The Wilson Air North Parking Lot Improvement project consists of renovation and expansion of the existing parking lot adjacent to the Wilson Air North Charter Terminal building. The project will add over 100 parking spaces to the current lot involving grading, drainage, curb, gutter and asphalt paving along with fencing, vehicular access control, landscaping and lighting.
One of four remaining bid packages within the North End Around Taxiway Program. This work includes the construction of the North End Around Taxiway (NEAT) to make it fully operational. Major work items in this package include minor grading, concrete taxiway paving, related airfield lighting, pavement markings and signage.
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.
This project consists of site preparation for the future development of the Carolinas Aviation Museum. Specific work includes demolition of existing facilities, earthwork, grading, utility installation, associated asphalt, concrete masonry work, landscaping, and other miscellaneous items.
One of seven remaining bid packages within the North End Around Taxiway Program. This package includes the major grading, drainage, utility, and NAVAIDS relocations required by the NEAT. The modifications to the NAVAIDS include a localizer relocation, modifications to multiple MALSR light stations, new NAVAID shelters and the relocation of an ASOS. These include, but are not limited to, the following: (i) Runway 36C Localizer; (ii) Runway 18C Medium Intensity Approach Light System (MALSR); (iii) Runway 18C Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI). These relocations will require full communication (fiber) connections to the airport fiber system and back-up power.
This project will consist of fine grading, pavement, and drainage swale at UNCC (University of North Charlotte Campus) communications cabinet area. Fine grading and rip rap stabilization at Norfolk Southern Spur line.
The Project consists of the repaving of two different Charlotte Water Facilities: Zone 1 which is located at 11609 Hord Drive Huntersville, NC 28078, and Zone 2 located at 5730 General Commerce Drive Charlotte, NC 28213. Zone 1 encompasses additional aspects besides the repaving, including a proposed storm drainage system, water and sanitary sewer extensions, and the enlargement of the existing detention pond. Zone 2 includes some storm drainage, curb and gutter, and concrete apart from the repaving.