The project will replace the signalized intersection with a roundabout. Project will also provide sidewalks, curb and gutter, driveways, concrete island, wheel chair ramps, retaining wall, storm drainage, asphalt pavement, pavement markings and signage and utility relocation.
This is a collective series storm drainage improvement submittal which contains four (4) separate projects. The projects vary in size and each bring their unique differences. There will be pipe replacement varying in size from 15″- 48″ RCP and 38″x60″ elliptical RCP. Other project replacements include, curb, curb ramp, sidewalk, asphalt, driveways, storm drainage structures and sewer pipe. Project installation includes rip-rap aprons, CIPP liner for a range of pipe from 24″-42″, active shoring, storm drainage pipe and storm drainage structures. Some 24″ RCP will be plugged and filled with excavatable flowable fill.
The Eaglewood Storm Drainage Improvement Project will address deficiencies of the storm drainage system located within Eaglewood Avenue right‐of‐way between Pinafore Drive and Pineborough Road. Work includes storm drains, storm drainage structures, sanitary sewer, curb and gutter, asphalt paving, erosion control, traffic control and other related activities.
This project will provide sidewalk on the south side of North Sharon Amity from Tangle Drive to Craig Avenue. Project length = 0.32 miles.
The project area covers approximately 240 acres and includes neighborhoods east of Sharon Rd, south of Wamath Dr, north of Stocktie Rd, and west of the intersection of Hinsdale St and Tinkerbell Ln. Improvements include channel stabilization, replacement of aging/deteriorating culverts, replacement and repair of aging/deteriorating storm drains, select sanitary sewer improvements and other related activities.
Work performed under this contract will consist of storm water infrastructure repair and improvement projects within the city limits of Charlotte, NC. Work will involve mobilization, earthwork, drainage structures, storm drain pipe systems, channels, working over, under, near, and around existing private utilities asphalt paving, concrete flatwork, and landscaping and any associated work required by the Engineer. Other work may include structural foundation protection, storm water pipe lining, storm water pipe joint and structure repair, water and sewer (relocations, installations and adjustments). Storm Water maintenance work may be located entirely within or a combination of the street right-of-way, private, residential and commercial properties.
The project consists of replacing two (2) 475 kVA emergency paralleled generators in the sub-plaza level of the Government Center. The existing generators along with the existing paralleling gear, exhaust, fuel, cooling, and branch circuit systems shall be demolished and replaced. In detail these include, but are not limited to: two (2) existing radiators in the pit adjacent to the generator room, the existing paralleling gear, the exhaust piping stack up to the roof level, all existing cooling and fuel piping, the existing fuel pumps, and all electrical branch circuit for ancillary generator loads. The existing generators shall be removed in such a manner as to ensure they can be resold by the general contractor for a credit back to the City. Two (2) new CAT emergency-rated 500 kVA generators (purchased directly by the City) shall be installed along with a new 2000 amp, 480/277V switchboard (also purchased directly by the City), which shall replace the existing paralleling switchboard. The new generators shall be equipped with onboard paralleling technology. New control wiring shall be provided and installed to two (2) new annunciators and the existing building management system at the security desk adjacent to the elevator lobby on the sub-plaza level of the facility. A 1MW temporary generator shall be provided and installed by the electrical contractor adjacent to the street and exterior wall of the generator room to provide temporary backup power coverage while the existing gear systems are demolished and replaced. The general contractor is required to provide a construction schedule and participate in necessary pre-construction and construction progress meetings during the duration of the project. The City shall provide a commissioning agent to develop all commissioning scripts and testing procedures at the conclusion of construction activities. The General Contractor shall be responsible for all necessary materials and labor necessary for the performance of the scripted commissioning activities.
The project involves the replacement of the existing diesel generator and tank and provide a new life safety emergency ATS and distribution system, and refeed the existing emergency distribution system.
The new life safety lighting shall be controlled via a lighting control panel that will be controlled by the existing “lutron” facility wide lighting control system. The lighting control panel shall be UL924 listed and the controls shall allow for astronomic time-clock control with system overrides, computer programming and scheduling where applicable. The time clock and scheduling setting shall be coordinated with the owner prior to inception of work. The lighting control shall interface with the fire alarm system such that in an alarm condition the emergency shall automatically turn on to full output and override the system settings. In the event of a normal power failure the life safety lighting shall automatically turn on and shall override the lighting control settings. New emergency life safety lighting and exit signs are being added. The receptacles and HVAC system in the main telecom room shall be added to the emergency power distribution system.
PROJECT LOCATION: Mint Museum Randolph, 2730 Randolph Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28207-2012
Work performed under this contract will consist of storm water infrastructure repair and improvement projects within the city limits of Charlotte, NC. Work will involve mobilization, earthwork, drainage structures, storm drain pipe systems, channels, working over, under, near, and around existing private utilities asphalt paving, concrete flatwork, and landscaping and any associated work required by the Engineer. Other work may include structural foundation protection, storm water pipe lining, storm water pipe joint and structure repair, water and sewer (relocations, installations and adjustments). Storm Water maintenance work may be located entirely within or a combination of the street right-of-way, private, residential and commercial properties