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Wharton-Smith/ Mallard Creek WRF Phase 1 Improvements – Influent Pump Station – Charlotte, North Carolina

August 17

Wharton-Smith, Inc. Charlotte Water/Wastewater Estimating Department

MSBE Invitation to Bid – M/SBE Solicitation Assistance Request – Mallard Creek WRF Phase 1 Improvements – Influent Pump Station in Charlotte, North Carolina

Wharton-Smith is a general contractor who is soliciting proposals from the City of Charlotte MBE and SBE (MSBE) subcontractors & suppliers for the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility Phase 1 Improvements – Influent Pump Station project for Charlotte Water, North Carolina. This project is scheduled to bid on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, at 2:00 PM. Please submit your proposed scope of work to us at least 24 hours prior to the bid date & your firm pricing for that scope of work to us by 10:00 am on bid day. Proposals may be emailed to envestimating@whartonsmith.com.

Bidding documents are available for free download via www.isqft.com. If you would like to receive a copy of the Plans, Specs, and Addenda, please email us (envestimating@whartonsmith.com) your request, including your company’s contact information. Please be sure to provide the project name in the subject line. Upon receiving your email, we will send you an Invitation to Bid containing a link to the project via www.isqft.com. The “iSqft” website will provide instructions on logging in and viewing or downloading the bidding documents. Please do not hesitate to contact Nichole Voitel with any questions you might have regarding the use of the “iSqFt” website.

Project Scope of Work: This project includes process air, liquid, and solids process train improvements that will allow the facility to expand from its current 12-MGD capacity to 14.9 MGD. Liquid process train improvements include a new influent pumping station, new flow equalization facilities, new alkalinity storage, and feed facilities, and plant drain piping improvements for centrate equalization. Work on the solids process train includes a new sludge screening facility and improvements to the primary sludge pumping station, solids handling building, dewatered cake storage pad, and digester sludge heating and biogas safety processes.

 Anticipated areas of work that will be subcontracted for this project are:  Surveying, Hauling, Sitework (Demolition, Earthwork, Site Clearing, Rock & Boulder Excavation, Excavation & Fill, Dewatering, Erosion & Sediment Dust Control, Shoring, Asphalt Paving, Concrete Paving, Sidewalks, Curb & Gutter, Geotextile Fabric, Top Soiling, Seeding & Sodding), Concrete (Concrete Forming, Concrete Reinforcing, Circular Prestressed Concrete Water Tanks, Cast-in-Place Concrete, Precast Concrete Vaults, Grouting, Mass Concrete), Masonry (Masonry Contractor), Metals (Hot-Dip Galvanizing, Anchor Bolts, Structural Metal framing, Steel Roof Decking, Cold-Formed Metal Framing, Metal Fabrications, Metal Stairs, Aluminum Railings, Steel Railings, Metal Grating & Stair Treads, Aluminum Covers), Woods, Plastics and Composites (Rough Carpentry, Sheathing, Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Fabrications for Odor Control Equipment, Fiberglass Reinforced Products & Fabrications, Fiberglass Reinforced Gratings), Thermal and Moisture Protection (Damproofing & Waterproofing, Thermal Insulation, Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation, Fluid-Applied Membrane ), Openings (Stainless Steel Doors & Frames, Floor Access Doors, Overhead Coiling Doors, Aluminum Framed Storefronts, Fiberglass-Sandwich-Panel Assemblies, Door Hardware, Glazing), Finishes (Acoustical Panel Ceilings, Painting & Coating, Interior Painting, High-Performance Coatings (Exterior Steel), Specialties (Signage, Toilet and Bath Accessories, Fire Extinguishers), Process Piping

If your company requires our help to establish a specific scope of work, which is economically feasible & realistic for your company, and/or if you feel a scope of work is too large for your firm to handle individually, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please advise us should your company require special accommodations with payment terms, bonding, or insurance in order to provide pricing for this project. Depending on the type of subcontract work, we may also be able to waive subcontractor bonding requirements to make it easier for your company to quote the work. We can also provide assistance to qualified minority businesses in need of equipment, loan capital, lines of credit, or joint pay agreements to secure loans, supplies, or letters of credit, including waiving credit that is ordinarily required. If establishing loan capital or lines of credit to purchase materials to be installed on this project is an impediment to your company bidding work, we will gladly work with your material suppliers to set up joint check agreements or assist in obtaining the same unit pricing as our suppliers to enable you to bid this project.

Wharton-Smith, Inc. will offer a “Quick Pay Commitment” to all MSBEs to assist qualified minority businesses with their cash flow, which means a commitment to pay MSBEs within 20 days after the Contractor confirms that the work has been performed & completed properly. Should the terms of this policy be unacceptable for your company, we will gladly negotiate terms; however, these agreements should be complete prior to the bid date.

Wharton-Smith, Inc. is willing to review any responsible quote and will negotiate terms, if appropriate.  Any other questions regarding this project may be directed to Nichole Voitel, 407-321-8410 Ext. 3622 or nvoitel@whartonsmith.com.



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