Linda Lake/Oakwood Pond Rehabilitation Project

Work includes removing trees and vegetation from the two dams, lowering the water surface at Linda Lake Dam and cleaning and inspecting the spill way as well as making any necessary repairs to the joints of the spill way.  Refreshing rip rap where needed on the dam embankments.  Installing piezometers at Linda Lake, and testing the operation of the bottom drains of the two lakes.

Tile Maintenance and Services

The Building Services Division of the General Services Department/Engineering and Project Management 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.

 

The City plans to contract with one or more Companies to provide Tile Maintenance and Services.  The City is seeking firms whose combination of experience and expertise will provide professional, timely, and cost-effective services to the City.

The Company shall supply all required expertise, labor, tools, equipment, materials and services in accordance with plans, specifications, and performance standards and in accordance with good building practice, any and all codes pertaining thereto, and to the satisfaction of the City.  The Company further agrees to obtain all licenses and permits required for the work.

Lakeview Road Improvements

This project spans approximately 1.5 miles and will add transportation capacity along Lakeview Road from Cushing Drive to Old Statesville Road to accommodate the additional traffic expected as a result of the construction of NCDOT’s I-77 Lakeview Road Direct Connect Interchange project. Improvements under this project will include pavement upgrades, intersection modifications, additional through/turning lanes, upgrading drainage infrastructure, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

Collective Series J SDIP

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is a collective package of 3 small Storm Drain Improvement projects that will be constructed under one contract.  This project package is under review and location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Collective Series K SDIP

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is a collective package of 3 small Storm Drain Improvement projects that will be constructed under one contract.  This project package is under review and location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Graham Street Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Project

This project will install approximately 2.5 miles of 72 count single-mode fiber optic cable installed in mostly existing conduit. There are also small portions of new directionally bored, hand-dug, and trenched conduit. This project includes entrances and communications equipment for six existing traffic signal control cabinets and the installation of seven traffic management cameras. The project limits are North Graham Street beginning at West Sugar Creek Road to Mallard Creek Road to West WT Harris Boulevard. This project includes fiber optic cable splicing, testing, Ethernet equipment communications, and traffic management cameras and equipment.

FY22 Manhole Rehabilitation

Charlotte Water maintains over 100,000 sanitary sewer manholes. This contract will be utilized for the repair and renewal of sanitary sewer manholes. Rehabilitation efforts from this contract are expected to reduce inflow within Charlotte Water’s collection system.

East Boulevard Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Project

This project will install approximately 1.53 miles of 36 count single‐mode fiber optic cable installed in new directionally bored, hand dug and trenched conduit, existing conduit and aerial attachments to poles. This project includes entrances and interconnect equipment for four existing traffic control cabinets and the installation of four traffic management cameras. The project limits are East Boulevard beginning at Queens Road West to Euclid Avenue. This project also includes fiber splicing, testing, Ethernet equipment communications, and traffic management cameras and equipment.