Waikoloa – What you didn’t know: TheUXO cleanup of a Formerly UsedDefense Site Sarah Falzarano U.S. Army Corps of Engineer...
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Formerly Used Defense Site Department of Defense   ►   Protect human health and the environment   ►   Improve public safe...
Former Waikoloa Maneuver           Area History► U.S.  Navy► Active from 1943 to 1945► Training camp for 50,000  troops► A...
Types of Munitions andExplosives of Concern Found   Bombs   Landmines   Projectiles   Mortars   Rockets   Rifle Gren...
Munitions Debris Recovered
Management of Data Keep track of  ► Property Boundary  ► Work sectors  ► Locations cleared  ► Excluded areas  ► Munitions...
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SDSFIE Dictates feature class types, names, fields,  domains, etc.SDSFIE feature class           Descriptionformerly_used...
Incorporation of Contractor Data Current Situation  ► Contractor   uses GeoMedia with MS Access as the    RDBMS  ► USACE ...
Use of Data Project managers  ► Reporting   requirements  ► Planning     • Identify areas of concern Real estate special...
Web Map Application
Future Plans Migrate from SDSFIE 2.6 to 3.0  ► Radical   changes Database replication Web map  ► Port from Web ADF to F...
ContactsWalter Nagai, Program/Project Manager  US Army Corps of Engineers  CEPOH-PP-E, Bldg. 252  Fort Shafter, HI 96858  ...
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Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: ...
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Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: GIS for Environmental, Community and Public Health - Waikoloa - What You Didn't Know: The UXO Cleanup of a Formerly Used Defense Site

  1. 1. Waikoloa – What you didn’t know: TheUXO cleanup of a Formerly UsedDefense Site Sarah Falzarano U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District March 2012US Army Corps of of Engineers US Army Corps Engineers BUILDING STRONGBUILDING STRONG® ®
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  4. 4. Formerly Used Defense Site Department of Defense ► Protect human health and the environment ► Improve public safety Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) Program ► Established by Congress in 1986 ► Cleans up properties formerly used by the military services Army is the DoD Executive Agent for FUDS ► U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for the program BUILDING STRONG®
  5. 5. Former Waikoloa Maneuver Area History► U.S. Navy► Active from 1943 to 1945► Training camp for 50,000 troops► Artillery range • Over 100 different types of munitions used► Two Previous clean-up activities • 1946 • 1954 BUILDING STRONG®
  6. 6. Types of Munitions andExplosives of Concern Found Bombs Landmines Projectiles Mortars Rockets Rifle Grenades Grenades Small Arms Japanese BUILDING STRONG®
  7. 7. Munitions Debris Recovered
  8. 8. Management of Data Keep track of ► Property Boundary ► Work sectors ► Locations cleared ► Excluded areas ► Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Must use Department of Defense spatial standards ► Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment (SDSFIE) BUILDING STRONG®
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  13. 13. SDSFIE Dictates feature class types, names, fields, domains, etc.SDSFIE feature class Descriptionformerly_used_defnse_site FUDS property boundaryoe_hazard_invest_sector_area Work sectorNo feature class!! Cleared areaoe_exception_area Excluded areaoe_item_point Munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) BUILDING STRONG®
  14. 14. Incorporation of Contractor Data Current Situation ► Contractor uses GeoMedia with MS Access as the RDBMS ► USACE uses ESRI with Oracle as the RDBMS ► Load new data ► Replace modified data ► Prone to errors Future Scenario ► Database replication?? BUILDING STRONG®
  15. 15. Use of Data Project managers ► Reporting requirements ► Planning • Identify areas of concern Real estate specialists ► Request right of entry Internal web mapping application BUILDING STRONG®
  16. 16. Web Map Application
  17. 17. Future Plans Migrate from SDSFIE 2.6 to 3.0 ► Radical changes Database replication Web map ► Port from Web ADF to Flex or Silverlight ► Link to photos and other documents ► Queries BUILDING STRONG®
  18. 18. ContactsWalter Nagai, Program/Project Manager US Army Corps of Engineers CEPOH-PP-E, Bldg. 252 Fort Shafter, HI 96858 Ph (808) 438-1232 walter.t.nagai@usace.army.mil https://www.denix.osd.mil/uxosafety BUILDING STRONG®
  19. 19. Questions? BUILDING STRONG®

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