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As the equipment for the installation of the lift is already on site, work on it will keep pace with construction. Work on the plumbing system and the wiring continues, as does finishing and painting work on the various floors.
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Score: 993200.2 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...ds/relm/gb/docs/gb270/bs-1.htm
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“I actually got a chance to do site work and learn new things, like excavation, foundation reinforcement, machinery, plumbing, electrical skills, bar bending works, concrete, roofing and finishing. (...) “I actually got a chance to do site work and learn new things, like excavation, foundation reinforcement, machinery, plumbing, electrical skills, bar bending works, concrete, roofing and finishing.
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Score: 991060.5 - https://www.unicef.org/maldive...y-17-year-old-hopeful-engineer
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Article | 08 November 2011 Industry initiatives Australia: Green Plumbing Initiative GreenPlumbers® is a joint initiative between Master Plumbers, Mechanical Services Association of Australia, the Plumbing Trades Employees Union and a number of other stakeholders which seeks to enhance plumbers’ skills and knowledge about the environmental considerations of their work. (...) To date, more than 9,000 plumbers representing over 4,000 plumbing businesses have completed one or more Green Plumbers® training sessions in Australia. .
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Score: 990349.2 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_166965/lang--it/index.htm
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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE 2ND MEETING, TO BE HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, STARTING ON THURSDAY, 2 JULY 2009 : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE, MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROTECTION AND USE OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATERCOURSES AND INTERNATIONAL LAKES, WORKING GROUP ON WATER AND HEALTH, 2ND MEETING, GENEVA, 2-3 JULY 2009
Partners in cooperation: links with other organizations and programmes: (a) Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights; (b) United Nations Development Programme; (c) Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia component of the European Union Water Initiative and cooperation with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; (d) Women in Europe for a Common Future; (e) World Plumbing Council; (f) Other partners. 16. Promotion of the Protocol. 17. (...) A representative of Women in Europe for a Common Future will briefly present the organization and inform the Working Group about its activities that are relevant to work under the Protocol as well as areas for possible cooperation, in particular in relation to integrating outcomes of projects by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) into target-setting under the Protocol. (e) World Plumbing Council 29. A representative of the World Plumbing Council will briefly present the organization and inform the Working Group about its activities relevant to work under the Protocol as well as areas for possible cooperation.
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Score: 979386.3 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...S=ECE/MP.WH/WG.1/2009/1&LANG=E
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PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 2002-2003. PART 11, CAPITAL EXPENDITURES, SECTION 31, CONSTRUCTION, ALTERATION, IMPROVEMENT AND MAJOR MAINTENANCE
The projects under this heading include, but are not limited to, maintenance and replacement of regular and emergency lighting fixtures and associated ballast, transformers and lamps throughout the complex; replacement or refurbishing of selected motor control centres, switchgear boards, power distribution panels, contractors, dimmer controls, bus bars, smoke alarms, fire alarms and security systems; and modification and/or expansion of the existing electrical and LAN outlets to suit the space occupancy and functionality; (c) Plumbing maintenance ($816,500). The provisions made under this heading relate to the replacement of defective piping, valves and heating and cooling coils; the replacement of damaged or inefficient water supply fixtures with water-efficient bathroom fixtures; and the 16 Section 31 Construction, alteration, improvement and major maintenance upgrading of public bathrooms, plumbing gratings, traps, vents, fire-suppression water systems and drainage systems throughout the complex; (d) Replacement of carpets, upholstery and draperies ($680,500). (...) The projects under this heading include the second phase of the replacement of lighting fixtures in the old buildings ($541,000) and the replacement of lighting fixtures in conference rooms XIX and XX ($321,000); (c) Plumbing maintenance ($190,000). The provisions under this heading relate to the replacement of drainpipes and sanitary equipment and the replacement of water distribution pipes in the building; (d) General maintenance ($186,200). (...) The provisions under this heading include the replacement of the fireproof wall covering in the Conference Centre; the replacement of automated boom gates; the replacement of monitors in the Conference Building; and the conduct of a feasibility study on the replacement of the low-voltage main distribution board; (c) Plumbing maintenance ($203,200). The provisions under this head
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Score: 979324.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/56/6(SECT.31)&Lang=E
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Western Pacific Republic of Korea Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / News releases News releases © WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits News from the Western Pacific « News from WHO 26 September 2003 Departmental news WHO publishes results of largest-ever global collaboration on heart disease 26 September 2003 News release Inadequate plumbing systems likely contributed to SARS transmission 25 September 2003 Departmental news New, affordable vaccine stops meningitis now WHO appeals for funds 24 September 2003 Departmental news Leading global institutions come together to address rising death toll on the world's roads 22 September 2003 Departmental news World Health Organization says failure to deliver AIDS medicines is a global health emergency 16 September 2003 Departmental news Children suffer most from the effects of ozone depletion 2 September 2003 News release Amid SARS concerns, WHO urges influenza vaccinations for high-risk groups 1 September 2003 Departmental news WHO Director-General calls for “urgent treatment” for people with AIDS in Africa 29 August 2003 Departmental news Access to health services should be possible right across Angola 21 August 2003 Departmental news Joint mission on SARS animal reservoir and necessary next steps « 361 362 363 (current) 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 » Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 975910.4 - https://www.who.int/republicofkorea/news/releases/363
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Procurement by Major Commodity | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ Procurement by Major Commodity 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Major Commodity HQ Local Missions Total Air Transportation Services $693,076,357 $3,470,560 $696,546,917 Chemical & Petroleum Products $180,256 $367,837,986 $368,018,242 Others $42,761,125 $238,440,637 $281,201,762 Food Rations/Catering Services $101,711 $252,866,202 $252,967,913 Architecture, Engineering & Construction Related Services $181,538,939 $31,114,356 $212,653,295 Freight Forwarding & Delivery Services $51,175,469 $136,101,845 $187,277,314 Rental & Lease $104,520,942 $42,967,231 $147,488,174 Telecommunication Equipment & Services $12,731,775 $85,923,222 $98,654,997 EDP Equipment and Maintenance Services $19,179,358 $57,763,466 $76,942,824 Management Services $21,189,125 $53,583,229 $74,772,354 Motor Vehicles/Parts & Transportation Equipment $39,812,210 $23,372,801 $63,185,011 Maintenance & Repair Services $24,357,596 $37,383,673 $61,741,269 Travel and Related Services $50,403,130 $354,273 $50,757,403 Building Management & Maintenance $4,502,013 $46,228,336 $50,730,349 Computer & Information Technology Related Services $46,288,774 $3,417,527 $49,706,301 Security & Safety Equipment & Services $2,663,518 $41,428,099 $44,091,617 Electrical Apparatus; Electronic Components $264,883 $37,278,884 $37,543,767 Banking & Investment $27,915,822 $4,361,450 $32,277,272 Furniture $5,764,199 $24,174,318 $29,938,517 Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing $189,903 $29,303,407 $29,493,310 Prefabricated Buildings $1,648,204 $24,090,915 $25,739,120 Results: 1 - 21 of 21 Back       Home Site Map Mobile App Contact Us Vendor Registration Business Seminar About Us Employment Terms of use UN Website Doing Business with the UN The UN Global Compact 405 East 42nd Street              New York, NY 10017              General Info.: +1-212-963-1127              Fax No.: +1-212-963-9858 Copyright © 2014-2021 UN Procurement Division.
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Score: 975910.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/p...by-commodity-table-detail/2012
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Western Pacific Australia Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / News releases News releases News from the Western Pacific « News from WHO 22 October 2003 Departmental news Mass immunization campaign launched to protect 15 million children from polio, as outbreak in Nigeria spreads across West Africa 20 October 2003 Departmental news Maternal deaths disproportionately high in developing countries 20 October 2003 Departmental news Global Polio Eradication Initiative welcomes the Organization of the Islamic Conference decision to step up effort to eradicate polio 17 October 2003 Departmental news Global leaders intensify commitment to prevent leading childhood killer - measles 16 October 2003 Departmental news Drownings and injury could be spared through new WHO risk protection plan 10 October 2003 Departmental news TB workforce crisis a major obstacle to treatment success 9 October 2003 Departmental news Up to 45 million blind people globally - and growing 26 September 2003 Departmental news UNICEF, WHO, and Acumen Fund announce introduction in Africa of new technology to fight malaria 26 September 2003 Departmental news WHO publishes results of largest-ever global collaboration on heart disease 26 September 2003 News release Inadequate plumbing systems likely contributed to SARS transmission « 361 362 (current) 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 » Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 975910.4 - https://www.who.int/australia/news/releases/362
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Forestry aid Annual £ 2008/9 £22,000,000* 2009/10 £28,000,000** 2010/11 £80,000,000*** 2011/12-13/14 £100,000,000 Coastal Mangrove Livelihoods 7 Slide 13 Lessons • Sustainable local institutions are key • Demonstrable & credible results and benefits • Long term national government commitment to major programme • Global reservoir of finance necessary, but not sufficient • Plumbing at national and local level in place • Increased global citizen scrutiny of finance; of cost effectiveness; & the plumbers!
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Score: 970376.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests.../uploads/2014/12/UK-Davies.pdf
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. ‐                                 (i) 50mm x 75mm softwood around the wall  Lm 70 ‐                                 (ii) 50mm x50mm soft wood 600 c/c draft Lm 110 ‐                                 (iii) 9mm thick gypsum boards m² 24 ‐                                 BOQ FOR COMPLETION KITCHEN AND STORE 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 A B C D E F (iv)  Cornices Lm 37 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 5.0   FLOORING ‐                                 5.1 Lay 40mm thick cement and sand floor screed by using 1:3  cemrnt/sand ratio and well steel trowelled m² 24 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                 6.0  PLUMBING AND SANITATION ‐                                 Supply and fix hand washing basin complete with fittings and  accessories pc 1 ‐                                 A Supply and fix pvc pipe 1½" pc 1 ‐                                 B Pvc pipe 4'' Grade B pc 3 ‐                                 C Poly pipe (¾'') m 25 ‐                                 D IPS pipe (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 E IPS Elbow (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 F IPS Tee (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 G IPS Nipple (½'') pcs 2 ‐                                 H IPS Reducing Bush (¾'') to (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 I IPS Union (½'') pcs 5 ‐                                 J Connector ¾'' pcs 4 ‐                                 K IPS Socket (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 L Bib tape pex  ½'' pcs 2 ‐                                 M Thread seal tape pcs 5 ‐                                 N Non tap 1½'' No 2 ‐                                 O PVC Elbow 1½'' pcs 8 ‐                                 P PVC Tee 1½'' pcs 4 ‐                                 Q PVC Plug 1½'' pcs 4 ‐                                 Sub‐total ‐                                 ‐                                 7.0  PAINTING AND DECORATION ‐                                 7.1 Supply gypsum powder on gypsum board by skimming m² 17 ‐                                 7.2 Apply three coats of emulsion paints on all internal and external  wall surfaces and ceilling including surface wall at verandeh m² 105 ‐                                 7.3 Prepare and apply one finishing coat and two finishing coats of  silk vinyl paint on plastered walls ( broken white) to all internal  walls surfaces   m² 60 ‐                                 7.4 Apply three coats of gloss paint to skirting 0.15m high internally  wall surface m² 5 ‐                                 7.5 Apply three coats of gloss paint on windows and door frame and  shutter m² 20 ‐                                 7.6 Apply three coarts of gloss bituminous paint to external walls  foundation m² 65 ‐                                 7.7 Apply two coats of wood primer to fisiaboard m² 6 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                 C S/N DESCRIPTION OF WORK UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT 1.0   SUB‐STRUCTURE ‐                                 1.1 Lay external rendering to masonry wall foundation cement /sand  motor 1:4 ratio 15mm thick. m² 15 ‐                                 1.2 Construction of ramp complete with plastering and floor screed. (...) Use Hollow  Section 1.5"x1" frame and 1"x1" shutter using glasses 4mm clear  fixed with steel putty and silicon No 1 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 5.0  PLUMBING AND SANITATION ‐                                 5.1 Supply and fix WC complete with cisten flash tank fittings and  accessories  pc 2 ‐                                 5.2 Supply and fix hand washing sink complete with fittings and  accessories pc 2 ‐                                 5.3 Supply and fix pvc pipe 1½" pc 3 ‐                                 5.4 Pvc pipe 4'' Grade B pc 2 ‐                                 5.5 Poly pipe (¾'') m 10 ‐                                 5.6 IPS pipe (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 5.7 IPS Elbow (½'') pcs 10 ‐                                 5.8 IPS Tee (½'') pcs 10 ‐                                 5.9 IPS Nipple (½'') pcs 5 ‐                                 5.10      IPS Reducing Bush (¾'') to (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 5.11 IPS Union (½'') pcs 5 ‐                                 5.12 Connector ¾'' pcs 4 ‐                                 5.13 IPS Socket (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 5.14 Bib tape pex  ½'' pcs 2 ‐                                 5.15 Thread seal tape pcs 5 ‐                                 5.16 Non tap 1½'' No 2 ‐                                 5.17 PVC Elbow 1½'' pcs 8 ‐                                 5.18 PVC Tee 1½'' pcs 4 ‐                                 5.19 PVC Plug 1½'' pcs 4 ‐                                 Sub‐total ‐                                 6.  (...) This will including  painting red oxide and enamel paint  pc 1 0 6.2 Supply tank 5000L (TRI OR SIM TANK) and its fitting  pc 1 0 6.3 Supply and instal plumbing system 10m from the source to the  Tank and suppy to the toilets and one visible Tape near Kitchen  pc 1 ‐                                 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 A B C D E F ‐                                 7.0  PAINTING AND DECORATION ‐                                 7.1 Apply gypsum powder on gypsum board by skimming m² 4 ‐                                 7.2 Apply three coats of emulsion paints on all internal and external  wall surfaces and ceilling including surface wall at verandeh m² 69 ‐                                 7.3 Prepare and apply one finishing coat and two finishing coats of  silk vinyl paint on plastered walls ( broken white) to all internal  walls surfaces   m² 35 ‐                                 7.4 Apply three coats of gloss paint to skirting 0.15m high internally  wall surface m² 3 ‐                                 7.5 Apply three coats of gloss paint on windows and door frame and  shutter m² 15 ‐                                 7.6 Apply three coarts of gloss bituminous paint to external walls  foundation m² 25 ‐                                 7.7 Apply two coats of wood primer to fasciaboard m² 4 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 8.0  SOAK AWAY PIT ‐                                 8.1 Prepare and cast reinforced concrete deck slab ratio 1:2:4, 12mm  dia steelbar one layer with center 100mm,  including formwork  and cover m³ 1.5 ‐                                 8.2 Lay 40mm thick cement and sand floor screed by using 1:3  cement/sand ratio and well steel trowelled m² 3 ‐                                 8.3 Construction of inspection chamber 0.6m x 0.5m including cover  and plastering No 2 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 TOTAL ‐                                 D 10.1 Supply and install chainlink fence with metal posts 2'' * 2'' * 4mm  angle iron and reinforcement wire 2mm pc 1 10.2 Supply and install  gate with chain link and frame black pipe 1.5''  with posts 2'' black pipe pc 1 0 SUBTOTAL 0 SUMMARY TOTAL AMOUNT TZS Learning Class Room 500000.00 Kitchen and Store 0.00 Toilet 0.00 Fence  0.00 Total  500000.00 VAT 18% 90000.00 Labour charge  0.00 GRAND TOTAL 590000.00 10. 
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Score: 967559 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...q-cbecd-sengerema-20211012.pdf
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