France - Feasibility studies, consulting services, analysis

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Opportunity closing date
15 July 2019
Opportunity publication date
05 June 2019
71241000: Feasibility study, advisory service, analysis
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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The incumbent will have the following roles: - advice and support, - technical support linked to the skills acquired, - assessment of the situation prior to each case, - participation in the various meetings and group work, - contribution of its methodology, - responsibility for drafting various documents: reports, files (including DCE, administrative authorization such as authorization to develop an ERP or prior declaration), protocols, minutes, reports of choice... That it will produce sufficient copies on paper and computer media, - estimate the amounts of work. The missions entrusted may relate to the basic mission or to one of the missions defined by the MOP law and its implementing regulations. See CCTP. The level of the mission will be defined in each operation, bearing in mind that all mission elements must be validated by the project owner's safety manager, who will ensure the consistency of the fire safety system. The OPC mission for these operations will be carried out: - either as part of a mission element entrusted to the EOM of batch 2, - or by the coordinator holding batch 5. The missions are specified in the CCTP. This framework agreement concerns levels 2 and 3 of coordination as defined in the official texts. The assignment will comply with the NF X46-020 standard (version applicable on 1.10.2017). Mission G1 PGC/G2 AVP/G2 PRO/G2 DCE ACT/G4.

Opportunity closing date
15 July 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed

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EPSM Lille Métropole rue du Général Leclercq, BP 10 Armentières 59487 France

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