The airport is interested in purchasing airport runway deicers. Contract term 3 years.
The acquisition of airport ground support equipment such as aircraft tug, belt loader, stair truck and lavatory service cart. Contract term 3 years.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is seeking a contractor to perform crack sealing on CLT’s airfield. The work performed on the airfield will include working on runways, taxiways, aprons, and areas around the terminal ramp.
The working hours for this project will be from 11:15 pm to 5:30 am. The contractor will be required to provide all materials, equipment, labor to install crack sealant and cleaning for the work area. The airport will furnish and install
the required barricades for this project.
The project consists of renovations of the public areas of Concourse E, including concourse circulation areas, hold rooms, and toilet rooms.
Items specifically included in the public area renovations are as follows:
• New carpet in the hold rooms, New terrazzo in circulation corridors and toilet rooms
• Complete renovation of all existing toilet rooms
• New general lighting and accent lighting
• Fire protection in selected areas
• Electrical modifications, including powered seating
• New signage and wayfinding to align with current CLT standards
• Replacement of Air Handling Units
Pursuant to this Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”), Charlotte Douglas International Airport (“CLT” or “Airport”), which is owned and operated by the City of Charlotte, North Carolina, is seeking statement of qualifications (“SOQ”) from qualified and experienced firms (individually or collectively, the “Firm”) interested in providing Special Inspections and Material Testing Services for the Concourse A Expansion Phase II Project
CLT Airport – Technology Infrastructure
Act as an Owner’s Agent for daily operational and Construction related projects and tasks as needed. These include, but are not limited to: TMA/IMA tasks, internal team tasks, Informal projects, Formal (Capital) projects, other duties as assigned.
Assist in the review of Construction and/or Design Team generated drawings and specifications as required to install, test and certify new infrastructure for each design review period, between new outlet and equipment device locations, Communications Equipment Rooms and/or Cabinets, and Communications rooms as it relates to the new system installation, and advise CLT Technology Infrastructure of compliance with standards applicable to each entity.
Recommend inclusion into the design any necessary cabling infrastructure and pathway recommendations to CLT Technology Infrastructure as practical to accommodate future expansion of known campus infrastructure and future tie-ins to planned facilities.
Review shop drawings, answer Design Team, Contractor and CLT generated Requests for Information, observe the installation as Agent for CLT Technology Infrastructure, and verify compliance with the Design Documents and CLT Technology directives.
Provide Construction Services to include meeting attendance. These meetings may include pre-construction meetings, OAC Meetings, and other meetings as directed by CLT Technology Infrastructure. Also, perform Construction Observation site visits, identify potential problem areas, generate punch lists as required, recommend solutions and provide reports to CLT Technology Infrastructure for distribution.
If the company is already engaged as a designer for Communications/Telecom/Special systems, etc., for a project, then the ability to act as an Owner’s Agent, for the same project, under this scope shall be null and void
One of seven remaining bid packages within the North End Around Taxiway Program. This work includes the construction of the North End Around Taxiway (NEAT) to make it fully operational. Major work items in this package include minor grading, concrete taxiway paving, related airfield lighting, pavement markings, and signage.
This airfield construction project will convert existing Runway 5-23 into a taxiway. Work includes but is not limited to asphalt paving, airfield marking, and airfield electrical.
Remove existing fiberglass reinforced plastic pipe and install new steel jet fuel piping from FBO tank farm to fueling cabinets on the FBO ramp. Most removal will be direct excavation. The removed material is anticipated to need environmental disposal off-site. New material will be required to fill the trench after a new pipe is placed. Some directional boring is required under the taxiway.