This project includes stream stabilization and sewer repair at multiple locations within the sanitary sewer collection system. Stream stabilization structures shall be constructed to protect existing and proposed sanitary sewer infrastructure.
Project components include natural in-stream structures, plantings, site grading, sanitary sewer replacement, sheet pile installation, bypass pumping, and sediment control measures. Site locations will be released during the contract duration.
The contract is expected to be for a two-year term with possible renewal.
This project includes upgrading the Beaverdam Creek Pump Station. Work will involve removing two sets of the existing two-stage pumps and installing four sets of two-stage pumps. Work also includes installing surge tanks, and implementing interior modifications to the wet well to improve the hydraulics during self-cleaning operations.
This project will install a bridge over Hoover Creek connecting two ends of Rivergate Parkway. The project will provide vehicular and pedestrian access between neighborhoods and local retail. The project amenities include: sidewalk, curb and gutter and the bridge connection.
This project is for the construction of the Cross Charlotte Trail from Orr Road to Rocky River Road segment plus connectors. The length of this segment is approximately 2.1 miles.
This project consists of multiple isolated storm drainage improvements projects located throughout the City of Charlotte. Projects include storm drainage replacement and sewer relocations within the street right-of-way and private, residential properties.
This project consists of multiple isolated storm drainage improvements projects located throughout the City of Charlotte. Projects include storm drainage improvements and replacement and repair of existing storm drainage system facilities within the street right-of-way and private, residential properties.
This project is bordered by Laurel Avenue to the north, Dotger Avenue to the south, Randolph Road to the east and Hempstead Place to the west. The existing drainage system consists of closed pipe systems. This drainage system is currently undersized and street flooding has been reported on Colville Road and building flooding has been reported on Cranbrook Lane.
Originating from the Northeast Corridor Infrastructure (NECI) Program, this project proposes to provide a new street connection by extending McCullough Drive from North Tryon Street to the existing dead end at Ken Hoffman Drive. This project will include two travel lanes, planting strips, curb & gutter, asphalt milling and paving, storm drainage, utility relocation, erosion control, bike lanes, sidewalk, Post Construction Stormwater Ordinance (PCSO) underground storage vaults, and retaining wall improvements. This project will improve pedestrian and bicycle mobility between North Tryon Street and W.T. Harris Boulevard.
The project will widen sections of JW Clay Blvd to a four-lane cross section with left turn lanes, bike lanes, cycle track, sidewalk, and other improvements.