Charlotte Douglas International Airport (“CLT” or “Airport”), which is owned and operated by the City of Charlotte, North Carolina (“City”), is seeking Proposals from qualified and experienced companies (individually or collectively, the “Proposer”) interested in Parking Management and Staff Services.
Pursuant to this Request for Proposals (“RFP”), Charlotte Douglas International Airport (“CLT” or “Airport”), which is owned and operated by the City of Charlotte, North Carolina (“City”), is seeking Proposals from qualified and experienced companies (individually or collectively, the “Proposer”) interested in providing a Digital Asset Management System (the “Work”).
Direct pedestrian, vehicular and construction-related traffic on upper and lower levels of the terminal entrances, and other areas as assigned, to prevent congestion. Provide information to the public and give directions to airport and off-airport locations. Provide exceptional customer service while maintaining an obstruction-free walkway for the movement of pedestrians across the crosswalk. Provides assistance to individuals needing help crossing the street. Directing smokers to appropriate smoking areas. Report unattended bags. Perform other duties as required. Use proper radio etiquette for communication over the radio.
This solicitation will be to provide a connection point for a portable generator hookup at our Fleet Maintenance Facility. The desired emergency loads will have to be divided out into an emergency panel and the emergency panel will be supplied by a manual transfer switch. The Airport would like the generator to provide standby power for the fire pump, front office computer loads, shop air compressor, trapeze power throughout the shop, all lighting, tire rack balancer and mounter, oil lube pumps, etc. The term for this contract is four months.
This project will consist of approximately 75,000 LF (not to exceed) of crack sealing in Overflow Parking, Lots 1 & 2.
The contractor will properly remove/clean vegetation and debris from cracks and hot pour crack seal in running/random cracks throughout each lot.
Heavily alligator cracked areas will be excluded in lieu of asphalt patching under separate contract. These areas will be identified on site prior to commencement of work. Cleaning and sealing of concrete at concrete/asphalt joints (at curbs and islands) are not included.
Parking Lots will be empty and clear of vehicles during this work
This project will consist of Asphalt Patching in Overflow Parking for Lots 1 & 2.:
1. Approximately 7,500 square feet of asphalt patching at 2” depth per NCDOT Standards
2. Approximately 3,200 square feet of asphalt patching at 10.5” depth per standard below.
Compact 6” ABC stone will be included, as needed, estimated at 100 tons.
These areas will be identified/confirmed on site prior to commencement of work. Parking lots will be empty and clear of vehicles during this work.
During inclement weather events, the Airport supports aircraft and passenger operations with pavement chemicals.
Liquid and solid deicing chemicals are used throughout the facility to treat surfaces to minimize the formation of ice.
Landscaping services for the airport to include but not limited to edge-line clearing, small scale tree trimming, full clearing of wooded areas, heavy equipment for brush mow work, road shoulder clearing with tree removal, slope clearing, soil and seeding work,
The Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) seeks to award a contract for Landscaping Maintenance Services of common areas including facilities, roadways, field & drainage areas and inclusive of turf, shrubs, ground cover and trees, mulching, fall over seeding, bedding areas, annual color, trash control, and chemical application. Zone 3 is primarily roadway moving with limited bedding areas.
All work must meet accepted standards as set forth in industry documents and this scope of services. The Contractor must be able to perform the majority of work each weekday (Monday – Friday) with litter control occurring each day of the week including weekends. Work may on occasion be required on Saturday or at night to accommodate traffic and safety concerns upon the
Work is divided between regular maintenance which is performed daily or weekly and yearly maintenance listed as annual for work that occurs an average of one each year. The Contractor shall furnish all material, labor, tools, supplies, equipment, transportation, superintendence, insurance, taxes, contributions and all services and facilities unless specifically excepted, required to maintain the property