Re-solicitation: Heavy Truck Collision & Repair Services

The City of Charlotte is seeking a qualified provider of Heavy Truck Collision Repair Services to work in conjunction with Fleet Management. The Company shall perform collision repair services on a variety of fleet heavy truck equipment owned, operated, or maintained by the City.

Fire Station No. 32 Roof Replacement

Remove and dispose of existing standing seam metal roof system (approximately 7,931 square feet) down to wood deck. Provide new roofing system to comply with Sealed Drawings and Specifications (underlayment, Standing Seam metal roof, associated metal trim and accessories).
Remove and dispose of existing Low Slope Roofing System (approximately 2,006 square feet) down to the existing deck. Provide new roofing system to comply with Sealed Drawings and Specifications (Insulation, Modified Bitumen Roof Membrane and Flashings, associated metal trim and accessories).

RFQ – CMAR Services – Charlotte Mecklenburg Goverment Center ADA Implementation Phase II

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center (CMGC) and the adjacent parking garage have been identified in the City-wide ADA Transition Plan for Program Implementation (Program).

The CMGC facility is an existing 14-story, nominally 440,000 square foot building, located at 600 East 4th Street (parcel ID 12502601) and houses several City & County Departments. The adjacent CMGC Parking Garage (parcel 12502501) is a 5-story concrete deck.

Phase II of this ADA Implementation includes all public and non-public facing spaces of the facilities (with the exception of the Council Chambers) and will resolve the physical, non-conforming ADA barriers identified in the ADA Transition Plan, or as required to meet the City of Charlotte ADA Design Guidelines and the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.

The CMGC is required to stay open to the public and staff during all phases of the project. Active coordination with tenants, facilities staff, and stakeholders will be critical for the successful completion of this project.

 

 

 

 

Fire Station No. 19 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.  The roof shall be removed to lightweight concrete. The area shall be cleaned and prepared for reinstallation of roofing materials according to Specifications, “Section 01 00 00 Summary of Work”.

Project Location: 1016 Sardis Lane, Charlotte, NC 28270

RFQ: Design-Build Owner Advisor – CMPD Hangar Relocation

Relocation of existing CMPD Helicopter Hangar to an off-site location within City limits will be performed via Alternative Delivery Method, specifically Design-Build (D/B).  An D/B Owner-Advisor roles in support of this project’s delivery will be solicited.

On Call Grounds Maintenance Services

The City of Charlotte (City) plans to contract with one or more firm(s) to provide On-Call grounds maintenance services for various locations within the City of Charlotte and surrounding areas.

The Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, supplies, and materials required to provide Grounds Maintenance for city owned properties. consists of but may not be limited to grounds maintenance, turf maintenance, shrub maintenance, groundcover maintenance, perennial maintenance, trash and debris removal, storm debris pickup, irrigation maintenance/ repair/operation, snow and ice removal, tree maintenance, and mulching, pesticide and herbicide application.

The Contractor agrees to an understanding of the current edition of the City of Charlotte-Landscape Management Division’s Landscape Construction Standards and to comply with the specifications and requirements described in this Contract.

The Contractor shall comply with applicable laws regulating the practice of pesticide applications as required by the NCDA. The Contractor will be required to continuously have at least one full-time employee on staff with the required license throughout the entire term of the contract.

CMGC- ADA Implementation – Ph 2 – Highrise & Parking Deck

This project will address the non-conforming, physical ADA barriers to the greatest extent feasible and where applicable under code provisions. Phase 1  addressed barriers in the Charlotte Mecklenburg Government Center  Chamber Space, while this Phase 2 addresses all other spaces, including the adjacent parking garage.  Scope areas include Exterior Plaza, Entrance Lobby, 2nd Floor Mezzanine and the 14-story Highrise. Specific scope includes, but is not limited to, Partitions, Doors and Door Hardware, Ramps, Millwork, Restrooms, Controlled Access, Obstructions, Plaza Deck and Accessible Routes. The project delivery method will be Construction Manager at Risk. A separate RFQ will be solicited for these services.