Replace the fuel lines serving the Bank of America and Wilson Air fuel dispending cabinets from the fuel farm. The work includes a combination of fuel line removal/replacement, and piping/dispenser cabinet modifications. The associated civil site work includes demolition, minor fencing, asphalt pavement milling, pavement removal, asphalt paving, and landscaping.’
The purpose of this project to remove four (4) existing wind cones located at the north and south ends of airfield at Charlotte Douglas International Airport and install four (4) new wind cones, provided by the Airport. Contractor is responsible to maintain a safe and clean operation and for security of all material and equipment while on site. Contractor is responsible to repair any items damage caused by work performed while on site. All staff assigned to project are required to be badge in accordance with airport security policy. Staff must properly display badge at all time, on the upper part of body visual to security and official members of the Airport. Any loss, damaged or stolen badges MUST be reported immediately to your airport contract.
This airfield construction project will convert existing Runway 5-23 into a taxiway. Work includes but is not limited to asphalt paving, airfield marking, and airfield electrical.
This airfield construction project is to expand portions of the ramp to provide the capability to taxi two aircraft simultaneously around the east perimeter of Concourses D and E. Work includes but is not limited to pavement demolition, grading, airfield PCC pavement section, asphalt shoulders, airfield marking, and airfield electrical.
This project’s purpose is to provide a ‘shell restoration’ of the Historic 1938 Aircraft Hangar located on CLT property and will include adaptive reuse of the hangar to maintain the local historic designation and bring the structure up to code making it shell space ready for future interior upfit.
The City is responsible for maintaining a portfolio of approximately 180 buildings, including offices, fire stations, police division offices, and equipment shops, that house various City activities. The City also maintains cultural facilities, including museums and arenas that serve as venues for sports, entertainment, and other events. Contracts resulting from this RFP may be used by various City departments for needs across the entire City organization, including the Airport and the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS).
The Company shall provide Emergency Mitigation Clean-Up Services at various locations as identified by the City. This work will consist of rapid response for containment, demolition, disposal, drying, cleaning and decontamination as needed per IICRC standards and RIA guidelines on a per-incident basis for water and/or smoke damage. Services consists of providing all labor, materials, equipment, and supervision for the services as directed by the City’s Project Manager.
The Project site is the Catawba Raw Water Pump Station located on Mountain Island Lake, owned & operated by Charlotte Water. The site address is 12548 Pump Station Rd, Charlotte, NC 28216. The work under this project will be primarily in Cells #2 & 3. The electrical work consists of changing the Cell #3 voltage from 2300V to 4160V, including new switchgear, synchronous motor, conduit, cable, etc. as well as re-winding an existing electric pump motor. The civil/mechanical work consists of rebuilding/replacing screens, rehabbing cone valves, and installing a new flow meter vault. The structural work consists of new electrical vault, drywall electrical room, masonry, doors, windows, louvers, and fans. This project also includes upgrades to the fire alarm system for the entire Catawba Pump Station facility.