Airport Roof Replacement and Repairs

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CDIA) has responsibility for maintenance and repair of approximately one hundred (100) buildings including the airport terminal. CDIA requires a minimum of two on-call contractors to perform repairs, replacement and emergency roof repairs of these facilities.

The selected contractors will enter into a time and materials contract for on-call roof replacement and repair services on an as needed basis. The contract will include a three (3) base years and two (2) optional one-year (I) terms for a total potential contract period of five (5) years. The work shall include the furnishing of all supervision, labor, materials, and services required to make the necessary repairs. Along with making repairs to roofs, the contractors shall be required to demolish and remove existing roof materials and dispose of all waste material.  Repairs shall be billed on an agreed upon hourly rate and percent mark-up on materials.

Citywide Roof Inspection and Maintenance

The purpose of this project is to provide specified inspection schedules, and also for on-call, as needed services for unscheduled inspection services, minor roof maintenance, and repairs. Work is to include inspections of gutters, scuppers, down spouts, coping caps, expansion joint covers, and gravel stop joints and flashings. In addition, building perimeter inspections will be needed to note defects, such as damaged or deteriorated wood fascia, peeling paint, broken windows, cracks in walls, etc.   Digital photo documentation will also be needed to document overall roof conditions, deficiencies, and repaired roof areas.



Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) & Lee S. Dukes Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Standby Power & Electrical Improvements – Cancelled

The first project site is the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility located at 12400 US 29 HWY, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262. The scope of work for this project is a new standby generator facility, the conversion of the existing utility service from 480V to 4160V, electrical upgrades to the existing blower building and the replacement of an existing electrical switchboard. The second project is the Lee S Dukes Water Treatment Plant located at 7980 Babe Stillwell Road, Huntersville, North Carolina 28078. The scope of work for this project is a new standby generator facility, the replacement of the existing 4kV switchgear and 4kV electrical duct bank to re-feed the existing transformers.