The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) will construct a new LRT station along the LYNX Blue Line (South Corridor) approximately mid-way between the East/West Boulevard and New Bern Stations. The new station must operate and communicate as part of the overall Lynx Blue Line. Construction will take place while the Blue Line remains in service.
The City of Charlotte completed a study in 2019 to determine the feasibility of constructing a pedestrian crossing or a new station mid-way between the East/West Boulevard and New Bern Stations. Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) determined a new station would best serve the project area. The study indicated two potential locations for the new station, and a final station site will be determined through this contract.
The new station will be designed to the same standards as the recently constructed LYNX Blue Line Extension (BLE) stations and will have the capacity to serve up to three Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs). Construction and testing must occur with minimal disruption to LYNX Blue Line revenue service.
The Central Energy Plant is part of the Terminal Lobby Expansion Construction Management at Risk Project.
Provide construction services for a new central energy plant to be located on the first level. The central energy plant will be for the New Terminal Expansion, but will also include space for current and future infield development.
Construct a new Centralized Receiving and Distribution Center (CRDC) on the south side of the airport. CRDC will provide additional receiving and distribution space to support the growing delivery operations for the airport, reducing the overall vendor traffic in the terminal.
Construction of a new 2-story, 33,000 sf passenger charter terminal to be operated by Wilson Air Center, the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) for General Aviation Aircraft.
This project consists of the conversion of approximately 7,000 square feet of warehouse space into the new Airport Operations Center (AOC) and Control Room within the CLT Center office complex.
This project scope includes rehabilitating the existing pavement concrete of two taxiways. Additional work related to the taxiway rehabilitation includes airfield lighting and signage replacement, grading, drainage, temporary sediment and erosion control measures, and pavement markings.
Expand and renovate the ticketing and baggage claim lobbies of the existing landside terminal approximately 80-feet by 800-feet