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Current Tenders


Intelligent Traffic Monitoring and Control System

Deadline: March 4, 2021 Issued by: City of Estepona
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The installation of a traffic visualisation and control system, through the installation of a DPC (Data Processing Centre) with real-time connection to the different video cameras installed in the different points of the traffic network of the municipality. The system must be intelligent, allow the reading of number plates, geopositioning of the vehicles, determine and categorise their characteristics, interconnect in real time, record and store all types of data and images in a central server, which will be located in the facilities provided by the City Council for this purpose. However, all the functions of intelligent analysis of the image by means of artificial intelligence will be applied at the edge, i.e. in the video camera itself, without the need to use central servers. For traffic monitoring and control it will be necessary to install cameras in 72 different locations.







Consulting Services on EMobility

Deadline: March 4, 2021 Issued by: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Type: RFP Country: Panama Language: English

A company, a non-profit organization or a consortium with presence in Latin America and the Caribbean is required to support the implementation of the project “Advancing with a regional approach towards e-mobility in Latin America” at the regional level. Given that e-mobility entails a novel technology that is evolving rapidly, the project requires a Regional Implementation Partner to provide technical knowledge of trends, research, analysis, and developments worldwide. Thus, the Regional Implementation Partner must provide bases and technical inputs to the relevant stakeholders of the participating countries, mainly but not limited to transport, energy, and environment ministries. The organization to be hired must have information and knowledge of best practices at the international level - both from Latin America and other regions around the world - and demonstrated experience related to e-mobility. The work required from the Regional Implementation Partner is divided into three objectives:

  1. Improved understanding by national and regional stakeholders of the existing e-mobility technical capacities and technologies in participating countries.
  2. Identify and improve current policy and business models for e-mobility for all vehicle usage and
  3. Supporting the regional governance of e-mobility.







National Transport Master Plan

Deadline: March 4, 2021 Issued by: Rwanda Transport Development Agency (RTDA)
Type: EOI Country: Rwanda Language: English

The government of Rwanda through the Rwanda Transport Development Agency under the Ministry of Infrastructure have received financing from the International Development Association towards the cost of the Lake Victoria Transport Program and intends to engage a consultant for the preparation of a National Transport Master Plan subsequently formulate the detailed transport strategies for a short-term, medium-term and long-term basis to achieve transport vision of the government. The consulting services include but are not limited to the following:

  1. To review the outdated Transport Strategic Master Plan, past development strategies, current development plans as well as future in line with transport aspirations towards supporting the government development strategies.
  2. To review and assess the role, structure and capacity of institutions responsible for the transport sector in Rwanda, with recommendations on capacity building needs, institutional and technical support.
  3. To review the current legal and regulatory framework in the sector aligned with regional and international laws/regulatory framework/best practices in attaining sustainability, compatibility with regional economic communities.
  4. To review existing and future trnasport asset management initiatives and develop models to keep road transport, railway, aviation, pipeline, and inland waterways in Rwanda assets at optimum economic assets values.
  5. To conduct a robust assessment of current and projected demand (modelling) in the transport sector, covering road transport (private, collective and freight), railway, inland waterway transport and air transport for the base year 2020, and subsequently, recommend infrastructure and service levels to enable Rwanda achieving medium-term and long-term plans/vision.
  6. To review and compare the structure of transport costs for all modes (infrastructure and services) and identify the reasons for these differences.
  7. To review the past and current transport funding schemes and recommend sustainable future financing arrangements (models) from private funding, public funding or hybrid to deliver the proposed infrastructure and services toward supporting economic transformation.
  8. To develop a transport infrastructure prioritisation (models) with their various funding mechanisms by sub-sectors for short, medium and long-term, consistent with current and projected demand with integrating climate resilience, IT and safety.
  9. To consider cross-cutting themes in the transport sector investment plans such as universal access (e.g., gender, vulnerable users, consideration of youth, impaired and elderly people), safety, efficiency and green mobility (including climate change, low carbon growth, environmental and social inclusiveness) and
  10. To assess and enhance the employment opportunities in transport sector, particularly focusing on enhancement of the equal opportunities for men and women.







Climate Action Plan

Deadline: March 4, 2021 Issued by: Town of Wellesley
Type: RFP Country: US Language: English

The Town of Wellesley (Town), acting through its Sustainable Energy Committee (SEC), is seeking a Consultant or Consultant Team (Consultant) to provide services to support development of a town-wide Climate Action Plan (CAP, Plan). The Plan will serve as a comprehensive road map for achieving town-wide net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050 and interim emissions reduction goals of 50% and 75% below 2007 levels by 2030 and 2040, respectively. This road map will also detail economic, public health, equity, and other benefits of addressing climate change. The successful consultant will provide the skills, tools, and analyses necessary for creating a road map for achieving town-wide GHG emission reduction and resilience goals.The Consultant will review Wellesley’s GHG inventory and relevant data, studies, and reports; project GHG emissions out to 2050 using one or more business-as-usual scenarios; and carry out analyses to assist the Town in determining broad emissions objectives. Consultant investigations at a more granular level will further support the Town in evaluating, prioritizing, and timing specific climate actions, especially in the areas of energy, buildings and mobility. Action evaluation will include consideration of GHG reductions; economic, public health and equity impacts and opportunities; and feedback gathered by the SEC via engagement with stakeholder groups. The Consultant will complete one or more implementation templates detailing steps, timing, financing, barriers, equity considerations, resilience co-benefits and indicators of success for the highest priority actions. The Consultant will produce a graphically oriented executive summary that the Town can expand into a full Climate Action Plan.







Surface Water Quality Monitoring Solutions

Deadline: March 5, 2021 Issued by: Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI)
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The purpose of this contract is to develop solutions in the field of surface water quality monitoring. The aim is to contract innovative solutions, which do not exist on the market, that can solve the public needs detected by the Ministry of Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (Directorate General for Water) and that can be validated in a pre-operational environment provided by the aforementioned Administration. The value of the R&D services must be the major part of the tender price. The following considerations should be taken into account when addressing this technological challenge:

  1. The system to be implemented should consist of innovative technologies that are in a laboratory-scale validation stage and are not on the market. Consequently, the proposed system cannot be based solely on a set of continuous measurement probes or sensors with technology already available on the market.
  2. The stations must have a reliability equivalent or superior to the Automatic warning stations (EAA) of the SAICA Network (the current network to monitor the quality) in the generation of alerts.
  3. The network will be designed with the objective of significantly reducing the current costs of the SAICA network, both in implementation and in operation and maintenance. The new instrumentation must be capable of measuring and/or estimating with high reliability and continuously the trends recorded for at least the following parameters at each control point: conductivity, pH, turbidity and dissolved oxygen.
  4. The equipment to be installed must generate early warnings, established for each measurement parameter considered and depending on whether or not certain alert and alarm threshold limits are exceeded.
  5. The equipment must send data in real time to the Basin Control Center (CCC) for processing, treatment, validation and storage. This information must be able to be integrated into the same data management system as that currently in place for the SAICA Network.
  6. The equipment must have its own autonomy, and must incorporate one or more sources of electrical power supply, as well as the possibility of storing the recorded data locally for three days so that, in the event of communications failure, the data will not be lost.
  7. The equipment must be adaptable in terms of the possibility of accepting particular variants, present or future, in its acquisition elements, measurement techniques, and formats accepted in relation to communications with the CCC.
  8. The implementation of elements and technologies should be aimed at minimising preventive and corrective maintenance work at the stations, in such a way as to enable a significant reduction in future maintenance costs in relation to the current EAA. In this respect, it is necessary that they incorporate self-cleaning systems, in order to ensure less human intervention and longer autonomy periods.
  9. Equipment should be capable of adapting to the particular circumstances of each monitoring station site.
  10. The support systems of the warning stations shall be stable against floods and other hydrometeorological circumstances, and have features that dissuade theft or damage due to vandalism of the system.
  11. It will be positively valued that the monitoring stations are able to measure or estimate indirectly also some of the following parameters: ammonium, phosphates, nitrates; level of water; panoramic photography of the control point and surface appearance of the water in the riverbed, in real time, absorbance to determine organic matter, chemical oxygen demand, water temperature, suspended solids and ambient temperature and
  12. The system is able to monitor not only the quality of natural waters, but also wastewater discharges.







Stormwater Management Planning Priorities 2021-2025

Deadline: March 5, 2021 Issued by: Government of South Australia
Type: RFT Country: Australia Language: English

The Stormwater Management Authority (SMA) seeks the services of suitably qualified providers (or consortia of providers) to assist in the development and documentation of its investment priorities for the preparation of stormwater management plans (SMPs). The scope of the services includes:

  1. Developing and documenting a framework which can be used to prioritise catchments for the development of a new stormwater management plan or revision of an existing stormwater management plan, by identifying suitable prioritisation criteria, metrics and thresholds and identifying data and information that is available, or that can be synthesized, that can inform prioritisation.
  2. Applying the framework across South Australia to identify priority catchments for preparation or revision of stormwater management plans within an indicative five-year planning horizon.
  3. Preparing a draft summary document for consultation which outlines the catchments selected as priorities and the rationale for their selection.
  4. With the assistance of the SMA, undertaking targeted consultation on the summary document with key stakeholders, primarily state government agencies and local government authorities and
  5. Preparing a final summary document for publication by the SMA and a final report documenting the project.

Innovative or alternative approaches to delivering the scope of services are welcome and will be considered on merit.







Solar Sidewalk

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: Marshalls Energy Company
Type: RFQ Country: Marshall Islands Language: English

The Marshalls Energy Company invites sealed quotations from eligible bidders for design, construct and install a solar sidewalk system in Ebeye Island, the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Eligible bidders should have experience in the construction of at least one contract of the nature and complexity equivalent to the works described in this invitation, in the last three years and should provide evidence of financial resources to successfully complete the works.







Consultancy, Design and Factory of Innovative Services for the Digital Transformation of the Community of Madrid

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: Community of Madrid
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The purpose of this Framework Agreement is the identification and approval of supplier companies for the provision of consultancy, design, development, operation and maintenance services for digitalisation and innovation solutions in a specific number of functional areas of the Autonomous Community of Madrid, related to the competencies of the different Departments, in relation to processes, tasks, protocols or specific actions, and focused on the experience of citizens and/or public employees and the use of new digital methodologies and/or disruptive technologies. The selection of supplier companies will be based on different types of actions and methodologies or technologies related to digital transformation, and their specific execution will be proposed by Madrid Digital (MD) to the companies awarded the Framework Agreement by means of Based Contracts. In order to address this objective, this Framework Agreement will be divided into 2 execution lots: 1) Consultancy and Design Lot, whose object is the performance of works whose scope is the analysis and identification of best practices in the sector and the identification of new trends in Digital Transformation, the development of a methodology for the design of digital services for the Community of Madrid, the digital transformation of a set of services to be identified, the digital training required by this digital transformation and the governance of the different innovative projects and services; and 2) Digital Innovation Factory Lot, which will enable the development of the innovative services identified within this Framework Agreement.







Backflow Test Management Software

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: City of Santa Monica
Type: RFP Country: US Language: English

The City of Santa Monica is inviting proposals from contractors interested in providing a comprehensive backflow testing management software to input, validate, track, and manage water backflow testing and notifications to Santa Monica Water customers. The requested application will ideally be a cloud-based system with dedicated customer support. The initial term are three years, with five options for renewal of one year each, to be exercised at the City’s sole discretion. It should incorporate the following features:

  1. Customer account management and notices
  2. Reporting functionality
  3. Help desk / technical support
  4. Testing validation and
  5. Network and security requirements







eCargo Bikes

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: City of Aberdeen
Type: RFT Country: UK Language: English

Aberdeen City Council is a partner in Interreg North West Europe’s ‘Fuel Cell Cargo Pedelecs’ (FCCP) project. The aim of the project is to deploy hydrogen powered cargo bikes to aid with last mile delivery in Aberdeen City Centre. This will be achieved by integrating hydrogen fuel cell technology into an existing cargo bike model which will result in the deployment of a compact, zero emission delivery vehicle. The vehicles will be available to trial for multiple users, including courier companies, private businesses and public sector organisations. The bikes and container must:

  1. Be delivered within 12 weeks of Award of Contract.
  2. Have a minimum container capacity of 2m³.
  3. Have a weight load range of 300kg (including driver, container and payload).
  4. Provide weather protection for the rider.
  5. Have a minimum of three wheels to cope with weight load and terrain and
  6. Sufficient surface area to incorporate a fuel cell stack (approx. 13x26.8x12.25cm) and Type 3 H2 Storage Cylinder (approx. 17.7kg - length 730mm x 281mm) without encroaching on storage capacity.

This is a development project and, as such, the Tenderer shall be expected to liaise with manufacturers of other elements to ensure that the required hydrogen systems can be successfully integrated to the bike. As such, a degree of flexibility and problem solving must be expected. The Successful Tendered shall sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement which will enable sharing bike CAD Design with project partners and contractors who are supplying other elements of the bike (storage tank, fuel cell stack and data unit) to ensure successful integration of all units. The Goods will be delivered to Aberdeen, Scotland. The Goods will be covered by a 12 month warranty.







Hydrogen Fuel Cell Subsystems

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: City of Aberdeen
Type: RFT Country: UK Language: English

Aberdeen City Council is a partner in Interreg North West Europe’s ‘Fuel Cell Cargo Pedelecs’ (FCCP) project. The aim of the project is to deploy hydrogen powered cargo bikes to aid with last mile delivery in Aberdeen City Centre. This will be achieved by integrating hydrogen fuel cell technology into an existing cargo bike model which will result in the deployment of a compact, zero emission delivery vehicle. The vehicles will be available to trial for multiple users, including courier companies, private businesses and public sector organisations. The fuel cell subsystem will be integrated into an existing ecargo bike, alongside other complementary elements including hydrogen fuel tank and data acquisition. The fuel cell subsystem must:

  1. Be delivered within 12 weeks of contract.
  2. Consist of: a fuel cell stack; the necessary amount of cooling fans, valves and pipes; and a connection to a tank.
  3. Have power capacity of 400w.
  4. Be adaptable to a 48v bicycle lithium battery system.
  5. Operate at a temperature from -10? to 40?.
  6. Consist of a compact fuel cell stack (approx. 13x26.8x12.25cm).
  7. Have metallic bipolar plates.
  8. Allow for airflow optimised housing of fan duct and
  9. Be designed for mobile application and, as such, consist of shock resistant materials and low gravimetric mass.

This is a development project and, as such, the Tenderer shall be expected to liaise with manufacturers of other elements of the bike to ensure that the fuel cell subsystem can be successfully integrated to the bike. As such, a degree of flexibility and problem solving must be expected. The Successful Tenderer shall sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement which will enable sharing bike CAD Design with project partners and contractors who are supplying other elements of the bike (storage tank, fuel cell stack and data unit) to ensure successful integration of all units. The Goods will be delivered to Aberdeen, Scotland. The Goods will be covered by a 12 month warranty.







Flood Relief Scheme

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: County of Clare
Type: RFT Country: Ireland Language: English

Provision of a storm sewer network survey and associated services as required by Clare County Council Ireland, as part of the Shannon Town and environs flood relief scheme. The aim of the survey is to assess the current conditions of the existing drainage assets and to identify the current capacity and any spare hydraulic capacity within the systems to deal with a range of potential flood scenarios and any future expansions of the subject areas. This will include below ground network inspection techniques, sewer cleaning/unblocking, pump station hydraulic tests, flow and rainfall data collection. The sewer network to be surveyed comprises 23 no. stormwater culverts (and associated manholes) and 3 No. pumping stations (including flow monitors and pump loggers). The survey scope also includes installation of and monitoring at 39 No. flow and water level monitoring locations, 4 No. temporary rain gauge locations and 4 No. water level(only) monitoring location. Flow and rainfall data shall be recorded at the locations set out in this specification shall be provided in a format compatible for use with Infoworks ICM Software. The objective of the sewer network survey and associated services will be to establish the following:

  1. Layout of the sewer network.
  2. Data capture of the below ground assets.
  3. Identification of silt levels in the sewer network and need for sewer cleaning.
  4. Determination of performance of network pumping stations.
  5. Internal structural and operational condition of the sewer network.
  6. Cross connections between combined network and the storm network.
  7. Recording of sewer network performance in relation to rainfall.
  8. Analysis and documentation of the results of the surveys.
  9. Production of reports including photos.
  10. Production of surface water sewer plan layouts and longitudinal sections for all surface water sewers in CAD and PDF formats and
  11. Production of detailed plan and sections for all pumping stations identified in CAD and PDF formats.

The sewer network survey and associated services to be carried out under this framework will comprise CCTV survey, sewer cleaning (to facilitate CCTV), rainfall gauging, flow monitoring, depth monitoring; pump logging, dye-testing, ancillary asset surveys, pumping station surveys, manhole surveys, factual and interpretative reporting and any ancillary works associated with the above. The works may also include, in conjunction with the works listed above, ancillary works including but not limited to property access arrangements, health and safety, traffic management and other incidental works.







Supply and Installation of Mini-stations & Associated Services

Deadline: March 8, 2021 Issued by: French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks (INERIS)
Type: RFT Country: France Language: French

This contract covers the following deliverables: 1) Four connected autonomous mini-stations dedicated to air quality monitoring (nitrogen dioxide, PM10, PM2.5, PM1, temperature, relative humidity and pressure); 2) A gateway system allowing the uploading of air quality monitoring data from third party reference analysers; and 3) The implementation of an Internet platform on which the web services will have to offer, among other things, the monitoring, historical data and management of the data acquired by the mini-stations and instruments connected to the mini-stations or to the gateway. The mini-stations must allow the monitoring of nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter concentrations but the modular design of the station must allow the monitoring of other pollutions by replacing the sensitive element. Finally, the contract also includes installation, configuration, assistance in the use of the equipment and a warranty on parts and labour as well as a maintenance contract. Monitoring of regulatory pollutants requires the use of reference methods (or deemed equivalent). In parallel with these reference methods, Ineris now wants to have equipment to carry out monitoring of pollutants simultaneously at different points, in real-time, on site, in complete autonomy and with remote data recovery. The equipment must allow monitoring of one or more pollutants according to its configuration. The sensitive elements must be easily interchangeable («Plug & Play»).







Energy Coaching

Deadline: March 9, 2021 Issued by: Ghent Environment and Climate Service
Type: RFT Country: Belgium Language: Dutch

The services to be performed are the individual coaching of Ghent companies and the tertiary sector, in order to achieve significant CO2 emission reductions. More concretely:

  1. Investigating opportunities for energy efficiency and coaching the company to invest effectively in the long and short term in Radiation Use Efficiency (RUE) measures.
  2. Especially with regard to the building-related measures, look ahead as much as possible to the climate-neutral objectives by 2050 and take into account the replacement and investment programmes of companies over the next 30 years.
  3. Investigate and stimulate potential investments in renewable energy, whether or not via third-party financing and
  4. Structural integration of energy management in the company policy, so that also after the coaching, the company can autonomously follow and realise opportunities with regard to energy saving and renewable energy.







Virtual Transport Cards

Deadline: March 9, 2021 Issued by: Government of the Community of Madrid
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The object of the tender is the creation of a virtual transport card service based on the operating systems model. In principle, the structure of the card, the memory map, obeys the CRTM transport card. But in this specification we understand the concept of card in its widest sense (the equivalent in the world of physical cards to the chip licence) which can be structured according to the interests of CRTM, and can evolve its application file structure or even a wallet, transforming the CRTM transport card into a mobility card as a service or a citizen's card. The scope of the contract includes the integration with the CRTM backoffice and the emulation of the CRTM transport card on the user's terminal, which means that this contract covers the secure IT process that guarantees the emulation of CRTM transport cards in the smartphone environment.







Remote Data Access Solution

Deadline: March 9, 2021 Issued by: European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Ltd
Type: RFT Country: UK Language: English

EMEC wish to appoint a contractor to provide a cloud-based system to interface with the existing control systems onboard the Orbital O2 tidal turbine. The solution will periodically collect data from the existing Beckhoff control system, passing this data to remote servers for long term storage, from which users can access both historical and live data. The system will simplify and streamline data retrieval, provide the right data to the right people at the right time, validate turbine performance against models and provide a proactive/condition-based maintenance. Contractor’s scope of work shall include, but is not to be limited, to:

  1. Provision of hardware and software licences covering the scope of work.
  2. Provision of functional design specification, operating manuals and other key design documents.
  3. Configuration of all hardware and software as required by the scope of work.
  4. Installation of hardware (to be completed as soon as possible) and software.
  5. Testing and commissioning of system components.
  6. Training for operators and engineers and
  7. Ongoing support, updates and licencing.







SaaS Water Quality & Environmental Monitoring System

Deadline: March 9, 2021 Issued by: Gladstone Regional Council
Type: RFT Country: Australia Language: English

Gladstone Regional Council (GRC) requires a suitably qualified and experienced service provider to configure and oversee the implementation of a Water Quality & Environmental Monitoring System (WQ&EMS) Software as a Service Solution (SaaS). This SaaS will be used to store, extract, trend and report drinking water, waste water, biosolids, groundwater and soil monitoring data for both regulatory and internal purposes. The contract will include:

  1. Initial configuration of a SaaS for drinking water quality module.
  2. Modification/adaptation of this system to incorporate wastewater, biosolids and groundwater/soil monitoring modules.
  3. Implementation of the software solution within GRC’s network.
  4. Provision of training to GRC staff on the use of the system.
  5. Provision of written handover documentation (e.g. user manuals, system architecture).
  6. Load historical data from the existing inhouse Water Quality Management System (WQMS) and
  7. Ongoing application support.







Tourist Inside Rias Baixas Initiative

Deadline: March 10, 2021 Issued by: RED
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The actions to be carried out are the following:

  1. Smart tourist destination platform
  2. Visitor reception centre and tourist offices
  3. Content management system
  4. Interactive totems
  5. Interactive map
  6. Generation of digital content and immersive technology
  7. Tourist mobile application
  8. Smart waste management
  9. Beach control and monitoring
  10. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution
  11. Evolution of software systems
  12. Intelligent Tourist Signalling System (Beacons)
  13. Weather stations and
  14. Social network analysis.

The work to be carried out by the tenderer is considered as turnkey, and therefore the tenderer must supply all the necessary hardware, software, accessories and materials, as well as the appropriate technical staff.







Traffic Studies and Data Collection

Deadline: March 10, 2021 Issued by: Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and the Sea
Type: RFT Country: France Language: French

The services covered by this contract concern traffic studies necessary for the modernization, operation and maintenance of Île-de-France Roads Directorate (DiRIF) on the National Road Network (RRN) in Île-de-France. These operations relate to all the departments of the Île-de-France region (75, 77, 78, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95). The general content of the mission relates in particular to the realization of all or part of the following services constituting traffic studies:

  1. data collection and traffic measurements
  2. analysis of a data collection on a traffic topic
  3. creation or adaptation of a model
  4. model calibration
  5. simulations
  6. development proposals and
  7. advice and assistance.

The mission includes the implementation of all the means necessary for the execution of services.







On-Call Transportation Demand

Deadline: March 10, 2021 Issued by: City of San Francisco
Type: RFP Country: US Language: English

The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA) is pleased to issue this request for proposals (RFP) for as-needed professional services related to the planning and implementation of transportation demand management (TDM) projects, programs, services, and policies (Services) [...] Proposers must be able to provide a broad range of services related to the planning and implementation of TDM projects, programs, services, and policies. These Services will be performed as-needed through issuance of task orders. In each task order, the SFMTA will set forth a detailed scope of the Services to be performed. These are types of tasks the SFMTA may require under a task order:

  1. TDM strategic planning and program development
  2. Research and evaluation
  3. Marketing & communications
  4. TDM coordinator services and
  5. Event planning and execution

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Bicycle Lockers

Deadline: March 10, 2021 Issued by: Municipality of Clichy
Type: RFT Country: France Language: French

On 24 December 2019, the National Assembly approved the Mobility Orientation Law (LOM), one of the key measures of which is the implementation of an unprecedented National Bicycle Plan. Its objective is to triple the modal share of cycling by 2024 (from 3% to 9%). Today, there are still many obstacles to the use of bicycles: a feeling of road insecurity, objective insecurity, theft of bicycles, lack of parking space, appropriate facilities and bicycle services, etc. To encourage the adoption of this environmentally friendly mode of transport and make it competitive for commuting, solutions must be developed to combat theft, among other things. As part of its 2020-2026 Soft Mobility Plan and for the reasons set out above, the Municipality of Clichy wishes to generalise the provision of secure bicycle parking by installing several closed bicycle lockers. This would provide Clichy residents and workers with a comprehensive system of long-term bicycle parking. The latter would be able to come to their workplaces by bike and then park their bikes in the lockers all day long without worrying about the risk of theft and without obstructing street furniture that is not dedicated to this purpose. The locations of the lockers are defined as close as possible to old residential buildings, commercial lines and economic districts in places that are frequented, accessible and functional and will be transmitted to the contractor. The lockers must include a secure access, connected access system, door closing/opening device, access badges that can be encoded, bike racks (safe and practical, 3-point attachment of bikes possible) and LED lighting systems.







Air Emissions Inventory 2011-2019

Deadline: March 11, 2021 Issued by: Ministry of Finance
Type: RFP (Twinning Call) Country: Montenegro Language: English

The specific objective of the call is to build the capacity of Nature and Environmental Protection Agency of Montenegro (NEPA) for regular reporting on air emissions and emissions of greenhouse gasses (GHG) and to enable the sustainability of the national air emission and GHG inventory system [...] Currently, the capacities of NEPA Montenegro, national competent authority for the compilation of air emissions inventory, are not sufficient and a large part of software tools for inventory establishment and maintenance are missing. Without an extended capacity building for the development of necessary software tools and inventory maintenance, which will result in the production of air emission data for the period 2011-2019, it would be impossible for Montenegro to define its national emission reduction commitments and develop a national air pollution control programme as required by Directive (EU) 2016/2284. Tools developed and capacities improved will serve to maintain the air emission inventory in years to come and perform an integrated action with obligations related to reporting of greenhouse gas emissions. To that aim, it is necessary to update the emission data and recalculate existing inventories making it comparable with the base year (2005).







Mobility and Infill Acceleration Study

Deadline: March 12, 2021 Issued by: County of Placer
Type: RFP Country: Canada Language: English

The county of Placer is soliciting proposals for the Placer County Mobility and Infill Acceleration Study. This RFP will result in the award of one contract to be effective for an initial term of approximately two years, with an option to renew the contract for two additional one-year periods at the County's discretion. The following outcomes will be achieved through the Placer County Mobility and Infill Acceleration Study:

  1. Identify ways to reduce barriers to promote shorter and fewer trips through infill development and increase housing options.
  2. Identify and case study (in five locations) if infrastructure investment in infill opportunity areas creates a positive return on investment.
  3. Lay groundwork for targeted General Plan policy update with a focus on mobility options (e.g. biking and walking), and infill and development along transportation corridors (i.e. multi-modal priority areas).
  4. Demonstrate how mobility options including active transportation and innovative Transit Solutions, create more sustainable communities.
  5. Work collaboratively with Department of Public Works, other County departments, decision makers, and various stakeholders to address land use and transportation throughout Placer County.
  6. Evaluate opportunities to strengthen local plans and ordinances and find creative ways to implement them and
  7. Build culture of engagement with diverse populations throughout Placer County.







Bengaluru Metro Rail Project

Deadline: March 13, 2021 Issued by: Asian Development Bank
Type: RFP Country: India Language: English

The main objective of this assignment is to help Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) and Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) to ensure transit oriented development is planned and delivered along the identified metro corridors to set new benchmarks for sustainable, inclusive growth and restructuring of the city; physical infrastructure and operational (service and financial) improvements are planned for all public transport (PT), intermediate public transport (IPT) and non-motorised transport (NMT) to enable an effective modal shift towards low carbon modes while ensuring social inclusiveness through equitable access to the urban transport system for all users irrespective of gender, age and socio-economic profile; and capacity building for state agencies is undertaken such that the planning, design and implementation of related projects can be led successfully and efficiently and conditions of ownership and commitment can be created for a lasting legacy. The scope of the project is:

  1. To plan and incentivize TOD as a tool to realign densities and accommodate growth.
  2. Sustainable mobility that provides efficient, accessible, eco-friendly, safe and convenient transportation options.
  3. Strengthening of agencies to undertake all tasks related to the planning, designing, operations and management of TODs and MMI in the city with technical finesse and
  4. Development and implementation of an outreach and communication strategy.







Integrated Transportation Management System (ITMS) Software

Deadline: March 15, 2021 Issued by: Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)
Type: RFI Country: US Language: English

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has initiated an effort to acquire a statewide Integrated Transportation Management System (ITMS) to be used primarily by MassDOT’s Highway Operations Center (HOC) in South Boston […] The mission of the HOC is to provide a reliable and sustained means of monitoring state roadways, tunnel networks, and facilities ensuring public safety on a 24 hour basis. The primary goal of this RFI is to gather information from qualified parties to inform MassDOT of industry capabilities for Transportation Management Center software products, systems, and services.







Cooperative Intelligent Transport

Deadline: March 15, 2021 Issued by: Ministry of Ecological Transition
Type: RFT Country: France Language: French

Cooperative intelligent transport systems are based on interoperability and communication between the different road entities (vehicles, road infrastructure, communication infrastructure, etc.) with the aim of improving safety and comfort for users. The C-ITS are divided into three operating modes: vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), sensors embedded in each vehicle collect information and transmit to other vehicles; vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), on-board sensors transmit information to the management centre of traffic; infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V), information entered by the manager from an I2V management centre. traffic are sent to vehicles in the vicinity of the area concerned and are displayed in the passenger compartment. The purpose of this contract is to provide the Ministry of Ecological Transition, more specifically the Interdepartmental Directorate of North-Western Roads, with the assistance required to implement and deploy European projects on cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS). Within the framework of this contract, the different services requested are:

  1. Proofreading or supervision of the proofreading of an internal or national working group or possibly European.
  2. The piloting of technical activities.
  3. The management of the installation or updating of the SCOOP@F Platform.
  4. Assistance with the proofreading or drafting of documents (opinions, summaries, translations, etc.) for the benefit of working groups of the various ongoing projects.
  5. The creation of communication elements.
  6. Assistance to the project owner in the choice of a project manager and specialised design offices and
  7. Assistance with the logistical organisation of meetings, test days, etc.







Environmental Labelling for Aviation

Deadline: March 15, 2021 Issued by: European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
Type: RFT Country: Germany Language: EU official languages

EASA received a mandate to develop an Environmental Labelling system for aviation. This contract will support the implementation of the pilot phase of the project with a focus on refining existing metrics and developing an approach towards life cycle assessments to underpin the labels for aircraft, airlines and flights. This project will provide solutions to allow easily accessible information on environmental performance in aviation to the travelling public and people living near airports. The project will develop the methodologies, fully in line with the taxonomy methodology the European Commission is currently developing- including the technical criteria, to assess the aircraft and airline operation externalities. The project will develop specific rules to measure the environmental footprint, and ways to communicate it. The main activities shall focus on developing notably the necessary metrics, governance, communication design and deliver input to the IT platform currently under development at the Agency. The overall objective is to increase awareness and transparency and ultimately support aviation actors to engage in a more sustainable path and passengers and other actors in making more sustainable choices by providing the travelling public with harmonised, reliable and easily understandable information on aviation’s environmental performance. The intention is to focus on environmental performance and how to improve it. The project will thus be implemented in line with the Commission’s European Green Deal initiative to combat ‘green washing’ by providing “reliable, comparable and verifiable information” which “plays an important part in enabling buyers to make more sustainable decisions and reduces the risk of ‘green washing’. The technical tasks to be undertaken are: 1) Aircraft technology environmental performance and labelling. The aircraft level label aims to provide transparency to passengers and general public on the performance of the aircraft and its engine on key environmental concerns, including level of emission per passenger. To achieve this, existing certification metrics on CO2 emissions, other engine emissions (in particular NOx and Particulate Matter) and Noise during the operational phase shall be assessed for usage in a life-cycle approach; and 2) Airline and flight environmental performance and labelling. The work conducted by the EASA Management Board Task Force 13has identified indicators such as CO2 emissions per passenger-kilometre (possibly broken by distance bands) as well as CO2 emissions per passenger per flight as meaningful information for citizens that would allow for intermodal comparisons.







Monitoring and Evaluation Contract (Caru Cymru project)

Deadline: March 16, 2021 Issued by: Keep Wales Tidy
Type: RFT Country: UK Language: English

Caru Cymru is a strategic partnership that will deliver local, regional and National activities in every county of Wales, under one umbrella. Its strength is its collaborators. By bringing together partners from the voluntary, public, private and higher education sectors the project has a wealth of knowledge and expertise which will be used to develop and deliver all activities. Tha aim is to create a National, strategic, collaborative partnership to deliver action to improve Local Environmental Quality across Wales and support the people of Wales to take responsibility for the quality of their local environment. In this framework, Keep Wales Tidy would like to appoint a suitably qualified consultant to support the project, evidence its impact and the benefits realised for People, Communities, and the Environment. We would like to invite tenders from suitable contractors to prepare a monitoring and evaluation framework and develop a suite of tools, systems and materials that project partners can use to effectively monitor and evaluate the Caru Cymru project. The consultant must include both formative and summative approaches in the framework and monitoring tools that are developed. The consultant will work with Welsh Government, Keep Wales Tidy and project partners to agree how best to capture baseline data and evidence how project outcomes, outputs and benefits contained in project delivery plan (Appendix A) have been met. The framework needs to be developed so that partners can measure how Caru Cymru has delivered against Welsh Government policy and priority areas including Prosperity for All, WBFGA, Environment Act and Natural Resources Policy. Cardiff University will input into framework design, by providing expertise to the consultants on how best to monitor and evaluate behaviour change activities specifically.







Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment of Nairobi Rivers

Deadline: March 16, 2021 Issued by: Athi Water Works Development Agency (AWWDA)
Type: EOI Country: Kenya Language: English

The Government of Kenya through Athi Water Works Development Agency (AWWDA) intends to implement the second phase of Nairobi Rivers Basin Rehabilitation and Restoration Program: Sewerage Improvement project Phase II (NaRSIP - II) funded by African Development Bank (AfDB) in order to improve access to improved sanitation services from 48% to 60 % in Nairobi city, while improving the quality of the rivers within the Nairobi Metropolis. The consulting services (“the Services”) involve undertaking water quality assessment of Nairobi City and satellite towns rivers and subsequently carry out quarterly surface/ground water quality monitoring in order to document the baseline conditions, challenges, gaps and recommend improvement and/or mitigation measures. The scope of services for the Consultant will include but not be limited to:

  1. Study the existing Nairobi and satellite towns rivers water quality monitoring programs and protocols to identify the strengths, gap and the short, medium and long-term needs.
  2. Use a consultative and evidence based approach to select critical locations for the baseline study, identify and map the various sources of pollution into the Nairobi rivers.
  3. To facilitate dialogue among government agencies that conduct water quality monitoring along Nairobi and satellite towns Rivers.
  4. Conduct water quality monitoring and assessment for Nairobi and satellite towns rivers.
  5. Propose a suitable and sustainable monitoring program in collaboration with the Government Agencies involved in water quality monitoring and assessment of Nairobi and satellite towns rivers.
  6. To determine trends in the quality of the aquatic environment and how the environment is affected by the release of contaminants, by other human activities, and/or by waste treatment operations, (“ impact monitoring ).
  7. To determine ecological flows.
  8. To assess the nature and extent of pollution control needed for Nairobi and satellite towns rivers.
  9. To evaluate effectiveness of pollution-control measures already in existence and propose measures for improvement.
  10. To assess assimilative capacity of a water body, thereby reducing costs of pollution control and
  11. To understand the environmental fate of different pollutants and assess the suitability of water for different uses.







Smart Parking

Deadline: March 16, 2021 Issued by: City of Charles Sturt
Type: RFT Country: Australia Language: English

The City of Charles Sturt (CCS) is seeking to provide a smart parking wayfinding solution for the Henley Precinct. The Henley Precinct is bound by North Street, South Street, East Terrace and the coast, and includes the Esplanade between South Street and Henley Beach Road. The solution must provide accurate, real time information to drivers entering the precinct from Seaview and Military Roads, to make informed decisions about which direction to take to find an available public car parking space, either on street or within an off-road car park. Occupation and duration of stay data is to be made available to CCS to inform future decisions about the management of available spaces. The assignment includes installation of the solution, in coordination with the head contractor that is appointed to undertake the civil construction for the Military Road and Main Street upgrade, as well as required Department for Infrastructure and Transport (DIT) approvals. The project includes as deliverables digital wayfinding signs demonstrating where available parking spaces are within the precinct and the number of spaces, displayed clearly to those entering the precinct via vehicle from Seaview Road and 5 Military Road (north of North Street and south of South Street), and throughout the precinct to assist drivers to quickly navigate to an available space. The requirements are:

  1. Accurate, real-time information is to be displayed on the digital signs.
  2. The system must detect any occupation of the parking space, including motorcycles and vehicles that sit high above the road such as 4WDs.
  3. The system must be able to provide CCS access to key parking data i.e. occupancy and duration of stay data for traffic and economic development purposes in report or portal format.
  4. An API is requested to enable CCS to access data if required for any purpose.
  5. The system must differentiate between different types of car parking spaces such as accessible, EV, loading and motorcycle parking spaces. These can be excluded from the wayfinding to ensure that the signs are clear and not overloaded with information.
  6. The system must be adaptable such that additional streets can be included in the future and updates can be made when there are any changes to available car parking.
  7. The system must be considerate and sensitive to the amenity of the area, reducing visual clutter. Infrastructure is to be installed adjacent property boundaries where possible.
  8. The system is not to interfere with the existing infrastructure that are contained within the two off-road car parks and on the Esplanade, as well as within specific bays on Seaview Road which are currently used for enforcement purposes and
  9. The solution must be able to be used for future regulatory purposes (enforcement) as well as wayfinding, should this be required.







Smart Ourense

Deadline: March 17, 2021 Issued by: RED
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

This project includes the supply of a turnkey solution that includes all the necessary aspects for the implementation of the different components that make up an integral solution for the city council. The actions to be addressed within the framework of the Contract, which will include the supply and installation of hardware and software, as well as the necessary professional services associated with the supply, include interrelated components that must be integrated to provide both strategic and operational information to the city council, in order to make further progress in improving the services it currently provides. The actions to be carried out are the following:

  1. Cloud infrastructure
  2. Integrated management platform for tourism resources
  3. Panoramic cameras
  4. People counting system
  5. Vehicle tracking cameras
  6. Tourism web portal
  7. Content manager
  8. Tourism flow analysis
  9. Open data portal
  10. Advanced route planner
  11. Augmented reality and virtual reality content for tourism resources
  12. Mobile tourism application and
  13. Digital content







Integrated and Smart Management of Energy Services

Deadline: March 18, 2021 Issued by: City of Gijon
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The global and integrated action covered by the contract includes all the supplies, services and works required for the management of energy services, including the supply, investment and maintenance with full guarantee of the external public lighting installations, the electrical and thermal installations of municipal buildings and other electrical installations of the City Council, the incorporation of renewable energies and the performance of other works directly related to the object of the contract. The following services are covered by the contract:

  1. energy management and energy supplies
  2. preventive, corrective and evolutionary conservation and maintenance
  3. total and integral guarantee
  4. investments for the renovation and improvement of the installations consuming energy
  5. investment in energy saving and renewable energy for decarbonisation and fair and inclusive energy transition in a green and digital way, and
  6. other work directly related to the above benefits







Maintenance of Bin fill-level Sensors, Data Collection and Sensor Management Information System

Deadline: March 22, 2021 Issued by: Kauno Švara
Type: RFT Country: Lithuania Language: Lithuanian

Purchase of bin fill level sensors (1282 units), data collection and maintenance of the sensor management information system. The purpose is to perform continuous measurement of the filling level of underground and semi-underground waste bins and to transfer data to the waste collection and management system "Asmlis" (hereinafter - the waste manager's waste collection and management system). Uninterrupted operation of the system is a prerequisite for ensuring quality service to customers. The services are purchased for a period of 1 (one) year with the possibility of extending the provision of services 2 (two) additional times after 12 months.







Praille-Acacias-Vernets (PAV) Porject (urban development and watercourse renaturation project)

Deadline: March 22, 2021 Issued by: State of Geneva
Type: RFT Country: Switzerland Language: French

The Praille-Acacias-Vernets (PAV) project is a major urban densification and development project located in the municipalities of Geneva, Lancy and Carouge, in the canton of Geneva, Switzerland. With a potential of 12,000 housing units, the Praille Acacias Vernets (PAV) project represents a unique development opportunity. It involves transforming Geneva's largest and oldest industrial and craft zone, located in the heart of the city, into a mixed urban district. The PAV area is characterised by its central location, the quality of its accessibility (rail, road), and by the diversity of uses, assignments and urban forms that make it up (industry, logistics, tertiary sector, commerce and housing). It is bounded to the north-east by the Arve river, to the west by the Lancy hillside, to the south by the Saint-Julien road and the Bachet-de-Pesay, and to the south-east by the Noirettes and Tours de Carouge districts [...] The Cantonal Water Office (Service du lac, de la renaturation des cours d'eau et de la pêche) and the Direction Praille-Acacias-Vernets (hereafter: MO) are launching an open call for tenders in order to mandate a multidisciplinary grouping (hereafter: pool of agents) for the services relating to the studies and partial implementation of the "Espaces-Rivières" project, consisting of both : the renaturation of two cantonal rivers, the Drize and the Aire, which are now channelled throughout the entire perimeter of the PAV, and whose planned future course partly merges with the public space; the creation of a public space structuring the scale of the urban project, the green cross of the PAV (north-south axis), integrating a soft mobility axis and a landscape and biological continuity of the urban area; These developments should enable these new districts to adapt to climate change, meeting the objectives of the cantonal climate plan in terms of preventing and combating heat islands in the urban environment, protecting property and people against the risk of flooding, integrating water into the city, tree planting, promoting biodiversity and nature in the city... All of these issues will have to be addressed in a coherent and integrated public space and landscape project: the "River Spaces" project. In order to achieve the desired quality, the public space will have to be considered as a single project space going from façade to façade, whatever the current and future land tenure regimes concerned, in accordance with the recommendations of the PAV neighbourhood master plan. [...] As a result, the services to be provided pursue the following objectives:

  1. Preliminary project (beginning of 2022): Develop a general preliminary project (river & public spaces) over the entire perimeter and draw up the investment bill (March 2022) covering all the studies and works necessary for the opening-up of the rivers between 2024 and 2030 (TF: firm tranche subject to obtaining credits).
  2. Project (from 2023): Drawing up final projects and obtaining building authorisations in order to (1) carry out the work to open up the rivers - stage 2024 - 2030 (TF*), (2) build the public amenities adjacent to the river - stage 2024 - 2030 (TC) and finally (3) supply water to the new water network created (TF*) - *subject to obtaining credits and land control.
  3. River works (between 2024 and 2030): Launch calls for tenders to construction companies, carry out the work to open up the rivers - phase 2024 to 2030 and supply water to the new water network created (TF*) and
  4. Public space works (between 2024 and 2030): In the event of delegation of project management by the MO concerned, launch calls for tenders to construction companies, carry out the construction works for the public space accompanying the river - stage 2024 to 2030 (CT, conditional tranche, depending on the decision of the MO concerned).

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Surveys for Measuring Air Quality in Dwellings

Deadline: March 23, 2021 Issued by: Scientific and Technical Building Centre (CSTB)
Type: RFT Country: France Language: French

The aim is to carry out field surveys over one week (7 days) in a dwelling with measurements taken in the master bedroom, in the living room and outside the dwelling. A field survey includes:

  1. The protection and confidentiality of the identifying data.
  2. The making of contact and appointments with the occupant.
  3. Two visits to the accommodation in the presence of the occupant at an interval of 7 days.
  4. Carrying out measurements using recording instruments (temperature, hygrometry, etc.) during the week of the survey in two rooms of the dwelling and outside.
  5. Carrying out spot measurements (air flow rate and pressure at the ventilation outlets if there is a CMV).
  6. Air sampling by diffusion during the survey week (volatile organic compounds (VOCs), aldehydes and NO2) in one room of the dwelling and outside.
  7. Air sampling by pumping during the week (pesticides and semi-volatile organic compounds (VOCs)) or for 2 hours (volatile organic compounds) in one room of the dwelling.
  8. The taking of samples of particles on filters during the week of the survey in one room of the dwelling.
  9. The recovery of the occupants' hoover bag or, if there is no bag, of the dust from the hoover tank without a bag.
  10. The installation of a collector by depositing mould spores over 1 month (no collection visit required) in a room of the dwelling.
  11. Sending by post and/or installing dosimeters for measuring the volume activity of Radon over 2 months (no recovery visit required) in no more than 3 rooms in the accommodation.
  12. The possibility of carrying out an additional environmental sampling in the accommodation.
  13. Sending air and dust samples by envelope or Chronopost parcel at 1pm to the analysis laboratories concerned within the time limits imposed by the various sampling protocols.
  14. Information from the descriptive questionnaires of the building surveyed, the rooms surveyed and the household's habits by visual inspection and interview with the household's reference person.
  15. The installation of individual self-questionnaires on health activities and symptoms during the first visit and the recovery during the second visit.
  16. The taking of impersonal photographs for the technical needs of the survey with the agreement of the occupant.
  17. Sending the health questionnaires to an identified service provider in charge of their collection.
  18. The preparation of survey material for each visit to the dwelling, as well as its follow-up and maintenance.
  19. The downloading of data from the measuring equipment at the end of each survey.
  20. The telephone relationship with the occupant during/after the survey and the follow-up via email/sms/phone for the installation and/or sending by the occupant and postage paid mail of the mould spore collector and the dosimeters after 1 and 2 months.
  21. Entering the questionnaires (excluding self-administered questionnaires), the sampling forms and loading the data files onto a computer application specifically dedicated to this purpose (hereinafter referred to as the "Computer Application") and
  22. The transmission of the measurement files, sampling forms and questionnaires to the person in charge of CNL2 at the OQAI in the format pre-established by the OQAI.

The field survey may require interventions in the evening or on Saturdays depending on the availability of the occupants. One survey per dwelling includes a telephone interview and 2 visits (i.e. 2 trips to and from the dwelling).

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Detection and Location of Leaks in the Water Supply Network

Deadline: March 23, 2021 Issued by: Aguas de Lorca
Type: RFT Country: Spain Language: Spanish

The service covered by the contract includes the following work:

  1. Review with leak detection equipment of the water supply network in the town centre and districts of the municipality of Lorca in those areas where there is a variation in the average flow rates supplied and/or the minimum night-time flow rates.
  2. The work will be carried out in accordance with the criteria and indications of Aguas de Lorca and
  3. Systematic campaigns to locate leaks along all the network (1,150 km), using acoustic checks through correlators and geophones and/or other equipment offered by the company awarded the contract, on the basis of scheduled maintenance generated by Aguas de Lorca.

In addition, the following generic tasks will be undertaken:

  1. Acquisition of the most appropriate equipment for the detection and location of leaks in water distribution networks.
  2. Surveillance and monitoring of the supply network and communication to Aguas de Lorca staff of any anomalies existing in the network as a result of field work carried out by Aguas de Lorca or third parties (detection of fraud, detection of faults, incorrect replacements, etc.).
  3. Field verification and completion of reports for the updating of the system cartography (GIS) available in Aguas de Lorca.
  4. Training for service staff in the use of detection and location equipment and leak detection management tools used by Aguas de Lorca and
  5. Emergency actions and special works during crisis episodes when extraordinary revisions of the network are necessary.







Climate Services for a Net-Zero resilient World

Deadline: March 24, 2021 Issued by: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
Type: RFI Country: UK Language: English

The purpose of this exercise is to gather feedback from the market prior to formally publishing the Invitation to Tender for the BEIS Climate Services for a Net-Zero resilient World contract. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is intending to procure a research, evidence, and translation programme to provide climate services for its workstreams. The programme will provide up-to-date policy-relevant evidence and scientific advice to inform a range of international and domestic policy issues. The service will provide transdisciplinary underpinning new analysis and modelling, covering a range of sectors including climate impacts, co-benefits of climate action, and decarbonisation pathways, as well as support in reviewing international climate science reports. It will also provide a comprehensive user-centred translation service including use of innovative data visualisation tools and communications techniques.







Freight Mobility Study

Deadline: March 24, 2021 Issued by: Wichita Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (WFMPO)
Type: RFP Country: US Language: English

The Wichita Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (WFMPO) is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to provide professional planning services for the preparation of the WFMPO Freight Mobility Study. The first objective of the study is to conduct a comprehensive study of the freight system and determine the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The second objective of the project is to develop a plan that will guide the orderly growth and improvement of existing facilities, and fund future development of safe freight corridors, routes, access, and intermodal distribution facilities; examine local freight movements, patterns, origins and destinations; recommend strategies for improving the freight transportation system’s economic efficiency, productivity, and competitiveness within the area; analyze how to promote consistency between freight transportation investments, City and County Street, Road Standards, and land use planning and development policies; inform the transportation sector about the effects that existing and future surface transportation systems may have on land use, development, demand, choices, and patterns; and determine impacts of freight on existing land use and appropriate mitigations. The Freight Mobility Study should provide recommendations for development of, and strategies for, implementing freight projects that can reasonably be funded and will offer improved freight connectivity and access throughout the area. The topic areas to be addressed in the planning process will include, but not be limited to: freight trends and forecasting, local freight assessment, emerging issues, land use, innovative funding strategies for freight infrastructure, local traffic and transportation, current freight deficiencies, data collection, economic vitality, private/public partnerships and policy recommendations.







Traffic Count Assistance

Deadline: March 24, 2021 Issued by: Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council (SMTC)
Type: RFP Country: US Language: English

The Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council (SMTC) seeks to retain a consultant firm, or team of firms, to undertake an on-call traffic count assistance task within the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) area. The contract is for two years with an optional additional year if SMTC chooses to extend the contract. The purpose of the SMTC on-call traffic count assistance task is to complete turning movement counts and/or automatic traffic recorder (ATR) counts upon request for various SMTC planning efforts as needs arise. The majority of counts will be gathered on City of Syracuse or Onondaga County owned roadways. The SMTC reserves the right to have any number of counts completed at any given time. An acceptable notice/lead time will always be given for a count request. Counts in the end may be used in modeling and/or in other SMTC planning studies as well as put to use by its member agencies. The scope of service includes:

  1. Review, prepare, and provide a schedule.
  2. Obtain work permits.
  3. Conduct counts at identified locations. The counts taken must conform, unless otherwise noted by SMTC, to NYSDOT standards for data collection and safety measures while performing all tasks. A number of the ATR counts to be conducted will typically require vehicle classification, speed and gap in addition to volumes. The typical duration of the preferred ATR count will be 3 day (weekday) with the occasional 7 day (weekend & weekday) count request and
  4. Provide Count Data to SMTC. The consultant should be able to provide count data and field log per the standards set forth in NYSDOT Traffic Monitoring Standards.







Indoor air quality

Deadline: March 30, 2021 Issued by: Public Health Research Programme (PHR)
Type: RFP Country: UK Language: English

The Public Health Programme is interested in receiving applications using a range of, potentially innovative, designs and methods to evaluate the impacts of interventions that affect indoor air quality on health and health inequalities. We are interested in all forms of indoor space, though researchers are reminded that the remit of the PHR Programme is for non-NHS and non-therapeutic interventions.







Cabin Air Quality Assessment of Long-term Effects of Contaminants

Deadline: March 31, 2021 Issued by: European Union Aviation Safety Agency
Type: RFT Country: Germany Language: Official EU languages

The general objective of this research project is to enable step-advances in the analysis of the issues raised by contamination events resulting from oil leakage (incl. oil pyrolysis products) on board commercially operated large transport aeroplanes and the potential toxicological risks in light of the existing European standards and legislation on the quality of indoor air and professional exposure limits. Main goals of the project are

  1. to collect substantive evidence, by means of laboratory tests, on the chemical substances involved in oil leakages evens from aircraft engine or APU, and their impact on the cabin air quality.
  2. to develop a comprehensive understanding of the different scenarios, supported by collected in-service data, for the contamination by engine or APU oil products that may be observed during flights, considering the complete aircraft bleed air system and air ventilation system.
  3. to perform the toxicological risk assessment of the main identified chemical compounds using available data and through the performance of specific toxicological tests.
  4. to identify the appropriate methods and tools for the investigation of CAC reported events, including the methods to collect samples from aircraft cabin surfaces and ECS system components.
  5. to investigate relevant monitoring actions (e.g. precursors of CAC events) for aircraft operators considering the standard maintenance operations performed on ECS systems.







Climate Resilient Cities Project

Deadline: April 5, 2021 Issued by: USAID
Type: Funding Opportunity Country: Philippines Language: English

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking applications for a cooperative agreement from qualified entities to implement the Climate Resilient Cities project. The Climate Resilient Cities (CRC) Project is a five-year activity in the Philippines that seeks to improve resilience by strengthening the adaptive capacities of cities to adapt to and manage the impacts of climate change. It will result in enhanced stakeholders’ knowledge on climate information for planning and decision-making; improved capacity to access and manage climate finance; and broadened adaptation and mitigation interventions to expand reach and impact. Through this cooperative agreement, the United States Agency for International Development Philippines (USAID/Philippines) looks to co-develop an activity to support the improvement of climate resilience in cities in the Philippines. The co-development/ collaboration workshop will take place after the award of the CRC Project. While the primary focus is on climate adaptation, this activity considers climate mitigation, natural climate solutions, and disaster risk reduction in the country as well. The main goal is to improve resilience by strengthening the adaptive capacities of Philippine cities to adapt to, mitigate, and manage the impacts of climate change and disasters. This goal will be achieved through the following specific objectives: 1) To enhance cities’ capacity to understand, use, and communicate climate data including vulnerability, and risk data; 2) To improve the cities’ capacity to access and manage climate financing; and 3) To enable cities to implement or upscale innovative measures to conserve, restore or sustainably manage the environment under the lens of climate change adaptation or mitigation. Eligibility for this award is not restricted.







Projects related to NCD and Nature-based Solutions

Deadline: April 7, 2021 Issued by: International Climate Initiative (IKI)
Type: Funding Opportunity Country: Peru Language: English

The funding amount provided by the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) per project ranges from 12 to a maximum of 15 million euros. Two projects addressing the thematic funding priorities listed will be funded: 1) Integrated Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) project: institutionalisation and implementation of joint adaptation and mitigation measures at the regional and local level in the water and transport/energy sector, and 2) Strengthening biodiversity management by promoting the integrated implementation of the Rio Conventions through nature-based solutions.







Call to Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) Open Research Call

Deadline: April 16, 2021 Issued by: Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)
Type: RFT Country: Ireland Language: English

The main aim of the TII Research Programme is to enable TII to carry out its mission of “providing high quality transport infrastructure and services, delivering a better quality of life and supporting economic growth”. Research is one of the key ways that TII informs operational policy and sets standards. Emphasis is on:

  1. What is likely to be the TII needs.
  2. Ensuring that state-of-the-art materials and techniques are used.
  3. Filling knowledge gaps where they exist; and
  4. Implementing the research conclusions and integrating the research outputs in a timely and effective way.

The research programme covers all areas of TII responsibility including planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations. TII uses the research programme outputs to provide and/or improve standards, specifications and procedures, identify, encourage and facilitate innovation and assist in the professional development of staff and enhancement of TII operations. The tender is divided into 8 lots:

  1. Collision prediction model for the irish national road network
  2. Development of Irish specific source and propagation correction factors for incorporation into the new CNOSSOS-EU noise prediction model
  3. Development of a Standards Document relating to surface water and groundwater impacts of national road projects
  4. Long term geotechnical monitoring and deterioration modelling of earthwork slopes
  5. Automatic detection of archaeological features from LiDAR data using machine learning techniques
  6. Lifespan of Steel Safety Barriers
  7. Self-healing Asphalt Joints Bio-binder; and
  8. Bio-based Asphalt Pavement Binder and Rejuvenator.







Intelligent Transportation System Application

Deadline: May 4, 2021 Issued by: State of New York
Type: RFT Country: US Language: English

The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles seeks the services of a highly-qualified contractor to provide an intelligent transportation system application to enhance or replace the existing Commercial Vehicle Information Exchange Window (CVIEW) System with a Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Software Solution allowing for New York State agencies to access more accurate and timely CVIEW data. The System will need to interface (daily) with the SAFER system to update the Federal database with daily activity from IRP, IFTA, DMV, NYS Department of Transportation (DOT), and Law Enforcement. The System will also need to update the NYS CVIEW System with up-to-date daily activity/transactions (interstate and intrastate) from other participating United States and Canadian jurisdictions. The application can be offered as a standalone or a totally integrated solution. The CVIEW System must follow the most recent version of the CVISN/ITD (Innovative Technology Deployment), and Performance and Registration Information Systems Management (“PRISM”) architecture as defined by FMCSA. The CVIEW System vendor must possess experience in the development and maintenance of existing CVIEW applications and must possess the capacity to respond to changing requirements and limited implementation timeframes. The vendor must work with FMCSA and NYS agencies to develop new and innovative approaches for continuous improvements providing services to NYS.







Croydon Digital Infrastructure Toolkit

Deadline: June 2, 2021 Issued by: Borough of Croydon
Type: EOI Country: UK Language: English

Croydon Council will consider proposals for the installation of 4G/5G Small Cells from Code Operators seeking to deploy their technology in Croydon.







Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC)

Deadline: August 31, 2021 Issued by: Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC)
Type: RFP Country: Canada Language: English/French

Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is issuing a call for proposals (CFP) on behalf of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) and participating departments, seeking innovative solutions to address a wide range of challenges facing federal departments and agencies. The purpose of this CFP is to create various pools of potential solutions that Canada may select from to address the challenges.







Reducing Land-based Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions

Deadline: September 24, 2022 Issued by: USAID
Type: Grant Country: Several countries Language: English

USAID’s Office of Global Climate Change (GCC) within the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3), in cooperation with USAID regional bureaus and selected Missions, developed this BAA for Sustainable Landscapes to improve the Agency’s ability to assist partner countries in solving complex challenges that threaten sustainable development. This BAA seeks to engage with a wide range of actors to develop and provide innovative interventions that further USAID’s commitments to assisting partner countries on their Journey to Self-Reliance through protecting the environment and natural resources and promoting sustainable development and livelihoods in ways that reduce land-based greenhouse gas emissions or increase long-term carbon sequestration at scale. Interventions should offer significant promise for conserving, managing, and/or restoring ecosystems and productive lands in developing countries through one or more levers that address the key threats and drivers that influence GHG emissions and carbon sequestration in the land sector.







Innovative Market Strategies Program: Clean Energy Solutions

Deadline: December 31, 2022 Issued by: State of New York
Type: PON Country: US Language: English

NYSERDA invites concept proposals for innovative market strategies that have the potential to accelerate uptake or increase the value proposition of energy efficiency, distributed energy resources, or related clean energy solutions. The goal of this program is to identify and fund projects demonstrating promising approaches to scaling clean energy and efficiency adoption in New York State.






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