This project will update the 2015 Water master plan. Charlotte Water will be seeking a professional engineering firm to provide consulting services related to studying and developing a water master plan. (PS) Professional Services
For the supplemental design and project assistance in the completion of miscellaneous water and sewer projects. Services will be needed for an undetermined number of individual street main projects, of varying length, throughout Charlotte Water service area. (PS) Professional Services
This project is to install a new chlorine dioxide line from the Dukes Water Treatment Plant to the intake. The scope also includes the replacement of the existing chemical piping.
The proposed Zone 4 project will include a 36,000 sf operations center, approximately 20,000 sf of pre-engineered metal structures to house open storage, crew storage, raw materials bunkers, two (2) combination trucks, fabrication shop, and two (2) fleet maintenance bays. The project will also include demolition of existing facilities in a phased approach so as to minimally impact or impede current operations on the site. The project may also include roadway improvements to West Tyvola Road to increase accessibility to the site. Rodgers Builders was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for this project.
This project consists of replacing various roofs at the McDowell Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. This package will potentially include the replacement of four separate roofs.
The project consists of replacing the roofs or recoating the metal roofs at four different wastewater lift stations. The wastewater lift stations are geographically separated.
This project is to replace the ultraviolet disinfection equipment at the Sugar Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Irwin Creek WWTP. The scope of the work also includes the replacement of the effluent filter piping and valves in addition to concrete channel work.
This project consists of construction of concrete basins at the Ashe Plantation treatment plant. The scope of work will also include the installation of new aeration and mixing equipment, as well as electrical and control upgrades.
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.