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A standardization of work effort to remediate former NIKE missile magazines and associated properties and return them to productive reuse.

A standardization of work effort to remediate former NIKE missile magazines and associated properties and return them to productive reuse.

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  • Hercules Missiles were nuclear capable missiles
  • Hercules Missiles were nuclear capable missiles
  • Hercules Missiles were nuclear capable missiles
  • Each crew participated in annual training launches at Fort Bliss, Texas

Standard NIKE Missile sites SOW Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Standard NIKE Work Plans Region 3 FUDS Philadelphia, PA October 22, 2009
  • 2. Objective
    • Develop generic scope of work for all NIKE Missile Sites
    • Standard Work Statements for former Launch and Control areas
    • Developed in February 2000 by Headquarters, Army Reserve Command (99 th RRC)
    • Developed in conjunction with Pennsylvania’s CMSA for consistency
  • 3. Generic Scope of Work
    • NIKE Launch Sites – Site Investigations
    • NIKE Control Sites – Site Investigations
    • NIKE Launch Sites – Remedial Investigations
    • NIKE Control Sites – Remedial Investigations
  • 4. Former Control Area Former Launch Area You’ve Seen One, You’ve Seen Them All!
  • 5. Contaminants of Concern
    • Carbon tetrachloride
    • Trichloroethylene
    • Trichloroethane
    • IRFNA
    • Aniline-Furfuryl Alcohol
    • UDMH
    • Battery electrolyte
    • JP-4
    • POL - Diesel/gasoline/No. 2 fuel oil/motor oil
    • Hydraulic fluid
  • 6. Nike Launch Area Impacts
  • 7. NIKE Launch Site SI
    • 1.0 Introduction
      • Background
      • Objective
      • Potential AOCs for launch Sites
    • 2.0 Requirements
      • Site Location
      • Description of Silos
  • 8. NIKE Launch Site SI (cont.)
    • 3.0 Scope of Services
      • Task 1 - Project management
      • Task 2 – Document review
      • Task 3 – Preparation of project plans
      • Task 4 – Site Sampling and Contingent Removal Activities
      • Task 5 – Decommissioning of Silos
      • Task 6 – Site Investigation Report
  • 9. Attachment A
    • Decision Rules for Removal Actions
      • Time and costs reduced significantly by focusing on similarities
      • Constructing a pre-determined set of responses based on those similarities
      • EPA's presumptive remedy policy
      • Knowledge gained from previous experience at waste sites
  • 10. Site Diagram
  • 11. Launch Doors Today
  • 12. Possible Contaminant Areas
  • 13. Nike Launch Areas
  • 14. Missile Storage
  • 15. Main Personnel Access
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18. Main Entrance Area
  • 19. Magazine
  • 20. Missile Elevator
  • 21.  
  • 22. Main Hydraulic Tank/Pumps
  • 23. Pumping of Perched Water through Launcher Door
  • 24.  
  • 25. Draining of Elevator Sump
  • 26. Nike Control Area
  • 27.  
  • 28. Former Control Area Admin parking lot/radar trailer area Former control area Former mess hall area Old radar pad area
  • 29. Control Area Impacts
  • 30. Habitation Areas
  • 31.  
  • 32.