531 Spratt Street Roof Replacement

This work includes the provision of labor, material, equipment, supervision, and administration to integrate the work outlined in these specifications into the total building system such that no leakage into the system occurs. In general, the scope of work in the Base Bid includes Roof Areas A, B, C, D, & E: Remove and dispose of the existing roof system including flashings and sheet metal down to the existing steel deck. Secure the existing steel deck to structural framing members. Provide roof insulation system as specified in Section 07 22 16 “Roof Insulation”. Provide a cold adhesive applied two-ply modified bitumen roof membrane along with flashings and accessories as specified in Section 07 52 16 “Modified Bitumen Roofing”. Replace sheet metal flashings and trim as specified in Section 07 62 00 “Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim” Provide a complete, watertight, 20-year warrantable roof assembly. Exterior Wall Restoration: Replace through wall flashings at masonry elevation wall above roof level as specified in Section 07 65 00 “Through Wall Flashing”. Provide metal wall panels at elevation wall above roof level as specified in Section 07 42 13 “Metal Wall Panels”.

Charlotte Fire Station #2 – Addition and Renovations

The work consists of the addition and renovation of an existing fire station. The locker and restroom facilities will be renovated and expanded. Accessibility improvements are planned in various areas throughout the building and site.

Fire Station No. 27 Roof Replacement

This work includes the provision of labor, material, equipment, supervision and administration to integrate the work outlined in these specifications into the total building system such that no leakage into the system occurs.

CATS Light Rail Administration Facility Roof Recovery and Replacement

Roof Areas A, B, C and E (Re-Cover): a. Removal of lightning protection system and storage for reuse. b. Removal and disposal of all existing metal flashings, scupper liners and coping caps; installation of new polyisocyanurate roof insulation, gypsum cover board and overlay, fleeceback Polyvinyl-Chloride (PVC) roof membrane and flashings, wood blocking, metal flashings, coping caps, PVC scupper liners and all associated miscellaneous work as specified herein. c. Removal of existing brick along wall above roof level at Area D as necessary; and installation of new through-wall flashing and brick replacement consisting of use of salvaged brick if in good condition and providing new brick (to match existing) as required. d. Reinstallation of lightning protection system upon completion of the roofing work according to specifications and requirements of the original UL master label installation. 2. Roof Area D (Replacement): a. Removal of lightning protection system and storage for reuse. b. Removal and disposal of all existing metal flashings, coping caps (except along expansion joint at west side) and scupper liners, single-ply membrane and flashings, gypsum cover board, insulation, and gypsum underlayment; installation of new gypsum underlayment, flat and tapered polyisocyanurate roof insulation, gypsum cover board, fleeceback Polyvinyl-Chloride (PVC) roof membrane and flashings, wood blocking, metal flashings, coping caps, PVC scupper liners and all associated miscellaneous work as specified herein. c. Reinstallation of lightning protection system upon completion of the roofing work according to specifications and requirements of the original UL master label installation.

Strategic Energy Action Plan Consulting Services

The City of Charlotte (“City”) Office of Sustainability and Resilience (OSR) is seeking professional consulting services to update the SEAP five years after adoption to better reflect current trends in Charlotte, updates in available technology, and update science-based targets.  The updated plan will need to review its ambitious GHG reduction goals for 2030 and 2050, offering potential revisions, benchmarks, and strategies throughout this work to ensure success.  GHG reduction goals are:

  • Fuel fleet and facilities by 100% zero-carbon sources by 2030,
  • City of Charlotte will be a low-carbon city by 2050.

 

 

Charlotte Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Initiative – Phase 3

The project involves the design / installation of solar photovoltaic systems at the following city facilities: PHASE 3: Firehouse 18 – 2337 Dr Webber Ave. and Firehouse 33 – 2001 Mt Holly-Huntersville Rd. The solar photovoltaic systems will be installed on the roofs of each location. This project will help the city reduce its carbon emissions according to the Strategic Energy Action
Plan.

Firehouse #11 Replacement

Charlotte Firehouse #11 located at 520 West 28th Street is one of the older CFD facilities. The building is in bad need of repair and upgrades. This project will remove and replace the existing firehouse with a facility which meets modern day needs.  The project will produce a new 17,000 SF, 4 bay two story firehouse.

Electrical Services

The City of Charlotte is soliciting proposals from qualified companies to provide as-needed electrical services for more than 200 municipal facilities, structures, and other assets. The city’s facilities require continuous electrical services, which range from standard maintenance to minor renovation projects and repairs. Currently, the city’s facilities include electrical service amperages from 100 to 4,000, and 120/208V and 277/480V.

The majority of electrical service requests will require initial field investigation and material/labor options, which include but are not limited to the following:

• Reviewing existing materials, electrical drawings, reports, and existing infrastructure in the facility;
• Reviewing/discussing the requested service(s) scope;
• Developing a quote for labor and/or product costs and review with city staff;
• Providing construction estimates, detailed specifications, and construction implementation schedules,
and;
• Producing “as-built” changes to existing electrical drawings.

Interested companies must display extensive expertise with light commercial and heavy commercial installations. Some electrical services for city facilities may require expertise with industrial installations. Additionally, some projects will require installation, maintenance, and related unspecified services of electric vehicle support equipment. The city reserves the right to select more than one company for award and assign projects based on the capability of the company.

Charlotte Fire Station #37 HVAC & Plumbing Equipment Replacement

This project includes HVAC and Plumbing equipment replacements for Charlotte Fire Station #37, located at 13828 South Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28278. The scope of work includes replacing five (5) roof top air conditioning units with gas heating, one (1) roof mounted energy recovery ventilator, two (2) gas fired water heaters, and related updates to power and controls for all roof top equipment and interior VVT zone dampers. All work is to be completed in a manner to allow Charlotte Fire to maintain full access and use of the facility during the entire scope of the project.