The Project consists of rehabilitation of approximately 2,700 feet of 78-inch sanitary sewer via cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP) including all preparatory work such as sewer cleaning nd television inspection, bypass pumping of wastewater flows, and complete restoration.
This project consists of the replacement of low lift station pump check valves. The project will also include filter improvements and non-potable water upgrades.
The Company shall provide non-destructive hydro-excavating services to safely expose buried utilities, structures, etc. using its own equipment and labor resources at work locations defined by Charlotte Water as needed throughout the Contract term.
A company shall provide all materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals required to perform pipe patching for the purpose of repairing joints and offset joints, crowns, and service laterals with an ambient cure, fiberglass liner impregnated with thermosetting epoxy for laterals and main lines within Charlotte Water’s service area.
The Company shall gather information, via survey, from Charlotte Water’s Community Members. The survey method implemented shall be the method proposed by the Company. The information collected will be used to assist Charlotte Water in determining where it’s successfully meeting the needs of its customers and where improvements are needed.
This project is to install a new chlorine dioxide line from the Dukes Water Treatment Plant to the intake. The scope also includes the replacement of the existing chemical piping.
The proposed Zone 4 project will include a 36,000 sf operations center, approximately 20,000 sf of pre-engineered metal structures to house open storage, crew storage, raw materials bunkers, two (2) combination trucks, fabrication shop, and two (2) fleet maintenance bays. The project will also include demolition of existing facilities in a phased approach so as to minimally impact or impede current operations on the site. The project may also include roadway improvements to West Tyvola Road to increase accessibility to the site. Rodgers Builders was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for this project.
This project consists of replacing various roofs at the McDowell Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. This package will potentially include the replacement of four separate roofs.
The project consists of replacing the roofs or recoating the metal roofs at four different wastewater lift stations. The wastewater lift stations are geographically separated.