The City of Charlotte is soliciting bids for the procurement of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Systems. The RRFB Systems will be placed at High‐Visibility Enhanced Crosswalk locations. This contract will include the purchase and installation of the flashing beacons systems.
FIRE STATION #18 ROOF REPLACEMENT
Remove and dispose of the existing roof system including flashings and sheet metal down to the existing poured gypsum deck. Provide base sheet mechanically attached to roof deck. Provide vapor retarder. Provide roof insulation system. Provide a cold adhesive applied two-ply modified bitumen roof membrane along with flashings and accessories. Replace sheet metal flashings and trim. Provide a complete, weathertight, 20-year warrantable roof assembly with 30-year finish warranty.
Otts Street Facilities Roof Replacement Project
The existing roof area consist of a concrete deck, hot mopped asphalt base layer, a layer of tapered isocyanurate insulation, a one and three-quarter inch layer of perlite insulation, and a 2-ply modified bitumen roof membrane. The existing roof systems shall be removed to the deck. The deck shall be cleaned and prepared for reinstallation of roofing materials. Install a one and one-half inch base layer of isocyanurate insulation set in foam insulation adhesive. Adhere a new base layer to the existing concrete deck in foam insulation adhesive as required to meet 90psf uplift per FM Global. Install an additional layer of one-eigth inch per foot tapered isocyanurate insulation set in foam insulation adhesive. Install new silicon impregnated fiberglass reinforced cover board in foam insulation adhesive. Fully adhere new PVC membrane and flashings as specified herein and as shown in the project drawings as required by the manufacturer for a twenty-year (20) NDL Manufacturer’s Warranty. The new roof system shall be able to resist the win uplift loading.
Police and Fire Training Academy Roof Replacement
The project consists of a roof replacement at Police and Fire Training Academy, in Charlotte, North Carolina. This work includes labor, materials, equipment, supervision, and administration to replace the existing two-ply modified bitumen roof system with the specified thermoplastic, single-ply roof system on 4 roof areas totaling approximately 59,115 square feet of roof area.
The City is responsible for maintaining a portfolio of approximately 180 buildings, including offices, fire stations, police division offices, and equipment shops, that house various City activities. The City also maintains cultural facilities, including museums and arenas that serve as venues for sports, entertainment, and other events. Contracts resulting from this RFP may be used by various City departments for needs across the entire City organization.
The Company shall provide painting services at various locations as identified by the City. Services consist of providing all labor, materials, equipment, and supervision for the painting and finishing of new and existing interior and exterior surfaces, i.e., walls, doors, jambs, window frames, and other work as directed by the Project Manager. Work areas may be occupied and require the moving and repositioning of office equipment and furniture.
The City reserves the right to prepare an individual Scope of Work and require a proposal with a complete breakdown of material, equipment, and labor cost for each project consistent with the prices established per the Price Schedule. The City reserves the right to furnish any and all equipment and/or supplies for projects. The City may solicit a quote for Services from one or more companies prior to assigning an individual project.
Firestation 33 Roof Replacement
Project consists of roof replacement of Fire Station 33 in Charlotte, NC. This work includes the provision of labor, material, equipment, supervision, an administration.
Replace the existing built-up asphalt roof system with the specified two-ply modified bitumen roof system on 2 roof areas totaling approximately 9,700 square feet of roof area.
Security Services for CMGC, Old City Hall, Belmont Center and West Service Center
The City of Charlotte requires professional security guard services at the CMGC (Charlotte Mecklenburg Government Center), Old City Hall, Belmont Center and West Service Center. Hours and number of positions vary with each location.
ADA Improvements – Old City Hall
Scope of work will involve addressing the physical barriers identified in the City ADA Transition Plan for this facility.
Electrical Lighting and Related Supplies
The City of Charlotte plans to release an Invitation to Bid for electrical lighting and related supplies including, but not limited to, luminaires, lamps, ballasts, dimmers, wiring devices, ceiling fans, photo controls, lenses, repair parts, and any accessories and related components necessary for new or retrofit requirements. The selected company or companies shall have a local presence in Charlotte, North Carolina, with a City Counter for emergency counter pick-ups and be capable of delivering to any City-maintained facility located within Mecklenburg County.