Clt Water is soliciting Proposals from qualified firms (licensed General Contractor in North Carolina, have Certified Coating Inspector on staff: AMPP, Association for Materials Protection and Performance (formerly SSPC and NACE) Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) – Certified Concrete Coating Inspector and/or National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) — Level III Certified Coating Inspector to provide industrial protective coatings maintenance services and concrete repairs for Clt Water’s Water treatment and Wastewater treatment facilities.
Charlotte Water operates 3 water treatment and 6 wastewater plants and approximately 80 lift or pumping stations through Charlotte and Mecklenburg County where coatings and/or concrete repairs work for this project may be located. Charlotte Water has identified and prioritized surfaces at the facilities requiring protective This program will address Clt Water assets that are continuously being identified and prioritized by Clt Water staff for coating work and/or concrete repair.
The selected firm(s) will be considered an extension of Clt Water’s Engineering and Operations Divisions requiring coordination with multiple Clt Water Staff. CLTWater staff, project managers, operations managers and maintenance mangers are authorized to initiate an industrial coatings maintenance project Task Order and act as the Task Order Manager. The Firm will be required to meet with the Task Order Manager on the project site to evaluate the work to be performed and evaluate all constraints related to coatings maintenance of the particular asset. Each Task Order will be reviewed and approved by the Firm, Task Order Manager, and the respective Project Manager prior to commencing any work. Once approved and start date identified, the Firm will be required to attend a pre-coating and site safety meeting with all project personnel working on that Task Order.
This contract consists of an undetermined number of individual projects consisting of water and/or sewer replacements, water and/or sewer extensions, and water distribution system reliability improvement projects, which will be assigned by the Project Engineer.
The work is generally described as follows: rehabilitation of manholes, repair of sewer system defects and service laterals, installation of new sewers and manholes to replace existing sewers and manholes, installation of cured-in-place pipe lining, pipe bursting, other miscellaneous manhole rehabilitation work, and all preparatory work such as sewer cleaning and television inspection.
Collective Storm Drainage Improvement Project (SDIP) Series K contains three separate storm water infrastructure repair and improvement projects within the city limits of Charlotte, NC. Work will involve mobilization, earthwork, drainage structures (standard and non-standard), storm drainpipe systems, working over, under, near, and around existing private utilities, asphalt paving, concrete flatwork, water and sewer (relocations, installations and adjustments), foundation protection and any other associated work required by the Engineer.
This project consists of the sanitary sewer rehabilitation of approximately 4,700 LF of sewer outfall with cured-in-place lining. This project will extend along the Paw Creek outfall. A 112 LF, 24-inch diversion sewer will also be constructed under Briar Creek along with a 118 LF, 8-inch LF collector sewer. All work will occur within Charlotte Water’s existing easement. A small portion of work on a county parcel.
The scope of this Invitation to Bid (ITB) is to establish a contract for the one time purchase, delivery, and other inherently related activities to procure a motor control center for the new electrical room in the solids transfer pump station at Charlotte Water Stowe Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility. (RWRRF).
The task is to evaluate the state of the water pipes that carry water throughout the Charlotte Water System. The evaluation will mainly focus on prestressed concrete cylinder pipe, which is a type of pipe that has a concrete core, a steel cylinder, and high tensile wires. However, the evaluation may also cover other types of pipe materials.
This project consists of the design and construction of a gravity outfall along Beaverdam Creek West Branch. This outfall is a tributary to the existing Beaverdam Creek Lift Station and Force Main. Phase 2 is approximately 2,100 linear feet of pipe and will continue from the anticipated Phase 1 West Blvd extension north to a terminus near I-485. This project will accommodate economic growth in the River One area by expanding the wastewater collection system.
This solicitation will consist of an undetermined number of individual projects consisting of water and/or sewer extensions, water and/or sewer replacements, low-pressure sanitary sewer, water distribution system reliability improvement projects, and/or sanitary sewer capacity assurance projects. The projects will be assigned by the Project Engineer.