The City of Charlotte is seeking a company to provide the provision of brand development, marketing strategy, development, graphic design, website design and development, and other related services for developing and implementing a recruitment campaign for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department(CMPD). The Company shall be able to manage all campaign services in-house, and provide a comprehensive plan to include media buying, creative development, strategic advisement, etc.
This project will consist of approximately 75,000 LF (not to exceed) of crack sealing in Overflow Parking
Lots 1 & 2.
The contractor will properly remove/clean vegetation and debris from cracks and hot pour crackseal in running/random cracks throughout each lot.
Heavily alligator cracked areas will be excluded in lieu of asphalt patching under separate contract.
These areas will be identified on site prior to commencement of work.
Cleaning and sealing of concrete at concrete/asphalt joints (at curbs and islands) are not included.
Parking Lots will be empty and clear of vehicles during this work
Landscaping services for the airport to include but not limited to
Edge -Line clearing, Small Scale Tree Trimming, Full Clearing of Wooded Areas, Heavy Equipment for Brush Mow Work, Road Shoulder Clearing with Tree Removal, Slope Clearing, Soil and Seeding Work,
Charlotte Water is seeking an analysis of the economic impact/output of utility operations on the greater Charlotte regional economy. The target region for this study includes Mecklenburg County as well as the 7 counties adjacent to Mecklenburg County. These counties include Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, and Union counties in North Carolina, and Lancaster and York counties in South Carolina.
The general scope includes an economic impact/output study of Charlotte Water on the Charlotte regional economy including, but not limited to, Charlotte Water’s projected direct and indirect/induced and short-term and long-term impacts on the regional economy over the next 10-years. The impact study should include an analysis of the economic impact/output of Charlotte Water’s operating and capital expenditures and investments.
Charlotte Water is seeking Concrete & Asphalt Cleaning services, which may include roads, sidewalks, driveways, and other pavement structures throughout the Charlotte Water service area. The Company shall be available twenty four hours a day, seven days a week and able to respond to calls for Service within two hours after receiving a call from the City.
Charlotte Water will establish a contract for as-needed hauling, delivery, and other inherently related activities of crushed stone to Charlotte Water locations. All crushed stone and related items will be purchased from the City’s contracted crushed stone vendor (TBD).
This Invitation to Bid (ITB) will seek a company to provide confined space entry equipment, with related services, such as equipment training to Charlotte Water staff, equipment repair services, fitting and tailoring services, inspections (annual and as-needed), inspection reporting, and written reports. Due to the length of repair time, the Company must be made available to pick up any equipment from the applicable Charlotte Water site that needs service within 24 hours of notice.
Photographic documentation of the Gold Line streetcar phase 2 artwork at 11 new stops with 22 shelters of art glass, and the new streetcar vehicle seating and ceilings, to match previous quality and representation of the originally documented 6 stops. Includes scouting, travel, editing, and delivery of high resolution digital images.
The purpose of this Project is to increase revenue to offset operating
expenses. To achieve this goal CATS is making several assets available to receive paid advertising. CATS seeks to receive revenue from exterior advertisements that adhere to the MTC-07 Transit Advertising and Sponsorship Policy (see attachment A- Advertising Policy) while maximizing revenue and ensuring the safe operation of CATS’ services.