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Africa Hall is currently under massive renovation in order to transform it into a state-of-the-art conference venue as well as a museum.  (...) Ethiopia and ECA sign agreement to kick-start Africa Hall renovations   Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, April 13, 2018 (ECA) – The Economic Commission for Africa and Ethiopia on Friday signed an agreement marking the beginning of renovations to modernize the iconic Africa Hall, the birthplace of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) which is now the African Union. (...) Carlos Lopes, met Ethiopia’s President Mulatu Teshome on 31 May 2016 to discuss progress on plans to renovate the iconic Africa Hall as part of a larger project to modernize the building and also create a visitor's centre experience on the grounds of the ECA.
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Score: 971057.4 - https://www.uneca.org/node/4708/
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Air Quality Assessment SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS INCENTIVES TOWARDS CLEAN ENERGY USE BY HOUSEHOLDS © BMK, Armin Pecher | SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS SUPPORT FOR FUEL SWITCH AND NEW BOILERS 2 ASSURES MULTIPLE POLICY GAINS  Reduces air pollution in residential areas  Mitigates climate change through greenhouse gas emission reductions  Facilitates clean energy use esp. for less wealthy citizens POLICY MOTIVATION MAY VARY ACCORDING TO SITUATION  Current focus on fuel replacement for climate policy in Austria  Current focus on air quality and social justice in Sofia, Skopje and Sarajevo © SOLID | SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS EXCHANGE YOUR OLD OIL BOILER AND BE SUPPORTED 3  Funding 2021 for thermal building renovation and boiler replacement “Get out of oil and gas"  On February 9, 2021, the Austrian climate protection ministry's new promotion campaign for thermal building renovation (“renovation check”) and boiler replacement (“get out of oil and gas”) for climate- friendly alternatives. (...) Source: https://www.bmk.gv.at/themen/klima_umwelt/klimaschutz/ufi/sanierung_kesselaustausch.html https://www.bmk.gv.at/themen/klima_umwelt/klimaschutz/ufi/sanierung_kesselaustausch.html | SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS “OUT OF OIL AND GAS” PROGRAMME 2021 – DETAILS 4 Compared to the previous year, some funding criteria have been simplified and the funding offer made more attractive and uncomplicated:  The period between registration and application will be extended from 5 to 6 months (for "get out of oil and gas").  The maximum subsidy rate will be increased to 35 percent (for “get out of oil and gas”).  District heating connection fees can now also be subsidized.  During the comprehensive renovation, the technical criteria will be adapted to the standard of OIB-RL 6 or klima:aktiv 2020.  If renewable raw materials are used as insulation material, a surcharge of 50 percent can be granted on the respective maximum subsidy flat rate (renovation check in a one or two-family house).  Individual component renovation is funded again (renovation check in one or two-family house):  Submission of an overall renovation concept / energy certificate or energy advice is a requirement for funding.  maximum lump sum funding of 2,000 euros. | SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS EU LIFE INTEGRATED PROJECT IN BULGARIA 5  https://lifeipcleanair.eu/en/index.html  Municipality Sofia (Lead) together with other main Bulgarian cities  Motivated by high exceedances of EU Particulate Matter limit values in Bulgarian cities and an air quality integrated LIFE project in southern Poland  Includes new heating devices and additional air quality monitoring  November 2020 – start of changing heating devices eg in Ruse (overall 1468 households until 2024) and Veliko Tarnovo (overall 548 households until 2024)  The new heating devices may be one of the following types: pellet fireplace, pellet stove with water jacket, pellet boiler with water jacket, gas boiler, gas convector, steel panel radiators.  The dismantling of the old heating equipment using wood and coal, its removal from the home and transportation for recycling, are also provided to the households free of charge  In spite of generous conditions, some administrative challenges to promote swift uptake by housholds – comparable experience as in Austria (access to programmes must be as easy as possible, esp. for socially less favoured households) https://lifeipcleanair.eu/en/index.html | SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS NORTH MACEDONIA - SKOPJE 6  …. the most recent activity, promoted by the Minister of Environmental Protection of North Macedonia at the recent regional conference organized by the RES Foundation in December 2020, is an initiative from Skopje municipality to subsidize individual households willingly to replace their wood stoves or boilers that use heating oil with new inverter air conditioners.  Each household is entitled to as much as EUR 1,000 within the scheme for improving air quality  https://balkangreenenergynews.com/skopje-supports-its-households-to-reduce-air- pollution/ https://balkangreenenergynews.com/skopje-supports-its-households-to-reduce-air-pollution/ | SWITCHING FUEL AND REPLACING BOILERS BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA - SARAJEVO 7  Sarajevo Canton's Strategy for Restricting the Use of Coal and Other Solid Fuels in Sarajevo Canton for 2021-2031, is the first concrete decarbonization plan in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Score: 971057.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._and%20stove%20replacement.pdf
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Update on the headquarters building renovation project This GB document is printed in limited numbers to minimize the environmental impact of the ILO's activities and processes, contribute to climate neutrality and improve efficiency. (...) Author unit: Headquarters Building Renovation Project (Deputy Director-General for Management and Reform). (...) The amount of CHF26 million realized from the sale has been allocated to the renovation project in accordance with the approved financial plan. 10.
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Score: 971057.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_413825.pdf
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Microsoft Word - RFPQS_Renovation-Contract-2_Attach2_Levels-of-Intervention_final.docx UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 1 of 5 Attachment 2—Levels of Intervention Renovation of the Historical Buildings (Buildings A, B, C, D and S) at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 2 of 5 FACILITATING WORKS AND BUILDING WORKS 0 Facilitating Works 0.1 Toxic/hazardous/contaminated material removal Mainly asbestos removal in main plantroom 0.2 Major Demolition Works Not currently anticipated 0.3 Specialist Groundworks Not currently anticipated 0.4 Temporary Diversion Works Not currently anticipated 0.5 Extraordinary Site Investigation Works Not currently anticipated 1 Substructure 1.1 Substructure Cafeteria extension New room XII partition 2 Superstructure 2.1 Frame Cafeteria extension New room XII partition Press room 2.2 Upper Floors Cafeteria extension New room XII partition 2.3 Roof Cafeteria extension 2.4 Stairs and Ramps Limited 2.5 External Walls Cafeteria extension 2.6 Windows and External Doors Cafeteria extension Change and renovation across the buildings 2.7 Internal Walls and Partitions Across the buildings 2.8 Internal Doors Across the buildings Main concern with heritage aspect 3 Internal Finishes 3.1 Wall Finishes Across the buildings 3.2 Floor Finishes Across the buildings 3.3 Ceiling Finishes Across the buildings 4 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Fixed) Across the buildings 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Loose - New and Heritage) New furniture in new support nodes of office areas Heritage furniture across the buildings 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Loose - Used Office Furniture) Used furniture across the offices 4.1 Signage Not currently anticipated 5 Services 5.1 Sanitary Installations Partial renovation of sanitary ware and fittings 5.2 Services Equipment Not applicable 5.3 Disposal Installations Local adaptation and upgrade 5.4 Water Installations Global upgrade 5.5 Heat Source New plant room 5.6 Space Heating and Air Conditioning Local upgrade and general cleaning 5.7 Ventilation Replacement of existing systems 5.8 Electrical Installations New cabling Partial new lighting Partial rearrangement of existing lighting Lighting automation upgrade New panelboards Upgrade of existing panelboards Cleaning of all obsolete systems New UPS New emergency lighting installation 5.9 Fuel Installations Not applicable 5.10 Lift and Conveyor Installations Upgrade of some equipment Change of some equipment 5.11.1 Fire and Lightning Protection Upgrade of existing system New in Cafeteria 5.11.2 Library fire extinction: water mist + oxyreduction +airtight New protection system in Library and Archive 5.12.1 Communication, Security and Control Systems New control center 5.12.2 Fire Detection and Alarm Installation Extension and upgrade of existing system 5.12.3 Clock Installation New infrastructure 5.12.4 Evacuation Installation Upgrade public address system 5.12.5 Structural Cabling Installation New and adaptation 5.12.6 Network Active Equipment Installation only – supply by UNOG 5.12.7 Audio Installation (building) Upgrade public address system 5.12.8 CCTV Upgrade CCTV installation UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 3 of 5 5.12.9 Access Control Upgrade access control installation 5.12.10 Disabled Call Systems New intercom system 5.12.11 Building Management and automatic Controls Installation Extension of existing system 5.12.12 AV Conference Systems New CMSI in most of the rooms New display system New robotic camera system New broadcast installation for Press Conf. Room Move of existing TV studio 5.12.13 PC Conference Installation only – supply by UNOG 5.12.14 Acoustics Assembly Hall Study and improvement 5.12.17 Digital Signage Extension of existing system 5.12.18 Mobile Phone Network Not currently anticipated 5.12.19 Server and Storage Not currently anticipated 5.13 Specialist Installations Dismantling and adaptation of pneumatic systems 5.14 BWIC Connection with Services Across the buildings 5.15 Testing and Commissioning All systems 6 Prefabricated Buildings and Building Units 6.1 Prefabricated Buildings and Building Units Not currently anticipated 7 Work to Existing Buildings 7.1 Minor Demolition Works and Alteration Works Across the buildings 7.2 Repairs to Existing Services Not currently anticipated 7.3 DPC's/Fungus and Beetle Eradication Not currently anticipated 7.4 Façade Retention Not currently anticipated 7.5 Cleaning Existing Surfaces Not currently anticipated 7.6 Renovation Works Across buildings 8 External Works 8.1 Site Preparation Works Not currently anticipated 8.2 Roads, Paths, Paving and Surfacing Cafeteria landscaping 8.3 Soft Landscaping, Planting and Irrigation Systems Cours d’honneur landscaping 8.4 Fencing, Railings and Walls Not applicable 8.5 External Fixtures Minor external works for cafeteria 8.6 External Drainage Not currently anticipated 8.7 External Services Not currently anticipated 8.8 Minor Building Works and Ancillary Buildings Not currently anticipated PRELIMINARIES AND INDIRECT WORKS 9 Main Contractor's Preliminaries (B) 9.1.1 Main Contractor Preliminaries Across buildings 9.1.2 Site Installations Across buildings 9.1.3 Temporary installations for UNOG business Across buildings 9.1.4 Business Continuity provisional works Across buildings 9.1.5 Moving Across buildings 9.1.6 Heritage / Art protection and restauration Across buildings 9.1.7 Heritage / Moving Across buildings 9.1.8 Additional Security measures Across buildings 9.1.9 Construction All Risk Insurance Across buildings 9.1.10 Cleaning post-Handover from Contractor Across buildings 9.1.11 Additional surveys if needed (MEP + Architectural) Across buildings 9.1.12 Defects Liability and Warranty Works; necessary remedy concerning any equipment and material defects as required after each Section of Work is handed over to the Employer. All project 9.2.1 Commissioning Agent All systems 9.2.2 BIM Management Full service 9.3 General contractor management Full service 9.4 Additional banksmen to manage deliveries etc. between site area and Building Across buildings Table 3: Construction services currently anticipated (not limited to) — listed under New Rules of Measurement 1 table – NRM1 UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 4 of 5 Chart 1: Approximate Overall Works Breakdown by Principle Element / Function 1% 15% 41% 4% 5% 2% 9% 11% 12% UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 5 of 5 UN UN Design Contractor Contractor Technical Design (RIBA) X Design Portions Construction Support / Additional Design Information X Shop Drawings and Method Statements X Supply of IT active equipment X Construction X Hand Over X Maintenance X Limited to a few Technical Installations Table 4: Design Development and Overall Responsibilities Repartition
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Score: 970976.6 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...vels-of-Intervention_final.pdf
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Currently, the baseline for the renovation works is estimated to consist of External Works (1%); Works to the Existing Buildings (15%); Services (41%); Fittings Furnishings & Equipment (4%); Cafeteria Works (5%); Facilitating Works (2%); Superstructure (9%); Internal Finishes (11%); and Conference Room Renovation Works (12%). (...) The Renovation Construction Works are expected to be initiated on site by the selected vendor in June 2019 for an estimated duration of 40 months. (...) The United Nations General Assembly approved the establishment of the Strategic Heritage Plan (SHP) which includes the construction of a New Permanent Office Building (NPB) of approximately 22,371 m2, together with the complete renovation of the main Palais des Nations complex of buildings, much of which dates back to the 1930’s.
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Score: 970859 - https://www.ungeneva.org/ar/pr...ocurement/closed-opportunities
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Currently, the baseline for the renovation works is estimated to consist of External Works (1%); Works to the Existing Buildings (15%); Services (41%); Fittings Furnishings & Equipment (4%); Cafeteria Works (5%); Facilitating Works (2%); Superstructure (9%); Internal Finishes (11%); and Conference Room Renovation Works (12%). (...) The Renovation Construction Works are expected to be initiated on site by the selected vendor in June 2019 for an estimated duration of 40 months. (...) The United Nations General Assembly approved the establishment of the Strategic Heritage Plan (SHP) which includes the construction of a New Permanent Office Building (NPB) of approximately 22,371 m2, together with the complete renovation of the main Palais des Nations complex of buildings, much of which dates back to the 1930’s.
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Score: 970859 - https://www.ungeneva.org/ru/pr...ocurement/closed-opportunities
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Currently, the baseline for the renovation works is estimated to consist of External Works (1%); Works to the Existing Buildings (15%); Services (41%); Fittings Furnishings & Equipment (4%); Cafeteria Works (5%); Facilitating Works (2%); Superstructure (9%); Internal Finishes (11%); and Conference Room Renovation Works (12%). (...) The Renovation Construction Works are expected to be initiated on site by the selected vendor in June 2019 for an estimated duration of 40 months. (...) The United Nations General Assembly approved the establishment of the Strategic Heritage Plan (SHP) which includes the construction of a New Permanent Office Building (NPB) of approximately 22,371 m2, together with the complete renovation of the main Palais des Nations complex of buildings, much of which dates back to the 1930’s.
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Score: 970859 - https://www.ungeneva.org/en/pr...ocurement/closed-opportunities
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South-East Asia Bangladesh Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Hon’ble Minister of Health and Family Welfare visits WHO renovated District Sadar Hospital in Cox's Bazar Hon’ble Minister of Health and Family Welfare visits WHO renovated District Sadar Hospital in Cox's Bazar 22 July 2019 Highlights Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Mr Zahid Maleque MP, Hon’ble Minister of Health and Family Welfare visited the District Sadar Hospital in Cox's Bazar this Tuesday July 23rd, to see the results of WHO's efforts to strengthen the capacities of Cox's Bazar only secondary health care referral hospital for the Rohingya population and host community. “We are at Sadar Hospital, the main hospital where the Rohingya and host population are being treated and WHO has done a very good job in renovating this facility by bringing new beds and many instruments. (...) With the funding support of USD 2 million from King Salman Humanitarian Aid And Relief Centre, WHO provided support to increase the capacity of the hospital including renovations of wards and operation theatre complex, hiring additional health workforce, providing medicines, medical supplies and equipment, conducting trainings on acute watery diarrhea, providing nutritional meals for the additional in-patients.
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Score: 966736.5 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...-sadar-hospital-in-cox's-bazar
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United Nations Nations Unies BOARD OF AUDITORS NEW YORK Phone: (212) 963-5623 2 In November 2019, the contract for renovating the Palais des Nations was concluded with the construction firm. (...) Originally, the start of the renovation works was scheduled for June 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the commencement of the renovation works was postponed to September 2020. (...) Such improvements relate to the contracting strategy for the renovation work, building information modelling, energy savings, sustainability and alternative sources of project financing.
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Score: 965122.9 - https://www.un.org/en/auditors...atement%20September%202020.pdf
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This included support from the Government of Japan to renovate five units of basic biosafety level 2 and one unit of containment biosafety level 3 laboratories, and to equip them with new working systems.  (...) Japanese Ambassador Nashida Kazuya visiting the National Institute of Health Renovated Laboratories (Level 2 and 3). © WHO/Ploy Phutpheng “The labs have been used to manage major disease outbreaks in the past, but the equipment and operations system were going out-of-date,” explained Dr. (...) Japanese Ambassador Nashida Kazuya, and Ministry of Public Health’s senior officials at a group photo session in front of the National Institute of Health Renovated Laboratories (Levels 2 and 3).  © WHO/Ploy Phutpheng On 22 June 2021,  Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul chaired the handover ceremony of the renovated laboratories by the Japanese Ambassador Nashida Kazuya, in the presence of the WHO Representative to Thailand, Dr Daniel Kertesz. 
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Score: 964383.5 - https://www.who.int/thailand/n...detail/signed-sealed-delivered
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