Circular | SDG: 9, 10, 12, 17


The aim is to tender a contract for Maintenance Specification Paving With Open Items (OMOP) for partial assignments from the preparing phase to the moment of execution. 

 The scope concerns Major Maintenance Pavements (repair and construction of elements-, asphalt and concrete pavements), including all associated activities.

By spreading the work to be performed over the entire year, the contractor has more freedom of choice when it comes to performing the partial assignment, of course in consultation with the client and stakeholders.


Client:  Province of Limburg

Period:  Framework Agreement 2021-2024

Tender : European open procedure

Award : EMVI

 To be submitted a Circular Economy Plan of Approach, aimed at making an active contribution to improve the degree of circularity during the term of the contract within the available budget in order to contribute to the objective of a Circular Economy.


positive impact indicators

The indicators are based on the international SDG list of the United Nations .

SDG 9.4


The action plan must make visible which innovations contribute to improving the degree of circularity and thus the transition to a Circular Economy.

SDG 10.3


The Social Return scheme of the Province of Limburg applies to this tender and to the execution of the contract.

SDG 12.2 & 12.5

Circular material 

The action plan must provide insight into the origin and destination of the raw materials, materials, parts and products used. Including formulating and subsequently achieving realistic objectives in the field of circularity.


SDG 17.17

Chain partners

Vision of the collaboration with and the role of chain partners (for example manufacturers of raw materials, transporters, etc.) in the process of circularity and reuse of raw materials, materials, parts and products.


Plan of Approach Circular Economy contains:

  1. The view on the role of the tenderer.
  2. The contribution to improving the degree of circularity.
  3. Visualizing the circularity of the raw materials and materials used and improvements during the contract.
  4. Formulating and subsequently achieving realistic objectives.
  5. The vision on cooperation with and the role of chain partners.
  6. The extent and manner of insight into the origin and destination (after lifespan) of the raw materials, materials, parts and products used.

“For the OMOP, we have chosen to aim for a higher degree of circularity during the contract, whereby we will make this visible and realize this together with chain partners.”

Nele Souverijns

Buyer, Province Limburg

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