Trash Removal Along CATS Light-Rail Maintenance of Way

Charlotte Area Transit System, Maintenance of Way division needs a contractor for the removal of trash and debris from tracks 1 and 2 at 26 light-rail stations for approximately 100 feet north and south beyond the ends of each station.  This work will be performed at every CATS Blue Line station once per week and anytime there has been an event that leaves trash and debris on Tracks 1 and 2.  This will be a 3-year contract with two 1-year optional extensions.

(PSR#: 1336)

Transit Security Services

This PSR is to put CATS’ Police/Security contract out for solicitation. Police/Security services will be separated with the intent to utilize two separate vendors that will work seamlessly in collaboration with one another. One vendor will be contracted for Police, Dispatchers, and Security Guards with Tasers while the other vendor will be contracted for just Security Guards. This contract will be for three (3) years and two (2) one-year options totaling 5 years. Officers will perform all duties listed in the Scope of Duty which describes Police/Security coverage on all rail systems, rolling stock, facilities, and properties owned or operated by CATS. The vendor with police officers will have a total of 210,080 hours and the second vendor with just security guards will have a total of 91,520 giving the grand total between both contracts 301,600 hours per year.

PSR 1332

Leak Detection Services

This RFP is to contract with a company to provide water leak detection services for Charlotte Water’s residential and public mains.

Zone 4 Warehouse Storage Project

Charlotte Water is building a new warehouse that requires storage equipment such as pallet racks, shelving, flammable cabinets, and industrial parts drawers. One company is sought to perform turnkey services including load verification, type and quantities of equipment, layout and design, facilitation of building permitting, procurement, and installation. Installation is expected to be completed in Spring 2023.

Janitorial Services

Scope of services include but are not limited to labor, supervision, materials, equipment, chemicals, supplies, and incidentals for complete janitorial services at the following locations on airport property: CLT Airport Main Terminal, the Old Terminal, CLT Center, Business Valet, Taxi Hold Building, various other buildings, and various parking-related facilities, such as Toll Booths and elevators. The Company may also be requested to perform additional/incidental tasks, including, but not limited to, table set-up and break-down for special events at CLT in a manner acceptable to the City. The contract term will be for three years with the option to renew for two additional one-year terms.

Vision Zero On-Call Design Services

Provide on-call design services for Vision Zero projects including, but not limited to the following:

  • Pedestrian improvements ranging from pedestrian refuges to full signal design;
  • Safe Routes to School improvements;
  • Sidewalk gap and bus stop improvements on thoroughfares;
  • Evaluations/before and after studies of improvements.

Unspecified Demolition and Environmental Services

The City anticipates selecting one (1) or more firms for On‐Call Services (commodity code 91240) to include securing structures, asbestos abatement, utility coordination/relocation, demolition, clearing and grading of specified structures and related improvements, underground storage tank, and contaminated soil removal, well abandonment, tree removal, and miscellaneous environmental remediation. Services may be planned or as a result of an emergency and do not fall within the confines of an existing project’s contract. Most demolition services are urgent in nature and required to protect the health, welfare, and safety of our residents.

Charlotte Water Tree Removal Services

The City will be requesting proposals from experienced and qualified companies to provide various tree and vegetation removal services for Charlotte Water, as a result of water and sanitary sewer construction performed by Charlotte Water, as an after-hour/holiday/weekend emergency service, and in the event of an immediate disaster emergency within the area, such as a natural disaster.

The City shall indicate and designate all trees, shrubs, plants, and other objects that are to remain or be removed. Any damage to natural terrain, vegetation, or objects designated to remain shall be immediately repaired or replaced as determined by the City, at the company’s expense.

The company will be required, at the minimum, to perform the following:

  • Rake work area and match existing grade to a smooth even surface
  • Removal of trees/shrubs and haul from job site
  • Grinding of remaining tree stumps
  • Sweep up any excess debris and haul from job site