Charlotte Water will be seeking a contract with multiple companies for HVAC preventative maintenance and repair services throughout its facilities. Facilities include, but are not limited to, administration buildings, water and wastewater treatment plants, lift stations, and booster stations. Preventative maintenance schedules are typically quarterly, and repairs are performed as needed. The goal of such contracts is to minimize downtime of HVAC equipment.
This project will renovate the existing HVAC System, Controls and Water heaters for Charlotte Fire Station 35. The scope of work includes removal and disposal of the existing mechanical system ductwork, furnaces, condensers, and dedicated outdoor air unit and installation of new mechanical split system
Dx/Furnaces and air distribution, and reconnect with existing DDC controls.
The purpose of this contract is to build a complete Condenser Water Loop as designed by AME Consulting Engineers. The system will be designed using a shell and tube heat exchanger connected to the Airport’s Central Chiller Plant, chilled water piping, to provide tempered condenser water for the food concessions, water-cooled, condensing units on walk-in cooler and freezers. Contract term 90 days.