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Nye Bryne sixth form college Turnkey contract new building C.

Rogaland fylkeskommune (Rogaland County) | Published July 10, 2015
Winner
BRG Entreprenør AS
cpvs
45214500

This competition is for a turnkey contract for new building C, which is a building with a total of 9 062 m2 gross, connected to the new Bryne sixth form college. Building C will include teaching rooms, workshops for technical industrial production and construction subjects, offices and workrooms for teachers. This turnkey contract consists of the construction of a complete functional building, ready for use. The executing turnkey contractor will be responsible for ensuring that the contract includes all the necessary work for the planning, engineering design and execution.

Construction work

Helse Stavanger HF | Published January 26, 2017
cpvs
45000000

Dialogue conference with focus on Industrialised building — construction principle

SUS2023 facilitates for increased use of industrial construction methods in project in line with ‘Assignment Document 2017’ from The Ministry of Health and Welfare [Helse og Omsorgsdepartementet].

During the conference, information will be given regarding the overall project and specifically about the challenges for which the Contractor would like input, regarding planned decisions and selection in accordance with industrialisation. This is a basis prior to a decision regarding the implementation strategy and a contract basis and division, that shall be known by 21.6.2017.

The new University Hospital in Stavanger shall be completed at Ullandhaug during 2023.

Professional services for the oil industry

Oljedirektoratet | Published October 22, 2016
cpvs
76200000, 71351200, 71318000, 71321300, 71332000, 71351730, 71351920, 71351400, 71241000, 73200000, 76430000, 76500000, 76521000, 71322200, 76210000, 76000000

Professional services for the oil industry

Services related to the oil and gas industry

Oljedirektoratet | Published May 6, 2017  -  Deadline June 23, 2017
cpvs
76000000, 45262640, 71000000, 71313000, 71313440, 71317200, 71317210, 71631420, 72000000, 73000000, 75100000, 75110000, 75120000, 75130000, 75131000, 75200000, 75210000, 75211000, 76100000, 76200000, 76210000, 76500000, 76510000, 79000000, 79100000, 90721000

OD, Mdir, Ptil and KYV need consultancy services that shall strengthen and supplement our internal competence in order to contribute to the Ofu programme. See http://www.norad.no/ for further information on the Ofu programme.

The competition is particularly aimed at professional environments who can carry out assignments within the petroleum sector, including legal, geo, technical petroleum, HSE related, environment related (including climate), ICT, administrative and financial areas. There is a need for contracts for consultancy servicse in 11 different sub-areas. See annex 1 for a further description of the sub-areas. The expected start-up is December 2017 / January 2018.

The aim of the competition is to enter into paralllel framework agreements for the sub-areas stated in annex 1. The contracts will be for two years, with an option for OD, Ptil and Mdir to extend the contracts for 1+1 year. The estimated value of the framework agreements is approx. NOK 50 million excluding VAT per annum.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

Policy design for the petroleum sector

The institutional organisation of the sector with division of responsibility for development assignments and inspections

The use of regulatory means such as petroleum contracts/concessions, legislation and underlying rules in order to ensure:

Optimal resource management and efficiency in the sector

Proper income collection and management

Consideration to health, environment and safety

Development of national participation, etc.

Facilitating openness and counteracting corruption

Expected amount per annum: NOK 3 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

Design of legislation, underlying rules, steering documents and guidelines for the use of such regulatory means.

Design of models for petroleum contracts/concessions between the authorities and rightful owners, contracts that clarify the relationship between the rightful owners and that regulate the conditions for a third party.

The legal assistance will include both management law, petroleum law and other relevant regulation themes as regards the petroleum sector, such as health, security, stand-by, environment, petroleum's taxation etc.

Implementation of the rules

Any management and negotiation related assistance for the establishment of such regulatory means.

Expected amount per annum: NOK 20 000 000 excluding VAT:

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

Seismic and other geo data: Processing, data storage, interpretation, map generation, depth conversion, establishment and maintenance and use of interpretation tools.

Geoscience management, searching strategy, implementation of licence rounds, setting obligations for drilling and data collection, interpretation of well data and reports, data storage, pool modelling, prospect evaluation and volume calculation (including use of software)

Technical reservoir management; drainage strategy, static and dynamic reservoir simulation including increased extraction

Establishing and maintaining resource accounts

Expected amount per annum: NOK 4 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

The authorities' evaluation of development and transport systems for oil and gas (including LNG), area study for the realisation of petroleum deposits and evaluation of uncertainties and connections to a third party.

The authorities' follow-up of responsible extraction from a field in production, including reporting data, plans, technical integrity and lifetime.

Evaluation of technical systems for energy efficiency, regularity and safety.

Evaluation of incentive schemes for optimum extraction and reduced emissions.

Systems for handling produced water and waste, use of chemicals, power generation and emissions to air and water etc.

Maintenance, operation and final phase production. Expected amount per annum: NOK 5 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance with, amongst other things:

Strategic and/or project specific environment impact assessments for processing strategic plans or project plans.

Environment risk analyses, stand-by analyses and stand-by plans.

Collection and production of environment data (GIS).

Mapping environmental values for input for impact assessments, vulnerability analyses and environmental monitoring.

Handling waste connected to upstream oil and gas activities, including produced water.

Assessments and use of chemicals, including emissions to sea.

Emissions to air connected to upstream oil and gas activities, including technologies for the reduction of and measuring/calculating emissions.

Expected amount per annum: NOK 4 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

General knowledge on climate changes and causes, specifically related to the oil and gas industry.

Sources for climate gas emissions and measurements/calculations.

Reduction of climate gas emissions from the petroleum sector, including technologies for reduction, energy efficiency and flaring.

Tool for regulating climate gas emissions (direct regulation, quotas, fees, etc.).

Mechanisms for climate and carbon financing.

Expected amount per annum: NOK 3 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

Development of technical and operational safety regulations.

Management of major accident risk and working environment risk, with the accompanying risk analyses.

The authorities' follow-up of the petroleum industry as regards working environment, safety, surrounding environment and stand-by.

Development of institutions, management systems and procedures.

Particular competence is wanted within management and follow-up of well operations (on land and at sea), structures and pipelines, process equipment, stand-by and working environment.

Stand-by training and exercises within oil pollution services.

Expected amount per annum: NOK 3 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

Cost estimations, project management and financial analysis of petroleum projects, as well as cost control as regards budgets and financial reporting to the authorities.

Evaluation of tax and production distribution systems with experience from and access to the necessary modelling tools.

Development of procedures, systems and methods for financial planning, control and reporting, internal audits, procurements etc.

Development of internal routines for procurements.

Financial policies, including for optimum resource management and reduced emissions. Expected amount per annum: NOK 2 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

Development of target hierarchy, organisational adaptations, evaluation of competence and capacity needs.

Development of training and recruitment plans etc.

Management training and team building.

Advice for and evaluation of procurements and employments. Expected amount per annum: NOK 2 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

IT hardware and system software, including routines for operation and securing data.

Management of petroleum related data, including geographical referred data.

Development of system for reporting, storing, retrieving and making available petroleum related data (seismic, well data, production data, health, environment and safety data etc.).

Document and archive management for the establishment and use of document processing systems in management.

Raising competence of ICT personnel.

Expected amount per annum: NOK 3 000 000 excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

The authorities' storage and management of physical information (core samples, fluid samples, seismic tapes etc.), including any need for reformatting and transferring data to new storage media.

Expected amount per annum: NOK 1 000 000 excluding VAT.

Professional services for the oil industry

Oljedirektoratet | Published October 3, 2017  -  Deadline November 6, 2017
cpvs
76200000, 45262640, 71000000, 71313000, 71313440, 71317200, 71317210, 71631420, 72000000, 73000000, 75100000, 75110000, 75120000, 75130000, 75131000, 75200000, 75210000, 75211000, 76000000, 76100000, 76210000, 76500000, 76510000, 79000000, 79100000, 90721000

OD, Mdir, Ptil and KYV need consultancy services that shall strengthen and supplement our internal competence in order to contribute to the Ofu programme. See http://www.norad.no/ for further information on the Ofu programme.

The aim of the competition is to enter into parallel framework agreements for sub-areas 1, 4, 6 and 7, as stated in annex 1. Other other sub-areas described in annex 1 were procured separately by a separate notice in spring 2017. The reason for the division, is that the competitions for sub-areas 1, 4, 6 and 7, which were announced together with the other sub-areas before the summer, were recently cancelled.

The contracts will be for two years, with an option for OD, Ptil and Mdir to extend the contracts for 1+1 year. The estimated value of the framework agreements for sub-areas 1, 4, 6 and 7 is approx. 14 000 000 NOK excluding VAT per annum.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

— Policy design for the petroleum sector,

— The institutional organisation of the sector with division of responsibility for development assignments and inspections,

— The use of regulatory means such as petroleum contracts/concessions, legislation and underlying rules in order to ensure:

1) Optimal resource management and efficiency in the sector,

— 2) Proper income collection and management,

— 3) Consideration to health, environment and safety,

— 4) Development of national participation, etc.,

— 5) Facilitating openness and counteracting corruption.

Expected amount per annum: 3 000 000 NOK excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

— The authorities' evaluation of development and transport systems for oil and gas (including LNG), area study for the realisation of petroleum deposits and evaluation of uncertainties and connections to a third party.

— The authorities' follow-up of responsible extraction from a field in production, including reporting data, plans, technical integrity and lifetime.

— Evaluation of technical systems for energy efficiency, regularity and safety.

— Evaluation of incentive schemes for optimum extraction and reduced emissions.

— Systems for handling produced water and waste, use of chemicals, power generation and emissions to air and water etc.

— Maintenance, operation and final phase production

Expected amount per annum: 5 000 000 NOK excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

— General knowledge on climate changes and causes, specifically related to the oil and gas industry.

— Sources for climate gas emissions and measurements/calculations.

— Reduction of climate gas emissions from the petroleum sector, including technologies for reduction, energy efficiency and flaring.

— Tool for regulating climate gas emissions (direct regulation, quotas, fees, etc.).

— Mechanisms for climate and carbon financing.

— Expected amount per annum: 3 000 000 NOK excluding VAT.

Assistance (advice, assistance and training) for, amongst other things:

— Development of technical and operational safety regulations.

— Management of major accident risk and working environment risk, with the accompanying risk analyses.

— The authorities' follow-up of the petroleum industry as regards working environment, safety, surrounding environment and stand-by.

— Development of institutions, management systems and procedures.

— Particular competence is wanted within management and follow-up of well operations (on land and at sea), structures and pipelines, process equipment, stand-by and working environment.

— Stand-by training and exercises within oil pollution services.

Expected amount per annum: 3 000 000 NOK excluding VAT.

Framework agreement — Assistance for processing and further developing risk indicators for noise in the petroleum industry.

Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) | Published July 22, 2015
Winner
Sinus AS
cpvs
71621000, 76000000

As part of the Project Risk Level in the Norwegian petroleum industry (RNNP), Sinus AS has assisted the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway with the development of a risk indicator for noise since 2002. PSA needs to enter into a new framework agreement to continue this work. The work that shall be carried out in the coming years will be built directly on the work that Sinus has carried out for the development of a risk indicator for noise in the RNNP-project in the period 2002-2014. The Project shall be continued and the work consists of, amongst other things: — Processing the submitted data in RNNP — Further development of the risk indicator for noise and guidelines for reporting as needed. — Any other assistance connected to noise and the RNNP-Project.

Trench-digging work

Lyse AS | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 21, 2017
cpvs
45112100, 45231000

Lyse is a Norwegian industrial group within energy and telecommunication, with the accompanying infrastructure. Lyse is owned by 16 municipalities in Sør-Rogaland. The entity covers the production and sale of energy and telecom products, as well as the development and operation of infrastructure. The group has its main activities and its main market in Sør-Rogaland, but it also provides services in a national market, in which Lyse provides broad band services to cooperation partners. For further information check: http://www.lysekonsern.no/

Lyse Elnett AS shall now hold a competition for framework agreements for excavation services.

The framework agreements apply for the excavation of ditches and the laying of cables and pipelines for the companies in the Lyse group, for the development, maintenance and troubleshooting of infrastructure. The assignments will be in the Lyse companies' supply area in Nord-Jæren. The main user of the contracts will be Lyse Elnett, but other Lyse companies shall also be able to make call-offs on the contracts. The size of the assignments will vary, troubleshooting and minor assignments that require a short response time will have direct call-offs on the framework agreement. Major assignments will be awarded after mini-competitions have been held.

Trench-digging work

Lyse Elnett AS | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017
cpvs
45112100

Lyse is a Norwegian industrial group within energy and telecommunication, with the accompanying infrastructure. Lyse is owned by 16 municipalities in Sør-Rogaland. The entity covers the production and sale of energy and telecom products, as well as the development and operation of infrastructure. The group has its main activities and its main market in Sør-Rogaland, but it also provides services in a national market, in which Lyse provides broad band services to cooperation partners.

Lyse Elnett AS (the Company) is a 100 % owned subsidiary of Lyse AS; the controlling company in the Lyse group. The network company is responsible for development, operation and maintenance of the electricity network in the region.

For further information check: http://www.lysekonsern.no/

Lyse Elnett AS shall implement a competition for parallel framework agreements for excavation works. The assignments will be in the Lyse companies' supply area in Nord-Jæren. The main user of the contracts will be Lyse Elnett AS, but other Lyse companies shall also be able to make call-offs on the contracts.

The framework agreements apply for the excavation of ditches and the laying of cables and pipelines for the companies in the Lyse group, for the development, maintenance and troubleshooting of infrastructure. The size of the assignments will vary, troubleshooting and minor assignments that require a short response time will have direct call-offs on the framework agreement. Major assignments will be awarded after mini-competitions have been held (re-opening of the tender competition).

New Bryne vgs. Turnkey settlers C

Rogaland fylkeskommune | Published July 7, 2015
Winner
BRG Entreprenør AS
cpvs
45214500

This competition is a turnkey for new construction C which is a building totaling BTA 9062 m² attached new Bryne secondary school. Building C will include classrooms, workshops for technical industrial production and construction trades, offices and workrooms for teachers. This turnkey contract covers the construction of a complete functional and ready to use buildings. Executing contractor responsible for the contract includes all necessary work with respect. planning, design and execution.

New Bryne vgs. Turnkey settlers C

Rogaland fylkeskommune | Published December 11, 2014  -  Deadline February 19, 2015
cpvs
45214500

This competition is a turnkey newbuilding C which is a building totaling BTA 9062 m² associated new Bryne secondary schools. Building C will contain classrooms and workshops for technical industrial production and construction trades, offices and workrooms for teachers. This turnkey contract covers the construction of a complete functional and ready to use buildings. Executing contractor responsible for the contract includes all necessary work regarding. planning, design and execution.

Purchase of milling to Karmsund high school

Rogaland Fylkeskommune | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2015
cpvs
42623000, 42612000

Rogaland County at Karmsund high school, hereinafter referred to as the Principal, invites with this competition. Karmsund High School is a secondary school with five vocational programs. School owners Rogaland county. The school is located in Haugesund. Today there are approximately 800 pupils at the school, divided into 30 classes / groups. In addition, participants in Rogaland Training and Competence (RKK). One of the priority areas for school are Technical and industrial production (TIP), which is a huge market for the local and regional businesses. 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/48374283.aspx]]. Follow the instructions on the website.

Framework agreement - Assistance in connection with the preparation and development of a risk indicator for noise in the petroleum industry

Petroleumstilsynet (Ptil) | Published November 18, 2014  -  Deadline January 6, 2015
cpvs
71621000, 76000000

As part of the project risk level in the Norwegian petroleum activities (RNNP) have Sinus AS assisted PSA to develop a risk indicator for noise since 2002. The PSA needs to sign a new framework agreement to continue this work. Work to be done in the coming years based directly on the work Sinus AS has performed in connection with the development of risk indicators for noise RNNP project in the period 2002-2014. The project will continue and work include: • Processing of data reported in RNNP • Development of a risk indicator for noise and guidelines for reporting as required • Any other assistance in relation to noise and RNNP project

14/17258 Buying lathe and milling machine

Rogaland Fylkeskommune | Published November 24, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
cpvs
42620000, 42621000, 42623000

Rogaland County at Karmsund high school, hereinafter referred to as the Principal, invites with this competition. Karmsund High School is a secondary school with five vocational programs. School owners Rogaland county. The school is located in Haugesund. Today there are approximately 800 pupils at the school, divided into 30 classes / groups. In addition, participants in Rogaland Training and Competence (RKK). One of the priority areas for school are Technical and industrial production (TIP), which is a huge market for the local and regional businesses. Principal accept tenders for parts of the mission. Ie that providers are free to tender either milling or lathe, or any combination of these. Principal evaluates each part separately, and it can result in the awarding agreement to more than one provider based on this. 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/47752405.aspx]]. Follow the instructions on the website.

Kruse Marka - VVA plant

COWI AS | Published June 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
cpvs
45200000

The work includes mainly the following:

Hovedveg

The road constructed with longitudinal ditches and subsurface drainage.

Adkomstveg

80 meters.

This instituted curbs (2 cm "view") and asphalt (equivalent traffic island in Bjorhaugslettå west).

Industriveg

30 meters.

G / s-roads

It is regulated a larger g / s-road system in the area, of which these 430 meters are helping to sew system together.

Parking

The parking lot is being built with snuhammer.

Cord Construction VA:

VA facility is suitable for the development of both Kruse Marka industrial and further development east of Kruse Marka.

Cable Worker:

Amounts are included in the description.

Option - District Heating:

It should be given the option price on the construction of complete district heating systems to plot acc. drawing H101 and description.

Option - Cables:

The option assumes that the option for district heating is triggered.

14/17258 Purchase of lathe and milling machine

Rogaland Fylkeskommune | Published October 18, 2014  -  Deadline November 17, 2014
cpvs
42620000, 42621000, 42623000, 42612000, 42621100

Rogaland County Council by Karmsund high school, hereinafter called the Principal, invite to this contest. Karmsund High School is a secondary school with five vocational programs. School owners are Rogaland county. The school is located in Haugesund. Today there are approximately 800 pupils at the school, divided into 30 classes / groups. In addition, participants in Rogaland Training and Resource Centre (RKK). One of the focus areas for the school's Technical and industrial production (TIP), which is a huge market for the local and regional economy. Employer accepts an offer on parts of the mission. Ie that providers are free to tender for either milling machine, lathe, etc., or any combination thereof. The contracting authority evaluates each part separately and may result in the awarding the contract to more than one provider based on this. Principal uses Mercell Sourcing Service. To register your interest, and access to any documents, click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser. [[Http://permalink.mercell.com/46974040.aspx]]. Then follow the instructions on the website.
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