Former Naval Station Treasure Island Restoration Advisory Board Meeting 177

Tommie Jean Valmassy
2015-06-16
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Former Naval Station Treasure Island

Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Meeting Minutes

Meeting 177

16 June 2015

MEETING MINUTES

 

Community Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Members in attendance: Nathan Brennan, John Gee, Becky Hogue, Alice Pilram (Community RAB Co- Chair), Dale Smith

Department of the Navy and Regulatory Agency RAB Members in attendance:

Keith Forman, Navy RAB Co-Chair

Medi Sunga, Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

Myriam Zech, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board (Water Board)

Other Navy and Regulatory Staff and Consultant Representatives in attendance:

 

George Chiu, Tetra Tech, Inc. Dave Clark, Navy

Yashekia Evans, Tetra Tech, Inc. Katie Henry, Tetra Tech, Inc.

Carolyn Hunter, Tetra Tech, Inc.


Jessica O’Sullivan, Tetra Tech, Inc. Lee Saunders, Navy

Raymond Schul, Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I)

Chris Yantos, Navy

 

Public Guests in attendance:

Bob Beck, Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA)

Mike Fritchley, resident

Carol Harvey, journalist Andrea McHenry, resident

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Welcome Remarks and Agenda Review

Keith Forman (Base Realignment and Closure [BRAC] Environmental Coordinator [BEC]) opened the June RAB meeting for the Former Naval Station Treasure Island (NAVSTA TI) held at the Casa de la Vista (Building 271) on Treasure Island (TI). Mr. Forman introduced the other Navy members and the regulatory agency representatives present. Mr. Forman noted that the meeting is transcribed and asked attendees to speak slowly and clearly for the transcriptionist.

Alice Pilram (RAB community co-chair) reviewed the agenda (Attachment A). She noted there is time for community questions after the presentation and a community question and answer period at the end of the agenda.

Old Business – RAB Minutes Approval

Outstanding minutes to be approved by the RAB include Meeting 175 February 2015 and Meeting 176 April 2015.

 

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Dale Smith (RAB member) provided comments on the draft Meeting 175 February 2015 minutes, asking for clarifying language on two topics on page 3.   It was agreed the Navy will propose clarifying language and send the red-line version to the RAB. The RAB will vote on the Meeting 175 February  2015 minutes at the August RAB meeting.

The draft minutes for Meeting 176 - April 2015 distributed to the RAB were incomplete. It was agreed the contractor will send a complete hard copy of the minutes to the RAB members immediately. That copy will be reviewed and voted on at the August RAB meeting.

Old Business – BRAC Cleanup Team Update

Medi Sunga (DTSC) said that since the last RAB meeting DTSC has reviewed and commented on several documents, and has coordinated California Department of Public Health (CDPH) reviews. She said DTSC is also reviewing the soil and groundwater management plan prepared by Treasure Island Community Development (TICD) in support of reuse.

 

Myriam Zech (Water Board) said her agency is outlining its concerns about the path forward for Site YF3, and together Navy and the Water Board are making progress on the YF3 Screening-Level Ecological Risk Assessment (SLERA). The Water Board has also been reviewing the basewide Groundwater Monitoring Report, which includes Sites 6, 12, 21, and 24, and the Site 24 Record of Decision.

 

Ms. Smith asked for clarification about the planned remedial action at Site 24.  She was told the Navy is considering micro and nano zero-valent iron. She has voiced concerns in the past about nano zero-valent iron and does not think it should be used at NAVSTA TI. Ms. Sunga said Site 24 is at the ROD phase, so a plan for the technology to be used has not been prepared. That plan will be presented in the Remedial Design (RD) phase. Mr. Forman said the only discussions the NAVSTA TI staff have had were about micro zero-valent iron, and he does not anticipate a change to that. Ms. Smith asked if the NAVSTA TI team had received remaining nano zero-valent iron from the Alameda team. Mr. Forman said the team has not received any nano zero-valent iron from anyone.

 

New Business – Field Work Update: Sites 6 and 12

Mr. Forman and Dave Clark (Navy) began the presentation with the update on Site 6 (Attachment B). Mr. Clark indicated the location of Site 6 on a map, in the northeastern corner of TI. It was historically used by the Navy as a firefighter training school. Site 6 was designated as impacted in the Historical Radiological Assessment Supplemental Technical Memorandum (HRASTM). This terminology means it has the potential for radiological contamination and must be investigated. The recent work being discussed is the radiological investigation.

 

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Mr. Clark said the purpose of the radiological investigation at Site 6 is to gain radiological free-release from CDPH. One this free-release is achieved, the remedial action based on the ROD will begin.

Mr. Clark said the primary reason Site 6 was impacted in the HRASTM was because bins containing low-level radiological waste bins were staged at the site during environmental restoration field operations. In addition, a portion of the site was used as a recycling/salvage area during World War II that could have processed material with incidental items containing radium. To date, 1,550 cubic yards of soil has been excavated. Of that soil, one low-level radioactive item was recovered. The item is a deck marker, approximately the size of a quarter. In addition, the instrumentation detected a rock approximately the size of a golf ball containing naturally occurring thorium. The machines used in these investigations are very sensitive and can pick up such naturally occurring material.

Mr. Clark showed photographs of workers conducting radiological surveys and the equipment they used. Workers apply a commercial soil stabilizer to reduce dust. Mr. Clark also showed a photograph of field technicians cleaning sample equipment; a large part of the daily field activity is to clean all equipment, which includes radiologically scanning all trucks so that any radioactive material is not spread. Mr. Forman said a project to gather additional data in support of the RD will begin when this radiological field scanning is complete.

Mr. Yantos began the update for work in the Site 12 Solid Waste Disposal Areas (SWDA) Westside/Bayside/North Point (also Attachment B). He pointed out  the new poster board at the front of the room for the project that shows the locations of all of the excavation areas, truck routes, and soil screening pads. Mr. Yantos said the project began with installation of fencing around the SWDAs and all along Perimeter Road, which is being used for truck traffic. He said the field team built an extension from Perimeter Road (photograph on slide 15) to allow trucks to access Site 32, where the soil screening pads are located.

Mr. Yantos reviewed the rules the trucks must follow (slide  16).  This information was also included in a fact sheet that was distributed to all residents the first week of June 2015. It includes what to look for and how to report any concerns, especially related to truck safety. The trucks will primarily use Perimeter Road. However, they will have to drive on residential streets in order to access a few areas including Bigelow Court and Building 570 storage area. He reminded attendees that the closure of Perimeter Road will last approximately one year.

Bayside Drive must be closed because the excavation footprint extends into the street. This closure will affect parking for residents of Building 1224, so the field

 

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team is creating a replacement parking lot adjacent to the old parking area. A notice will be sent to all residents on that street.

Mr. Yantos discussed other preparatory activities. The field team is conducting land surveys of all excavation areas and truck routes. This land survey will record the elevation of these areas so if the trucks create ruts they can be repaired at the end of the project. In addition, a radiological scan is being conducted for the roads and screening pads to establish current conditions. Screening pads have been built at Site 32 and at Bigelow Court. The screening pads consist of placing plastic on the ground, including over hay bales that create the perimeter of the pad, and putting a buffer layer of soil on the plastic so the excavators will not come in contact with the plastic itself and possibly damage it.

Excavation began at North Point at the end of May 2015. The field team was excavating backfill that had been placed at that SWDA in 2007, as discussed at the April RAB meeting. The excavated clean backfill is being transported to Building 570, where it is stockpiled.

Mr. Yantos reviewed the air quality protections being used. Air quality is monitored at various areas throughout the site, including dig sites, and at screening pads. In addition, dust monitors (shown on slide 24) collect data that  is reviewed daily, and those results will be posted on the Navy’s website (www.bracpmo.navy.mil). Other instrumentation includes air pumps that draw air across a filter, and that filter is then tested in the laboratory for lead, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), and radium-226.

Mr. Yantos reviewed the schedule. While the overall project will last one year, not all of the field activities will last the entire time. The schedule on slide 25 shows the general schedules for the work at North Point, Bayside, Westside, and the screening pads. Mr. Yantos said he will provide an update on the project at the next RAB meeting in August.

Mr. Yantos also reviewed the schedule milestones. All of the excavated soil will be disposed of off-site by November. All of the radiological reports will be finalized in June.

John Gee (RAB member) asked if the temporary road created at the end of Perimeter Road extending to Site 32 will be left in place or removed when the project is complete. Mr. Yantos said it is a temporary gravel road, and the gravel will be removed. The temporary road intersects Site 6, so it must be removed so that the cleanup project there can be completed.

 

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Nathan Brennan (RAB member) recalled a previous issue with dioxins in the roadway near Site 6. He asked if the upcoming Site 6 project will address those dioxins, located on Avenue M. Mr. Clark said the roadway will be considered part of Site 6, and dioxins will be addressed as part of the upcoming remedial action.  The remedial action will take place after the current radiological scans  are complete.

Ms. Smith asked whether the Site 6 radiological scan will have to be redone if the road is torn up to address dioxins beneath. Mr. Clark said the radiological  survey already includes the roads. Ms. Smith asked why the Navy is not testing for cesium at Site 6, and said she has seen a document stating cesium was used in naval operations to mark doorways. Mr. Clark said there has been no evidence  of cesium related to recycling activities at NAVSTA TI. Radium-226 was identified as the only radioisotope of concern for Site 6 in the HRASTM.

Ms. Smith asked where the dust monitor shown in the photograph on slide 24 is located. Mr. Yantos said it is on North Point Drive, where the work was being conducted the day the photograph was taken. Ms. Smith asked how many monitors are used per linear feet. Mr. Yantos said there is not a prescribed distance for air or dust monitor placement. For each work area there is an air monitor upwind and downwind. Since there are six work areas, each area will have an upwind and downwind monitor in place when work is being conducted. Ms. Smith said she feels that is not an adequate number of monitors.

Carol Harvey (journalist) said an acquaintance lives on North Point Drive and the construction noise is bothering her and affecting her health. Ms. Harvey wanted the Navy to know so they have the feedback that the project is affecting some residents. Mr. Forman said he understands that this work is an inconvenience, and the Navy truly appreciates what the residents have to do to accommodate the Navy’s work. It is a long-term project, but it is vital and will proceed safely and with due care. Mr. Forman said the beeping noise of trucks backing up is often a nuisance to those nearby, however, it is a mandatory safety measure.

Andrea McHenry (resident) asked what was meant by “processing” the gravel that was used to connect Perimeter Road to Site 32. Mr. Yantos said the gravel is made of road base material that was previously part of Site 6, and was radiologically cleared at Site 6 before it was used for the new road. Ms. McHenry asked if that road base was tested for chemical constituents in addition to the radiological scanning. Mr. Yantos said a layer of plastic was put down prior to placing the road base. The road base will be removed at the end of the project, and will be tested for chemicals of concern during the Site 6 remedial action.

 

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Ms. McHenry said she agrees with Ms. Smith that there are not enough air monitors for the Site 12 work and asked to have a monitor at her house. Mr. Clark said collecting data right next to the work is the most effective way to monitor the air and dust. Mr. Yantos said the monitors are continuously evaluated and may be moved based on wind direction to make sure they are downwind of the work. Ms. McHenry noted it was very windy today and asked if work was suspended as a result. Mr. Yantos said the winds were not sustained at 25 miles per hour for five minutes, so work would not stop. There is a health and safety specialist on site during all work, and that person monitors the wind and would make the determination to suspend work if needed.

New Business – Document Tracking Sheet and Field Schedule

Mr. Clark presented the Document Tracking Sheet (Attachment C) and the Field Schedule (Attachment D). The Document Tracking Sheet has been reorganized; the radiological documents are now at the top, and the rest of the documents are still organized by site. Mr. Clark said many of the documents are related to field work, such as the Pre-Remedial Design Data Gaps Sampling and Analysis Plan (Item 14 on Attachment C), which is the document for the field work (item 2 on Attachment D). Mr. Clark said Site 24 will have a similar  data  gaps investigation. The draft ROD for Site 24 was issued and the comment period recently closed. Ms. Smith said she submitted comments on the Site 24 ROD, but the Document Tracking Sheet does not have a check mark that RAB comments were received. Mr. Clark confirmed that her comments were received and will update the Document Tracking Sheet to reflect that.

New Business – Co-Chair Announcements and Future Agenda Items

Ms. Pilram said there will be a tour for RAB members the hour before the August RAB meeting. Any RAB members who wish to attend should be at the Casa de  la Vista no later than 6:00 p.m. on August 18. Ms. Pilram noted this tour is not  for community members.  Ms. Smith asked if specific sites to visit on the tour  had been discussed. Mr. Forman said the sites have not been discussed yet, and  it will depend on the status of fieldwork in various areas. Mr. Forman agreed to provide the RAB with a route map.

Mr. Forman said the Navy offices in San Diego are moving to a new address in July. The new address is on a military base, and the address is on the agenda (Attachment A). The new Navy address is:

 

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Director

Navy BRAC PMO West 33000 Nixie Way

Building 50, Attention: Keith Forman San Diego, CA 92147

 

Mr. Forman congratulated the City of San Francisco and TIDA on completing the conveyance of property from the Navy to the City. Mr. Beck said the official date of the completed conveyance was May 29, 2015. Approximately 290 acres of upland property were transferred, including the northern half of Yerba Buena Island. Ms. Pilram added that Yerba Buena Island residents were given their 90- day notice to move, with the option of moving onto TI. The final date for Yerba Buena Island residents to move is September 15, 2015.

 

Ms. McHenry asked Ms. Smith about her credentials. Ms. Smith said she is a biologist. Ms. McHenry noted Ms. Smith’s comments about the inadequacy of  the number of air monitors and asked if the Navy would listen to Ms. Smith’s advice to add more monitors. Mr. Forman said the Navy does listen to RAB and community concerns and input. He added that the air monitoring plan is approved by the regulatory agencies, and the Navy is in compliance with the requirements of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. The protocols are not established by the Navy; rather, they are determined by the regulatory agencies, and contractors have licenses that regulate how they conduct certain work. Ms. McHenry said she has seen news reports where various contractors violate their own protocols. Mr. Forman said he can only speak to the  contractors hired at NAVSTA TI, and the teams working on the projects presented at this meeting are doing a great job; he believes the regulatory agencies would agree with that statement.

 

Ms. McHenry said the water on TI is brown and sewage is coming up near her house. Mr. Forman said he is unaware of the sewage issue, and that it should be reported to TIDA/the housing providers. Ms. McHenry said she feels people should not be living on TI. She asked if any other residents are present. Michael Fritchley raised his hand. He said this is his first year living on TI; he lives right next to one of the current excavations and he has not had any problems. Mr. Forman said he would encourage Ms. McHenry to talk to her housing provider, as he has suggested to her several times. He added that Mr. Beck is also present at these meetings and that his presence provides an additional opportunity for Ms. McHenry to speak to him before or after the meeting.

 

Ms. Harvey again asked the Navy to consider the effect of the construction noise on residents and to try to address it. Ms. Harvey asked if Austin Hall, which she believes is within Site 6, was a radiological training facility. Mr. Clark said

 

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Austin Hall is also known as Building 461, and it is adjacent to, but not part of, Site 6. The building was listed as impacted in the HRASTM. Mr. Clark said the history of that building is complex, and a detailed description can be found in the HRASTM.

 

Closing Remarks

Mr.  Forman  thanked  everyone for attending.    The next RAB meeting will be Tuesday, August 18, 2015. The meeting was adjourned at 8:32 p.m.

Action Items [none identified for June]

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Action Item

Due Date

Status

 

None

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NA

 

16 June 2015 RAB Meeting Handouts

  • Attachment A: NAVSTA TI RAB Meeting No. 177 Agenda
  • Attachment B: Field Work Update: Sites 6 and 12
  • Attachment C: Document Tracking Sheet
  • Attachment D: Field Schedule

 

AGENDA

NAVAL STATION TREASURE ISLAND ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ADVISORY BOARD MEETING

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Casa de la Vista Building 271, Treasure Island MEETING NO. 177

 

  1. I.    WELCOME REMARKS AND AGENDA REVIEW 7:00 – 7:05     Welcome, Introductions

Lead: Keith Forman, Navy Co-Chair

 

7:05 – 7:10    Agenda Review

Lead: Alice Pilram, Community Co-Chair

 

  1. II.    OLD BUSINESS

7:10 -7:20      RAB meeting Minutes Approval

Lead: Keith Forman, Navy Co-Chair

 

7:20 – 7:30    BRAC Cleanup Team Update

Leads:  DTSC and Water Board

 

  1. III.    NEW BUSINESS

7:30 – 8:25    TI Field Work Update: Sites 6 and 12

Leads: Chris Yantos, Keith Forman, Dave Clark, Navy Presentation Q&A : RAB

Presentation Q&A : Community

 

8:25– 8:35     Document Tracking Sheet and Field Schedule

Lead: Dave Clark, Navy

 

8:35 – 8:45    Co-Chair Announcements and Future Agenda Items

Leads: Alice Pilram and Keith Forman

 

  1. IV.    COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

8:45 – 9:00    Community Question and Answer Period

Lead: Keith Forman, Navy Co-Chair

 

9:00                Adjourn

 

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Next Regular Meeting:            No July 2015 Meeting

 

7:00 pm Tuesday, August 18 2015 Casa de la Vista, Treasure Island

 

Next Treasure Island Citizen’s Advisory Board (CAB) Meeting: See the web site for latest dates and times for future meetings: www.sftreasureisland.org

 

Next Interim RAB Community Member Conference Call:

 

7:00 p.m. Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Call-In Number:          1- 866-738-8583

Participant Code:        6153166

 

Navy BRAC Web Site: http://www.bracpmo.navy.mil (click on map for Treasure Island)

 

Navy San Diego Office Address*:

 

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE WEST NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND 1455 FRAZEE ROAD, SUITE 900

SAN DIEGO, CA 92108-4310

 

 

*Note, Beginning July 6, 2015, this will be the Navy’s new mailing address: Director

Navy BRAC PMO West 33000 Nixie Way

Building 50, Attention: Keith Forman San Diego, CA 92147

 

 

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TI Field Work Update: Sites 6 and 12

 

Former Naval Station Treasure Island

 

June 2015 Restoration Advisory Board Meeting

 

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Site 6 Field Work Update

 

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Overview

 

 

  • §   Project Goals
    • Site Description
    • §   Field Work Status
      • Field Work Photos
      • §   Future Milestones
        • Questions

 

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Project Goals

 

  • §   Look for any Radiological Contamination at Site 6 Due to Historical Activities or Current Environmental Restoration Efforts

 

  • Achieve Unrestricted Free Release of Site 6

 

  • §   Allow for Chemical Cleanup to Start

 

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Site Description

 

 

  • §   Former Fire Training School Area
    • Staging Area for Low-Level Radioactive Waste Bins From 2007 until 2014
    • §   Former Parking and Storage/Salvage Area
      • Salvage Yards May Have Handled Scrap With Radium Markers or Paint

 

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Field Work Status

 

 

  • §  Percent complete 80% - Anticipate Completion by July 24, 2015
    • Volume of Soil Excavated to Date – 1,550 Cubic Yards
    • §  So Far, One Low-level Radioactive Object Found
      • Ø Marker ~ Size of a Quarter
      • Ø 1.4 mR/hr on Contact

 

    Deck Marker Found  

 

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Field Work Status (continued)

 

  • §  Removed Rock Containing Naturally Occurring Thorium

 

  • Ø Rock – Approximately the Size of a Golf Ball

 

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Field Work Photos

 

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Removing Roadbase Material – Former Parking and Storage Area

 

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Collecting Soil Sample    

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Removing Rad Cleared Soil From Screening Pad

 
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  Surveys of Concrete Slab

 

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Field Work Photos (continued)

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Application of Soiltac®  – Dust Control     

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Removal of Soil and Dust Control

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Scanning of Truck Leaving Site

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Cleaning Sample Equipment             

 

 

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Future Milestones

 

  • §   Complete all Field Work – July 24, 2015

 

  • Draft, Final Status Survey Report – November 2015

 

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 BRAC PMO West

 

 

Site 12 Field Work Update Westside / Bayside / North Point

 

 

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Presentation Overview

 

 

  • Fence Installation
  • Trucking and Haul Routes
  • Street Closures
  • Recent Activities

–    Screening Pad Construction

–    Excavation at North Point

  • Activity Schedule
  • Contact Information

 

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Aerial photo of Treasure Island

 

 

 

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Fence Installation

 

 

 

 

 

  • Fencing required for this project for public safety and compliance with environmental laws

 

  • Fence installation at Westside work area is complete (May 22)

 

  • Fence installation at North Point is complete (May 22)

 

  • Fence installation at SWDA Bayside – additional fence to be installed week of June 22

 

 

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Right: Fence Installation along Perimeter Road

 

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Right: Westside Drive and Perimeter Road closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Trucking and Haul Routes

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Trucking route to screening pads at Site 32

 

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Trucking and Haul Routes – Road to Site 32

 

  • Road was constructed behind Building 461 to create a direct path to Site 32 screening pads

 

  • Significantly reduces trucks on public streets

 

  • Will be closed to public access and will be a fenced off, controlled area

 

 

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Road constructed to truck soil to screening pads at Site 32

 

 

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HERE ARE THE RULES THE

TRUCKS MUST FOLLOW:

 

  • · All trucks hauling soil must be covered when operating – whether empty or full of soil
  • · Trucks may not idle (run their engines) for more than five minutes when not in use and NEVER before 7:30am
  • · Keeping safety priority #1, including

o Travel no faster than 15 mph on TI

o Use extra caution when turning

o Use residential streets only when necessary

o Obey all speed limits and traffic laws

 

Trucking and Haul Routes

 

 

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Street Closure - Perimeter Road and I Street

 

 

  • Perimeter Road is closed (since May 27)
  • Road is used for hauling soil to staging areas and screening pads
  • By using Perimeter Road, about ½ the trucks were removed from public streets
  • Road closure signs posted
  • Anticipated re-opening in early summer 2016

 

 

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Avenue I is an extension of Perimeter Road and will remain closed to support truck traffic away from public streets

 

 

 

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Street Closure - Bayside Drive

 

  • Beginning on Monday, June 22, a portion of Bayside Drive will be closed to allow for excavations. The street must remain fenced off until the clean-up work is complete and the road is reconstructed.
  • The Navy is building a new parking area for Building 1224 residents. Residents will be personally contacted.
  • The street is anticipated to re-open in May 2016.

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Recent Activities

 

 

  • Land surface survey of entire work area before construction

 

  • Pre-construction radiological survey to establish “as-found” conditions
    • Roads and screening pads

 

 

 

  • Construction of Screening Pads:

v Site 32 (7 pads) – completed June 2

v Bigelow (6 pads) – completed June 12


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Land Surface Survey

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Pre-construction Radiological Survey

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Recent Activities – Screening Pads at Site 32

 

Right: Construction of soil screening pads. Installing thick plastic around hay bales to construct a barrier and containment for soil processing activities

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Recent Activities - Excavation at North Point

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First soil excavated at North Point – Removal of clean fill

 

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Recent Activities - Excavation at North Point

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Clean fill in the process of being removed at North Point

 

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Air Monitoring

 

 

 

  • Air quality is continuously monitored throughout soil moving activities at dig sites, along trucking routes, and at screening pads
  • Dust monitors (PDRs) collect data that is monitored daily
  • Action to be taken immediately if dust action

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Right: Dust monitor (PDR)

close up.

 

 

 

 

 

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Below: Dust monitor on perimeter fence.

 

level is exceeded (1.0 mg/m )

  • Samples for lead, PCB, PAH

 

are sent offsite to a laboratory for analysis

  • Results from the air monitoring sampling will be posted on the BRAC PMO website

 

 

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Example of dust monitor (PDR) download.

 

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Activity Schedule: 3 Month Look Ahead

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Schedule of Milestones

 

May 2015 – Excavations Start

Aug 2015 – Excavations Complete

Sep 2015 – Soil Pad Processing Complete Nov 2015 – Waste Disposal Complete

Mar 2016 – Radiological Field (Final Status) Surveys Complete May 2016 – Site Restoration Complete

June 2016 – Final Status Survey Report

June 2016 – Final Remedial Action Completion Report 

Artistic renderings from TIDA website

 

26                                                                                                                                                                BRAC Program Management Office


6/16/2015

 

Contact Information

 

Keith Forman,

Navy BRAC Environmental Coordinator (BEC)

 

Work phone: (619) 532-0913

Local phone: (415) 308-1458

E-mail: keith.s.forman@navy.mil Website: www.bracpmo.navy.mil

 

27                                                                                                                                                                BRAC Program Management Office


6/16/2015

 

 

Questions

 

28                                                                                                                                                                BRAC Program Management Office


6/16/2015

 

Naval Station Treasure Island Environmental Cleanup Program Document Tracking Sheet

June - November 2015

 

DRAFT

RTC

FINAL

 

Item

 

 

Document Title & Information

CTO/DO

 

 

Draft to Agencies

Agency Comments

 

Preliminary RTCs to Agencies

 

Resolve and Concur on RTCs

 

 

Final to Agencies

 

 

Comments

 

 

Date Due

DTSC

WATER BOARD

TIDA/TICD

RAB

OTHER

Radiological Reports

 

Radiological Work Plan, Radiological Surveys at

Various Areas (Phase II)

0012

 

12/24/14

 

 

a

 

03/11/15

 

 

a

 

 

 

a

 

 

 

a

 

03/27/15

 

 

a

 

04/09/15

 

 

a

 

04/29/15

 

 

a

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Lisa Bercik, CB&I

 

Site 12 and Selected Roadways Scoping Survey

Report

0006

 

12/16/14

 

 

a

 

01/23/15

 

 

a

 

X

 

 

a

 

 

 

04/06/15

 

 

a

 

04/13/15

 

 

a

 

04/27/15

 

 

a

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

John Baur, Gilbane

 

FSS Report for Building 3

0006

 

08/10/15

 

 

09/09/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

10/09/15

 

 

11/08/15

 

 

12/01/15

 

Pending modification

1

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

John Baur, Gilbane

 

2

FSS Report for Selected Storm and Wastewater

Lines near Building 233 - Part I

0006

 

08/17/15

 

 

09/16/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

10/16/15

 

 

11/15/15

 

 

12/08/15

 

Pending modification

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

John Baur, Gilbane

 

3

Avenue N Storm Drain Removal WP

--

 

09/14/15

 

 

10/12/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

10/26/15

 

 

11/09/15

 

 

11/19/15

 

 

RPM:

Tony Konzen

PM:

TBD

 

4

FSS Report for Site 30, Extended

--

 

10/07/15

 

 

11/06/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

11/28/15

 

 

12/28/15

 

 

01/08/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

5

FSS Report for Storm/Waste Water Lines near

Building 233 - Part II

--

 

10/14/15

 

 

11/13/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/05/15

 

 

01/04/16

 

 

01/15/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

6

FSS Report for Waste Water Lines (Main)

--

 

10/21/15

 

 

11/20/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/12/15

 

 

01/11/16

 

 

01/22/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

7

FSS Report for Site 31

--

 

12/23/15

 

 

01/25/16

 

 

 

 

 

 

02/24/16

 

 

03/23/16

 

 

04/06/16

 

 

RPM:

Louie Cardinale

PM:

TBD

 

8

FSS Report for Site 6

--

 

10/30/15

 

 

12/04/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/14/15

 

 

12/28/15

 

 

01/18/16

 

 

RPM:

Louie Cardinale

PM:

Shanti Montgomery, TtEC

 

9

FSS Report for Northeast Corner

--

 

11/06/15

 

 

12/08/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/30/15

 

 

01/29/16

 

 

02/09/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

10

FSS Report for Site 32

0006

 

11/16/15

 

 

12/16/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

01/15/16

 

 

02/14/16

 

 

03/08/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

John Baur, Gilbane

 

11

FSS Report for Site 24 (Builidng 342, Lot 69)

--

 

10/23/15

 

 

11/24/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/16/15

 

 

01/15/16

 

 

01/26/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

12

Site 12 Phase III FSS Work Plan

--

 

10/13/15

 

 

11/12/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

11/23/15

 

 

11/30/15

 

 

12/07/15

 

 

RPM:

Chris Yantos

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

13

FSS Report for Site 20

--

 

10/30/15

 

 

12/01/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/23/15

 

 

01/22/16

 

 

02/02/16

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

Site 6

 

Pre-Remedial Design Data Gaps SAP

--

 

01/15/15

 

a

 

02/13/15

 

a a  

 

 

a a  

 

 

 

03/17/15

 

a

 

04/17/15

 

a

 

06/19/15

 

 

14

RPM:

Bryce Bartelma

PM:

Ted Tyler, CE2 Kleinfelder

 

15

RD/RAWP

--

 

09/17/15

 

 

10/19/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

11/18/15

 

 

12/18/15

 

 

01/08/16

 

 

RPM:

Bryce Bartelma

PM:

Ted Tyler, CE2 Kleinfelder

 

Naval Station Treasure Island Environmental Cleanup Program Document Tracking Sheet

June - November 2015

 

DRAFT

RTC

FINAL

 

Item

 

 

Document Title & Information

CTO/DO

 

 

Draft to Agencies

Agency Comments

 

Preliminary RTCs to Agencies

 

Resolve and Concur on RTCs

 

 

Final to Agencies

 

 

Comments

 

 

Date Due

DTSC

WATER BOARD

TIDA/TICD

RAB

OTHER

Site 12

 

Feasibility Study Addendum, Non-SWDA

0039

 

01/29/15

 

a

 

02/27/15

 

a

 

a a  

 

 

a

 

 

04/17/15

 

a

 

04/25/15

 

a

 

06/10/15

 

a

 

RPM:

Bryce Bartelma

PM:

Doug Gilkey, KCH

 

Site 12 Phase III NTCRA Work Plan

--

 

03/17/15

 

a

 

04/24/15

 

a

 

 

a

 

 

 

05/05/15

 

a

 

05/08/15

 

a

 

06/15/15

 

a

 

RPM:

Chris Yantos

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

 

16

Action Memo for Removal Actions at Site 12

0058

 

06/10/15

 

a

 

07/08/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

08/07/15

 

 

08/29/15

 

 

09/30/15

 

 

RPM:

Bryce Bartelma

PM:

Cheryl Martin, TriEco-Tt

 

17

SWDA Bigelow Court PCSR Report

0010

 

07/01/15

 

 

07/31/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

08/10/15

 

 

08/17/15

 

 

08/25/15

 

 

RPM:

Tony Konzen

PM:

Ulrika Messer, CB&I

Site 24

 

18

Soil Gas Data Gaps Sampling and Sites 21 and

24 Well Destruction WP

--

 

04/24/15

 

 

a

 

05/25/15

 

 

a

 

 

a

 

 

a

 

 

 

06/12/15

 

 

a

 

06/17/15

 

 

06/19/15

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Patrick Hamner, Trevet

 

19

ROD/RAP

--

 

05/06/15

 

a

 

06/05/15

 

a a  

 

 

a

 

 

 

07/05/15

 

 

08/04/15

 

 

08/27/15

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Jean Michaels, TriEco-Tt

Site 27

 

LUC RD Addendum

--

 

11/21/14

 

a

 

12/31/14

 

a

 

a

 

a

 

 

 

03/11/15

 

a

 

03/25/15

 

a

 

04/30/15

 

a

 

RPM:

Bryce Bartelma

PM:

Tony Guiang, MMEC

Site 31

 

20

RACR

--

 

06/26/15

 

 

07/31/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

09/04/15

 

 

10/02/15

 

 

10/16/15

 

 

RPM:

Louie Cardinale

PM:

John Baur, Gilbane

Groundwater Monitoring

 

21

2014 Sites 6, 12, 21, 24 Groundwater Report

--

 

04/17/15

 

a

 

05/18/15

 

a

 

 

a

 

 

 

06/17/15

 

 

07/14/15

 

 

08/04/15

 

 

RPM:

Louie Cardinale

PM:

Patrick Hamner, Trevet

Other Reports

 

22

2014 Finding of Suitability to Lease (FOSL)

0058

 

TBD

 

 

TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

TBD

 

 

TBD

 

 

TBD

 

 

RPM:

Sarah Ann Moore

PM:

Dennis Kelly, TriEco-Tt

 

23

Sites 21, 27, & 30 LUC Inspection Report

0058

 

04/16/15

 

a

 

05/18/15

 

a a  

 

 

a  

 

 

 

06/12/15

 

a

 

06/19/15

 

 

07/03/15

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Marcie Rash, TriEco-Tt

 

24

2015 Site Management Plan

0058

 

07/03/15

 

 

08/04/15

 

 

 

 

 

 

09/01/15

 

 

09/23/15

 

 

10/23/15

 

 

RPM:

Danielle Janda

PM:

Marcie Rash, TriEco-Tt

a        Production or review of document is complete. Abbreviations:

 

X      Received notification of no comments or comments deferred to other agency.


CTO/DO = Contract task order/delivery order               RD = Remedial design DTSC = Department of Toxic Substances Control                                                                               ROD = Record of decision

EPA = U.S. Environmental Protection Agency                 RPM = Remedial project manager FS = Feasibility study RTC = Response to comments

FSS = Final status survey                                              SAP = Sampling and analysis plan

LUC = Land use control                                              SWDA = Solid waste disposal area

NA = Not applicable                                                 TBD = To be determined

NTCRA = Non-time critical removal action                    TCRA = Time-critical removal action

PCSR = Post-construction summary report                     TICD = Treasure Island Community Developers PM = Project manager            TIDA = Treasure Island Development Authority

PP = Proposed plan                                                   TPH = Total petroleum hydrocarbons RACR = Remedial action completion report                                                                               TSP = Task specific plan

RAP = Remedial action plan                                       Water Board = Regional Water Quality Control Board

RAWP = Remedial action work plan

 

Naval Station Treasure Island Navy Field Schedule June - November 2015

 

Item

Activity and Investigation Area

Field Dates

Navy RPM

(Contractor)

Complete

Site 6

1

Final Status Survey

Start:     09/29/14

Louie Cardinale

(Tetra Tech)

 

 

 

Finish:              07/24/15

2

Pre-Remedial Design Data Gaps Sampling

Start:             07/06/15

Finish:              07/16/15

Bryce Bartelma

(CE2 Kleinfelder)

 

Site 12

3

Phase III Non-Time Critical Removal Action

Start:             05/12/15

Finish:              06/07/16

Chris Yantos

(CB&I)

 

Site 24

4

Data Gaps Investigation

Start:     08/04/15

Danielle Janda

(Trevet)

 

 

 

Finish:              08/03/16

Site 31

5

Final Status Survey - Additional Field Work

Start:             08/25/15

Finish:              09/23/15

Louie Cardinale

(TBD)

 

Other

6

Radiological Surveys at Various Areas (Part II)

Start:     04/30/15

Danielle Janda

(CB&I)

 

 

 

Finish:              07/13/15

7

Sites 6, 12, 21, and 24 Groundwater and Site 21 and 24 Soil Gas Monitoring

Start:             08/24/15

Finish:              08/28/15

Louie Cardinale

(Trevet)

 

8

Historic Avenue N Storm Drain Removal

Start:             11/20/15

Finish:              01/20/16

Tony Konzen

(TBD)

 

Abbreviations:

a                   Field work is complete. RPM        Remedial project manager SWDA        Solid waste disposal area TBD             To be determined

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