Modifications-renovations minor changes to existing hold room and the exterior of building. A new door to the exterior of the building, steel walkway ramp from the building down to the ramp, new electrical and data and security work associated with the new door.
Installation of two new 150KW electrical vehicle (EV) fast chargers and six EV charging station dispensers for the electrical buses at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CDIA). The work includes, but is not limited to, the required electrical work to install two new 150KW EV chargers and six charging EV dispensers, with each of the EV chargers supporting three dispensers.
The purpose of this solicitation is for the completion of Concourse D Widebody GPU Electrical Upgrades. This will consist of installing seven 150 amp circuits to feed new ground power units in order to support the widebody aircraft consistently parked at these gates. The estimated contract erm is three months.
The intent of this project is to add the required circuits needed to add an additional 90KVA ground power unit to the existing loading bridges B9, B12, B13, B16. The new electrical circuits will be run-up to the rotunda at each loading bridge and terminated in a fused disconnect per the BR+A drawings. The contract term will be eight (8) months.
The scope of this contract shall be to provide the installation of an air handling unit (#63) to provide the additional air flow and cooling needed to satisfy the heat load on this section of concourse “E”. The contract term is 90 days.
This solicitation will be to provide a connection point for a portable generator hookup at our Fleet Maintenance Facility. The desired emergency loads will have to be divided out into an emergency panel and the emergency panel will be supplied by a manual transfer switch. The Airport would like the generator to provide standby power for the fire pump, front office computer loads, shop air compressor, trapeze power throughout the shop, all lighting, tire rack balancer and mounter, oil lube pumps, etc. The term for this contract is four months.
Charlotte Water facilities, which include wastewater treatment plants (WWTP), water treatment plants (WTP), and large regional and/or submersible Lift Stations, require industrial-grade electrical services. The Company shall provide industrial electrical maintenance and repair services for Charlotte Water’s facilities.