Collective V (Multiple Isolated Storm Drainage Improvements Projects)

This project consists of multiple isolated storm drainage improvements projects located throughout the City of Charlotte. Projects include storm drainage improvements and replacement and repair of existing storm drainage system facilities within the street right-of-way and private, residential properties.

Laurel Avenue Storm Drainage Improvement Project

This project is bordered by Laurel Avenue to the north, Dotger Avenue to the south, Randolph Road to the east and Hempstead Place to the west.  The existing drainage system consists of closed pipe systems.  This drainage system is currently undersized and street flooding has been reported on Colville Road and building flooding has been reported on Cranbrook Lane.

Foxrun/Burtonwood Storm Drainage Improvement Project

This project is bordered by Rama Road to the north, McAlpine Creek to the south, Monroe Road to the east and Burlwood Road to the west.  The drainage system consists of open channel and closed pipe systems underneath City maintained roads.  This was previously identified as a major capital project from the watershed ranking prioritization process with a score of 54 of 100.  The ranking protocol identifies 30 structures that experience flooding in the 100-year storm event and 16 roads that experience transverse overtopping events that do not meet current standards.  There are recent Ai requests reported from Asset Management and the existing drainage system has experienced numerous failures.  A holistic project is needed to cost beneficially address the drainage system issues.

 

Hidden Valley Storm Drainage Improvement Project

This project is bordered by Highway I-85 to the north, Cinderella Road to the south, Echo Glen Road to the east, and West Sugar Creek Road to the west.  The drainage system consists of open channel and closed pipe systems underneath City maintained roads.  This was previously identified as a major capital project from the watershed ranking prioritization process with a score of 73 of 100.  The ranking protocol identifies 18 structures that experience flooding in the 100-year storm event and 7 roads that experience transverse overtopping events that do not meet current standards.  The entire neighborhood has received a patchwork of repairs over the years and a holistic project is needed to cost beneficially address the drainage system issues.  There are recent Ai requests reported from Asset Management and the existing drainage system has experienced numerous failures.

6th and Church (Pipe Burst) (part of 6th and Graham major)

This project is located along East 6th Street between Poplar Street and Church Street. The existing drainage system consists of closed pipe system under city maintained road which is in poor condition and will replaced using a trenchless pipe bursting technology.

 

Coliseum Creek Repairs

This project is bordered by Speer Bvld, W. Tyvola Rd, and Yorkmont Rd. The drainage system is open channel that was a previously stream restoration project. This project will repair one of the previously restored channel reaches.

 

Bonlyn SDIP

Work performed under this contract will consist of storm water infrastructure repair and improvement projects within the city limits of Charlotte, NC.  Work will involve mobilization, earthwork, drainage structures, storm drain pipe systems, and channels. Work could also include working over, under, near, and around existing private utilities, asphalt paving, concrete flatwork, landscaping and any associated work required by the Engineer.  Other work may include structural foundation protection, storm water pipe lining, storm water pipe joint and structure repair, water and sewer (relocations, installations and adjustments).  Storm Water maintenance work may be located entirely within the street right-of-way or within storm drainage easements.