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Contractor - Ingenieursbureau SGS Roos+Bijl
 

Contractor

Do you have an underground infrastructure challenge? We will gladly collaborate with you. 

Contractor

Extremely attractive tenders are often put out by the government. But the role of the contractors is undergoing a major change here. What exactly does this mean for you as a contractor? And how can you make a good impression with the authorities in all phases when it comes down to the smart installation of the underground infrastructure?

Nowadays governments put the whole engineering package, from engineering to maintenance, on the market. In doing so, they use different forms of contracts and tenders. An example is functional specification and system engineering. Environmental and licence management is another important task. On top of that, there is the matter of engineering requirements becoming ever-increasingly complex, partly due to the increasing underground activity and the involvement of many parties.

Our services

Do you as a contractor want to be able to count on the advice and wide-ranging capabilities of an experienced specialist? We are ready to advise you with a committed and flexible team. We work on prominent energy projects at home and abroad.

The following is a summary of our services for contractors:

Advice and guidance concerning project conformity, contract formation, general conditions, forms of tenders and compensation

Cases of excavation damage

Carrying out environmental investigations

Cable and piping engineering

Guidance with, advice on and drawing up documents for tenders

Project management

Coordination of cables and piping in projects

Specialist technical advice

Licence management: applications, management and advice for licences

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Advies en
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Project
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Asset-
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Legal

Our specialities

Oil, gas and chemicals, energy, water and telecommunications are our fields of expertise. Would you like to read more about our outlook on these subjects?