Charlotte Water Tree Removal Services

The City will be requesting proposals from experienced and qualified companies to provide various tree and vegetation removal services for Charlotte Water, as a result of water and sanitary sewer construction performed by Charlotte Water, as an after-hour/holiday/weekend emergency service, and in the event of an immediate disaster emergency within the area, such as a natural disaster.

The City shall indicate and designate all trees, shrubs, plants, and other objects that are to remain or be removed. Any damage to natural terrain, vegetation, or objects designated to remain shall be immediately repaired or replaced as determined by the City, at the company’s expense.

The company will be required, at the minimum, to perform the following:

  • Rake work area and match existing grade to a smooth even surface
  • Removal of trees/shrubs and haul from job site
  • Grinding of remaining tree stumps
  • Sweep up any excess debris and haul from job site

Fuel Line Replacement

Replace the fuel lines serving the Bank of America and Wilson Air fuel dispending cabinets from the fuel farm.  The work includes a combination of fuel line removal/replacement, and piping/dispenser cabinet modifications.  The associated civil site work includes demolition, minor fencing, asphalt pavement milling, pavement removal, asphalt paving, and landscaping.’

Carolina Aviation Museum Hangar Restoration – CANCELLED

This project’s purpose is to provide a ‘shell restoration’ of the Historic 1938 Aircraft Hangar located on CLT property and will include adaptive reuse of the hangar to maintain the local historic designation and bring the structure up to code making it shell space ready for future interior upfit.

Carolina Aviation Museum Sitework

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.

Vacant Parcel / Brush mowing

Provide Brush mow maintenance of city owned parcels, trash removal, minor trimming, landscaping and similar work. The work covered by this project consists of all labor, equipment and performing of all operations necessary to bush hog and otherwise maintain vacant land, fields, drainage areas or otherwise unoccupied land. Work may occur around areas with buildings to
be demolished, construction areas, vacated parking lots, road shoulders or other areas that may present unique hazards. Areas may be sloped, rough terrain or flat ground. Contractor is required to provide all safety operations such as lane closures, signage or similar to create a safe work zone for their staff and limit impacts to traffic or operations around the site. All lane closures will be coordinated in advance with airport representative.

Amazon Property Landscape Maintenance

The Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) seeks to award a contract for Landscaping Maintenance Services of common areas at Amazon Property. All work must meet accepted standards as set forth in industry documents and this scope of services. The Contractor must be able to perform the majority of work each weekday (Monday –Friday) with litter control occurring each day of the week.

Litter and Turf Maintenance, Turf Mowing, Fire Ant Control , Grassed Slopes, Leaf Removal, Pruning – Tree Canopy Elevation, Weed Control and Chemical Use General Guidelines, Application of Herbicides and Pesticides, Tree Rings Weeds, Hard surfaces Zone 3, Mulch Top Dressing, Unit Work: Mulching, Tree and Shrub Fertilization, Tree Planting (damaged trees only),

Airport Main Entrance Landscape Additions

Work to include amending, planting, mulching, chemical application, watering, and all other operations as described herein to create an aesthetic extension to the existing landscape.  Only areas circled on plan maps are in the current scope. To scale AutoCAD plans are available upon request. Work areas are at the intersection of Josh Birmingham and Wilkinson Blvd. and extend
up to the intersection of Scott Futrell.  The contractor is responsible for all utility locates.  Watering services shall be a part of the scope and performed as often as needed for one year after final acceptance to ensure all material remains in a healthy and viable growing condition. If during that time material becomes unacceptably dry or otherwise in poor condition due to watering or lack thereof the monthly payments shall not be made.  Alternate: This work is to remove and replace all magnolias and all gingkos on the west side of
the road in between Scott Futrell and Wilkinson Blvd. with new material of the same species in a 3” caliper. Watering services are part of this alternate.

Queens Road West Water Pipe Replacement Project

Charlotte Water (CLTWater) is planning to replace water services on Queens Road West between East Boulevard and Selwyn Avenue and water pipes under Queens Road West from Wellesley Avenue to Selwyn Avenue and East Boulevard near Queens Road West. The Queens Water Main Replacement Project’s completed design and construction have not been scheduled yet.

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.