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Student Loans Company Western Europe

Group Life Assurance Provision Of A Group Life Assurance Scheme Following Chan ......

  • 1 Million
  • 13 Sep 2018
  • United Kingdom
  • 16125601
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Borough Council of Calderdale Western Europe

Highways Winter Services Winter Service Operations Generally Consist Of Saltin ......

  • 13 Million
  • 13 Sep 2018
  • United Kingdom
  • 16125603
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Arden and GEM CSU (AGCSU) on behalf of NH...... Western Europe

Specialised Commissioning Contract Procurement — Region London Nhs Arden Gem Csu ......

  • 1,423 Billion
  • 14 Sep 2018
  • United Kingdom
  • 16125632
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YPO Western Europe

Supply Of Interactive Technology Lot 1 And 3: Ypo Are Looking For Providers To B ......

  • 13 Million
  • 13 Sep 2018
  • United Kingdom
  • 16125645
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THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE TALAS REGIONAL D...... Central Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Construction Of A Memorial Historical And Cultural Complex "C ......

  • 1 Million
  • 10 Sep 2018
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • 16136063
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M6 / RADEEK - RÉGIE AUTONOME DE DISTRIBUT...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Duplicating The Existing F Collector - Slice One. Public B ......

  • 4 Million
  • 13 Sep 2018
  • Morocco
  • 16137799
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MEF / MM - MARCHICA MED Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Construction Works Of The Residences Of The Hill, Trench 2, L ......

  • 4 Million
  • 13 Sep 2018
  • Morocco
  • 16137814
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GYEONGSANGNAM-DO OFFICE OF EDUCATION GYEO...... Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Announcement Of Bidding For Construction Of High-Performance ......

  • 1 Million
  • 03 Sep 2018
  • Korea South
  • 16147073
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Research Designs And Standards Organisation Southern Asia

Consultancy For Setting Up Dedicated Test Track For Indian Railways.

  • 2 Million
  • 02 Sep 2018
  • India
  • 16147085
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Steel Authority Of India Limited Southern Asia

Global Tender For Procurement Of 934 Mt Hc Ferro Chrome

  • 1 Million
  • 30 Aug 2018
  • India
  • 16147132
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UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK Ireland

Engineering Solutions for the Process Industry

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KOBENHAVNS UNIVERSITET Denmark

The Bootstrap Method for General Amplitudes

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UNIVERSITETET I BERGEN Norway

The Art of Deleting: A Study of Erasure Poetry, Practices of Control, Surveillance, and Censorship

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SORBONNE UNIVERSITE France

Self-organized biomolecular gradients for controlling cellular behaviour in cell culture

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Municipality of Salto del Guairá / Paraguay

ACQUISITION OF FUELS FOR OPERATIONAL USE

5 20-08-2018
CONSTRUCTION OF PAVING AND PAVING Paraguay

CONSTRUCTION OF PAVING AND PAVING

3 20-08-2018
Departmental Government of Itapua / Paraguay

ACQUISITION OF FOOD FOR PEOPLEOPEN CONTRACTNATIONAL PRODUCTION

22 20-08-2018
Departmental Government of Itapua Paraguay

BUILDING INSURANCE FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF ITAPÚA

1 20-08-2018
National Electricity Administration Paraguay

ACQUISITION OF DISTRIBUTION CABLES AUCTION

Plz Refer Document 20-08-2018
Ministry of Agriculture and Livesto Paraguay

ACQUISITION OF FOOD SUPPLIES FOR OFFICE"NATIONAL PRODUCTION

1 20-08-2018

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NASPO ValuePoint Maximizes Opportunities for Public Procurement Professionals with Training Services Contract

RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- NASPO ValuePoint, the highest standard of excellence in public cooperative contracting, recently evaluated and awarded contracts for training services in an effort to maximize opportunities for public procurement professionals. The service categories include training instruction, course customization, and course development in business skills and project management. This contract portfolio is led by the Commonwealth of Virginia with sourcing team member insight from the states of Oklahoma and Hawaii. To emphasize the broad range of professional training available from these contracts and the ability to dynamically customize procurement training course instruction, the name of this contract portfolio has changed immediately from "Training Services for Procurement Professionals" to "Training Services: Instruction, Course Customization & Development." "The services are intended to provide effective, sustainable, and continuing solutions to participating entities professional development needs," said Lawrence Shaw, Commonwealth of Virginia, Division of Purchases and Supply. Positive Impact Experienced and qualified vendors Ability to customize and develop courses to meet an entitys needs Potential for customizing certification programs Ability to receive CEUs, PDUs and CPE credit Multiple training delivery platforms available The direct benefits of this contract include a comprehensive and diverse list of training courses for the enhancement of professional skills at all levels with course content in the following categories: Business Competencies (Ethics, Critical Thinking, Presentation Skills) UPPCC Body of Knowledge (Planning, Contract Management, Negotiations) Supplier Management (Marketing Analysis, Performance Metrics, Relationship Management) Project Management Body of Knowledge (Scope Management, Time Management, Quality Management) Supply Chain Management (Logistics, Strategic Sourcing, Marketing) Legal Aspects (Practical Applications, Terms & Conditions, Disputes) The benefits of offering staff training and development include: Reenergizing staff members Easier succession planning Building staff confidence and credibility Increased staff retention Increased staff job satisfaction levels For information on the awarded contract providers, visit: http://www.naspovalue United States

Finance in the UK construction sector in light of Brexit

Julie Warren, Director of Sales and Marketing at Growth Street, discusses the impact of Brexit on construction finance. “Construction firms must now take positive steps to mitigate business risk by having a constant supply of working capital to enable them to survive and thrive post-Brexit.” It would be fair to say that the past 12 months have been a rollercoaster for the construction industry. The difficulties with which the sector has had to contend have been both varied and numerous. From the uncertainty following the Brexit vote to the ‘Beast from the East’ and its horrendous weather, to say nothing of the ongoing impact of the Carillion collapse, which is still reverberating through the supply chain, this is a sector facing more challenges than most. The latest IHS Markit Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) has recently seen a recovery in housebuilding and other commercial work. The fact that activity has increased at its fastest level in seven months says a great deal about the resilience of the sector. However, at the same time prices are also reported to have risen at their fastest rate in months, resulting in sharp increases in the cost of new materials. Contractors have blamed ‘Brexit uncertainty’ for many project delays and cancellations. The double whammy of a heavy reliance on migrant labour for skilled and non-skilled roles, in addition to pricing pressures caused by a weaker pound, could also serve to drive up project costs. Furthermore, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Investment Fund (EIF) have invested billions in major infrastructure projects: losing access to these sources of funding could have a major impact. Macroeconomic factors aside, there are also the day-to-day pressures with which construction firms will be all too familiar: paying up front for labour and materials; long, phased payment terms; late payments from customers; bad debt, and the perennial uncertainty of retentions. In my view, construction firms looking to thrive post-Brexit should be taking positive steps to mitigate business risk by having a reliable, flexible supply of working capital, which could provide valuable security and peace of mind. See also: Brexit, skills and innovation: the challenges and opportunities facing UK construction Read the latest issue of Construction Global Verm United Kingdom

Singapore issues a new $795mn contract to transform its port

Singapore has issued a $795mn contract to Japanese firm Penta-Ocean Construction and Bachy Soletanche Singapore in a new joint venture. The project will see the duo develop the second largest port in the world and undertake the development of the 21km North-South corridor, encompassing the construction of a new 1.04km tunnel and transport networks, such as walkways, bus stops and cycle paths, situated between Suffolk Walk and Novena Rise. See also Maces Macro posts 28% annual revenue growth after key contract wins WSP agrees acquisition of Louis Berger for $400mn Meydan Group begins work on Phase 3 of MBR City District One The corridor will aim to fully connect those in the northern Singapore to the city centre, opening doors to further opportunities for local communities and reducing commuting times. It will also become the first corridor to combine pedestrians, cyclists, buses and vehicles. Expected to complete in 2026, Singapore is the world’s second-biggest port, after Shanghai, according to data from the World Shipping Council. As China has ramped up the capabilities of its ports, Singapore is set to up its game. Bachy Solentache are renowned in developing some of the most efficient transport links within Singapore, whilst Penta-Ocean Japanese companies are presently responsible for the development of the Mass Rapid Transit line, Thomson-East Coast line in the country. Singapore

WSP agrees acquisition of Louis Berger for $400mn

WSP Global has agreed to buy professional services firm Louis Berger for $400mn, it has been announced. Louis Berger, is US-headquartered firm mainly active in the Transportation & Infrastructure and Environmental & Water sectors, as well as in Master Planning. It has 5,000 employees, predominantly in offices across the United States, with an additional presence across Continental Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia (mainly India) and Latin America. With its US operations representing approximately 70% of its 2018 net revenues (excluding disaster response revenues), Louis Berger’s portfolio includes some of the most iconic landmarks in the United States, such as the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, the Statue of Liberty, the George Washington Bridge and the World Trade Center. Most recently, it has been providing emergency management services for temporary power in Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria. It was also selected, as part of a joint venture, to provide project management services to build Doha’s first metro and supervise construction of three World Cup stadiums ahead of the FIFA 2022 World Cup. In connection with the US compliance DOJ monitorship of its international divisions instituted in 2015 (which monitorship has been terminated), Louis Berger had undertaken the restructuring of its international operations. SEE ALSO: WSP: Taking data centre cooling to a higher level Louis Berger signs $32 million Panama Metro Line 2 Project Management Contract Read the latest issue of Construction Global here WSP intends to pursue this restructuring and expects to incur approximately $50mn in one-time integration and restructuring costs in the coming years. “We are pleased by the opportunity to have Louis Berger join WSP,” said Alexandre L’Heureux, President and Chief Executive Officer of WSP “The company is recogniSed for its expertise in sectors and services that WSP had targeted for growth, including water, environment (including emergency management) and transportation (including ports and marine), as well as master planning. This acquisition will also enable us to increase our presence in geographies we have previously targeted for growth, such as Continental Europe. “Lastly, it will increase our exposure to the US Federal sector since Louis Berger has developed expertise and built experience in government United States

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