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    • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)1. Action Plan Name: Real Property Management, Construction and Demolition (C&D) Action Plan.2. Significant Environmental Aspect (s): 3. Document Control Code: 6. Working Group Assigned to: Land & Resources#7b Real Property Management FB-200-EMAP-7b Conservation -C & D, ground disturbance, NEPA 4. Date: 19 September 2011 7. EMAP Manager: Environmental Conservation, reviews/approvals 5. Document Approver: Garrison NEPA and Restoration Managers -Storm water runoff from C&D Commander8. Objective(s) and Targets Resource requirements Objective(s) Target(s) Performance Indicator(s) (personnel and funding)Conduct property transactions #1 Zero construction contracts 1. Real Property Inventory 1. NEPA Trainingand construction projects awarded without environmental 2. DD 4283-A 2. RPPB(construction, demolition and analysis and impact determination as 3. ISR I and NI 3. EQCCrenovation) that include per 32 CFR 651 (Environmental 4. ECOsNEPA* and environmental Analysis of Army Actions).considerations from the projectconception8. Reason(s) for Significance: Natural Resources Protection9.Potential Environmental/Organizational Impacts:a. Natural Resources Damageb. Endangered species protectionc. Mission Readiness Impact10. Legal and Other Requirements:a. EPA Endangered Species Protection Actb. AR 200-1c. Sikes Actd. *National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)e. 32 CFR 651 Environmental Analysis of Army Actionsf. National Historic Preservation Actg. Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Standards Page 1 of 3
    • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)11. Program Description: The Department of the Army will endeavor to ensure the wise use of natural resources on Army land. The Army will matchmilitary mission activities with the ecological compatibility of the land and natural resources in order to maintain resources for realistic training, whileminimizing the adverse impact on the human and natural environment. The Armys sustainability vision provides the transformational approach foroperating successfully under the ever increasingly challenging conditions. According to the Fort Buchanan INRMP terrestrial habitats such as thehaystack hills and the southern forested areas must be protected. No future development projects for these areas are found and should be planned in theReal Property Master plan. In order to Strengthen Army operational capability by reducing our environmental footprint, more sustainable practices,processes and tools (NEPA process, Green Construction Guidelines, LEED), are employed into actions that can affect our environmental such asbuilding construction, demolition, restoration, and modernization .12. Operational Controls Activity/ Responsible Document Title Monitoring Records Comments Control(s) Person(s)1. Real Property Master Plan RPMP Master Planner Bi-annual Plan -2. ISR Reporting System DPW Division Chiefs ISR Report Online Planning/Env.3. 32 CFR 651 (Environmental Analysis of NEPA Documents NEPA Managers NEPA RECs, EAs, -Army Actions) Assessments EIS13. Action Plan: Responsible Person/ Required Tasks/Action Items Priority/Timeframe Status Duty Position Resources stDevelop a procedure for environmental project review for all Initiated in 1 QTR FY08 Chief Environmental / Regulation Ongoingplanned C&D, ground disturbances, training, and renovation NEPA Managersprojects.Incorporate NEPA and environmental project review into On a need basis NEPA Manager, Project Regulation Ongoingbusiness practices. Designers and ManagersIncorporate Green building/LEED standards into project plans On a need basis Energy Manager EOs, Ongoingfor all new construction projects and renovations standardsDevelop a procedure for Munitions Explosive of Concern Initiated in 2nd QTR FY09 Restoration Manager & Posters, Ongoing(MEC) awareness training and MEC construction support Engineering Chief flyers, plandocuments.Master Plan will identify the required zoning based on the On a need basis Restoration Manager & Land Use OngoingLand Use Control determination per Restoration Study. Master Planner Control PlanProvide NEPA and LEED training to applicable personnel. Annually NEPA Manager & SOP Ongoing Energy Manager14. Relevant Document(s)/RecordsDocument Name Location Document Custodian1. Real Property Management Plan DPW Master Planning Master Planner Page 2 of 3
    • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)2. Endangered Species Policy DPW Environmental NEPA/ Conservation Managers3. ISR Inspection Reports DPW Master Planning Chief Environmental4. NEPA Documents DPW Environmental NEPA Managers5. DD 4283 Work Order-Routing DPW Work Order/Service Work Order Director Order Desk15. Program Performance Tracking Annual Total Formula RationaleTarget #1 Amount of Environmental Reviews completed divide by the amount of Projects scheduled.16. Document ControlTechnical POC: Chief Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Fort Buchanan PR Telephone: (787) 707-3575 / 3522Upon Garrison Commander concurrence memorandum for approval of this EMAP, the assigned SEMS Working Groups and responsible organizationsmust comply with the requirements established under Tasks/Action Items and core Objective(s) and Targets for the implementation of the EMAPs to thefullest extent possible, provide the EMS Coordinator with performance indicators data and supporting documentation for Program Performance Trackingpurposes. EMAP will be audited for EMS Program conformance and reviewed annually through the EQCC Meeting.17. ApplicabilityThis EMAP will apply to US Army Garrison Fort Buchanan (i.e. Directorates, Units, Tenants, and Commercial activities) including the US ArmyReserve Centers located Island-wide. Page 3 of 3