Storm Water Services is requesting proposals from qualified companies interested in providing Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services flood mitigation projects. The projects will be drainage area-based storm drainage improvement projects that involve differing land uses within the project areas. Drainage basins may include closed and open systems. The study areas may be on a portion of the watershed or entire watershed. (Up to 5 contracts)
Storm Water Services is seeking a firm to coordinate with and assist Storm Water Services Staff to develop, support and implement asset management and long-term planning services for the City’s drainage system. Storm drainage systems convey rainwater to reduce flooding, protect property, and ensure public safety. Storm Water Services is responsible for smaller streams and manmade drainage systems draining less than one square.
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.
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.
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.