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BRAC 2005

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A presentation on the implications of BRAC 2005 on Pennsylvania\'s military installations

A presentation on the implications of BRAC 2005 on Pennsylvania\'s military installations

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  • 1. BRAC 2005 What Does it Mean to Pennsylvania? Gary W. Moulder, CHMM Chief, Federal Facilities Section Remediation Services Division PA Department of Environmental Protection
  • 2. Purpose of BRAC
    • To eliminate the costly on-going operation and maintenance of non-essential military infrastructure
  • 3. BRAC After 4 Rounds
    • Force strength reduced/downsized
    • Estimated savings of $17 billion through 2001
    • Projected $7 billion thereafter
    • BRAC 05 – Military value is primary factor
    • Joint operations, bases and training facilities
  • 4. Positive Lessons Learned
    • Early involvement of all involved
    • Better site characterization
    • Need good maps and aerial photos
    • Choose experienced contractors
    • Educate about BRAC process
  • 5. Not-so-positive Lessons Learned
    • Underestimated cleanup costs
    • Unrealistic schedules
    • Clear lead agency responsibilities
    • ID uncontaminated property
  • 6. What’s New in BRAC 2005?
    • Use existing data and studies
    • Develop ECP immediately after BRAC list
    • All appropriate inquiry/due diligence
    • Make decisions early in process
    • Site conceptual model
    • Consult w/regulators for “smart option”
  • 7. New Considerations
    • Concurrence on early transfers
    • Transfer of cleanup responsibilities
    • Brownfields considerations
    • Consider “market value” of property
    • Integrate redevelopment AND cleanup
  • 8. Pennsylvania BRAC Sites
    • Navy BRAC (1991)
      • Philadelphia Naval Complex
      • Warminster NAWC-ACFT Division
    • DLA BRAC (1993)
      • Defense Supply Center Philadelphia
    • Army BRAC (1995)
      • Letterkenny Army Depot (Property Disposal Areas)
  • 9. BRAC 2005 Closures
    • EFA Northeast – Navy
    • CE Kelly Support Center – Army
    • JRB NAS Willow Grove – Navy, Air Force
    • Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station – Air Force
    • 8 Army/Navy Reserve Centers
  • 10. BRAC 2005 Realignments
    • Defense Distribution Depot Susquehanna (loose 15)
    • Support Center Northeast (loose 183)
    • MCRC Johnstown (loose 86)
    • NavSuppAct Mechanicsburg (loose 11)
    • Navy Phila. Business Center – (loose 63)
    • Army ResCen Pittsburgh – (loose 220)
  • 11. BRAC 2005 Gains?
    • Letterkenny Army Depot
    • Tobyhanna Army Depot
    • NavSuppAct Philadelphia
    • NMCRC Lehigh/Pittsburgh
    • Overall Net loss= 1,878 positions
  • 12. Score Card LOSSES GAINS Naval Air Station Willow Grove 865 mil 362 civ 0 mil 0 civ CE Kelly Support Center 174 mil 136 civ 0 mil 0 civ Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station 44 mil 278 civ 0 mil 0 civ US Army Reserve Center Coraopolis 119 mil 101 civ 0 mil 0 civ Engineering Field Activity NE 4 mil 188 civ 0 mil 0 civ Human Resources Support Center NE 0 mil 174 civ 0 mil 0 civ Philadelphia Naval Business Center 0 mil 63 civ 0 mil 0 civ N&MCRC Lehigh 0 mil 0 civ 8 mil 0 civ N&MCRC Pittsburgh 0 mil 0 civ 7 mil 0 civ
  • 13. Two Initiatives -
    • Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (Act 2)
    • Cooperative Multi-Site Agreement (CMSA)
  • 14. One Cleanup Program
    • “ One-stop” shop for state and federal standards
    • Satisfies requirements under RCRA, CERCLA and TSCA
    • Based on PA Land Recycling Program (Act 2)
    • Primary emphasis is re-use of former industrial sites
  • 15.  
  • 16. Philadelphia Naval Complex
  • 17. Philadelphia Naval Business Center
  • 18. Lincoln Financial Field
  • 19. Warminster NAWC - ACFTDIV
  • 20. Ann’s Choice Retirement Living
  • 21. Warminster Park
  • 22. Defense Personnel Support Center
  • 23. Quartermasters Plaza
  • 24. Letterkenny Army Depot
  • 25. Cumberland Valley Business Park 50,000 Sq. Ft Warehouse
  • 26. NAS JRB Willow Grove
  • 27. Air Fest 2006                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
  • 28. 911 th Air Reserve Station, Pittsburgh
  • 29. Wings Over Pittsburgh 2006                                                                                                                          
  • 30. Army/Navy Reserve Centers
  • 31. Marine Corps Training Center Freemansburg
  • 32. Lehigh Tire Co.
  • 33. Frankford Arsenal
  • 34. Arsenal Business Center
  • 35. Valley Forge General Hospital
  • 36. Valley Forge Christian College
  • 37. Claysburg Air Force Station
  • 38. Blue Knob State Park
  • 39. NIKE Sites
  • 40. New Uses for Old NIKE Sites
  • 41. Birdsboro Army Tank Foundry
  • 42. The End
  • 43. Questions? Gary W. Moulder, CHMM (717) 787-7566 [email_address]

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