Communication Infrastructure Design Services

 

CLT Airport – Technology Infrastructure

Act as an Owner’s Agent for daily operational and Construction related projects and tasks as needed. These include, but are not limited to: TMA/IMA tasks, internal team tasks, Informal projects, Formal (Capital) projects, other duties as assigned.

 Assist in the review of Construction and/or Design Team generated drawings and specifications as required to install, test and certify new infrastructure for each design review period, between new outlet and equipment device locations, Communications Equipment Rooms and/or Cabinets, and Communications rooms as it relates to the new system installation, and advise CLT Technology Infrastructure of compliance with standards applicable to each entity.

 Recommend inclusion into the design any necessary cabling infrastructure and pathway recommendations to CLT Technology Infrastructure as practical to accommodate future expansion of known campus infrastructure and future tie-ins to planned facilities.

 Review shop drawings, answer Design Team, Contractor and CLT generated Requests for Information, observe the installation as Agent for CLT Technology Infrastructure, and verify compliance with the Design Documents and CLT Technology directives.

 Provide Construction Services to include meeting attendance. These meetings may include pre-construction meetings, OAC Meetings, and other meetings as directed by CLT Technology Infrastructure. Also, perform Construction Observation site visits, identify potential problem areas, generate punch lists as required, recommend solutions and provide reports to CLT Technology Infrastructure for distribution.

 If the company is already engaged as a designer for Communications/Telecom/Special systems, etc., for a project, then the ability to act as an Owner’s Agent, for the same project, under this scope shall be null and void

Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services Projects

 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (Storm Water Services) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified engineering companies (Company) to provide Various Storm Water Services Projects (Project). There are four Scopes of Services identified in this RFQ.  Companies may seek consideration for any and all Scopes of Services. The four Scopes of Services are as follows:

Scope of Service A: Stream Restoration Projects

The City anticipates selecting one firm to provide these services on a task order basis. Initial work will include design phase services for a project selected by the City. The Barringer Drive Stream and Wetland Restoration includes stream restoration (for inclusion in the City’s mitigation bank) and wetland restoration/enhancement on tributaries to Irwin Creek. Scoping is anticipated to start in 2022. The specific projects are as follows:

Barringer Drive Stream Restoration

 

Scope of Service B: Water Quality Improvement Projects

The City anticipates selecting one firm to provide these services on a task order basis. Initial work will include design phase services for a project selected by the City. The Sweden Road Water Quality Improvement Project is a City Facility retrofit project located at the CDOT – Street Maintenance Division Southwest District & Heavy Equipment Shop on 4600 Sweden Road. The project intends to improve stormwater runoff from the City Light Vehicle Maintenance shop by constructing a sand filter and a regenerative stormwater conveyance. Scoping is anticipated to start in early 2022. The specific projects are as follows:

Sweden Road WQ Improvement Project

 

Scope of Service C: Unspecified Stream Restoration Projects

The City anticipates selecting one (1) or more firms to provide these services on a task order basis. Initial work will include design for potential repairs identified through monitoring reports.  In addition, two (2) or more stream restoration projects which may begin in 2022.

 

Scope of Service D: Unspecified Pond and Dam Rehabilitation/Water Quality Improvement Projects

The City anticipates selecting one (1) or more firms to provide these services on a task order basis for two (2) or more pond and dam rehabilitation/water quality enhancement projects. This category may include project initiation planning for multiple projects that are not specified at this time. Additional tasks may include design services for repair of existing projects. These projects are anticipated to start scoping in 2022.

Owners Advisor for the Clarke Creek Pumping Station and Force Main

This project will involve the construction of at least one pumping station and force main to transfer flows from east Mecklenburg county to a wastewater treatment plant within the Catawba River Basin. Gravity sewer improvements may be necessary to the receiving sewer.  CLTWater is proposing installation of a new Clarke Creek Pumping Station and Force Main which would involve constructing a new pumping station close to the Mecklenburg-Cabarrus County Line, in order to divert the entire Clarke Creek Basin flows to the McDowell Creek WWTP.

Progressive Design Build (PDB) is the recommended delivery model for this project. Due to critical project schedule and potential for complex multicriteria alternatives and risk analysis, Owner’s Advisor (OA) services will be needed.  In addition to decision analysis support, the selected OA scope will include scheduling and budgeting support for all phases of the project as it progresses, including monitoring design development for compliance with contract cost and schedule.

Collaborative Delivery Support Services

Charlotte Water (CLTWater) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications from qualified companies to provide Collaborative Delivery Support Services for various CLTWater and Storm Water Services projects.

CLTWater and Storm Water Services conduct several collaborative delivery projects each year. The departments are seeking a consultant to provide various services to support internal staff with the implementation of these collaborative delivery projects.  Services will be related to helping the departments develop internal processes and procedures, advising staff through Guaranteed Maximum Price negotiations and reviews, and provide training for staff, all in an effort for continuous improvement, standardization, and staff development.  Additional services may be required depending on the need that arises or the individual collaborative delivery project.

Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services Projects

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services is requesting proposals from qualified companies interested in providing Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services Projects.  Services will be needed for the following two scopes of work:

Unspecified Minor Storm Drainage Improvement Projects

Work may include but is not necessarily limited to initiating new projects or the review and completion of an existing project’s activities already in progress. Minor drainage projects are the ones defined to average in total construction cost between $50,000 to $500,000 each.

Active Major Storm Drainage Improvement Projects

Work includes the review and completion of an existing project’s activities already in progress. Scoping on these projects is anticipated to begin in 2021. The specific projects will be identified in the Request for Qualifications.

Water Master Plan 2021

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

Water and Sewer Design Consulting 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

Dukes Chlorine Dioxide Pipeline – Cancelled

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.

Zone 4 Field Operations Center (Construction Manager-at-Risk)

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.