A report containing the data incoming from the following partners: AYUNTAMIENTO DE BILBAO CAMARA DO SEIXAL BAIA DO TEJO CITTALIA RFVG
Description of the fundamental decisions on procurement structure: (i) duration; (ii) overall budget, iii) number, type and duration of R&D services and phases, iv) budget allocation per phase, v) number of offers required per phase.
Aiming an extensive range of solutions to be implemented in the case studies of the project, a compilation of innovative, emerging, or, even, disruptive remediation technologies will be performed. This technology description will include capabilities and drawbacks, cost estimations, further developments needed (related to emerging or pre-market ready technologies), time of performance, etc. Based on this collection of technologies, functional demands of the brownfields will be compared and assessed, aiming most suitable solution(s) from an overall and integrated approach.
A practical-visual handbook to show to public entities steps to follow to proceed to decontaminate brownfields through Precommercial Procurement. This will include as well the barriers and solutions found Recommendations for administrative contract documents Recommendations on innovation Evaluation Criteria Focus on results Differences between PCP, PPI and Competitive Dialogue Quick guide for Public Procurers Quick guide for Suppliers
List of patented compatible soil/groundwater remediation technologies, in relation to their cost/benefit (or value added) recorded to identify innovative solutions.
A report about the different barriers found, such as: legal, financial, environmental and procedural and will focus on the solutions to solve them up. The document will include a specific issue pointed out by procurers and a list of different barriers that may be found in general in brownfields pointing out possible solutions according the PCP process.
Assessments of technologies that enable to visualize the future impact of soil decontamination development, their relevance to common needs identified via PCP, their advantage in a joint and European-scale procurement.
Report that contains among others common information about: Rank-order the perceived needs A list of needs and prioritization The (presumed) volume of expenditure, The (current) concentration level of the supply channel, The need for open standards at an European level, The expected impact on raising European industry’s innovative performance
The Brodise diseminating Report will include a complete list of: dissemination acts done or expected workshops participation events participants list public bodies, technologists, research centers, multistakeholders involved list
A report about the final event Quantitative and qualitative impact of the event Number of special guests, speakers and sponsors. Number of activities and themes. Mention social activities if any, coffee breaks, banquet. Number of pre-enrollment, enrollment, and invitations or scholarships. Comprehensive database of registered Audiovisual material, photographs of activities, corporate video. A video with different spaces and activities that were experienced during the event. A sample of all the material that was presented in the pre event and during the event announcements, programs, invitations, etc. Survey, reviews and evaluation of participants.
The announce on TED (EU database Tenders Electronic Daily) of the Technical Dialogue on Decontamination of Soils in order that all interested bodies technologists or suppliers could join the project.
The announce through the partners web pages of the BRODISE project in order to enlarge the potential interested public demand, Public Procurers from local, regional, national, European regions Technologists Research Centers Decontamination solution Providers
A report about the training resources used for every partner. Leaflets Workshops Conferences Web And their comments on how afterwards the audience was enlarge and/or participate on the Brodise Project.
A report about the buyer network group created: the participants the alliances created the interaction into Brodise the open information system created An experience that should go further from Brodise time line
WebSite: Set up and maintain a web site in order to keep up to date relevant information about the project development, next steps, how to get involved activities… The WebSite will be registered under a .eu domain and it will be active from the beginning of the project and for at least 3 years after finishing this. If so considers the European Commission. It will provide RSS feeds to enable syndication by third parties, so to consider potential users.
A report on specific actions made to enlarge: • different potential public buyers; local, national, european • decontamination technologists suppliers • research centers interested A newsletter to describe the project and its achievements A tutorial about how to proceed through PCP to find a decontamination solution for brownfields A report on the conferences attended to spread the experience A report about the different web platforms where our project has been publicated
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