FY24-FY25 Various Storm Water Improvement Project

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services will be requesting proposals from qualified companies interested in providing Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services Projects. The selected firm/s will use HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, SWMM, and/or a hydraulic grade line closed system computer model, or an approved alternative method, and all methods will be per the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Design Manual. The city’s then-current AutoCAD standards will be used to produce all plans and profiles. The selected company(ies) may be required to pursue stream restoration and enhancement for mitigation credit per NCDEQ and USACE requirements, where appropriate.

Project descriptions for all three Scopes of Services will be found within the solicitation document. The projects are anticipated to be assigned and initiated under each Scope of Services but are subject to change based on future Capital Improvement Project priorities and funding.

Collective AG Storm Water Drainage Improvement Project

Collective Storm Drainage Improvement Projects Series AG will involve 2 projects throughout the City of Charlotte, 1845 Pinewood Cr and 6009 Rexwood Pl.  1845 Pinewood Cr will consist of reinforced concrete pipe replacement and realignment, CIPP liner, storm drainage structure replacement, full depth asphalt, curb and gutter, concrete driveway, new sanitary sewer pipe and sanitary sewer structures, and new watermain.  6009 Rexwood Pl will consist of reinforced concrete pipe replacement and realignment, CIPP liner, storm drainage structure replacement, full depth asphalt, curb and gutter, and concrete driveway.

Sweden Rd Surface Water Quality Improvement project

The project is located at an existing CDOT facility located at 4600 Sweden Rd. The project improvements include the installation of SCMs along the perimeter of the existing parking areas to capture, treat, and reduce runoff discharge pollutants that are contributing to the Sugar Creek watershed in compliance with site NPDES permit requirements.

 

Collective AE Storm Drainage Improvement Project

Collective Storm Drainage Improvement Projects Series AE will involve 3 projects throughout the City of Charlotte, 3880 Jeff Adams Dr, 4440 Holbrook Dr, 4611 Denver Av Phase 2. 3880 Jeff Adams Dr will consist of lining approx. 562 LF 54″ CMP with CIPP. Also to include lining 12″ and 15″ systems that tie into main 54” system. We will also be doing invert repair in 54″ pipe where it has eroded. This project will need traffic control along Jeff Adams during construction and foundation protection on the permanent structure located on site. MH and DI adjustments are included in this scope along with asphalt resurfacing around them. 4440 Holbrook Dr scope will include installation of approx. 165LF 30″ RCP; 65LF 36″ RCP; 110LF 29×45 Elliptical pipe; 11LF 24″ RCP; 12LF 18″ RCP; 28LF 15″ RCP. Approx 200 LF of 30” RCP and 15” RCP will be removed and another approx. 200LF of RCP is to be plugged and abandoned. Scope also intends to replace approx. 105LF of sewer with 8” DIP and replace (2) sewer manholes. Storm drainage structure replacement, foundation protection, asphalt resurfacing and curb and gutter replacement to also be included. 4611 Denver Av Phase 2 scope will include removal of approx. 75 LF of duel 60” CMP and installation of 65LF of a 10×5 RCBC. Project to include approx. 314 LF of sewer replacement and (6) MHs. Scope also to include conc headwalls and full depth pavement resurfacing.

Collective AF Storm Drainage Improvement Project:

Collective Storm Drainage Improvement Projects Series AF will involve 3 projects throughout the City of Charlotte 6112 Bridlewood Ln, 6108 Bridlewood Ln, 6032 Bridlewood Ln. 6112 Bridlewood Ln will consist of lining approx. 149 LF 15” RCP; 243 LF 30” RCP; 151 LF 36” RCP with CIPP. Scope also includes replacing rerouting the existing system into the r/w and adding approx. 177 42” RCP and 122 LF of 34×53 elliptical pipe and storm drainage structure replacement. There will also be approx. 418 LF of sewer replacement with 8” DIP. Pavement resurfacing and curb and gutter replacement are also to be included in this project. 6108 Bridlewood Ln will consist of removing an existing CMP pipe and replacing with approx. 31 LF of 9×7 RCBC. A temporary pedestrian bridge will be added to cross the creek during time of construction for the property owners. The scope is also to include approx. 31LF of 15” RCP replacement along with replacement of (1) CB, concrete driveway replacement, curb and gutter and pavement resurfacing. There will also be grading around the existing creek that will tie into (2) new HWs. 6032 Bridlewood Ln will consist of removing an existing CMP pipe and replacing with approx. 30 LF of 9×7 RCBC. A temporary pedestrian bridge will be added to cross the creek during time of construction for the property owners. The scope is also to include concrete driveway replacement, curb and gutter, and pavement resurfacing. There will also be grading around the existing creek that will tie into (2) new HWs.                

Storm Water Repair and Improvement FY2024-D

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.   Additional work will 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.

Storm Water Repair and Improvement FY2024-C

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, channels, working over, under, near, and around existing private utilities asphalt paving, concrete flatwork, and 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.

Marlwood/Waverly (Dredging) Surface Water Quality Improvement Project

The Marlwood/Waverly project area consists of the two ponds, Marlwood Lake located south of Albemarle Road near Marlwood Circle, and Waverly Lake located north of Albemarle Road near Almond Road. The existing ponds have silted in and project improvements include pond dredging to specified projects depths.