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Title:inverness Airport Windfarm Mitigated Surveillance


Periodic indicative notice without call for competition: radar surveillance equipment

Description of the procurement: The psr/ssr at inverness airport were installed in 2008 and elements are now obsolete. hial therefore requires a replacement solution for primary and secondary surveillance at inverness airport to be procured in the near future.

Currently there are several wind farms proposed in the vicinity of inverness airport at various stages of development, which have the potential to impact adversely on the airports psr. hial and the scottish government both have strategic aims towards environmental management, which includes supporting renewable energy. to remove planning objections founded on potential impact to the airports psr, hial is considering procurement of technical solutions successfully implemented at other airports.

The demand for a radar mitigation solution is immediate and therefore hial plan to procure a technical solution in the financial year 2020/21.

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Airport-related activities Major organization : HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS AIRPORTS LTD Address : Postal Address: Head Office, Inverness Airport Town: Inverness Country :United Kingdom Email : Url : Tender notice number : 320351-2020 Notice type : Procurement Forecast Open date : 2021-04-13

Tender documents : T454841826.html


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