Interbasin Transfer Modification Project

Charlotte Water is soliciting Statement of Qualifications from a qualified engineering firm to conduct a comprehensive environmental impact assessment and prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in accordance with applicable regulations and guidelines. The scope of work shall include, but is not limited to, identifying scope alternatives that would provide for long term water supply to the Rocky River portion of the CLTW service area. Also, identifying potential environmental impacts, including secondary and cumulative impacts associated with the proposed IBT modification and identified alternatives. The selected Firm shall have relevant experience in developing Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) within the realm of water resources, supply, and use. Preferably the Firm will have experience in development of EIS related specifically to interbasin transfer of water related to the regulatory requirements of North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ).

Mass Notification System Maintenance & Repair Services

Charlotte Water is seeking Proposals for a Company(ies) to provide Services for two (2) types of Mass Notification System Maintenance and Repair Services:  Scheduled Services and On-Call Services.

All work locations will be at water treatment facilities and remote pumping stations within the Charlotte Water service area, which includes the City of Charlotte city limits, unincorporated City areas, and some towns in Mecklenburg County.

 

Commercial and Private Plumbing Services

Charlotte Water is seeking proposals for Company(ies) to provide Plumbing Services for private property owners and commercial owners who are rate payers. Occasionally there is a need for a Company to provide plumbing service on or prior to a Charlotte Water construction project.

Hydraulic Modeling and Baseline Capacity Analysis Update

The purpose of this work is to provide modeling support to Charlotte Water (CLTWater) for the Capacity Assurance Program. The tasks involved include updating models for specific basins, revising baseline available capacities for those same basins, conducting individual capacity analyses as directed by CLTWater, and providing additional support services.

Flow Monitoring Services

This project involves providing sewer flow monitoring services and rain measurement at both temporary and permanent locations.
It encompasses the deployment, maintenance, and retrieval of flow monitoring and rain gauge equipment. Qualified professionals are needed to evaluate the flow monitoring data.
Overall, the project aims to enhance monitoring accuracy and efficiency.

Field Surveying Services (Geographic Information Systems Group and Capacity Assurance Program)

This opportunity involves providing survey services to support Charlotte Water’s GIS and Capacity Assurance Programs, including the following tasks:

Review available data and consult with the City to clarify and define the City’s requirements.
Obtain necessary information, conduct investigations, and make reasonable efforts for the Surveyor to become familiar with the philosophy and purpose of each project.
Identify and analyze requirements from governmental authorities with jurisdiction and assist the City in obtaining the required approvals.

Calcium Nitrate

Charlotte Water, a department of the City of Charlotte, is issuing an Invitation to Bid to supply calcium nitrate.

Automated Chemistry Equipment

Charlotte Water is seeking a company to purchase segmented flow analyzers for the analysis of regulatory-compliance and process-control samples, as well as the accessories, service, and consumables.