West Ramp Dual Taxi Lanes (Design)

The West Ramp Dual Taxi lanes project at Charlotte Douglas International Airport will provide for the design and construction of dual taxi lanes on the west ramp between taxiways E14 and E15 and includes the realignment of gates on old Concourse A to accommodate future fleet mixes.  The following scope is based on planning level analysis and will need to be confirmed through the design.  The current taxi lane configuration lacks sufficient bidirectional flow and consists of a single parallel Group V taxi lane supporting each runway and a single Group III taxi lane around the perimeter of the existing terminal apron

Terminal Building D/E Connector Renovations & Addition

The project of renovations of the D/E Connector, starting at the Atrium and encompassing the primary circulation path of the eastern portion of the Passenger Terminal Building to the end of the existing moving walkways and all areas south of that path, up to the Concourse C Connector.  The project includes the following:

a) Repositioning the major passenger circulation route of the D/E connector between the Atrium to the end of the moving walkways at the approach of Concourse D;

b) Relocating the airline lounge space from the departure level to an upper-level location while expanding it to 40,000 square feet;

c) Providing a new passenger destination and experience at the departures level that will provide increased financial returns to the airport; and

d) Providing service area at the apron level to help with operations within the DECO area.

Joint Operations Center (Design)

The Joint Operations Center design project at Charlotte Douglas International Airport will modify the existing building (South Cargo 6 – Building 228) to provide for the permanent joint operations facility location. The facility will be multi-functional to accommodate Operations (AOC, AEOC, direct support spaces, and administrative offices) and potential support for CMPD, TSA, and K-9 teams.  The facility will be upgraded to the necessary structural upgrades, redundant power backups, fiber optic connections, and security requirements.

Airport Surveillance Radar (Design)

The Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR) Relocation Project will relocate the existing ASR, located at the Mid-Field area at CLT Airport to a new proposed location near the proposed Airport Overlook Site. The project will consist of site work, tower work, site utilities, and a storage building

The selected Final Design Engineer or Engineer of Record (EOR or Consultant) will produce Construction Documents to be issued for competitive bidding of one or multiple construction packages, followed by Conformed or Released for Construction Plans issued to the responsive or responsible bidder for Construction.  The design and documents are to be based on Preliminary Design or bridging documents prepared by the Owner’s Master Civil Engineer (Aviation Consulting Engineers, LLC, or ACE).  The Preliminary Design effort will include completion of the Design Geotechnical Subsurface Investigation, preliminary design plans to a 30% level of completion, pavement design, and preliminary surveys.  Final Design surveys, including pavement tie-ins, etc. will be the responsibility of the Consultant.

Center Lighting Vault Relocation (Design)

The Center Lighting Vault Relocation Project will relocate the existing lighting vault, located at the Mid-Field area at CLT Airport to a new proposed location. The project will consist of site work, building work, site utilities, and airfield lighting circuitry.

The selected Final Design Engineer or Engineer of Record (EOR or Consultant) will produce Construction Documents to be issued for competitive bidding of one or multiple construction packages, followed by Conformed or Released for Construction Plans issued to the responsive or responsible bidder for Construction.  The design and documents are to be based on Preliminary Design or bridging documents prepared by the Owner’s Master Civil Engineer (Aviation Consulting Engineers, LLC, or ACE).  The Preliminary Design effort will include completion of the Design Geotechnical Subsurface Investigation, preliminary design plans to a 30% level of completion, pavement design, and preliminary surveys.  Final Design surveys, including pavement tie-ins, etc. will be the responsibility of the Consultant.

South Ramp Expansion (Design)

The South Ramp Expansion is proposed to improve the aircraft circulation on the east and west sides of the airfield.  In addition, the South Ramp Expansion will facilitate the proposed extensions to Concourse B and Concourse C, and ultimately the development of a satellite concourse.

The following work elements are included in the project:

  • South Ramp Expansion, including construction of new connector taxiways to Taxiway C
  • Civil sitework to facilitate the expansion of Concourse B and C.
  • Tunnel infrastructure (shell only) to serve the future Concourse B and C expansions, and ultimately the development of a satellite concourse.

The selected Final Design Engineer or Engineer of Record (EOR or Consultant) will produce Construction Documents to be issued for competitive bidding of one or multiple construction packages, followed by Conformed or Released for Construction Plans issued to the responsive or responsible bidder for Construction.  The design and documents are to be based on Preliminary Design or bridging documents prepared by the Owner’s Master Civil Engineer (Aviation Consulting Engineers, LLC, or ACE).  The Preliminary Design effort will include completion of the Design Geotechnical Subsurface Investigation, preliminary design plans to a 30% level of completion, pavement design, and preliminary surveys.  Final Design surveys, including pavement tie-ins, etc. will be the responsibility of the Consultant.

On-Call Planning Consultant Services

The Airport is requesting statements of qualifications for the purpose of selecting a Company(s) to provide On-Call Planning Services. The Company(s) will provide, on an as-needed basis, professional planning support services. All services required will be scoped and funded by individual Task Orders issued by Airport. The selected Company(s) will be an external source of planning expertise and assistance to the Airport’s Planning Section, which is a subdivision of the Development Division. The Company will work at the direction of the Airport’s Planning and Environmental Manager and their team.

On-Call Architectural Consultant Services

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is seeking statements of qualifications from professional architecture, architectural engineering, and design-focused firms to provide task order architecture and design concept services. Services are expected to cover a range of smaller studies, conceptual designs, investigations, coordination processes, and technical support of a limited nature. Many of the anticipated tasks will be themed toward facilitating decision-making and implementation of projects in Charlotte’s Destination CLT Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that are or will be designed and constructed under other contracts. The Task Order assignments are intended as extension-of-staff efforts and expertise for the effective delivery of Destination CLT projects and other projects or issues to come before the Development Department. This Architecture Task Order contract is focused largely but not exclusively on “vertical work” and is complemented by two other Task Order support contracts for Engineering & Construction, and Planning.

Engineering Inspections for Rail Bridges, Elevated Rail Stations and Walls

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) requires the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) to inspect all light-rail bridges, elevated stations, walls, and culverts and stay current every two years.  There is also a 5-year inspection cycle for all parking decks. CATS is seeking a contractor to perform these services under a 6-year contract.

 

(PSR#: 1339)