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  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.4/0060/NC of 30/07/2015
    To purchase an annual renewable maintenance contract (4 yrs) for preventive and corrective maintenance + 48hr on site delay
    Last Update: 30-07-2015
  • JRC/IPR/2015/I.1/0018/OC of 09/06/2015
    Call for tender for the supply and maintenance of an inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometer (ICP-MS).
    Last Update: 30-07-2015
  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.1/0042/RC of 22/05/2015
    IMPORTANT INFORMATION PUBLISHED ON 10/07/2015: A corrigendum has been published today in the Official Journal of the European Union. With this corrigendum, the deadline for submitting candidatures has been postponed to 28/8/2015 and the description of the works also includes the construction of parking places. --------- IMPORTANT: Interested parties need to submit their applications before the deadline indicated in Heading IV.3.4 of the Contract Notice by post/courier/hand delivery to the address given in Heading I.1 of the Contract Notice. Applications cannot be submitted by email. The project concerns the construction of a new building for laboratories and office space for scientific policy support activities related to EU food safety and quality legislation carried out by the JRC's Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements (JRC-IRMM) in Geel (Belgium). The design of the building, carried out by the JRC-IRMM, will be based on the identification of the essential needs and requirements to operate the food safety and quality activities in the future. The pre-design architectural study, in the finalisation stage at present, will minimise energy demands and will implement energy efficiency and low carbon technologies. Concerning the future of the old buildings, one of them will be maintained on a low technical level and used for storage purposes of food materials and other equipment of the JRC-Geel site, and in particular of the collection of the EURL feed additives. Another building will be refurbished to become an information and scientific training centre and the third one will be used for the purpose of analysis of nanomaterials. Building surface area required: The planned building will have three floors with the following breakdown of surfaces: Total floor area offices: 1.000 sqm Total floor area laboratories: 1.400 sqm Total floor area technical rooms: 316 sqm Total meeting rooms, storage rooms and circulation: 767 sqm Total floor area: 3.483 sqm Parking places: outside the scope of the project
    Last Update: 29-07-2015
  • JRC/IPR/2015/G.5/0013/NC of 16/07/2015
    It is intended to conduct experiments on free-space quantum cryptography, using an optical signal with a wavelength in the range 800-850nm. We have identified silicon single-photon avalanche diodes operating in the Geiger mode as the most suitable type of detector, based on price, performance, reliability and ease of use. Thus we propose to buy five identical single-photon detectors and 1 year guarantee.
    Last Update: 29-07-2015
  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.3/0057/OC of 03/07/2015
    The JRC-IRMM has built up a laboratory for research on detection of explosives and aviation security detection equipment in order to enhance the Commission's ability to be actively engaged in the development of technology policies. This Service Contract will allow JRC-IRMM to work with up-to-date detection equipment on rather short notice between 3 and 6 months, thereby delivering support to policy making based on representative current technology.
    Last Update: 29-07-2015