The City of Charlotte (City) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from firms/teams (Firms) to provide consulting services (Services) for the Comprehensive Transportation Plan Work Group (Project). The City is seeking firms whose combination of experience and expertise will provide timely, professional services to the City. The City reserves the right to enter into one or more contracts with any firm selected under this RFQ process.
Charlotte Water’s Engineering division will be seeking proposals from qualified companies interested in providing miscellaneous environmental testing and analysis services. These services will be on-call and are needed to support various Charlotte Water projects.
The City anticipates selecting one (1) or more firms to provide these services on a task order basis for several pond and dam rehabilitation/ stormwater control measure (SCM) projects. This will include initial feasibility studies, planning and design fir projects that are not specified at this time. Additional tasks will include evaluation and repair design of existing municipal SCM projects. These projects are anticipated to start scoping upon contract award.
The following is a general description of the Scopes of Service included in this RFQ. The selected firms will use HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, SWMM, and/or a hydraulic grade line closed system computer model, or an approved alternative method. All methods will be in accordance with the
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Design Manual. The City’s then current AutoCAD standards will be used for production of all plans and profiles.
Work will be issued via written Task Orders, which will specify the requirements of the various projects. Multiple Task Orders may be issued for each project. Multiple task orders may be issued at once. The City of Charlotte reserves the right, upon successful completion of a given Task Order, to issue subsequent Task Orders to the same or a different Company.
Charlotte Water is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified engineering firms to provide on-call miscellaneous engineering services for various projects. Charlotte Water is seeking firms whose combination of experience and personnel will provide timely, cost-effective, and quality professional services to support these projects.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services is requesting proposals from qualified companies interested in providing Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services Projects. The selected firms will use HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, SWMM, and/or a hydraulic grade line closed system computer model, or an approved alternative method. All methods will be in accordance with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Design Manual. The City’s then current AutoCAD standards will be used for production of all plans and profiles. The selected company(ies) may be required to pursue stream restoration and enhancement for mitigation credit in accordance with NCDEQ and USACE requirements, where appropriate.
The Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR) Relocation Project will relocate the existing ASR, located at the Mid-Field area at CLT Airport to a new proposed location near the proposed Airport Overlook Site. The project will consist of site work, tower work, site utilities, and a storage building
The selected Final Design Engineer or Engineer of Record (EOR or Consultant) will produce Construction Documents to be issued for competitive bidding of one or multiple construction packages, followed by Conformed or Released for Construction Plans issued to the responsive or responsible bidder for Construction. The design and documents are to be based on Preliminary Design or bridging documents prepared by the Owner’s Master Civil Engineer (Aviation Consulting Engineers, LLC, or ACE). The Preliminary Design effort will include completion of the Design Geotechnical Subsurface Investigation, preliminary design plans to a 30% level of completion, pavement design, and preliminary surveys. Final Design surveys, including pavement tie-ins, etc. will be the responsibility of the Consultant.
Storm Water Services is requesting proposals from qualified companies interested in providing Professional Engineering Services for Various Storm Water Services flood mitigation projects. The projects will be drainage area-based storm drainage improvement projects that involve differing land uses within the project areas. Drainage basins may include closed and open systems. The study areas may be on a portion of the watershed or entire watershed. (Up to 5 contracts)
CLT is seeking statements of qualifications from professional engineering firms to provide task order engineering services. Services are expected to cover a range of smaller studies, conceptual designs, investigations, coordination processes and technical support of a limited nature. This Engineering and Construction Task Order contract is focused largely but not exclusively on support to “horizontal/flat-work” design engineering and construction support services for engineering.
Provide on-call design services for Vision Zero projects including, but not limited to the following:
- Pedestrian improvements ranging from pedestrian refuges to full signal design;
- Safe Routes to School improvements;
- Sidewalk gap and bus stop improvements on thoroughfares;
- Evaluations/before and after studies of improvements.