The City will be requesting proposals from experienced and qualified companies to provide various tree and vegetation removal services for Charlotte Water, as a result of water and sanitary sewer construction performed by Charlotte Water, as an after-hour/holiday/weekend emergency service, and in the event of an immediate disaster emergency within the area, such as a natural disaster.
The City shall indicate and designate all trees, shrubs, plants, and other objects that are to remain or be removed. Any damage to natural terrain, vegetation, or objects designated to remain shall be immediately repaired or replaced as determined by the City, at the company’s expense.
The company will be required, at the minimum, to perform the following:
- Rake work area and match existing grade to a smooth even surface
- Removal of trees/shrubs and haul from job site
- Grinding of remaining tree stumps
- Sweep up any excess debris and haul from job site
Charlotte Water is seeking a company to provide restoration service to Golf Village’s driving range, located in South Charlotte. Charlotte Water acquired an easement diagonally across Golf Village driving range for the Steele Creek Pumping Station Replacement project. The project included a force main, which was installed across the property in 2017. The driving range is nearly completely flat, has an uneven grade that blocks drainage, causing large puddles to form after rain. Several attempts to remedy this situation have not been successful.
A company will need specialized equipment such as laser-guided construction equipment for grading the driving range to allow for even drainage, 3-5 years experience in restoring a golf course driving range, obtaining all permits, etc.
Landscaping services for the airport to include but not limited to edge-line clearing, small scale tree trimming, full clearing of wooded areas, heavy equipment for brush mow work, road shoulder clearing with tree removal, slope clearing, soil and seeding work,
This Request for Proposal will be for vegetation management of 40 miles CATS Rail Operations track. This area includes double main track, storage tracks and yard tracks. The railroad vegetation management is to protect the LYNX rail passengers and CATS infrastructure, as well as preserving a stable balance with the environment and surrounding natural resources. The vegetation management will consist of two track vegetation sprays a year. The spraying will be on track, off track areas within the storage yards, sub stations and signal houses.