outfits, work clothing, gloves,,, footwear, protective equipment and first aid kits for the technical field and animal husbandry contract period 1.1.2014-31.12.2015. Offer is binding and it shall be written in Finnish. Supply must meet the European Union's direct binding acts of the Finnish laws and regulations, and orders issued by the authorities mm. construction, equipment, labor and fire safety and electrical safety. Note! Ad information can be found Tarjouspalvelu.fi supplier portal. Also, the offer / request to participate transmission is made through this. A direct link to the alert information can be found here Hilma notification: https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/jns/?id=8990&tpk=9cee74b6-60a0-4658-99c7-916355155a0a

The tradition of Windows

Kajaanin kaupungin koulutusliikelaitos | Published December 20, 2013  -  Deadline January 22, 2014
cpvs
44000000

Kainuu Vocational College in use Seppälä's natural resource sector buildings belonging to the former main building of the school, animal husbandry, "impilinna", will be renovated facade, frame and foundation for the project in addition to the restoration of the property yard and garden areas. Overhaul sought for project funding Kainuu ELY Centre and the European Regional Development Fund, financed by the project. Impilinna cityscape project, the actors are the city of Kajaani Vimpelin Valley of enterprise development, and the Museum of the Kainuu Kainuu Vocational College. Renovation of the first phase of the project has a total of 200 429 euros. Area of ​​comprehensive development requires both the building and its courtyard and garden areas, restoration of a functional whole. The building has been used for teaching purposes throughout its history. Seppälä's current occupancy is high and the renovation of the building allows for the use of KAO's operations in the future. The property is now owned by the city of Kajaani. The renovation of the basis for planning the building is made condition assessment, which is established and entered the building damage and the repair of the proposals, in addition to the building has been inventoried and tarkemitattu. Impilinna cityscape project impilinna planned renovation of the whole building facade repair is carried out, and the foundations of the body, as well as the restoration of the building yard and garden areas. The renovation of the design have taken Architects Johansson, Ky., Planning Maatta Ltd and Arkins Engineering Ltd. Kainuu Vocational College is responsible for the project administrative services to the building and to meet the yard and garden areas, redevelopment, in addition to the building facade restoration takes Kainuu Vocational College students themselves. Impilinna roof renovations carried out Peltisepänliike Mononen Oy. Renovation plan of the building allows for correction of the implementation of a comprehensive, cost-effective and future use in mind. The building is protected by the protection order 002/S2 and it is a neo-classicist, in part two, partly single-storey log building. Property history is explained in the various documents and mm. Kainuu Museum by. "Impilinna", was designed by architect Jussi Paatela 1928. The building floor area is 530 square meters and the basement has an area of ​​80 square meters. The current floor plan of the building is 1956 according to the correction. The building was also repaired in 1974, when the log walls were coated chipboard. This invitation is procured from "impilinna" honoring the traditions of the new windows (windows tradition) architectural firm instructions. Some of the windows removed and sent for repair. The rest of the windows of the original acquisition of new windows. Detailed preparation instructions can be found in window-attachment. We try to get a comparison and decision in January-February. The aim is to get a windows installation to the site by the beginning of April. Advanced scheduling agreed with the client and the successful tenderer. NOTE! Ad information can be found Tarjouspalvelu.fi supplier portal. Also, the offer / request to participate transmission is made through this program. Direct link to the notice further information can be found here Hilma notification.

INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC) - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOP

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published June 16, 2014  -  Deadline July 4, 2014
cpvs
73000000, 15000000, 41000000, 77000000, 90000000

Background The Industrial Water Excellency Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and Lahti Development Company LADEC Ltd (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries reducing the environmental burden and, at the same time, providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s focus is water cycles in steel industry, mining, food and beverage, animal husbandry, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii. treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency v. Russian legislation and compliance to systems vi. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. vii. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two-day workshops for the technicians and decision makers of the industries in question. In 2014 the Parties have agreed to organize one (1) workshop for food and beverage industries in 2014. Workshop will be organized in Moscow, Russia 24th and 25th of September 2014. The workshop is part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellency Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138. Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services to plan and execute workshop related to agriculture, food and beverage industries. The initial program of the workshops is annexed to this call for tenders (Annex 1). Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager, comment and contribute to the initial program and, upon approval of Kemira and LADEC, recruit experts to deliver the workshops accordingly to the initial program provided (Annex 1). A working group to steer the execution of the workshops will be established. It consists of representatives of LADEC, Kemira and selected consultant (Program Manager). LADEC, in close consultation with Kemira, is responsible for marketing the workshop and organizing the venues and catering for the event. The Supplier is responsible to organize the simultaneous translation Eng-Rus-Eng for the seminar. The estimated amount of participants is 50 persons. The final amount of participants will be confirmed later on.

ADDITIONAL PERIOD: INDUSTRIAL WATERS EXCELLENCY CENTER (IWEC) - PROGRAMME MANAGER AND SPECIALISTS FOR WORKSHOP

Lahden Seudun Kehitys LADEC Oy | Published July 8, 2014  -  Deadline August 22, 2014
cpvs
73000000, 15000000, 41000000, 77000000, 90000000

Background The Industrial Water Excellency Center IWEC (IWEC) is a joint initiative of Severstal, Kemira, Outotec and Lahti Development Company LADEC Ltd (Parties). It is implemented under the umbrella of Northern Dimension Business Council (NDBC), which is co-chaired by Mr. Alexey Mordashov, CEO of ОАО “Severstal”, and Mr. Tapio Kuula, CEO of Fortum. The objective of IWEC is to present new water technologies and solutions to Russian industries reducing the environmental burden and, at the same time, providing better economic performance at lower costs. IWEC’s focus is water cycles in steel industry, mining, food and beverage, animal husbandry, fertilizer, oil and gas, power production, and forestry industries. Parties define jointly issues to be included in IWEC concept. They include, inter alia: i. raw water and waste water treatment, energy efficiency ii. treatment of process waters iii. treatment of sludge iv. chemicals to increase treatment efficiency v. Russian legislation and compliance to systems vi. best efficient and economically feasible technologies of waste water treatment. vii. status of current technologies and amount of waste waters and manure in animal husbandry (pigs, cattle, poultry) in North-West Russia IWEC’s working method is to organize two-day workshops for the technicians and decision makers of the industries in question. In 2014 the Parties have agreed to organize one (1) workshop for food and beverage industries in 2014. Workshop will be organized in Moscow, Russia 24th and 25th of September 2014. The workshop is part of the ERDF funded project: International Advanced Water Excellency Centre – More competitiveness, business, innovations, know-how and the cleaner Baltic Sea. Project number: A32138. Objective of the call The objective of the call is to purchase consultancy services to plan and execute workshop related to agriculture, food and beverage industries. The initial program of the workshops is annexed to this call for tenders (Annex 1). Tenderers are asked to nominate a Program Manager, comment and contribute to the initial program and, upon approval of Kemira and LADEC, recruit experts to deliver the workshops accordingly to the initial program provided (Annex 1). A working group to steer the execution of the workshops will be established. It consists of representatives of LADEC, Kemira and selected consultant (Program Manager). LADEC, in close consultation with Kemira, is responsible for marketing the workshop and organizing the venues and catering for the event. The Supplier is responsible to organize the simultaneous translation Eng-Rus-Eng for the seminar. The estimated amount of participants is 50 persons. The final amount of participants will be confirmed later on.

CORRECTION NOTICE: the acquisition of Ostolomituspalveluiden 2016-2017

Loviisan kaupunki | Published October 9, 2015  -  Deadline November 2, 2015
cpvs
77000000

If indicated in the contract notice and the invitation to tender the dates do not fit in, new opportunities can be obtained at: hankinnat@loviisa.fi. The town of Loviisa for farm relief services operating range operates facilities available on the production of mouth with and -branch: LIVESTOCK FARMS 1.Lypsykarjatilat Parsi- and lypsyasemanavetat robot Cowsheds Beef cattle facilities Pigpens 3.1 Emakkosikalat 3.2 fattening houses Horse Facilities Other livestock facilities, such Lampola Tenders may be submitted also in accordance with the breakdown of specificity described above, for example, the following Lapinjärvi.. and Loviisa 1.1 and 3.2. Primarily aimed at finding replacement services in the municipality of relief workers employed by the appropriate caretaker and lomituspalveluyrittäjiä used in the alternative. Annual leave and sijaisapulomituksissa lomituspalveluyrittäjän care must be taken within the company and other agricultural animal husbandry related to the company's essential tasks (lomituspalvelulaki §16, 1.mom.). Supported a paid caretaker-assistance interleave the tasks may include only the LPL § 16, 1. Tasks mom. under. The employee must have sufficient experience to carry out the work independently, as well as a good knowledge of Finnish general and professional vocabulary management concerned. Eg., If the service provider 1 is not speaking Swedish and service provider 2 is lomituspalveluyksikkö selects the service provider 2. if the Swedish language is warranted during the exercise. INFO MEETING FOR PROVIDERS During the event, the contracting entity is going through the tender documents and the persons present may address questions to the acquisition and the tender documents relating to, and the transmission of the offer and the offer relating to the portal. Training sessions carried out only if they are pre-registered! 2015 at 14 o'clock at the latest.

Acquisition Ostolomituspalveluiden 2016-2017

Loviisan kaupunki | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline November 2, 2015
cpvs
77000000

The town of Loviisa for farm relief services operating range operates facilities available on the production of mouth with and -branch: LIVESTOCK FARMS 1.Lypsykarjatilat Parsi- and lypsyasemanavetat robot Cowsheds Beef cattle facilities Pigpens 3.1 Emakkosikalat 3.2 fattening houses Horse Facilities Other livestock facilities, such Lampola Tenders may be submitted also in accordance with the breakdown of specificity described above, for example, the following Lapinjärvi.. and Loviisa 1.1 and 3.2. Primarily aimed at finding replacement services in the municipality of relief workers employed by the appropriate caretaker and lomituspalveluyrittäjiä used in the alternative. Annual leave and sijaisapulomituksissa lomituspalveluyrittäjän care must be taken within the company and other agricultural animal husbandry related to the company's essential tasks (lomituspalvelulaki §16, 1.mom.). Supported a paid caretaker-assistance interleave the tasks may include only the LPL § 16, 1. Tasks mom. under. The employee must have sufficient experience to carry out the work independently, as well as a good knowledge of Finnish general and professional vocabulary management concerned. Eg., If the service provider 1 is not speaking Swedish and service provider 2 is lomituspalveluyksikkö selects the service provider 2. if the Swedish language is warranted during the exercise. INFO MEETING FOR PROVIDERS During the event, the contracting entity is going through the tender documents and the persons present may address questions to the acquisition and the tender documents relating to, and the transmission of the offer and the offer relating to the portal. Training sessions carried out only if they are pre-registered! 2015 at 14 o'clock at the latest.

Kannuksen Birch Manor renovation work management contract

Keski-Pohjanmaan koulutusyhtymä | Published June 21, 2017  -  Deadline August 1, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Kannuksen Birch Manor was built in 1930 in a building that originally served as a school graduation in animal husbandry, at least until 1985. Today, the building is vocational school office, educational, dining and dormitory space. The building is completed in two floors above the ground and in the entire building-wide, partially underground basement, which features. technical facilities and social facilities, warehouses, as well as a library and one classroom. The building has a floor area of ​​approximately 1200 m2. Facades plastered surface area (mkl.ikkunat) is approximately 770 m2, and the roof surface area of ​​about 490 m2. In is to renovate the roof with equipment, facades and courtyard area of ​​the building environment. Kannuksen Birch Manor was built in 1930 in a building that originally served as a school graduation in animal husbandry, at least until 1985. Today, the building is vocational school office, educational, dining and dormitory space. The building is completed in two floors above the ground and in the entire building-wide, partially underground basement, which features. technical facilities and social facilities, warehouses, as well as a library and one classroom. The building has a floor area of ​​approximately 1200 m2. Facades plastered surface area (mkl.ikkunat) is approximately 770 m2, and the roof surface area of ​​about 490 m2. In is to renovate the roof with equipment, facades and courtyard area of ​​the building environment.

Exfoliation, possible extraction, landfill / landfill, landslide, area smoothing work on land, livestock, livestock, animal husbandry, farmyard, social farm and sludge storage area + dense loading area, and land for soil (rockmoss) on site.

Agro Suomi Oy | Published April 10, 2018  -  Deadline April 20, 2018
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Hankinnan kohteena olevan alueen (sisältää rakennukset jaloittelutarhat, sekä tuotannon kannalta välttämättömät piha-alueet) koko on yhteensä noin 6500 m2. Poiskuljetettavaa/ läjitettävää maata on arviolta 8000 m3. Louhittavaa kalliota arviolta 500-4000m3, 500-2000m2 alueelta. Tarvittava kalliomurske määrä, louhinta määrästä sekä ennen kaikkea louhintatuloksesta riippuen, 5000-15000 tonnia. Edellä mainitut määrät arvioita. Louhintatyö tulee (alueen kokeusaseman huomioonottaen) olemaan todennäköisesti matalaa, 1-2,5m syvää neliölouhintaa, joka on ehdottomasti peitettävä. Louhinnassa on pyrittävä mahdollisimman hienoon lopputulokseen, suuriksi jäävät kivet on vasaroitava pieniksi. Alue tulee tasoittaa kokonaisuudessaan lähelle (-5 cm) lopullista korkoa Alueella sijaitsee jo tuotantokäytössä olevia tuotantoeläinrakennuksia. Kaiki työvaiheet on pyrittävä suorittamaan niin että eläimille aiheutuva häiriö olisi mahdollisimman pieni. Louhintatöiden osalta on noudatettava erityistä varovaisuutta, lähialueen rakennusten, sekä tuotantoeläinten vuoksi. Hankinnan kohteena olevan alueen (sisältää rakennukset jaloittelutarhat, sekä tuotannon kannalta välttämättömät piha-alueet) koko on yhteensä noin 6500 m2. Poiskuljetettavaa/ läjitettävää maata on arviolta 8000 m3. Louhittavaa kalliota arviolta 500-4000m3, 500-2000m2 alueelta. Tarvittava kalliomurske määrä, louhinta määrästä sekä ennen kaikkea louhintatuloksesta riippuen, 5000-15000 tonnia. Edellä mainitut määrät arvioita. Louhintatyö tulee (alueen kokeusaseman huomioonottaen) olemaan todennäköisesti matalaa, 1-2,5m syvää neliölouhintaa, joka on ehdottomasti peitettävä. Louhinnassa on pyrittävä mahdollisimman hienoon lopputulokseen, suuriksi jäävät kivet on vasaroitava pieniksi. Alue tulee tasoittaa kokonaisuudessaan lähelle (-5 cm) lopullista korkoa Alueella sijaitsee jo tuotantokäytössä olevia tuotantoeläinrakennuksia. Kaiki työvaiheet on pyrittävä suorittamaan niin että eläimille aiheutuva häiriö olisi mahdollisimman pieni. Louhintatöiden osalta on noudatettava erityistä varovaisuutta, lähialueen rakennusten, sekä tuotantoeläinten vuoksi.
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