Baggage Handling System and High/Low Controls O&M

The scope of this contract shall be to provide the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) and the Baggage Handling Controls (BHC) of the Baggage Handling System (“BHS”). The scopes are broken out into two sections, one covering the Baggage Handling Controls (BHC) which consists of both the High-Level Controls (“HLC”) combined with the low-level controls (“LLC”) of the BHS. The second scope will cover the Operations and Maintenance (“O&M”) of the BHS System. The airport operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so both the (BHC) and (O&M) scopes will require coverage of “Work” to match the airport’s operation. Both scopes will include corrective and preventative maintenance services with associated operation and maintenance reporting services. The proposer shall provide separate pricing for the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) scope and the Baggage Handling Controls (BHC) scope. The Baggage Handling Controls (BHC) and the Operations and Maintenance (“O&M”) portions of this scope of work may be awarded separately. Should the O&M and the (BHC) portions of the Work be awarded to multiple proposers, the Company shall fully cooperate with the other company to ensure the continual operation of the BHS. Where there is a conflict between the companies, CLT has the sole authority to make the final decision.

Baggage Handling System Masterplan

Perform a masterplan analysis of the baggage handling system at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.  This includes review of the existing baggage handling system, establishment of a forecast analysis and growth requirements, development of a masterplan with implementation strategies, and preparation of budget estimates.

Aircraft Tugs – CANCELLED

SWS operates a fleet of approximately 200 medium duty and heavy duty refuse vehicles utilizing systems containing large volumes of hydraulic fluids. These vehicles operate along public roadways and residential neighbors on daily basis over long hours. With extended wear and depending upon weather conditions, hydraulic spills periodically occur. SWS requires immediate hydraulic spill site response, clean up and disposal by a qualified service provider to mitigate environmental impacts.