The Facilities Department of Charlotte Douglas International Airport maintains the airfield, including runways and taxiways and the lights, signs, regulators, and control systems within the AOA. (Aircraft Operational Area). This includes a network of wire and conduit, including cans and manholes. This Contract will be an on-call as-needed basis. It will also include, not be limited to the following: power, distribution, lighting, conduit, panels, equipment connections, and high voltage. Most of this work will be in and on the airfield at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
This project consists of all pavement and lighting for the new taxiway extensions and deicing pad construction. Specific work includes erosion control, asphalt paving, concrete paving, drainage installation, pavement markings, signage, conduit installation, electrical work, and associated miscellaneous items.
One of seven remaining bid packages within the North End Around Taxiway Program. The construction of the NEAT Early Cabling Project provides for temporary direct-buried power cables from the existing power transformer at the existing RW 36C Approach Localizer Emergency Generator to the existing transformer at the existing Runway 18C Approach Glideslope Shelter in locations with minimal impacts from the proposed NEAT 1st Package construction within the NEAT program.
This airfield construction project is to expand portions of the ramp to provide the capability to taxi two aircraft simultaneously around the east perimeter of Concourses D and E. Work includes but is not limited to pavement demolition, grading, airfield PCC pavement section, asphalt shoulders, airfield marking, and airfield electrical.