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Before structural dismantling, all heating, plumbing, ventilation installations as well as electrical and data infrastructure serving the 4th and higher floors of the Tower will be disconnected/dismantled, including the Plant Room and installations on the roof. (...) Further secondary elements of works relating to the renovation and replacement of technical installations, again corresponding to an area of approximately 60,000 m2 include: Mechanical, Engineering and Plumbing (MEP) Backbone From a technical point of view, one of the main objectives of the SHP project is to bring the Palais des Nations up to the current standards required for Swiss building code compliance. Consequently, the Renovation of the Building E includes the replacement and/or renovation of most of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. Mechanical Systems Most of the existing secondary pipework distribution systems of Building E are to be replaced.
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Score: 967559 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...%20website-%20March%202020.pdf
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PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 1976-1977 : UNITED NATIONS ACCOMMODATION : EXPANSION OF MEETING ROOMS AND IMPROVEMENT OF CONFERENCE SERVICING AND DELEGATE FACILITIES AT UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Heating, ventilating, air conditioning, electrical and plumbing • • . • • • • • • • • • • . . . . . Subtotal 2. (...) Heating, ventilating, air conditioning, electrical and plumbing • • • • • • • • • • • • • Subtotal •• 2. (...) Heating, ventilating, air conditioning, electrical and plumbing • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • $ 5 329 000 SUbtotal • $ 6 995 000 2.
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Score: 966958.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/C.5/31/22&Lang=E
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Group 3 Declining water quality and health July 2, 2008 Water quality and health aspects Group 3 Group 3: Declining water quality and health Case studies: · Cross contamination of in-house plumbing systems due to illegal re-activation of condemned wells in Slovakia · Cold waves reducing water supply and cutting power to health care facilities in Tajikistan · Outbreak of hepatitis-A linked to impact of flooding of old mining sites leading to cross-contamination of wastewater and water supply lines · Management of the risks of vector related diseases, Italy Lessons learned · Importance of public awareness of health risks, of legal frameworks and the underlying reasons. · Importance of well-managed health systems capable of early detection of outbreaks · Importance of established systems for intersectoral cooperation between health systems, GPs, water utilities, municipal authorities and local stakeholders. · Differentiated risk assessment: scientific technical for high risk water supply systems (open wells), infractions in legal regulations (illegal connections in private houses) · (Possible role of empowerment of people – do it yourself test kits) · Extreme evens occur with increasing frequency; therefore, guidance on crisis management should be included in the guidance on water and adaptation. · Urgent need for strategic plans at national level (as opposed to plans at the level of an individual institute or settlement) linking human and material resources to geographically differentiated risk assessment (rural / urban areas) · Importance of multisectoral approval of emergency plans. · Preparedness adaptation to incremental change should not exclude or compete with preparedness for extreme / catastrophic events. · There is no need to make detailed health impact assessments (of flooding) to get the idea across that the health sector is important. · Recognize the risk posed by heritage sites – abandoned mines can become high risk locales in event of flooding. · We were prepared but it still happened!
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Score: 959212.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Report_WaterQuality-Health.doc
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The review showed that major building systems (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) in the Secretariat building at UN ESCAP would soon be reaching the end of useful life and therefore required upgrading works to ensure full functionality. (...) The Secretariat building is subject to a broader scope, including a greater degree of seismic retrofitting as well as extensive replacement of major building systems (electrical, mechanical, plumbing) that have reached or are expected to reach the end of their useful lives, in the near future.
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Score: 957216.1 - https://www.unescap.org/smp
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THE CREATION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR INNOVATIVE URBAN SYSTEMS : JOHN P. EBERHARD
It was the development of sewer systems, water distribution networks, and indoor plumbing, however, that provided the solution to these problems and made cities livable. The inventors and entrepreneurs who developed and installed sewer and water systems and manufactured and installed plumbing fixtures were opportunists, not problem solvers. (...) The developed world places another burden on the developing countries by - 4 - offering no alternative to them but expensive plumbing systems as a solution to their urban sanitary requirements.
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Score: 956059.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/CONF.70/RPC/BC/13&Lang=E
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PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 2008-2009. PART 11, CAPITAL EXPENDITURES, SECTION 32, CONSTRUCTION, ALTERATION, IMPROVEMENT AND MAJOR MAINTENANCE
The provision would cover activities in the areas of: heating, ventilation, air conditioning and machine shop maintenance; electrical maintenance; plumbing maintenance; replacement of carpets; upholstery and draperies; carpentry; painting; safety and security related maintenance; asbestos abatement and environmental testing; structural and architectural maintenance; and general gardening and other urgent maintenance to ensure reliable and efficient operation of the facilities and safety and health of delegates, staff and visitors. (...) The provision would cover activities in the areas of heating, ventilation, the air conditioning and machine shop, electrical maintenance, plumbing maintenance, structural and architectural maintenance, including major roof repairs and waterproofing, masonry works, replacement of elevators and general gardening and other urgent maintenance to ensure reliable and efficient operation of the facilities and safety of delegates, staff and visitors. (...) The provision under major maintenance includes: heating, ventilation, air conditioning and machine shop maintenance; maintenance of the external facades of the buildings; maintenance of the document conveyor system; electrical and plumbing maintenance; and general gardening and other urgent maintenance. 4.
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Score: 952250.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/62/6(SECT.32)&Lang=E
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Vocational Training Graduation CeremonySarafand More than sixty five trainees have received a final degree after completing a vocational training course in the following areas: Electrical installation, Painting, Plumbing and Mosaics. Press release | 27 May 2010 Download: Vocational Training Graduation CeremonySarafand pdf - 0.1 MB Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 943075.6 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...Y_PR_121_EN/lang--en/index.htm
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In view of the ongoing litigations, Administration has delayed the closure of the CMP account till conclusion of the litigations. beanygu25 Stamp Managing tile campus The Umoja Preventive Maintenance module was implemented in Octob er 2017 for all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment installed by the capital master plan as well as for selected legacy systems.
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Score: 943075.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...82019_Constr_CMP_AOC%20BOA.pdf
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BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 1960 :MAJOR MAINTENANCE AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME AT HEADQUARTERS
(ii) mechanical work, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, dust control, fire protection equipment and electrical work (40 per cent of general construction costs) (iii) restoration of site: breaking through the wall of the basement area to allow for construction traffic and the closing of the wall; restoration of garden area affected by construction Architect's and engineer's fees as well as blue-prints (10 per cent of above costs) $393,000 261,000 73,000 sub-total Contingencies (at a minimum of 10 per cent of above costs) GRAND TOTAL A/C.5/802 English Annex Page 3 727,000 73,000 $800,000 80,000 $880,000 9. (...) It might be advantageous to start at an early date on the basic work, such as air conditioning, plumbing, heating, dust control and fire protection.
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Score: 941172.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=A/C.5/802&Lang=E
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REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER THE ARTICLE 9 OF THE CONVENTION : INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF GUATEMALA ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION (CERD/C/GTM/CO/12-13)
Table 1 Type of access to water in homes, by urban/rural classification, 2006 Households Type of access Urban % Rural % Total % Plumbing (connected) in dwelling 1.111.338 78 534.138 43,5 1.645.476 62 Plumbing (connected) outside dwelling but on the property 170.651 12 209.864 17,1 380.515 14,3 Public or private standpipe 16.831 1,2 43.839 3,6 60.670 2,3 Public or private borehole 61.427 4,3 218.120 17,8 279.547 10,5 River, lake, spring 9.270 0,6 148.704 12,1 157.974 6 Tanker truck 24.484 1,7 11.331 0,9 35.815 1,4 CERD/C/GTM/CO/12-13/Add.1 GE.11-43822 (EXT) 10 Households Type of access Urban % Rural % Total % Rain water 928 0,1 22.413 1,8 23.341 0,9 Other 29.828 2,1 39.805 3,2 69.633 2,6 Total 1.424.757 100 1.228.214 100 2.652.971 100 Source: Environmental Profile of Guatemala, 2008-2009 IARNA/URL. 3. (...) The Environmental Report (GEO 2009) of the State of Guatemala indicates that in the four departments of Sololá, Huehuetenango, Quiché and San Marcos, a higher percentage of households is supplied by internal plumbing, followed by those supplied by outside plumbing. (...) Percentage of homes, by type of water supply, in departments of Sololá, Huehuetenango, Quiché and San Marcos Sololá Huehuetenango Quiché San Marcos Plumbing (connected) inside Standpipe, public or private River, lake, spring Rainwater Plumbing (connected) outside Borehole, public or private Tanker truck Other CERD/C/GTM/CO/12-13/Add.1 GE.11-43822 (EXT) 11 4.
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Score: 933761.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RD/C/GTM/CO/12-13/ADD.1&Lang=E
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