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    Moffett Restoration Advisory Board Hangar One Update July 14, 2011 Moffett Restoration Advisory Board Hangar One Update July 14, 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Former NAS Moffett FieldHangar 1 Removal Action Update Bryce Bartelma, PG Navy BRAC PMO West July 14, 2011 RAB Meeting 1
    • Presentation Overview• P j t Obj ti Project Objective• Progress Update  Continued Monitoring  Roof Redwood Siding & Roof, Redwood, and Protection Window Removal Measures  Washing & CM15 Coating  Historic Mitigation  Additional Removal  Scaffolding Installation Action Activities• Schedule• Questions 2
    • Project Objective• Control release of PCBs from Hangar 1 in accordance with EE/CA (July 2008) and Action Memorandum (December 2008)  Demolition of interior structures  Removal of contaminated siding  Application of weather-resistant coating to steel frame 3
    • Continued Monitoring and Protection Measures• No observed impacts to biological activity• Continued storm water and ground surface protection p• Navy and NASA air monitoring data demonstrates control of air emissions 4
    • Historic Mitigation Man C M Crane B k t (8) BasketsCorrugated Windows ( p to 25) g (up ) 5
    • Hangar 1 Interactive CD• Currently in final production with copies to be made available in the coming months 6
    • NASA and SHPO Site Walk• June 7, 2011• ~30 people to observe progress and discuss re-use 7
    • Scaffolding Installation 8
    • Mansard Panels, Redwood, Silver Siding and Window Removal• Mansard panels removed in Zone 1• Initiated redwood removal at roof with silver siding and f ith il idi d windows to follow 9
    • Washing & Coating – Carbomastic 15• ~98% complete with Zone 1 washing and coating• Initiated washing in Zone 2• Navy representatives Quality Assurance (QA) inspection of coating from roof to floor 10
    • Washing & Coating – Carbomastic 15 11
    • Additional Removal Action Activities• Clam Shell Door Mechanisms – NASA and SHPO requested cleaning, partial coating, and wrapping for NASA’s future re-use 12
    • Additional Removal Action Activities• Permanent access to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) required roof beacon i d fb 13
    • Additional Removal Action Activities• Recognition Lunch for over 365 days and 70,000 man- hours without a recordable incident or injury!! 14
    • Schedule• Fieldwork in zones 1 – 6 Ongoing• C Complete fieldwork, l t fi ld k confirmation sampling and demobilize Spring 2012• Submit After Action Completion Report p p Summer 2012 15
    • Questions? Point of Contact: Scott Anderson, P.E. BRAC Environmental Coordinator ( (619) 532-0938 ) scott.d.anderson@navy.mil 16