Fiscal Year 22 Water Main Rehabilitation

This project will clean and apply a polymer coating to the interior walls of old, but still structurally sound cast iron water mains.  Also included is the replacement of all valves, hydrants, and galvanized service lines associated with each project.  The work completed in this contract will improve water quality and flow in the distribution system; consists of an undetermined number of individual projects consisting of water infrastructure rehabilitation; and/or replacements, which will be assigned by the Project Engineer.

Upper Little Sugar Creek Replacement Sewer – Phase 2 and Phase 3 from Bilmark Avenue to Canterwood Drive and 911 Georgetown Storm Drainage Improvement Project (SDIP)

The Project consists of the installation of 250 LF of 8” sewer; 3,060 LF of 16” sewer; 3,100 LF of 18” sewer; 37 manholes; bypass pumping of wastewater; and other related sewer installation/replacement work for the Upper Little Sugar Creek Replacement Sewer Phases 2 and 3 portions. For the 911 Georgetown SDIP, the project consists of the Installation of 394 LF of 5’ X 4’ Precast R.C. Box Culvert; 60 LF of 10’ X 8’ Precast R.C. Box Culvert; 9 masonry drainage structures; and other related storm drainage installation work.

Lakeview Road Improvements

This project spans approximately 1.5 miles and will add transportation capacity along Lakeview Road from Cushing Drive to Old Statesville Road to accommodate the additional traffic expected as a result of the construction of NCDOT’s I-77 Lakeview Road Direct Connect Interchange project. Improvements under this project will include pavement upgrades, intersection modifications, additional through/turning lanes, upgrading drainage infrastructure, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

N. Tryon St- 36th St. Streetscape

The project will provide infrastructure improvements that include sidewalk, curb and gutter, milling- resurfacing, pedestrian refuge and signals, cross walks, planting strips, street trees, pedestrian and street lighting, bike lanes, and on-street parking. The project will provide 0.4 miles of streetscape along 36th street between North Tryon Street and Davidson Street. The project will tie into the Blue Line Extension project on 36th street.

I-277 Rail Trail Bridge – Construction

This project will construct a pedestrian bridge over I-277 to connect South End to Uptown. The bridge will be located just west of the existing light rail bridge and will include aesthetic elements to create a signature design. It will also include a new pedestrian rail crossing on the Morehead landing area and will tie the Stonewall plaza into the existing light rail platform.

Stone Hauling Services – CANCELLED

Charlotte Water will establish a contract for as-needed hauling, delivery, and other inherently related activities of crushed stone to Charlotte Water locations.  All crushed stone and related items will be purchased from the City’s contracted crushed stone vendor (TBD).

Cancelled – These services will be combined with the citywide contract for the purchase of crushed stone.

Backlot Trail

This project will install a 10-foot asphalt path that connects Park South Drive to Park Road. This will include two pedestrian signals.

DeArmon Road Improvements Project

The DeArmon Rd Improvements Project is part of the City of Charlotte’s Prosperity Village Comprehensive Neighborhood Improvement Program.  The project will complete the infrastructure needs in the neighborhood by providing buffered bicycle lanes, median/turning lane, storm drainage, curb & gutter, sidewalk and a greenway passage beneath DeArmon Road for the future extension of Clark’s Creek Greenway.

Brown Grier Road Upgrades

This project will widen the 2- lane road to a 4- lane median divided road with multi-use paths between Steele Creek Road and Whitehall Park Drive and a multi-use path north along Sandy Porter Road to the subdivision at Williams Glenn Road.