Blumenthal Performing Arts Center Phase II Roof Replacement

Roof Replacement at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center

This work includes the provision of labor, material, equipment, supervision and administration to includes:

1. Roof Areas C1‐C3, D, E1‐E3, F1‐F3 and G:

a. Remove and dispose of base flashings, walkway pads and sheet metal.

b. Prepare two‐ply modified bitumen roof membrane to receive recovering roof system.

c. Provide a cold adhesive applied two‐ply modified bitumen roof membrane along with

flashings and accessories.

d. Replace sheet metal flashings and trim.

e. Provide a complete, watertight, 20‐year extension to existing roof system warranty.

2. Exterior Wall Restoration:

a. Replace elastomeric joint sealants at control joints and expansion joints at elevation walls

above roof level from through wall flashing up 6 feet.

b. Replace through wall flashings at masonry elevation wall above roof level.

c. Replace through wall flashings at window/door heads.

N. Tryon St- 36th St. Streetscape

The project will provide infrastructure improvements that include sidewalk, curb and gutter, milling- resurfacing, pedestrian refuge and signals, cross walks, planting strips, street trees, pedestrian and street lighting, bike lanes, and on-street parking. The project will provide 0.4 miles of streetscape along 36th street between North Tryon Street and Davidson Street. The project will tie into the Blue Line Extension project on 36th street.

Specialized Roadway Construction Services FY22D

This unspecified contract will provide horizontal construction services on an as-needed basis to the Engineering Department. The work includes traffic control, erosion control, clearing and grading, drainage, milling, asphalt paving, pavement markings, retaining wall, concrete curb, sidewalk, driveways, pedestrian refuge island and wheelchair ramps, utility relocation and installations.

Specialized Roadway Construction FY22C

This unspecified contract will provide horizontal construction services on an as-needed basis to the Engineering Department. The work includes traffic control, erosion control, clearing and grading, drainage, milling, asphalt paving, pavement markings, retaining wall, concrete curb, sidewalk, driveways, pedestrian refuge island and wheelchair ramps, utility relocation and installations.

Specialized Roadway Construction FY22B

This unspecified contract will provide horizontal construction services on an as-needed basis to the Engineering Department. The work includes traffic control, erosion control, clearing and grading, drainage, milling, asphalt paving, pavement markings, retaining wall, concrete curb, sidewalk, driveways, pedestrian refuge island, and wheelchair ramps.

Specialized Roadway Construction Services FY22A

This unspecified contract will provide horizontal construction services on an as-needed basis to the Engineering Department. The work includes traffic control, erosion control, clearing and grading, drainage, milling, asphalt paving, pavement markings, retaining wall, concrete curb, sidewalk, driveways, pedestrian refuge island, and wheelchair ramps.

I-277 Rail Trail Bridge – Construction

This project will construct a pedestrian bridge over I-277 to connect South End to Uptown. The bridge will be located just west of the existing light rail bridge and will include aesthetic elements to create a signature design. It will also include a new pedestrian rail crossing on the Morehead landing area and will tie the Stonewall plaza into the existing light rail platform.

FY2020 CATS Bus Stops Improvements

Install American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant bus stops in various locations throughout Charlotte. The bus stop locations are: 1003 Toddville Rd.; 5141 Freedom Dr.; 10610 Westlake Dr.; 10023 Callabridge Ct.; 9800 Callabridge Ct.; 9729 Callabridge Ct.; 6219 Monroe Rd.; 6103 Fairview Rd.; 4536 Sharon Rd.; 1420 N. Tryon St.; 116 Dalton Ave.; and Tryon St. @ White Hall Commons.

Emergency Cleanup Services

The City is responsible for maintaining a portfolio of approximately 180 buildings, including offices, fire stations, police division offices, and equipment shops, that house various City activities.  The City also maintains cultural facilities, including museums and arenas that serve as venues for sports, entertainment, and other events.  Contracts resulting from this RFP may be used by various City departments for needs across the entire City organization, including the Airport and the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS).

 

The Company shall provide Emergency Mitigation Clean-Up Services at various locations as identified by the City.  This work will consist of rapid response for containment, demolition, disposal, drying, cleaning and decontamination as needed per IICRC standards and RIA guidelines on a per-incident basis for water and/or smoke damage.  Services consists of providing all labor, materials, equipment, and supervision for the services as directed by the City’s Project Manager.