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Deer farm - prequalification big contract concerning. envelope.

Boligforeningen 3B | Published April 26, 2014  -  Deadline June 2, 2014
cpvs
45260000, 45210000, 71500000

Large Lot of work on the building envelope. The case concerns the renovation of a public housing complex in Herlev 1975 consisting of townhouses with a total of 310 homes and apartment blocks with a total of 536 residences. See also additional material concerning. contract - see section VI 6.3). The contract on the envelope containing re-insulation and cladding of gables on multi-storey buildings. New take on townhouses and apartment buildings, renovation of balconies on apartment buildings, concrete renovation of parterreetage in multi-storey buildings. Renovation of doors. The project is implemented with the support of the National Building Fund. There is construction scheduled to start in Q2 2015. This project is offered in 3 parallel large contracts respectively.: 1 Building envelope, 2 Bathrooms, installations and ventilation and air areas 3. This notice concerns therefore only the first big contract on 1st Constructions. The task is offered with a sample block and subsequent 2-3 stages. It is the originator's desire to establish an early collaboration between client, consultant, contractor and their key suppliers on the design and implementation so that the construction process continuously optimized for mutual economic benefit to the contractor and the customer.

bubble Envelopes

Danske Spil A/S | Published July 14, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
cpvs
30199230

Supply of bubble envelopes

printed window envelopes

Esbjerg Kommune, Indkøb, for 12-by-gruppen | Published March 9, 2012
Winner
F.E. Bording A/S Turbinevej 4-6 2730 Herlev DENMARK Telephone: +45 70115011 Internet address: febording.dk
cpvs
30199711, 30199712

Levering af Trykte kuverter til 12-by-gruppens indkøbscentral.

Renovation of the building envelope (façades and roofs) on existing patient building of 8 floors, Vendsyssel Hospital, Hjørring.

Region Nordjylland | Published November 14, 2013  -  Deadline December 16, 2013
cpvs
45000000

Turnkey. Performing façade renovation and roof renovation of existing patient building of turnkey. Facade renovation includes dismantling of existing cleaning balconies / sun protection, dismantling of existing building. facade panels, replacement windows, additional insulation and installation of new glass facade on the existing 8 storey facade. The new facade is expected to consist of approx. 3 600 m² emalitglas and about. 2 300 m² insulated aluminum plate, and approx. 4 200 m² new glass facade cassettes aluminiumsinddækninger. In addition, the roof of the building renovated with extra insulation and new cardboard approx. 1 000 m² roof. The task must be carried out as a turnkey contract and the tenderer contractor must therefore team up with architect and engineer. There is expanded outline proposals for construction of new facades and architectural service so limited to benefits in connection with the completion of projects. The new climate façade expected suspended in existing steel profiles. In forbindesle implementing facade refurbishment turnkey contractor perform Mock Up, after the client's approval to serve as reference for the performance of the entire facade renovation. The total renovation of the building must meet energy requirements by 2020.

Printed window envelopes

Aarhus Universitet | Published October 26, 2017  -  Deadline December 1, 2017
cpvs
30199711, 30199712, 30199730

This offer includes only purchases of business cards and envelopes where the Tenderer makes available a technical system for ordering these products.

On 15.1.2018 the agreement will enter into force and will last for 2 years. Then there is an option for extension 2 times 12 months.

The purpose of this offer is to conclude a single delivery agreement for the purchase of business cards and envelopes with print. This must be done by using a cloud-based system that is easily accessible to users and for administrators at the Order Manager is easy to manage. The price, quality of products and sustainability will be emphasized when the offers are evaluated. It is important for the Contractor to obtain as good prices for the products as possible while achieving a good and appropriate quality of both the products and the task of purchasing the products. Since both product types are desired to be purchased in the same system, this offer is not divided into sub-agreements.

Framework agreement concerning. Fulfillment campaign.

Fullfilment kampagne | Published March 29, 2014
Winner
Strålfors A/SMidtager 33Brøndby 2605
cpvs
22900000

Fulfillment Campaign - Print and Envelope thereof.

Energy optimization of Children Center Himmerland

Rebild Kommune | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
cpvs
45262690, 45331200

Through the renovation of the building envelope containing the outer and basement walls, crawl space, plinths, ceiling, skunk, windows and doors and setting up new ventilation system.

Information systems and servers

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) | Published August 7, 2015
Winner
Rittal A/S
cpvs
48800000, 48820000, 44211100

The contracting authority has bought a prefabricated modular server room (approx. 16 to 20 Rack) with flexible and rapid expansion options. The overall solution consists of design, production, delivery, installation and commissioning of prefabricated modular server rooms. The server room must have a power of 250 kW and should be placed in the open, incl. building envelope.

Delivery, installation and commissioning of a prefabricated modular server room to DTU Risø Campus.

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) | Published March 11, 2014  -  Deadline April 7, 2014
cpvs
48800000, 48820000, 44211100

The contracting authority wants to buy a prefabricated modular server room (approx. 16 to 20 Rack) with flexible and rapid expansion options. The overall solution consists of design, production, delivery, installation and commissioning of prefabricated modular server rooms. The server room must have a power of 250 kW and should be placed in the open, incl. building envelope.

Supply of prefabricated modular server room to DTU Risø Campus.

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) | Published December 14, 2013  -  Deadline January 13, 2014
cpvs
48800000, 48820000, 44211100

The contracting authority wants to buy a prefabricated modular server room with flexible and rapid expansion options. The overall solution consists of design, production, delivery, installation and commissioning of prefabricated modular server rooms. The server room should have a power of 1 MW and should be placed in the open, incl. building envelope.

Construction work

Bygningsstyrelsen | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 45200000, 45210000, 45300000

There are two building areas, one of which relates to building P31 and, second, the building D23 and DP25. Building P31. Laboratory Modernization of building P31 located in Foulum. 395 m2 of building area adapted for fish stalls. The rest remains in the fur department. Rebuilding portion adapted for experiments with fish where about half are infected fish (stables), while the remaining half is clean area - uninfected fish. GMO class 1. Building D23 and D25 project includes laboratory modernization of 2 buildings, respectively. building D23 and DP25 located in Foulum. Building D23. The building was constructed in the period 1984/85. Despite the relatively young age, envelope included, as the building's interior surfaces are worn. The building's use is not changed. Building envelope, surfaces and technical facilities, laboratories, etc. renovated to today's standard. Building DP25. The building is constructed with partial basement, which is decorated support facilities for laboratories as cold rooms, storage areas, etc. The building is listed in the 1987/88 period. Despite the relatively young age, envelope included, as the building's interior surfaces are worn. The building's use is not changed. Building envelope, surfaces and technical facilities, laboratories, etc. renovated to today's standard.

Works 2015 / S 044-075441

Bygningsstyrelsen | Published March 7, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 45200000, 45210000, 45300000

Works There are two building areas, one of which relates to building P31 and, second, the building D23 and DP25. Building P31. Laboratory Modernization of building P31 located in Foulum. 395 m2 of building area adapted for fish stalls. The rest remains in the fur department. Rebuilding portion adapted for experiments with fish where about half are infected fish (stables), while the remaining half is clean area - uninfected fish. GMO class 1. Building D23 and D25 project includes laboratory modernization of 2 buildings, respectively. building D23 and DP25 located in Foulum. Building D23. The building was constructed in the period 1984/85. Despite the relatively young age, envelope included, as the building's interior surfaces are worn. The building's use is not changed. Building envelope, surfaces and technical facilities, laboratories, etc. renovated to today's standard. Building DP25. The building is constructed with partial basement, which is decorated support facilities for laboratories as cold rooms, storage areas, etc. The building is listed in the 1987/88 period. Despite the relatively young age, envelope included, as the building's interior surfaces are worn. The building's use is not changed. Building envelope, surfaces and technical facilities, laboratories, etc. renovated to today's standard.

Construction 2014 / S 128-227928

Boligforeningen 3B | Published July 8, 2014  -  Deadline August 12, 2014
cpvs
45210000, 45260000, 71500000

Construction Large Lot of work on the building envelope. The case concerns the renovation of a public housing complex in Herlev 1975 consisting of townhouses with a total of 310 homes and apartment blocks with a total of 536 residences. See also additional material concerning. contract - see section VI.3). The contract on the envelope containing re-insulation and cladding of gables on multi-storey buildings. New take on townhouses and apartment buildings, renovation of balconies on apartment buildings, concrete renovation of parterreetage in multi-storey buildings. Renovation of doors. The project is implemented with the support of the National Building Fund. There is construction scheduled to start in Q2 2015. This project is offered in 3 parallel large contracts respectively.: 1) envelope 2) bathrooms, installations and ventilation, and 3) outdoor areas. This notice concerns all alone big contract for the building envelope. The task is offered with a sample block and 2 stages where the client has the opportunity to stop the process after the test block and the end of stage 1 is the originator wishes to establish an early collaboration between client, consultant, contractor and their key suppliers on the design and implementation that construction process continuously optimized for mutual economic benefit to the contractor and the contractor.

Financial leasing 2014 / S 018-027860

Region Midtjylland | Published January 25, 2014  -  Deadline March 5, 2014
cpvs
66114000

Finance leases Region Midtjylland hereby invites interested bidders to bid for the supply of a financial leasing arrangements at 125.4 million. USD in 2014-2015, with an option for another lease envelope of 100 million. USD in 2014-2015.

The provision of financial leasing arrangements.

Region Midtjylland | Published January 25, 2014  -  Deadline March 5, 2014
cpvs
66114000

Region Midtjylland hereby invites interested bidders to bid for the supply of a financial leasing arrangements at 125.4 million. USD in 2014-2015, with an option for another lease envelope of 100 million. USD in 2014-2015.

Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses

Aabenraa Andelsboligforening Afdeling 16 | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
cpvs
45211000

Total contract includes the design and execution of the renovation of the building envelope, roof, basement stairs and bathrooms of 48 townhouses in 3 levels and restoration of sewers, gardens and open spaces.

Printed window envelopes 2017 / S 206-424785

AARHUS UNIVERSITET | Published October 26, 2017  -  Deadline December 1, 2017
cpvs

Evaluation consultancy services

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published June 14, 2014
Winner
LTS International LtdPentlands Science Park, Bush LoanPenicuik EH26 0PL mail@ltsi.co.uk +44 1314405501 www.ltsi.co.uk+44 1314405500
cpvs
79419000, 75211200

The Danish climate change funding for developing countries is dominated by the Climate Envelope, which is the funding mechanism established as Denmark's contribution to Fast Start Finance after the non-binding agreement at COP15. The Danish Climate Envelope provides additional financing for mitigation and adaptation to climate change in developing countries. From 2008 to 2012 the Danish commitment has been about 1 500 000 000 DKK and an equal amount is expected to be committed from 2013 to 2015. A number of bilateral and multilateral interventions have been supported from the Climate Envelope through various funding modalities. For example, there was support to the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) and Least Developed Countries Fund (LCDF), and to bilateral programmes, e.g. in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Kenya. Until 2011 the Climate Envelope was managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). Since 2012 the annual Climate Envelope grants are divided equally into a Global Frame coordinated by the Ministry for Climate, Energy and Building (MCEB) and Poverty Frame managed by MFA. The Evaluation Department of Danida (EVAL) is now planning an independent evaluation of the Danish climate change funding for developing countries. The evaluation shall provide evidence of the outcomes of the climate change funding for forthcoming international policy dialogue on climate change, e.g. in the process of defining post-2015 development goals and the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is also the aim to provide evidence for addressing climate change in forthcoming Danida supported country programmes, and for any future Danish support to climate change finance in developing countries. An evaluation approach paper will be made available with the Terms of Reference for the evaluation. The evaluation approach paper will outline the purpose and scope of the evaluation as well as prioritise the climate change interventions to be evaluated by end-2014 and provide an overview of the management and process action plan of the evaluation. The evaluation will mainly focus at a prioritised selection of activities from the Climate Envelope portfolio but will also include other Danish support relevant to address climate change funding in particular in bilateral programmes. For multilateral interventions it is noted that an evaluation of CIF and other evaluations are ongoing and near completion. EVAL jointly with the GEF evaluation department has previously carried out an evaluation of LCDF (2009). The planned evaluation will be divided into 2 phases. The first phase will include an evaluation of the climate change commitments made until end-2012 and implemented until end of 2013. Several of these supported activities will be ongoing but near completion during the evaluation. The evaluation will be reported early 2015. An interim presentation should be available in October 2014 when Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presents the main report of the 5th Assessment Synthesis Report in Copenhagen. The optional second phase of the evaluation includes a real time evaluation that will be carried out until primo 2016. A format for the real time evaluation shall also be an output of the first phase. Requirements of Candidates applying for PQ: — experience with complex evaluations of development cooperation within natural resources, environment, agriculture or climate change in Africa, South Asia and/or South East Asia.

Evaluation of the Danish climate change funding for developing countries.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published January 10, 2014  -  Deadline February 10, 2014
cpvs
79419000, 75211200

The Danish climate change funding for developing countries is dominated by the Climate Envelope, which is the funding mechanism established as Denmark's contribution to Fast Start Finance after the non-binding agreement at COP15. The Danish Climate Envelope provides additional financing for mitigation and adaptation to climate change in developing countries. From 2008 to 2012 the Danish commitment has been about 1.5 billion DKK and an equal amount is expected to be committed from 2013 to 2015. A number of bilateral and multilateral interventions have been supported from the Climate Envelope through various funding modalities. For example, there was support to the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) and Least Developed Countries Fund (LCDF), and to bilateral programmes, e.g. in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Kenya. Until 2011 the Climate Envelope was managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). Since 2012 the annual Climate Envelope grants are divided equally into a Global Frame coordinated by the Ministry for Climate, Energy and Building (MCEB) and Poverty Frame managed by MFA. The Evaluation Department of Danida (EVAL) is now planning an independent evaluation of the Danish climate change funding for developing countries. The evaluation shall provide evidence of the outcomes of the climate change funding for forthcoming international policy dialogue on climate change, e.g. in the process of defining post-2015 development goals and the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is also the aim to provide evidence for addressing climate change in forthcoming Danida supported country programmes, and for any future Danish support to climate change finance in developing countries. An evaluation approach paper will be made available with the Terms of Reference for the evaluation. The evaluation approach paper will outline the purpose and scope of the evaluation as well as prioritise the climate change interventions to be evaluated by end 2014 and provide an overview of the management and process action plan of the evaluation. The evaluation will mainly focus at a prioritized selection of activities from the Climate Envelope portfolio but will also include other Danish support relevant to address climate change funding in particular in bilateral programmes. For multilateral interventions it is noted that an evaluation of CIF and other evaluations are ongoing and near completion. EVAL jointly with the GEF evaluation department has previously carried out an evaluation of LCDF (2009). The planned evaluation will be divided into two phases. The first phase will include an evaluation of the climate change commitments made until end 2012 and implemented until end of 2013. Several of these supported activities will be ongoing but near completion during the evaluation. The evaluation will be reported early 2015. An interim presentation should be available in October 2014 when Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) presents the main report of the 5th Assessment Synthesis Report in Copenhagen. The optional second phase of the evaluation includes a real time evaluation that will be carried out until primo 2016. A format for the real time evaluation shall also be an output of the first phase. Requirements of Candidates applying for PQ: — Experience with complex evaluations of development cooperation within natural resources, environment, agriculture or climate change in Africa, South Asia and/or South East Asia.

Partnering Agreement for the renovation of Tove Ditlevsens School and Højdevangens School.

Københavns Ejendomme, Økonomiforvaltningen — Københavns Ejendomme | Published February 12, 2014
Winner
Jakon A/SBaltorpbakken 9Ballerup 2750
cpvs
45214200

The overall renovation of Tove Ditlevsens School and Højdevangens School. Essentially, the task partial renovation of facades and building envelope, partial construction of mechanical ventilation, partial renovation of the heating system, partial renovation of the interior walls, ceilings and floor surfaces and minor alterations, the extent of which shall be determined by the team's dialogue with the client and users.