01755

01755
DEPARTMENT
A
ATLANTIC
DIVISION,
NAVAL
FACILITIES
NORFOLK,
LANTDIV
RAC Contract
N62470-89-D-3032
MARINE
OF THE NAVY
ENGINEERING
COMMAND
VIRGINIA
No.
PHASE I INTERIM
REMEDIAL
ACTION
AT OPERABLE UNIT NO. 10, SITE 35
CORPS BASE, CAMP LEJEUNE, NORTH CAROLINA
Designed by:
BAKER ENVIRONMENTAL,
INC.
CORAOPOLIS,
PENNSYLVANIA
Spec@cation Prepared by:
Environmental:
Civil:
Dbnald P. Joiner. P.E.
Donald P. Joiner. P.E.
Date: August 14,1997
Specification Approved by:
M. D. Mutter, P.E.
Specification
Branch Head:
Engineering
and Design Division
Environmental
Date:
Quality Division
Director:
Director:
W. H. Crone IV, P.E.
h
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
PROJECT
/-
DIVISION
01 --
01010
01430
02 --
10
(Site
35)
OF CONTENTS
REQUIREMENTS
SITE
WORK
EXCAVATION,
REMOVAL, AND TREATMENT OF CONTAMINATED
SOIL
TRANSPORTATION
AND DISPOSAL
OF CONTAMINATED
MATERIAL
CLEARING
AND GRUBBING
AIR SPARGING SYSTEM
02222
02223
02231
02903
DIVISION
15 --
15011
MECHANICAL
MECHANICAL
DIVISION
16 --
16011
A-.
OU No.
GENERAL PARAGRAPHS
WASTE SAMPLING REQUIREMENTS
DIVISION
--
GENERAL
TABLE
for
End
GENERAL
REQUIREMENTS
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL
GENERAL
of
Table
Project
PROJECT
of
REQUIREMENTS
Contents
TABLE
--
OF CONTENTS
PAGE 1
323
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
SECTION
GENERAL
PART1
4%
1.1
for
OU No.
REFERENCES
listed
The
only.
below
form
publications
a part
are
CODE OF FEDERAL
REGULATIONS
(CFR)
29 CFR 1910.120
Hazardous
29 CFR 1926
Safety
and
Construction
CORPS OF ENGINEERS
of this
referred
Waste
Health
1992 Safety
Manual
STD 462
FIRE
PROTECTION
241
and
Emergency
Regulations
for
Equipment
Schedule
Ownership
Health
and
Requirements
6)
ASSOCIATION
Measurement
Interference
of
Characteristics
(NFPA)
1989 Safeguarding
Construction,
Alteration,
and Demolition
Operations
the
following
SD-09,
Work
and
(Notice
Electromagnetic
PRECONSTRUCTION
a.
Standards
(Rev C) (Notice
2) Electromagnetic
Emission
and Susceptibility
Requirements
the Control
of Electromagnetic
Interference
NATIONAL
1.2.1
Health
to the
by the
(MIL-STD)
STD 461
Submit
Contract.
text
(COE)
COE EM 385-1-1
STANDARDS
and
Operations
1993 Construction
Operating
Expense
MILITARY
specification
to in the
Safety
COE EP lll.O-1-8
1.2
323
PARAGRAPHS
Occupational
NFPA
35)
01010
29 CFR 1910
MIL
(Site
GENERAL
The publications
extent
referenced.
basic
designation
MIL
10
Plan
SUBMITTALS
in
accordance
with
SECTION
01010
Section
Reports
G
PAGE 1
C,
Part
7 of
the
Basic
for
Interim
1.2.1.1
Groundwater
Work
Remediation
for
OU No.
10
(Site
order,
submit
35)
323
Plan
Within
60 days of
consisting
of the
a.
System
issuance
following
of the delivery
elements.
a work
plan
Narrative
Provide
a brief
description
of the project
objectives,
scheduling,
sampling
and analysis
requirements,
decontamination
procedures,
removal
and excavation
procedures,
and storage,
transportation,
and treatment
requirements;
and a detailed
sequence
of events
for
the construction,
extraction,
and
treatment
methods.
Specifically,
information
each of the
the following:
1.
,*
2.
b.
the narrative
to demonstrate
components
of
of the work
plan
shall
include
the Contractor's
understanding
of
the project
including,
as a minimum,
Overall
plan
for
the construction
of the initial,
or Phase
1,
component
of the system.
This
portion
of the work
plan
shall
present
the Contractor's
proposed
methods
of installing
the
necessary
facilities
and equipment,
and shall
incorporate
data
the geotechnical
evaluation.
Overall
on the
including
Technical
plan
for
the operation
and monitoring
of the system,
requirements
presented
in these
technical
specifications,
any amendments
developed
by the Contractor.
Specifications
in an amendment
format,
any additions
and modifications
Provide,
to the contract
specifications
required
to accurately
describe
the materials
and work
procedures
envisioned
to satisfy
the
requirements
of the delivery
order.
Contact
Code 406,
Specifications
Branch,
Engineering
and Design
Division,
LANTNAVFACENGCOM,
(757)
322-4406,
for
availability
of guide
specification
sections
for
those
sections
required,
but not
included
in the contract
documents.
C.
Shop
Drawings
Shop drawings
shall
detail
and describe
all
components
of the
project
not currently
indicated
on the contract
drawings
such
that
the shop drawings
and the contract
drawings,
when taken
together,
provide
a complete
representation
of the project
requirements.
Shop drawings
shall
be prepared
and sealed
by a
registered
professional
engineer.
Shop drawings
shall
include:
Site
plans
and structural
drawings
providing
details
of all
1)
site
work,
including
the layout,
arrangement,
and components
of
the groundwater
remediation
system;
2) Drawings
showing
erosion
controls
to be used during
construction.
3) Drawings
providing
details
of the layout
and installation
of all
process
equipment.
h
d.
Environmental
Protection
Plan
SECTION
01010
PAGE 2
from
based
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
Within
15 days
of issuance
of the delivery
order,
meet with
the
Navy's
Technical
Representative
(NTR) to discuss
environmental
protection
requirements
for
the project.
After
meeting
with
the
prepare
and submit
an Environmental
Protection
Plan in accordance
of the Basic
Contract.
Section
C, Part
4.0,
e.
Health
and
Safety
Plan
Provide
a site
specific
health
and safety
plan
with
Section
C, Part
3.0,
of the Basic
Contract.
include
but is not limited
to the following:
1.
m..
,f--
f.
Names of
responsible
NTR,
with
the
Health
and Safety
officer
for
Health
and Safety.
2.
Description
each task.
of
the
levels
3.
A description
4.
Employee
5.
A description
instrumentation.
6.
Site
7.
Decontamination
procedures.
8.
Standard
and
9.
Contingency
10.
NFPA
11.
Material
the site.
of
of
the
of
environmental
and
personal
frequency
and
(HASP)
The
names
protection
types
of
in accordance
HASP shall
of
to
alternates
be used
personal
for
monitoring.
training.
control
sampling
techniques
and
measures.
Health
Safety
operating
procedures.
plan.
241
Safety
Data
Sheets
for
all
hazardous
materials
brought
to
QC Plan
Provide
Contract.
(1)
a QC Plan
in
accordance
Submittal
Register
with
Section
C,
Part
6.0,
of
the
Basic
As part
of the QC Plan,
submit
a completed
Submittal
Register
document
quality
control
for
materials,
inspection,
and testing
in accordance
with
Section
C, Part
7.0 of the Basic
Contract.
copy of the Submittal
Register
is provided
at the end of this
section.
!----
(2)
Testing
As
A
part
Laboratory
of
the
Qualifications
QC Plan,
SECTION
01010
submit
qualifications
PAGE 3
for
each
laboratory
to
A
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
which
shall
be used
the Basic
Contract.
g.
Sampling
and Analysis
in
for
OU No.
accordance
with
10
(Site
35)
Section
C,
323
Part
6.0,
of
Plan
Provide
a Sampling
and Analysis
and analyses
requirements
for
shall
contain
a field
sampling
plan.
Plan describing
all
sampling
the delivery
order.
The Plan
plan
and a quality
assurance
4
1.2.2
Forwarding
Preconstruction
Submittals
Within
60 days of issuance
of the delivery
order,
and before
procurement,
fabrication,
or mobilization,
submit
to the Architect-Engineer,
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Airport
Office
Park,
Building
3, 420 Rouser
Road,
Coraopolis,
PA 15108,
and to distribution
as directed
by the NTR, the
preconstruction
submittals
required
in this
specification.
The
Architect-Engineer
and NTR shall
review
the Contractor's
Work Plan to
determine
compliance
with
the requirements
of the contract
documents
for
this
delivery
order.
1.2.3
Review
Comments
The NTR shall
compile
and
The Contractor's
Work Plan shall
be reviewed.
coordinate
all
Government
review
comments,
and forward
consolidated
review
Review
comments
on the Work Plan shall
be
comments
to the Contractor.
and submittals
modified
as required.
After
the correction
of the
resolved,
submit
corrected
final
copy of the Work Plan to the NTR for
submittals,
The Final
Work Plan shall
be approved
by the NTR prior
to
final
review.
commencement
of any other
work
associated
with
this
delivery
order.
;LG.
1.3
SUBMITTALS
Submit
Contract.
1.3.1
the
following
SD-08,
a.
Class
b.
Material
1.3.1.1
Class
in
accordance
with
Provide
*
C,
Part
7.0,
of
the
Basic
Statements
I ODS Prohibition
Safety
Data
G
Sheets
G
I ODS Prohibition
Class
I ODS defined
and identified
and
performance
of this
contract,
This
prohibition
shall
equipment.
specification,
drawing,
provision.
1.3.1.2
Section
Material
Safety
Data
Sheets
Material
Safety
Data
Sheets
SECTION
herein
shall
not be used in the
shall
not be provided
as part
of the
be considered
to prevail
over
any other
or referenced
documents.
(MSDS)
01010
for
PAGE 4
all
hazardous
materials.
Interim
1.3.2
ns,
1.3.2.1
Groundwater
SD-18,
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
Records
a.
Shop
Drawings
b.
Record
C.
Environmental
d.
QC Meeting
e.
Test
f.
Contractor
g-
QC Report
h.
Rework
1.
Permits
j.
Contractor's
Documents/Drawings
Conditions
Report
Minutes
Results
Summary
Production
Items
Record
G
Report
Report
List
Closeout
Report
Documents/Drawings
Maintain
two sets
of full
size
contract
drawings
and two sets
of full
size
approved
shop drawings
marked
to show any deviations
which
have occurred,
including
buried
or concealed
construction
and utility
features
revealed
during
the course
of construction.
Record
horizontal
and vertical
locations
of buried
utilities
that
differ
from the contract
drawings.
These
drawings
shall
be available
for
review
by the NTR at any time.
At
the completion
of the work,
deliver
marked
sets
of the contract
drawings
to
the NTR.
The Contractor
shall
incorporate
all
shop drawing
deviations,
and
deliver
one complete
set of the shop drawings
to the NTR.
1.3.2.2
--.
Environmental
Conditions
Report
Prior
to starting
work,
perform
a preconstruction
survey
Take photographs
showing
existing
environmental
conditions
to the site.
Prior
to starting
work,
submit
the results
an Environmental
Condition
Report
to the NTR.
1.3.2.3
QC Meeting
with
the NTR.
on and adjacent
of the survey
in
Minutes
The QC Representative
shall
document
all
QC meetings
by delivering
copies
of the minutes
to the NTR within
3 calendar
days
after
each QC meeting.
The submittals
shall
comply
with
Section
C, Part
6.0 of the Basic
Contract.
1.3.2.4
Test
Results
A summary
report
be submitted
to
and in accordance
PI
Summary
of all
field
the NTR within
with
Section
Report
tests
and laboratory
analytical
results
shall
30 days
after
laboratory
receipt
of samples
C, Part
6.0 of the Basic
Contract.
SECTION
01010
PAGE 5
Interim
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1.3.2.5
Groundwater
Remediation
Contractor
Production
The CPR shall
be prepared
Section
C, Part
6.0,
of
p4
1.3.2.6
the
System
Report
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
(CPR)
and submitted
daily
Basic
Contract.
to
the
NTR in
accordance
with
QC Report
The QC Report
shall
be submitted
by the QC Representative
to the NTR every
day work
is performed,
material
is delivered,
direction
is pending,
or a
labor
force
is present
in accordance
with
Section
C, Part
6.0,
of the Basic
Contract.
1.3.2.7
Rework
Items
List
The QC Representative
NTR on a monthly
basis
Contract.
1.3.2.8
a.
,i-
1.3.2.9
a copy of the
with
Section
items
6.0,
list
to the
of the Basic
days prior
permits
Excavation
Division
Contractor's
to beginning
required
for
Permit;
onsite
onsite
from
Closeout
the
work,
submit
activities:
Public
Works
draft
Officer,
copies
of
the
Utilities
Report
Submit
upon completion
of the project.
This
report
shall
include:
Summary
of Action,
Final
Health
and Safety
Report,
Summary
of
Introduction,
Field
Changes
and Contract
Modification,
Final
Documents,
Record
Documents,
Complete
Set of all
Field
Test
and Laboratory
Analytical
Results,
Offsite
Transportation
and Treatment
of Materials,
and QC Summary
Report
along
with
recommendations
for operation
and expansion
of the treatment
system.
m-.
1.3.3
Forwarding
Submittals
After
approval
of the work
plan,
and before
procurement
or fabrication,
except
as specified
otherwise,
submit,
to the Architect-Engineer,
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Airport
Office
Park,
Building
3, 420 Rouser
Road,
Coraopolis,
PA 15108,
the shop drawings
and technical
data
required
in the
technical
sections
of this
specification.
The Architect-Engineer
for
this
project
shall
review
and provide
surveillance
for
the NTR to determine
if
Contractor-approved
submittals
comply
with
the contract
requirements,
and
shall
review
and approve
for
the NTR those
submittals
not permitted
to be
Contractor
approved
to determine
if submittals
comply
with
the contract
requirements.
At each "Submittal"
paragraph
in the individual
specification
sections,
a notation
"G",
following
a submittal
item,
indicates
the Architect-Engineer,
acting
as the agent
for
the NTR, is the
approving
authority
for
that
submittal
item.
One copy of the transmittal
form for
submittals
shall
be forwarded
to the Resident
Officer
in Charge
of
Construction
(ROICC).
A
c--Y
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rai4
rework
C, Part
Permits
Fifteen
following
P
shall
deliver
in accordance
SECTION
01010
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1.4
Groundwater
GENERAL
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
1.5
GENERAL
(Site
35)
323
INTENTION
It is the declared
and acknowledged
intention
secure
Contractor
services
for
construction
remediation
system
at Operable
Unit
No. 10,
at Marine
Corps
Base Camp Lejeune,
complete
-
10
and meaning
of an interim
Site
35, Camp
and ready
for
to provide
and
groundwater
Geiger
Fuel
Farm
use.
DESCRIPTION
This
work
includes
preparation
of work
plans
and submittals
previously
described,
and providing
all
labor,
supervision,
tools,
materials,
equipment
and transportation
necessary
to install
and operate
for
180 days
an in-situ
air
sparging
(IAS)
system
for
remediation
of contaminated
groundwater
at Site
35.
Components
of this
project
include
but are not
limited
to: mobilization
and preparatory
work;
construction
of temporary
facilities;
installation
of an air
sparging
system;
construction
of
treatment
system
equipment
pad and fencing
and related
site
work;
installation
of an electrical
power
supply
line;
monitoring
of IAS system
and treatment
systems
including
testing,
sampling
and analytical
operation
of the IAS system
for
a period
of 180 days;
requirements;
and
site
restoration
and other
related
work.
After
the remediation
system
has been installed
the Contractor
and maintain
the remediation
system
for
a period
of 180 days.
Contractor
shall
be responsible
for
correcting
and repairing
that
may occur
during
this
180 day period.
The work
required
by these
specifications
approach,
and requires
the Contractor
the NTR before
proceeding
to the next
tasks
is defined
in Part
1.8 of these
-.
1.6
will
operate
The
all
problems
shall
be performed
in a phased
to obtain
input
and concurrence
from
task.
The overall
schedule
for
these
specifications.
LOCATION
The work
Farm,
at
1.7
is located
at Operable
Unit
No.
Marine
Corps
Base Camp Lejeune,
PROJECT
1.7.1
Drawings,
10, Site
35,
North
Carolina.
Camp Geiger
Fuel
INFORMATION
Maps
and
Specifications
Four
sets
of contract
drawings,
maps and specifications
shall
be furnished
to the Contractor,
except
applicable
publications
incorporated
into
the
Additional
sets
shall
be furnished
on
technical
provisions
by reference.
request.
The work
shall
conform
to the following
contract
drawings
and
all
of which
form a part
of these
specifications
and are available
in
maps,
the office
of the NTR.
EFD Dwq.
A
A
No.
NAVFAC
Dwq.
No.
Title
Sheet
Cover
Sheet
and General
Existing
Site
Plan
Enlarged
Site
Plan
SECTION
01010
Notes
PAGE 7
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1.7.2
Groundwater
Reference
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
IO
(Site
35)
323
Reports
The following
reference
reports
are
of the NTR and are intended
only
to
reports
and drawings
are the property
used for
any purpose
other
than that
available
show the
of the
intended
for
examination
in
existing
conditions.
Government
and shall
by the specification.
the
office
The
not be
Reports
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
j”L-4.
“r.
n4
1.8
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Final
Remedial
Investigation
Report,
Operable
Unit
No. 10, Site
35, Camp Geiger
Area
Fuel
Farm,
May
1995.
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Final
Interim
Feasibility
Study,
Operable
Unit
No. 10, Site
35, Camp Geiger
Area
Fuel
Farm,
September
1995.
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Draft
IAS Treatability
Study
Report,
Operable
Unit
No. 10, Site
35, November
1996.
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Draft
Supplemental
Groundwater
Investigation
Report,
Operable
Unit
No. 10, Site
35, Camp Geiger
Area
Fuel Farm,
November
1996.
Baker
Environmental,
Inc.,
Draft
Feasibility
Study,
Operable
Unit
No. 10, Site
35, Camp Geiger
Area Fuel
Farm,
January
1997.
Baker
Envirionmental,
Inc.,
Site
35, PAE Interim
Remedial
Action
Field
Investigation
Letter
Report,
June 1997.
PROJECT
SCHEDULE
AND TIME
CONSTRAINTS
The Contractor
shall
be required
to commence
work
under
this
contract
within
10 calendar
days
after
the date
the Contractor
receives
the notice
The work
required
by these
specifications
shall
be performed
to proceed.
and requires
the Contractor
to obtain
input
and
in a phased
approach,
concurrence
from the NTR before
proceeding
to the next
phase.
The overall
phases
of this
project,
and their
duration,
are as follows:
a.
Work Plan
the
proceed,
construction
as specified
reviewed
by
copy of the
of any work
b.
Construction
Contractor
start-up,
C.
Operation
Contractor
calendar
Contractor
by these
Within
60 calendar
days of receiving
notice
to
Contractor
shall
prepare
an overall
plan
for
the
of the initial,
or Phase
1, component
of the system,
The work
plan
shall
be
in Part
1 of this
section.
the NTR, and the Contractor
shall
submit
a corrected
work
plan
to the NTR for
review,
prior
to commencement
associated
with
this
task.
Phase
- After
approval
shall
complete
the entire
within
120 calendar
days.
of the
work,
work
plan,
including
the
initial
and Monitoring
Phase
- After
initial
start-up,
the
shall
operate
and monitor
the system
for
a period
of
days.
At the end of the 180-day
operating
period,
the
shall
prepare
a contract
close-out
report,
as required
specifications.
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2.1
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Groundwater
SAFETY
PART 3
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10
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35)
323
FENCING
shall
be orange,
high
density,
at least
four
feet
in height.
ultra
violet
stabilized
EXECUTION
FACILITIES
AND SERVICES
The Contractor
proper
completion
3.1.1
A
System
PRODUCTS
Safety
fencing
polyethylene,
-
Remediation
shall
provide
all
temporary
the work,
as necessary
of
Availability
of
Utilities
facilities
and as
necessary
specified.
for
the
Services
a.
Government
available
b.
The Government
shall
supply
non-potable
water
required
to perform
work.to
the Contractor.
The water
source
location
will
be as
directed
by the NTR.
Work shall
be coordinated
with
the Base
Utilities
Branch
(Mr.
Carl
Baker,
(910)
451-5024).
The Contractor
shall
provide
all
piping,
hoses,
pumps,
and connections
to
transport
water
to the desired
locations
on site.
The Contractor
shall
also
provide
a backflow-prevention
device
at the water
source.
C.
The Government
the Contractor.
labor
necessary
the work.
The
disconnections.
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utilities,
if
to the Contractor
available
without
at the work
charge.
shall
supply
reasonable
The Contractor
shall
to connect,
convert,
Contractor
shall
make
sites
shall
be made
amounts
of electricity
provide
all
equipment
and transfer
the utilities
connections
and
The Contractor
shall
not operate
nor disturb
the setting
of control
devices
in the station
utilities
system,
including
water,
sewer,
electrical,
and steam
services.
The Government
shall
operate
the
control
devices
as required
for normal
conduct
of the work.
The
Contractor
shall
notify
the NTR, giving
15 days
advance
notice
when
such operation
is required.
e.
The Contractor
shall
contact
Base Telephone
Services
in writing
obtain
telephone
connection.
The Contractor
shall
provide
all
equipment
and labor
necessary
to connect
the telephone
service
the site.
The Contractor
shall
make arrangements
for
connections
and disconnections
and payments.
Storage
Storage
in
in
Existing
existing
Buildings
buildings
shall
not
be allowed.
6%
3.1.3
Open
Site
Storage
Size
and
Location
/'-The open
confined
A
to
d.
3.1.2
i
to
and
site
available
to the areas
for
storage/laydown/decontamination
approved
by the NTR.
SECTION
01010
PAGE 9
shall
be
to
to
Interim
3.1.4
Groundwater
Trailers,
Remediation
Storage,
and
System
Temporary
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
Buildings
Locate
trailers,
storage,
and temporary
buildings
where
directed
and within
the indicated
operations
area.
Trailers
or storage
buildings
shall
be
permitted
where
space
is available
subject,to
the approval
of the NTR.
The trailers
or storage
buildings
shall
be suitably
painted
and kept
in a
Failure
of
the
Contractor
to
maintain
the
trailers
good state
of repair.
or storage
buildings
in good condition
shall
be considered
sufficient
reason
to require
their
removal.
Trailers
shall
be anchored
to resist
high
winds
and must meet applicable
state
or local
standards
for
anchoring
mobile
trailers.
3.1.4.1
Storage
and
Office
Trailers
Provide
a trailer
of sufficient
size
for
an office
trailer
work
area
and
floor
area
for
the exclusive
use of the Contractor's
Quality
Control
Also
provide
room in the same trailer
for
the Quality
Representative.
Control
Representative
with
a 4-foot
by 8-foot
plan
table,
a standard
size
Quality
control
records
office
desk
and chair,
and telephone
service.
shall
be filed
in the office
and available
at all
times
to the Government.
Trailers
must meet state
law and station
requirements
and must be in good
condition.
Trailers
shall
be lockable
and shall
be locked
when not in use.
Trailers
shall
have a sign
not smaller
than 24 inches
by 24 inches
in the
lower
left
hand corner
of left
door of trailer
with
the following
information:
company
name, address,
registration
number
of trailer
or
vehicle
identification
number,
location
on.base,
duration
of contract
or
stay
on-base,
contract
number,
local
on-base
phone number,
off
base phone
and emergency
recall
person
and phone number.
number
of main office,
3.1.5
Cleaning
Up
the work
During
the progress
of the remediation,
shall
be kept
clean
and free
of all
non-hazardous
and unneeded
construction
equipment.
materials,
No material
or
ditches,
gutters,
debris
shall
be allowed
drains,
or pipes.
The Contractor
shall
under
this
contract
All materials
subcontractors
Contractor
condition.
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remove
all
on or before
to
flow
area
and adjacent
areas
solid
waste,
surplus
or
temporary
buildings
the completion
of
wash
into
watercourses,
and structures
the work.
and equipment
installed
by the Contractor
or any
Upon completion
of the
shall
be thoroughly
clean.
shall
deliver
it undamaged
and in fresh
and new-appearing
built
work,
The
The Contractor
shall
restore
or replace,
when and as directed
by the
NTR, any property
damaged by the contract
work
and equipment
or by
employees.
The property
shall
be restored
in a condition
at least
equal
to
Suitable
that
existing
prior
to the beginning
of construction
operations.
and methods shall
be used for such restoration.
The
materials,
equipment,
restoration
of property
shall
be done promptly
and shall
not be left
until
the end of the contract
period.
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Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
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3.2
RESTRICTIONS
ON OPERATIONS
A
3.2.1
Scheduling
The facilities
and buildings
adjacent
to the site
shall
remain
in operation
during
the entire
construction
period.
The Contractor
shall
schedule
the
work
as to cause
the least
amount
of interference
with
Base operations.
,Work schedules
shall
be subject
to the approval
of the NTR.
Permission
to
interrupt
Base roads
shall
be requested
in writing
a minimum
of 15 calendar
days prior
to the desired
date of interruption.
Notify
the NTR 48 hours
prior
to starting
excavation.
3.2.2
Regular
The regular
Carolina,
3.2.3
Work
are
Work
Hours
work
hours
0645 to
Outside
for
1615,
Regular
the Marine
Corps
Monday through
Base,
Friday.
Camp Lejeune,
North
Hours
If the Contractor
desires
to carry
on work
outside
regular
hours
or on
Saturdays,
Sundays,
or holidays,
the Contractor
shall
submit
an application
The Contractor
shall
allow
ample time
to enable
satisfactory
to the NTR.
arrangements
to be made by the Government
for
inspecting
the work
in
At night,
the Contractor
shall
light
the different
parts
of the
progress.
work
in an approved
manner.
3.2.4
Security
Requirements
The Contractor
shall
comply
with
the general
security
requirements
as
stipulated
in Section
C, Part
2.0,
of the Basic
Contract.
No employee
or
representative
of the Contractor
will
be admitted
to the work
site
without
satisfactory
proof
of United
States
citizenship
unless
specifically
authorized
to the work
site
by the NTR.
3.2.5
3.2.5.1
Restrictions
Radio
On Equipment
Transmitter
Restrictions
h
The Contractor
shall
of radio
transmitting
transmitters
without
3.3
The
2.0,
3.3.1
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conform
to the
equipment,
as
prior
approval.
ACTIONS
REQUIRED
Contractor
of the
shall
comply
Basic
Contract.
Base
restrictions
directed
by
and procedures
for
the
the NTR.
Do not use
use
OF THE CONTRACTOR
with
all
requirements
stated
in
Section
C,
Part
Permits
The Contractor
shall
obtain
all necessary
base permits.
required
for,
but not necessarily
limited
to,
welding,
Allow
7 calendar
days
for processing
of the application.
applicable
permits
shall
be posted
at the job site.
SECTION
01010
PAGE 11
Permits
are
digging
and burning.
One copy of all
Interim
3.4
PUBLIC
The
2.0,
3.5
Remediation
RELEASE
Contractor
of the
h
3.6
and maintain,
as defined
requirements
Safety
3.6.2
24 hour
advance
to dispose
of
b.
Disposal
at facilities
permit
is specifically
sites
where
a permit
obtained.
SAFETY
Safety
/-
A
10
(Site
35)
323
requirements
stated
in
Section
C,
fencing
Safety
REQUIRED
EQUIPMENT
Part
life
of
C, Part
the
4.0,
contract,
of the
written
notice
to the
contaminated
material
not holding
prohibited.
may have been
environmental
Basic
Contract,
NTR of
off-Base.
with
Contractor's
a valid
State
of North
Carolina
The prohibition
also
applies
applied
for
but not yet
to
of
be
MEASURES
Fencing
shall
be installed
around
the
work
area
as
indicated.
Drums
as
or
necessary
roads.
in
front
of
any
work
areas
or
INSURANCE
from
OWNERSHIP
Whenever
a contract
Contractor's
cost
shall
be determined
of COE EP 1110-l-8
F-Y
OU No.
Off-base
disposal
of construction
debris
outside
the parameters
this
paragraph
at sites
without
state
permits
and/or
not in
accordance
with
all
regulatory
requirements
shall
require
the
Contractor
at his
own expense
to remove,
transport,
and relocate
the debris
to a state
approved
site.
The Contractor
shall
also
required
to pay any fines,
penalties,
or fees
related
to the
illegal
disposal
of construction
debris.
Insurance
requirements
their
entirety.
3.8
for
REQUIREMENTS
Safety
drums
shall
be installed
excavations
near
occupied
areas
3.7
all
during
the
in Section
as follows:
Provide
intention
PUBLIC
3.6.1
with
PROTECTION
a.
C.
System
OF INFORMATION
shall
comply
Basic
Contract.
ENVIRONMENTAL
Provide
protection
additional
,-
Groundwater
Section
H of
AND OPERATING
the
Basic
EXPENSE
Contract
are
enforced
SCHEDULE
or modification
of contract
price
is negotiated,
the
proposal
for
equipment
ownership
and operating
expenses
in accordance
with
the following
requirements.
A copy
is available
for
review
at:
OICC/ROICC
NAVFACENGCOM
1005 Michael
Camp Lejeune,
Contracts
Road
North
SECTION
Carolina
01010
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Allowable
cost
for construction,
marine
plant,
and equipment
in
workable
condition,
owned or controlled,
and furnished
by a
Contractor
or subcontractor
at any tier
shall
be based
on actual
cost
data
when the Government
can determine
both
ownership
and
operating
costs
for
equipment
or equipment
groups
of similar
serial
numbers
and series
from
the Contractor's
accounting
records.
When
both
ownership
and operating
costs
cannot
be determined
from
the
Contractor's
accounting
records,
equipment
costs
shall
be based
on
the applicable
provisions
of COE EP 1110-l-8,
Region
II
(the
schedule).
Working
conditions
shall
be considered
to be average
for
determining
equipment
rates
using
the schedule
unless
otherwise
specified
by the Contracting
Officer.
For equipment
not included
in the schedule,
rates
for
comparable
pieces
of equipment
may be
used or a rate
may be developed
using
the formula
provided
in the
schedule.
For forward
pricing,
the schedule
in effect
at the time
of negotiations
shall
apply.
For retrospective
pricing,
the
schedule
in effect
at the time the work
was performed
shall
apply.
b.
Equipment
rental
costs
are allowable,
subject
to FAR
31.105(d)(Z)(ii)
and FAR 31.205-36,
when substantiated
by certified
copies
of paid
invoices.
Rates
for
equipment
rented
from an
organization
under
common control,
lease
purchase,
or sale-lease
back
arrangements
will
be determined
using
the schedule.
However
rental
costs
leased
from an organization
under
common control
that
has an established
practice
of leasing
the same or similar
equipment
to unaffiliated
lessees
shall
not be allowed.
Costs
for
major
repairs
and overhaul
are not allowed.
C.
When actual
equipment
costs
are proposed
and the total
amount
of
the pricing
action
is over
$25,000,
submit
cost
or pricing
data
on
Standard
Form 1411,
"Contract
Pricing
Proposal
Cover
Sheet."
By
submitting
cost
or pricing
data,
the Contractor
grants
to the
Contracting
Officer
or an authorized
representative
the right
to
examine
those
books,
records,
documents,
and other
supporting
data
that
will
permit
evaluation
of the proposed
equipment
costs.
After
price
agreement
the Contractor
shall
certify
that
the equipment
costs
or pricing
data
submitted
are accurate,
complete,
and
current.
FIRE
3.9.1
PROTECTION
Compliance
COE EM-385-1-1,
from the activity
3.9.2
NFPA 241, and activity
Fire
Chief
prior
to
Notification
Post
the
construction
3.10
System
a.
A
3.9
Remediation
activity
fire
shacks.
QUARANTINE
Onslow,
Counties
of
Hones,
have
hot
Obtain
approval
work
operations.
Fire
poster
FOR IMPORTED
and
been
fire
regulations.
commencement
of
Cartaret
declared
in
FIRE
conspicuous
locations
at
telephones
ANT
Counties
and portions
a generally
infested
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and Craven
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in
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
Department
of Agriculture
(USDA) for the imported
fire
ant.
Compliance
with
the quarantine
regulations
established
by this
authority
as set forth
in USDA Quarantine
No. 81 dated
9 October
1970, and USDA Publication
301.81-2A
of 23 July
1976,
is required
for operations
hereunder.
Pertinent
requirements
of the quarantine
for materials
originating
on the Camp
Lejeune
reservation,
the Marine
Corps Air Station,
Cherry
Point,
which are
to be transported
outside
Onlsow County or adjacent
suppression
areas,
include
the following:
a.
b.
--
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Certification
is required
for the following
articles
and they shall
not be moved from the reservation
to any point
outside
Onslow
County
and adjacent
designated
areas unless
accompanied
by a valid
inspection
certificate
issued
by an Officer
of the Plant
Protection
and Quarantine
Program
of the U.S. Department
of Agriculture.
'
(1)
Bulk
soil,
(2)
Used mechanized
soil-moving
soil-moving
equipment
is
noncompacted
soil).
(3)
Other products,
articles,
or means of conveyance,
if
determined
by an inspector
that
they present
a hazard
transporting
spread
of the imported
fire
any and the
possession
thereof
has been so notified.
equipment.
(Used
exempt if cleaned
of
mechanized
loose
it
is
of
person
Authorization
for movement
of equipment
outside
the imported
fire
ant regulated
area shall
be obtained
from USDA, AAPHIS,
PPQ, Box
83, Goldsboro,
North
Carolina,
27530,
Attn:
Mr. Haywood Cox,
telephone
(919) 735-1941.
Requests
for inspection
shall
be made
sufficiently
in advance
of the date of movement
to permit
arrangements
for the services
of authorized
inspectors.
The
equipment
shall
be prepared
and assembled
so that
it may be readily
inspected.
Soil
on or attached
to equipment,
supplies,
and
materials
shall
be removed
by washing
with water or such other
means as necessary
to accomplish
complete
removal.
Resulting
soil
shall
be wasted as necessary
and as directed.
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Only
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
SECTION
PART1
requirements
decontamination
UNITED
323
REQUIREMENTS
of
this
water
section
apply
and drilling
listed
The
only.
STATES
below
form
publications
a part
are
ENVIRONMENTAL
to excavated
soils
and
fluids)
generated
during
Compendium
Procedures,
EPA SW-846
Test
Methods
(Nov.
1986)
NEESA
of this
referred
PROTECTION
EPA/540/P-91/008
1.2
35)
REFERENCES
The publications
extent
referenced.
basic
designation
*
(Site
GENERAL
Waste
sampling
fluids
(i.e.,
construction.
1.1
10
01430
WASTE SAMPLING
h
OU No.
NAVAL
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL
20.2-047B
Sampling
Assurance
Installation
specification
to within
AGENCY
of ERT Waste
1991
for
the
the
(USEPA)
Sampling
Evaluating
Solid
SUPPORT ACTIVITY
(NEESA)
and Chemical
Requirements
Restoration
to the
text
by
Wastes
Analysis
Quality
for
the Navy
Program
(June
1988)
SUBMITTALS
Submit
Contract.
1.2.1
the
following
SD-08,
1.2.1.1
Sample
in
accordance
with
SD-12,
a.
1.2.2.1
Provide
a concise
Part
7.0,
of
the
Basic
Log
Field
Test
waste
characterization
samples
collected.
type of sample
collected,
the location
and the location
of the analyses
Characterization
Sample
Analyses
Waste
Characterization
Sample
Analyses
results
of
and organized
of
Reports
Waste
the
C,
Statements
Provide
a detailed
summary
of all
The Sample
Log should
include
the
the analyses
performed,
the sample,
results.
1.2.2
Section
all
waste
manner.
SECTION
charaterization
01430
PAGE 1
Results
sample
analyses
results
in
Interim
/@++'
1.3
Groundwater
Contractor
Contractor
contaminated
Contractor
1.3.2
,-
Generated
generated
container
work.
(Site
35)
323
Wastes
shall
include
existing
at
all
the
debris,
incidental
site
prior
to the
soils,
commencement
Sampling
sampling
shall
include
the soils
for
disposal.
under
this
definition.
all
sampling
The sampling
of the excavated
of liquid
waste
environmental
transportation
samples
from
and disposal
each waste
stream
requirements.
to
ASSURANCE
Waste
Sampling
Adhere
to all
decontamination,
and procedures
1.5.2
10
OF WORK
and analyze
applicable
QUALITY
1.5.1
OU No.
Wastes
Characterization
DESCRIPTION
1.5
wastes
contents
characterization
to characterize
also
be included
Collect
determine
A
for
generated
wastes
shall
include
all materials
which
become
with
wastes
as defined
in the Basic
Contract
as a result
of
activity
at the site
after
the commencement
of contract
work.
Waste
Waste
soils
shall
1.4
Generated
Government
Government
drum,
and
of contract
A
System
DEFINITIONS
1.3.1
1.3.3
Remediation
sample
acquisition,
handling,
and quality
assurance/quality
as required
by federal,
state
Analytical
custody
documentation,
control
(QA/QC)
requirements
and local
regulations.
Laboratory
The Contractor
shall
be solely
responsible
for
the execution
and accuracy
The Contractor
shall
use a NEESA-certified
of the waste
stream
analyses.
laboratory
for
all
soil
and waste
analyses.
All
analytical
standard
methods
shall
meet,
at a minimum,
NEESA 20.2-047B
QA/QC Level
C
requirements
for
confirmation
sampling
and Level
C requirements
for
waste
characterization
sampling
and shall
also
be in accordance
with
federal,
local
and state
regulations.
PART 2
Not
PART 3
3.1
PRODUCTS
Used.
EXECUTION
GENERAL
Supply
all
environmental
HW.
personnel,
samples
equipment,
required
SECTION
to
and facilities
characterize
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to
the
collect
wastes.
and
analyze
the
Interim
Groundwater
3.1.1
Waste
Remediation
System
Characterization
Waste
characterization
determining
handling,
determining
personal
requirements.
for
OU No.
10
samples
shall
transportation,
and environmental
characterization
(additional
1.
TCLP
7741
Metals
2.
TCLP
Volatiles
3.
TCLP
Semi-Volatiles
4.
TPH - EPA Method
5.
RCRA Characteristics
35)
323
Samples
be collected
and disposal
protection
for
the purpose
of
requirements
and for
and monitoring
Characterization
samples
shall
be collected
from
the
Site
35.
One thoroughly
mixed
composite
sample
shall
every
25 cubic
yards,
or fraction
thereof
of material.
shall'consist
of six
(6) grab
samples
representative
sampled.
The grab
samples
shall
be thoroughly
mixed
homogeneous
mixture.
At a minimum,
the
following
parameters
facility):
(Site
samples
analyses
- EPA Methods
7060,
soils
excavated
from
be collected
for
The composite
sample
of the material
being
to obtain
a relatively
shall
be analyzed
may be required
by
7080,
7130,
7190,
for
the
7420,
the
disposal
7470,
7760,
R
+-,
- EPA Method
8240
- EPA Method
8270
3550/8015
i- SW-846
The soil
shall
contain
no
9095,
paint
filter
liquids
In addition
performing
facility.
Contractor's
3.1.2
free
test.
liquid
to the above
analyses,
any additional
analyses
These
additional
analyses
Sampling
and Analysis
Incidental
Waste
9010,
1010,
as demonstrated
9012,
9030
by
EPA SW-846
Method
the Contractor
shall
be responsible
for
required
by the off-site
soil
disposal
shall
be identified
in the
Plan.
Samples
Collect
samples
from incidental
wastes
generated
by the Contractor
during
normal
construction
activities
(except
general
refuse)
to determine
Also
included
under
applicable
transportation
and disposal
requirements.
this
category
is all
water
generated
during
the remedial
action
including,
water
from decontamination
of personnel
and equipment,
but not limited
to,
groundwater
encountered
during
excavation,
and rainfall
and surface
water
runoff
accumulated
in the open excavations.
Analyze
incidental
waste
samples
for
the following
parameters
and any additional
analyses
required
by the off-site
disposal
facility:
*
,-
-=T
*
*
TCLP Metals
- EPA Methods
7060,
7741,
7760
TCLP VOAs - EPA Method
8240
TCLP SVOAs - EPA Method
8270
SECTION
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PAGE 3
7130,
7190,
7420,
7470,
,%
Interim
,/--.
3.1.3
Groundwater
Sample
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
Handling
sample
handling,
and sampling
containers
must be consistent
Sampling,
the chemicals
expected,
the matrix
of the sample,
and planned
analytical
Precleaned
glass
sample
containers
with
teflon
lids
are
procedures.
required
for
soil
samples.
rr\
The Contractor
chain-of-custody
analysis
of
3.1.4
all
Sampling
Maintain
a sample
in the Sampling
be used during
containing,
b.
Sample
Locations
C.
Sample
Matrix
d.
Sample
Identification
e.
QA/QC
f.
Analyses
Gl-
Type
h.
Signatures
of
and
log
Date
End
to
and Analysis
collection,
Plan strict
transport,
Documentation
a.
--
!-=%
shall
describe
procedures
samples.
Time
of
to
be Performed
Section
the
Number
Identification
of
a minimum,
Sampling
Sample
and Number
at
of
Sample
Individuals
Containers
Performing
Sampling
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SECTION
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following
information:
with
and
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
SECTION
EXCAVATION,
W
PART1
1.1
REMOVAL,
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
02222
AND TREATMENT
OF CONTAMINATED
SOIL
GENERAL
REFERENCES
The publications
extent
referenced.
basic
designation
listed
below form
The publications
only.
AMERICAN
SOCIETY
ASTM D 4397
0~ TESTING
I991
UNITED
STATES
a part
of this
are referred
AND MATERIALS
Polyethylene
Industrial,
ENVIRONMENTAL
specification
to in the
EPA SW-846
1986
Test Methods
(Physical/Chemical
EPA 600/R-92/096
I.992
Potential
Contaminated
Recycling
for
AGENCY
(USEPA)
Solid
Petroleum
A Directory
EPA 600/4-79-020
1983
Methods
for the
Water and Wastes
EPA 540/P-87/001a
1987
A Compendium
of Superfund
Operations
Methods
1.2
Construction,
Applications
Evaluating
Methods)
Reuse of
Soil:
Facilities
Chemical
to the
by the
(ASTM)
Sheeting
for
and Agricultural
PROTECTION
text
Analysis
Waste
of
Permitted
of
Field
DEFINITIONS
1.2.1
Excavated
Soil
Reused
as Clean
Fill
Soils
containing
less than 100 parts
per million
(ppm) of total
organic
less
than
50
ppm
of
total
petroleum
hydrocarbons
(TPH) and
halogens
(TOX),
less than 10 ppm of the sum of benzene,
toluene,
ethyl
benzene,
and xylene
can be used as fill
material.
Soil
classified
as clean
fill
shall
(BTEX),
be removed
from the site
or used as clean
fill
at locations
identified
by
the NTR.
1.2.2
Contaminated
Soil
Soils
containing
concentrations
greater
than 100 ppm TOX and/or
TPH, shall
be considered
contaminated
with hazardous
materials
and/or
petroleum
products.
1.3
p".
A
DESCRIPTION
100 ppm
OF WORK
Excavation
is required
for the installation
of In-Situ
Air Sparging
System
piping.
The material
excavated
may be contaminated
soil,
as defined
in
this
section.
If contaminated
soil
is encountered,
excavation
and removal
shall
be in accordance
with this
section.
SECTION
02222
PAGE 1
Interim
Groundwater
Excavate
Concrete
1.4
to the horizontal
pavement
shall
the
following
SD-08,
A
for
OU No.
limits
be swept
of the
clean.
Air
accordance
with
Section
10
(Site
Sparging
35)
trench
323
as
necessary.
in
C,
Part
7 of
the
Basic
Statements
a.
Excavation
b.
Site
C.
Field
as,
1.4.1.1
System
SUBMITTALS
Submit
Contract.
1.4.1
Remediation
and
Health
Material
and
Sampling
Excavation
Handling
Safety
and
and Material
Plan
G
G
Laboratory
Handling
Plan
Testing
Plan
G
Plan
A material
handling
plan
shall
be furnished
by the Contractor
15 days prior
to initiation
of the work
that
describes
phases
of dealing
with
the
contaminated
soil
including
the following:
a schedule
to be employed
in
the excavation,
a sequence
of operations,
the method
of excavation,
hauling,
proposed
equipment,
and handling
of the contaminated
materials,
soil
testing
requ i rements,
and safety
precautions
and requirements.
The
plan
shall
define
the Contractor's
source
for
fill
and method
for
importing
the fill
material
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1.4.1.2
Site
Health
and
Safety
Plan
Describe
safety
precautions
for
each phase
of the project
as specifically
related
to trenching.
Identify
safety
equipment
and procedures
to be
available
and used during
the project.
Furnish
the name and qualifications
based
on education,
training,
and work
experience
of the proposed
Site
Health
and Safety
Officer.
1.4.1.3
A
Field
Sampling
Describe
field
laboratory
and
Sample
reports
sample
method,
identification
PART 2
2.1
and
Laboratory
Testing
sampling
methods
and quality
control
procedures.
laboratory
methods
to be used for
contamination
shall
show sample
identification
for
location,
contamination
level,
name of individual
sampler,
and quality
control
procedures.
of laboratory,
PRODUCTS
PLASTIC
SHEETING
ASTM D 4397
m
Plan
SECTION
02222
PAGE 2
Identify
testing.
date,
time,
Interim
.f----
PART 3
3.1
3.2
Groundwater
for
OU No.
10
(Site
for
02903,
excavation
and backfill
"Air
Sparging
System'!.
35)
323
GENERAL
a.
The methods
accordance
b.
The Contractor
shall
notify
the NTR at least
48 hours
prior
to the
start
of excavation.
The Contractor
shall
stage
his/her
operations
to minimize
the time the excavated
soil
is exposed
to the weather.
Provide
protection
measures
around
the area of excavation
to divert
runoff
of water
from within
the excavation
boundaries.
Excavate
-**. /-
System
EXECUTION
EXCAVATION
3.2.1
Remediation
soil
shall
be
in
REQUIREMENTS
for
Temporary
and procedures
with
Section
air
sparging
Containment
trenches
of
as
indicated
Contaminated
or
required.
Soil
Soil
removed
from
the excavation
shall
be placed
in a temporary
containment
area.
Provide
a temporary
containment
area near the excavation
area.
Cover
containment
area with
6 mil reinforced
polyethylene
sheeting.
Place
excavated
soil
on the impervious
barrier
and cover
with
6 mil reinforced
polyethylene
sheeting.
Provide
a straw
bale berm around
the outer
limits
of the containment
area
and cover
with
polyethylene
sheets.
Secure
edges
of sheets
with
weights
to keep the polyethylene
sheeting
in place.
All
water
runoff
shall
be diverted
from the stockpiled
material.
If
to
3.2.2
approved
the soil
by the NTR, soil
removed
from
treatment
area
to be constructed
Excavation
the
excavation
can
at Camp Geiger.
be
transported
Procedure
A
Methods
and equipment
used to remove
soil
shall
result
in minimal
disturbance
to remaining
soil
beyond
the trench
limits.
Any materials
becomes
contaminated
as a result
of the Contractor's
operation
shall
removed
and disposed
of at no additional
cost
to the Government.
that
be
Excavated
slopes
which
are unstable
or subject
to slides
shall
be flattened
or cut back
as required
to ensure
slope
stability,
or supported
in
Dewatering
will
not
accordance
with
Section
02903,
"Air
Sparging
System".
be permitted
unless
approval
is obtained
from the Contracting
Officer.
Any
water
(ground,
rain,
or surface)
collected
in the open excavation
pit
or
temporary
containment
area shall
be properly
tested
and disposed
of.
Collected
water
shall
be tested
in accordance
with
EPA SW-846
and EPA
600/4-79-20
and state
and local
required
analyses.
Water
that
contains
contaminants
above
locally
acceptable
levels
shall
be disposed
of in
accordance
with
federal,
state
and local
regulations.
Contaminated
water
shall
not be disposed
of in the onsite
sanitary
or storm
sewer
systems.
Non-contaminated4
water
shall
be disposed
of onsite.
ra,
3.3
EXCAVATION
MONITORING
P--Continuous
monitoring
vapor
analyzer/flame
&
of excavation
work
shall
ionization
device
(OVA/FID)
SECTION
02222
PAGE 3
be accomplished
capable
of
with
detecting
organic
Interim
Groundwater
volatile
organic
be accomplished
the site.
Remediation
vapors
during
to
all
System
a minimum
excavation
for
OU No.
of 1 ppm.
operations
10
(Site
35)
Continuous
regardless
323
monitoring
of location
shall
on
When soils
with OVA/FID readings
indicating
a possible
flammable
vapor
the Contractor
shall
take the necessary
precautions
as dictated
emission,
in the Site
Health
and Safety
Plan.
,m;
3.3.1
Testing
Laboratory
The Contractor
shall
submit
to the Contracting
Officer
the names of all
testing
laboratories
to be used to accomplish
analysis
of contaminated
soil.
A maximum
turnaround
time of 48 hours for sample
analyses
shall
be
required
in accordance
with the standard
work week of the contract.
Reports
shall
be provided
to the Contracting
Officer
within
48 hours
of
sampling.
3.4
3.5
TESTING
FOR DISPOSAL
OF CONTAMINATED
SOILS
1.
One composite
sample
shall
taken
from the proposed
trench
location
and shall
be analyzed
for each required
test.
To develop
a
composite
sample
of the size necessary
to run the required
tests,
the Contractor
shall
take several
samples
from different
areas
along
the surface
and in the center
of the area to be excavated.
These samples
shall
be combined
and thoroughly
mixed
to develop
the
composite
sample.
2.
The soil
shall
SW-846 Method
3.
The sum of
concentrations
5030/8020.
4.
TPH (total
petroleum
hydrocarbons)
determined
by using
EPA 600/4-79-020
been modified
for use with soil.
5.
Material
accordance
6.
Material
shall
SW-846 Method
reactivity.
7.
Material
accordance
shall
be tested
for PCB's (polychlorinated
with EPA SW-846 Method
8080.
8.
Moisture
accordance
content
with
CRITERIA
As identified
,-
REQUIREMENTS
contain
no free
9095, paint
filter
benzene,
shall
liquid
as demonstrated
liquids
test.
toluene,
ethyl
be determined
benzene,
by using
be analyzed
1311 and for
FOR DISPOSAL
by the
for Full
ignitability,
of the sample
shall
EPA Method
160.3.
SECTION
be determined
Officer:
02222
organic
PAGE 4
(BTEX)
Method
shall
be
which has
halogens)
TCLP in accordance
corrosivity,
APPROVAL
Contracting
and xylene
EPA SW-846
concentrations
Method
418.1,
shall
be tested
for TOX (total
with EPA SW-846 Method
9020.
by EPA
in
with
and
bipehenyls)
in
EPA
in
Interim
3.6
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
1.
Soils
failing
the TCLP Test shall
be managed
in accordance
with the
North
Carolina
Hazardous
Waste Management
Regulations.
Payment
for
disposal
of materials
failing
the TCLP metals
test
shall
be made in
accordance
with the #CHANGES" clause
of the General
Conditions.
2.
Soils
exhibiting
a TOX > 100 ppm shall
not be disposed
of until
separate
approval
from the North
Carolina
Department
of
Environmental
Quality
is granted.
Payment
for disposal
of such
materials
shall
be made in accordance
with the t8CHANGES11 clause
the General
Conditions.
3.
If the concentration
of total
BTEX > 10 ppm or TPH > 50 ppm,
soil
shall
be disposed
of using
soil
recycling.
4.
If the concentration
contaminated
soil
SPILLS
OF CONTAMINATED
of
shall
TPH c 50 ppm and
be used as on-site
total
fill
BTEX c 10 ppm,
material.
of
the
the
SOILS
The Contractor
shall
use appropriate
vehicles
and operating
practices
to
prevent
spillage
or leakage
of contaminated
materials
from occurring
during
operations.
All vehicles
leaving
the contaminated
soil
removal
site
shall
be inspected
by the Contractor
to ensure
that no contaminated
soil
adheres
to the wheels or undercarriage.
An impervious
barrier
shall
be placed
under all
areas that
contaminated
soil
will
rest on to prevent
Contaminated
soil
piles
shall
contamination
from leaching
into
clean
soil.
be covered
at all
times
when not being
worked on to minimize
erosion.
3.7
-.
FACILITIES
The proposed
treatment
method
for soils
meeting
the constraints
described
The Contractor
shall
select
a permitted
in this
section
is soil
recycling.
facility
for the treatment
and disposal
of the contaminated
soil.
--End
PI
TREATMENT
of
Section--
SECTION
02222
PAGE 5
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
SECTION
TRANSPORTATION
AND DISPOSAL
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
02223
OF CONTAMINATED
MATERIAL
h
PART1
1.1
GENERAL
REFERENCES
The publications
extent
required.
basic
designation
listed
below
form
The publicaitons
only.
CODE OF FEDERAL
261
Identification
Waste
40 CFR Part
262
Standards
Hazardous
100
to
UNITED
180
the
by the
and
Listing
of
Applicable
Waste
to
PROTECTION
AGENCY
Hazardous
Generators
of
Transportation
STATED
ENVIRONMENTAL
SW-846
1.2
to
text
REGULATIONS
40 CFR Part
40 CFR Parts
(1986)
Waste
Test
Methods
(Physical/Chemical
for
(USEPA)
Evaluating
Methods).
Solid
SUBMITTALS
Submit
Contract.
1.2.1
the
following
SD-08,
1.2.1.1
1.2.2
1.2.2.1
in
the
SD-18,
accordance
or
Disposal
Facility
Section
C,
Part
7.0
of
the
Basic
Verification
that
the proposed
treatment
or disposal
contaminated
materials
specified,
prior
facility
to the
is permitted
start
of
Records
a.
Waste
Shipping
Documentation
b.
Waste
Delivery
Documentation
C.
Disposal
d.
Work
Waste
with
Statements
Treatment
Verification
to accept
excavation.
A=-.
a part
of this
specification
are referred
to within
the
Site
Site
Decontamination
Decontamination
Shipping
Verification
Verification
Documentation
,f----Copies
of
hazardous
,+-a
manifests
and
waste
materials
other
documentation
within
24 hours
SECTION
02223
required
for
shipment
after
removal
of waste
PAGE 1
of
from
the
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU NO.
10
(Site
35)
323
site.
Manifest
documentation
shall
be in accordance
with
40 CFR 261
All
shipment
manifests
shall
be signed
by the NTR.
and 40 CFR 262.
Manifest
documents
are not required
for
soil
which
does not meet the
characteristics
of a hazardous
waste
as defined
in 40 CFR 261.
1.2.2.2
Waste
Verification
treatment
1.2.2.3
that
facility,
the
Disposal
Verification
leaving
1.2.2.4
Delivery
the
Site
Documentation
wastes
were
within
7 days
Decontamination
that
all.vehicles
disposal
site,
Work
Site
actually
delivered
of shipment.
to
the
approved
Verification
and
within
Decontamination
containers
7 days of
were
disposal.
decontaminated
prior
Verification
Verification
that
all
vehicles,
equipment,
and containers
were
decontaminated
prior
to leaving
the work
site
shall
be submitted
within
hours
of vehicles,
equipment,
or containers
leaving
the work
site.
Verification
that
all
trucks
transporting
contaminated
materials
were
properly
operating,
and were
covered,
shall
be submitted
within
24 hours
after
removal
of waste
from the site.
A
PART 2
r"""
CII
PART 3
3.1
PRODUCTS
EXECUTION
Materials
and
Equipment
necessary
wastes
in
Records
The Contractor
records/manifests
Quality
and
3.3
24
- NOT USED
The Contractor
shall
furnish
all
labor,
materials,
and equipment
to transport
and dispose
of Government
and Contractor
generated
accordance
with
applicable
federal,
state,
and local
requirements.
3.2
to
shall
the
Temporary
as
U.S.
Storage
originate,
required
Department
of
by
use,
and maintain
the waste
shipment
the Virginia
Department
of Environmental
of Transportation,
as necessary.
Contaminated
Materials
The Contractor
shall
schedule
and control
the work
such as to minimize
the
quantity
and duration
of on-site
contaminated
material
storage.
All
contaminated
materials
stored
on-site
shall
be stored
in a temporary
containment
area,
or in covered
containers
or vehicles
designed
to contain
such materials
without
spillage.
Any damage or contamination
caused
by
contaminated
materials
storage
shall
be repaired
or removed
to the
satisfaction
of the NTR.
m-h
,pp4‘
*
3.4
Transportation
The Contractor
shall
be solely
responsible
for
complying
with
all
federal,
state,
and local
requirements
for
transporting
hazardous
materials
through
the applicable
jurisdictions
and shall
bear
all
responsibility
and cost
for
SECTION
02223
PAGE 2
Interim
Groundwater
any noncompliance.
do the following:
4
Inspect
all
vehicles
documents,
and other
-%
in
a+.
those
OU No.
10
requirements,
vehicles
and
and containers
requirements
(Site
for
35)
the
containers
for
document
decontamination
and again
before
leaving
waste
materials
a treatment/disposal
and
Method
of
The quantity
soil
removed
End of
for
323
Contractor
for
shall
proper
proper
markings,
waste
shipment.
manifest
procedures
prior
to
the disposal
site.
leaving
Waste
Sampling
--
and document
all
and covering.
Perform
and
the worksite
The Contractor
Section
01430,
;-
to
addition
b.
All
incidental
disposed
of
materials.
3.7
In
Inspect
operation
Incidental
3.6
System
a.
C.
3.5
Remediation
Analysis
shall
“Waste
removed
from
facility
Requirements
for
the site
permitted
shall
to
be
accept
such
Disposal
conduct
sampling
and analysis
Sampling Requirements".
in
accordance
with
Measurement
of work done under
from the site.
Section
this
Section
shall
--
SECTION 02223
PAGE 3
be measured
in
tons
of
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
SECTION
CLEARING
PART1
1.1
following
SD-14,
(Site
35)
323
02231
AND GRUBBING
1.2
Tree
b.
Herbicide
wound
samples
PART 2
accordance
with
Section
01330,
"Submittal
paint
in
DELIVERY,
Deliver
maintain
condition
in
Samples
a.
Submit
cans
with
STORAGE,
manufacturer's
label.
AND HANDLING
materials
to,
the materials
until
ready
store
at
in their
for use.
the site,
original
and handle
manufactured
in
a manner
which
or fabricated
will
PRODUCTS
Used
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
PROTECTION
3.1.1
Keep
3.1.2
Roads
roads
Trees,
Protection
Paragraphs."
3.1.3
,-
10
SUBMITTALS
1.1.1
^T
OU No.
GENERAL
Submit
the
Procedures."
Not
for
Utility
and
and
Walks
walks
free
Shrubs,
and
shall
be in
of
dirt
Existing
accordance
and
debris
at
all
times.
Facilities
with
Section
01010,
"General
Lines
Protect
existing
utility
lines
that
are indicated
to remain
from damage.
Notify'the
Contracting
Officer
immediately
of damage to or an encounter
with
an unknown
existing
utility
line.
The Contractor
shall
be responsible
for
the repairs
of damage to existing
utility
lines
that
are indicated
or
made known
to the Contractor
prior
to start
of clearing
and grubbing
operations.
When utility
lines
which
are to be removed
are encountered
within
the area of operations,
the Contractor
shall
notify
the Contracting
Officer
in ample time to minimize
interruption
of the service.
Refer
to
Section
01110,
"Summary
of Work,"
for additional
utility
protection.
SECTION
02231
PAGE 1
pl
Interim
,fl"----
3.2
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
CLEARING
Shall
consist
of the felling,
trimming,
and cutting
of trees
into
sections
and the satisfactory
disposal
of the trees
and other
vegetation
designated
including
downed
timber,
snags,
for
removal,
brush,
and rubbish
occurring
within
the areas
to be cleared.
Cut off
flush
with
or below
the original
ground
surface
trees,
stumps,
roots,
brush,
and other
vegetation
in areas
to be cleared,
except
for
trees
and vegetation
indicated
or directed
to be
left
standing.
Apply
herbicide
in accordance
with
the manufacturer's
label
to the top surface
of stumps
designated
not to be removed.
3.3
TREE REMOVAL
Where
3.4
indicated,
designated
trees
and
stumps
and
grub
roots.
GRUBBING
Remove and
roots,
and
depressions
new surface
3.5
dispose
of roots
larger
than 3 inches
in diameter,
matted
designated
stumps
from the indicated
grubbing
areas.
Fill
made by grubbing
with
suitable
material
and compact
to make
conform
with
the existing
adjacent
surface
of the ground.
DISPOSAL
3.5.1
,f--
remove
OF CLEARED
Saleable
timber
from which
saw logs,
pulpwood,
posts,
poles,
ties,
be produced
as saleable
timber.
Trim limbs
and tops,
and
lengths,
and stockpile
adjacent
to the site.
The
will
remain
the property
of the Government.
Nonsaleable
Remove from
vegetation,
permitted.
--
End
the
and
of
MATERIALS
Timber
Consider
felled
or fuelwood
can
saw into
saleable
stockpile
timber
3.5.2
AND GRUBBED
the
Materials
project
debris
Section
site
and
considered
dispose
of off
as nonsaleable.
--
SECTION
02231
PAGE 2
station
timber,
Burning
will
scrub,
not be
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
SECTION
AIR
Br,
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
02903
SPARGING
SYSTEM
/
PART 1 - GENERAL
The work
described
in this
section
includes
the design
and installation
of
the initial
phase
of an in-situ
air
sparging
(IAS)
system
(Phase
1 IAS
System),
intended
to evaluate
the performance
of the technology.
The Phase
1 IAS system
shall
be constructed
within
the confines
of work
area
depicted
on the drawings
and as specified
herein.
In addition,
the
work
includes
startup,
initial
testing,
monitoring,
and
operation/maintenance
of the system
for
a 180-day
operations
period.
The design
and installation
of the Phase 1 IAS System
shall
be carried
out
in accordance
with
the overall
plans
for
the project,
as described
in the
Contractor's
work
plans
specified
in Section
01010,
"General
Paragraphs",
and as specified
in this
section.
The type
of IAS system
selected
for
horizontal
well(s)
or vertical
wells),
and the method
of
Phase
1, (i.e.,
installation,
(i.e.
horizontal
drilling,
trenching),
shall
be selected
by
and
approved
by
the
NTR,
based
on
information
provided
in
the Contractor,
the Basis
of Design
Report,
other
reference
reports
provided
to the
and site-specific
field
data developed
by the Contractor
during
Contractor,
pre-construction
activities.
-%
,-\
The Phase
will
allow
of testing
1.1
1 IAS System
shall
be designed'and
for
the system
to be expanded,
and monitoring
conducted
during
in a manner
which
based
on the results
operating
period.
REFERENCES
The publications
extent
referenced
basic
designation
AMERICAN
listed
only.
only.
SOCIETY
below
The
form a part
publications
FOR TESTING
of this
specification
are referred
to in
AND MATERIALS
1989
ASTM D 1785
1989
Pipe
Poly
(Vinyl
Chloride)
(PVC)
Plastic
ASTM D 2466
1988
Pipe
Poly
(Vinyl
Fittings
Chloride)
(PVC)
Plastic
ASTM D 2564
1988 Solvent
Cements
for
Poly
(Vinyl
Chloride)
(PVC) Plastic
Pipe and Fittings
40
CFR 136
REGULATIONS
I or
II
Portland
Alloy
Steel
Cement
(CFR)
40 CFR 136 Guidelines
SECTION
and
PUBLICATIONS
ASTM C 150
Type
Carbon
to the
text
by
1992
Pipe
CODE OF FEDERAL
Specialized
(ASTM)
the
ASTM A 530
h
r*
installed
or modified,
the initial
02903
PAGE 1
Establishing
Test
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
Procedures
NATIONAL
,NFPA
1.2
FIRE
PROTECTION
70
OU No.
for
the
ASSOCIATION
National
10
(Site
Analysis
35)
of
323
Pollutants
(NFPA)
Electric
Code
SUBMITTALS
Submit
Contract.
1.2.1
SD-02,
a.
b.
h
C.
1.2.2
C.
1.2.2.1
following
in
accordance
Manufacturer's
Piping
and
Valves
Air
Sparging
SD-04,
a.
b.
A
the
with
Catalog
Section
Part
7,
of
the
Basic
Data
Fittings
Equipment
G
Drawings
Air
Sparging
System
and Piping
G
Air
Sparging
Equipment
G
Electrical
Site
Layout
and Details
Air
C,
Sparging
System
and
G
Piping
Submit
drawings
by a registered
professional
engineer
or approved
by the
manufacturer
for
the design
and construction
of the Phase
1 IAS System
including
sparging
trench,
all
underground
piping,
and appurtenances.
Drawings
shall
include
material
sizes
and types,
arrangements
of sparging
trench
and underground
piping,
and the sequence
and method
of installation.
The drawings
shall
provide
sufficient
information
to allow
for
the
construction
of the Phase 1 AS System.
1.2.2.2
Air
Sparging
Equipment
Submit
drawings
by a registered
manufacturer
for
the design
and
arrangement
of
sizes
and types,
method
of installation.
1.2.2.3
Electrical
Submit
drawings
construction
of
required.
1.2.3
SD-05,
a.
1.2.3.1
Site
Layout
by a registered
the site
power
Design
professional
construction
equipment
and
or
air
approved
by the
sparging
equipment
and the sequence
and
Details
professional
distribution
engineer
system,
for
for
the design
equipment
and
Data
Engineering
Design
Calculations
Engineering
Design
Calculations
Submit
calculations
and installation
of
underground
piping,
engineer
of the
components,
G
by a registered
professional
engineer
for
the Phase 1 IAS system
including
trenching,
equipment,
and appurtenances.
Calculations
SECTION
02903
PAGE 2
the
design
all
shall
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
demonstrate
that
the selected
equipment
has
capable
of meeting
the specified
performance
shall
include
data
and references
used,
and
with
accepted
engineering
practices.
1.2.4
SD-12,
a.
1.2.4.1
R
h
1.2.5
.f@----. le3
A
Test
(Site
35)
323
been properly
sized,
and is
requirements.
Calculations
shall
be prepared
in accordance
Reports
Air
Sparging
System
Performance
Data
Air
Sparging
System
Performance
Data
G
Submit
a report
that
provides
detailed
data on the operation
and
performance
of the Air
Sparging
System
during
the 180-day
operational
period.
The report
shall
include
monitoring
data,
analytical
data,
operation
logs,
problems
noted,
and an evaluation
of system
performance,
including
recommendations
for
modifications
or expanding
the. system,
as
described
in Part
3 of this
section.
The format
of the report,
and the
methods
to be used
to sample
and monitor
the performance
of the system,
shall
be provided
in the Work Plans
specified
in Section
01010,
"General
Paragraphs".
SD-19,
a.
ah-
Field
10
Air
Operations
Sparging
DESCRIPTION
and
Maintenance
Equipment
Data
Data
Package
4 G
OF SYSTEM
Provide
a Phase
1 IAS system
in
meet the performance
requirements.
accordance
with
these
specifications
to
The work
includes
the construction
of the Phase
1 IAS System
and to
reduce
the levels
of contamination
in shallow
groundwater
as it migrates
toward
the site
boundary
in an area along
the southern
side
of the proposed
right-of-way
for
the U.S.
Route
17 bypass.
The work
includes
the
installation
of an IAS system
in the area indicated.
The overall
length
of
the Phase
1 system
shall
be approximately
100 feet.
The depth
of the
system
shall
be based
on site
geological
considerations,
specifically,
the
depth
to the semi-confining
layer
in the area
indicated,
which
is assumed
to be 35 to 40 feet
below
ground
surface
based
on previous
investigations
near
the project
area.
The system
shall
function
as an IAS "curtain"
and
is intended
to remove
contaminants
as the plume travels
through
the
curtain.
Construction
of a soil
vapor
extraction
(SVE) system
is not
anticipated
to be required.
Existing
contaminant
conditions
and
preliminary
system
design
-information
have been identified
in the Basis
of
Design
Report,
which
has been provided
to the Contractor
under
a separate
cover.
An on-site
treatability
study
was performed
to provide
preliminary
site-specific
data which
may be used to assist
in the design
of the IAS
The
results
of
this
test
are
included
in
the
"Draft
IAS
system.
Treatability
Study
Report"
(Baker,
19961,
provided
to the Contractor
as a
separate
document.
Additional
site
information
is included
in the
Pre-Interim
Remedial
Action
Field
Investigation
Letter
Report
in Appendix
C
of the Basis
of Design
Report.
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SECTION
02903
PAGE 3
Interim
f---
1.4
Groundwater
GENERAL
Provide
in
Requirementsl'
*
Remediation
System
for
OU NO.
10
(Site
35)
323
REQUIREMENTS
accordance
with
Sections
and 16011,
l'Electrical
15011,
"Mechanical
General
General
Requirements."
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
GENERAL
The work
described
in this
section
includes
the design
and installation
of
a complete
in-situ
air
sparging
(IAS)
system
to remediate
groundwater
as
shown
on the drawings
and as specified
herein.
In addition,
the work
includes
startup,
initial
testing,
and operation/maintenance
of the system
for
a 180-day
operation
period.
2.2
EQUIPMENT
PADS AND ENCLOSURES
Provide
a concrete
equipment
pad
IAS equipment
in accordance
with
specifications.
Provide
a lo-foot
barbed
wire
around
the perimeter
vehicle
gate.
2.3
AIR
SPARGING
PIPING,
VALVES
and weather-proof
the construction
high chain-link
of the concrete
2.4
AIR
and
steel
fittings
piping
SPARGING
shall
conform
to
and fittings
shall
TRENCH
SUPPORT
the
wide
AND FITTINGS
Provide
all piping,
valves,
and fittings
that
external
and operating
forces.
All material
compressed
air
service
and shall
be resistant
contaminants
and conditions
at the site.
PVC piping
Stainless
enclosure
to house
drawings
and these
fence
with
3-strand
pad with
one lo-foot
are rated
to resist
shall
be compatible
for
to corrosion
by the
ASTM 1785 and ASTM 2466.
conform
to ASTM A530.
SYSTEM
Provide
a trench
support
system
to allow
for
the installation
of the air
sparging
piping
and placement
of the backfill
material.
The trench
support
system
shall
be designed
and in accordance
with
accepted
industry
standards
and practices,
and shall
be capable
of maintaining
a work
zone to the
anticipated
depths
of 40 feet
(+/-).
2.4.1
Well
Provide
operating
proposed
2.5
,d-%
and
Screens
casing
and screens
forces.
Alternate
by the contractor,
MANIFOLD
Provide
complete
Casings
PIPING
with
adequate
strength
well
diameters
and
as necessary.
external
and
sizes
can be
SYSTEM
manifold
piping,
fittings,
and operable
system.
and valves
,-
/I
to resist
screen
slot
SECTION
02903
PAGE 4
as
required
to
construct
a
Interim
r"""
2.6
Groundwater
GROUNDWATER
Provide
the IAS
groundwater
consists
intermediate
shall
be
interval
of 5 feet.
Remediation
MONITORING
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
WELLS
a system
of groundwater
monitoring
wells
or piezometers
to monitor
system.
The monitoring
program
shall
include
the collection
of
samples
from seven
to ten well
clusters.
A well
cluster
of a shallow
well
screened
across
the water
table
and an
depth
well
seated
in the confining
unit.
These
two wells
located
side
by side.
Shallow
wells
shall
have a screened
of 10 feet
and intermediate
wells
shall
have a screened
interval
The existing
well
clusters
that
should
be considered
for
inclusion
the monitoring
program
are MW16, MW22, MW26, and MW31.
Additional
clusters
shall
be installed
hydraulically
upgradient
and downgradient
the IAS system
along
the length
of the IAS trench.
The number
and
of these
wells
shall
be determined
by the Contractor
and the NTR.
2.7
--.
AIR
SPARGING
P-Y
,I
Air
Provide
to meet
PART 3
3.1
EQUIPMENT
Compressor
an oil-free
the flow
and
industrial
pressure
service
demands
air
compressor
for
of the IAS system.
the
system,
sized
EXECUTION
GENERAL
Using
information
provided
air
sparging
system
at the
the system
within
the areas
specified.
3.2
SAMPLING
Submit
section.
system
6-a
of
location
Provide
the following
air
sparging
equipment,
complete
and ready
for use,
including
all
associated
piping,
valves,
fittings,
controls,
and
appurtenances.
The air
sparging
system
shall
be designed
for
continuous
and pulsed
operation
and shall
be equipped
with
the necessary
controls
and
instrumentation
to allow
for
automatic
operation
with
minimum
operator
input.
The system
shall
include
pressure
and temperature
indicators,
and
flow
meters
for
flow
rate
determination.
Pressure
and flowrate
measurement
devices
shall
be provided
at each well.
In addition
to the IAS wells,
the
system
shall
include
manifold
piping,
groundwater
monitoring
wells,
and an
oil-free
air
compressor.
All
equipment
shall
be furnished
by a supplier(s)
that
is established
in the design
and manufacture
of such equipment.
The
equipment
shall
be installed
in the equipment
buildings
as indicated.
Platform
or skid
mounted
equipment
-is acceptable,
provided
that
the
equipment
skid(s)
can be installed
in a weather-proof
enclosure.
2.7.1
c
in
well
AND ANALYSIS
in the Basis
of
site
to monitor
of the site
as
Design,
design
and install
and evaluate
the performance
indicated
on the drawings
an
and
PLAN
in
accordance
with
Section
01010,
All
sampling/analysis
required
shall
be included.
SECTION
02903
"General
Paragraphs",
to operate
and monitor
PAGE 5
and this
the IAS
of
as
Interim
f@--
3.3
Groundwater
AREA
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
OF COVERAGE
The Phase
1 IAS system
shall
be located
and sized
to remediate
groundwater
in the area
indicated
on the drawings,
Contractor's
should
include
trench
layout
and all
components
of the entire
3.4
CLEANUP
The overall
contaminants
d.
,*"+-"---\
site
of
PERFORMANCE
The Contractor
system
over
Work Plan.
the NTR, to
3.6
the
design
system.
GOALS
groundwater
concern
are
Trichloroethene
(TCE)
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene
trans-1,2-Diclorethene
Ethylbenzene
Xylenes
Methyl
Tertiary
Butyl
Benzene
Ethylbenzene
1,2-Dichloethene
Tetrachoroethane
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Vinyl
Chloride
3.5
323
cleanup
as follows:
goals,
(cis
DCE)
(trans
DCE)
Ether
(MTBE)
in
parts
per
billion,
for
the
2.8
70
70
29
530
200
1
29
70
0.7
0.41
0.015
REQUIREMENTS
shall
monitor
the actual
performance
of
the initial
operation
period
in accordance
This
monitoring
data
shall
be evaluated
by
determine
the effectiveness
of the Phase 1
the
with
the
IAS
Phase
1 IAS
an approved
Contractor
and
system.
INSTALLATION
Install
the Phase 1 IAS system
equipment,
piping,
power,
controls,
accessories
and appurtenances
in accordance
with
the manufacturer's
recommendation.
Provide
all
necessary
interconnections,
services,
and
adjustments
as required
for a complete
and operable
system.
All
electrical
work
shall
be in accordance
with
NFPA 70 and as specified
in Section
16011.
3.6.1
Piping
All
air
sparging
piping
shall
be installed
IAS system
to the equipment
skids,
with
piping
size
and material.
A
3.6.2
Soil
from
for
the
the
Disposal
Material
excavated
for
the installation
building
shall
be sampled
and disposed
Federal
regulations
and Section
02222,
of Contaminated
Material."
ars
18 inches
underground
bedding
material
suitable
SECTION
02903
of piping
and the equipment
of in accordance
with
state
and
"Excavation,
Removal,
and Treatment
PAGE 6
Interim
3.6.3
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
Nameplates
Provide
laminated
plastic
nameplates
identifying
pertinent
information
for
equipment,
gauges,
thermometers,
and stop
valves.
Laminated
plastic
shall
be 0.125-inch
thick
Melamine
plastic,
black
with
white
center
core.
Surface
shall
be a matte
finish.
All
corners
shall
be square.
Accurately
align
lettering
and engrave
into
the white
core.
Minimum
size
of
nameplates
shall
be one inch by 2.5 inches.
Lettering
shall
be minimum
of
0.25-inch
high
normal
block
lettering.
Equipment
nameplates
shall
show the
following
information:
a.
b.
C.
3.6.4
Manufacturer,
type,
Contract
number
and
Capacity
or size
Electrical
Service
Installation
The Contractor
shall
provide
equipment
from the closest
the new power
service
shall
and Base requirements.
3.7
STARTUP
3.7.1
AND INITIAL
Contractor
results
approval.
A
electrical
power
available
overhead
be in accordance
to the air
sparging
system
power
line.
Installation
with
NFPA 70, and all
local
of
testing
all
TESTING
General
The Contractor
shall
required
adjustments.
3.8
and model number
accepted
date
and
provide
all
startup
shall
maintain
an accurate
log
submit
a report
of procedures
and
of all
test
and results
services,
and
make
procedures
and
to the NTR for
OPERATIONS
The IAS system
shall
be operated
and maintained
by the Contractor
for
a
The 180-day
operational
period
shall
start
only
after
period
of 180 days.
all
components
of the system
have been through
the startup
and initial
testing
and the NTR has accepted
the system
in its
entirety.
A registered
engineer,
or certified
professional
geologist
shall
monitor
the IAS
system's
operation,
and provide
an initial
and a final
report
containing
hours
of operation,
water
levels
and dissolved
oxygen
measurements,
and.
water
quality
laboratory
analysis.
After
180 days of operation
by the
the Government
shall
assume
responsibility
for
operation
of the
Contractor,
The Contractor
shall
provide
training
(minimum
of 16 hours)
for
equipment.
Government
personnel
in how to properly
operate
and maintain
the system.
3.8.1
Water
Quality
Analysis
and
System
Performance
Data
Water
quality
analysis
of IAS system
groundwater
monitoring
wells
shall
be
for volatile
organic
compounds
and inorganics
as required
to evaluate
system
performance.
Contractor
shall
submit
a Sampling
and Analysis
Plan
procedures
and frequencies.
outlining
all
sampling
and analytical
methods,
The data
shall
also
be used to evaluate
if the air
sparging
system
is
causing
the precipitation
of iron
and manganese
oxyhydroxides.
A
SECTION
02903
PAGE 7
Interim
Groundwater
Water
quality
the following
a.
b.
C.
samples
schedule:
b.
C.
d.
e.
f.
g-
data
*
*
FINAL
system
for
OU No.
performance
data
of
the
IAS
10
shall
(Site
35)
be collected
323
using
one (1) round
of groundwater
samples
prior
to startup,
one (1) round
at day
6.
one (1) round
of groundwater
samples
each week.
one (1) round
of groundwater
samples
every
4 weeks.
system
shall
include
the
following
Water
level
readings
from monitoring
wells
and piezometers
hydraulically
upgradient
and downgradient
of the system.
Dissolved
Oxygen
(DO) concentrations
at monitoring
points
hydraulically
upgradient
and downgradient
of the system.
DO concentrations
along
the length
of the air
sparging
system,
to
determine
the distribution
of air
in the trench.
Pressure
levels
along
the length
of the air
sparging
system,
to
determine
the distribution
of air
in the trench.
Analytical
data from water
quality
analysis.
Soil
vapor
samples,
to be analyzed
for
VOC's
collected
from one or
more permanent
monitoring
points
located
in the vadoze
zone of the
Soil
vapor
monitoring
point(s)
shall
be suitable
for
IAS trench.
collecting
soil
vapor
samples.
Ambient
air
samples,
to be analyzed
for
VOC's,
collected
from
points
surrounding
the IAS trench,
and between
the trench
and the
proposed
highway
right-of-way.
The system
performance
the air
sparge
system
section.
3.9
and
System
Week 1 of operation:
Collect
and system
performance
data
3, and one (1) round
at day
Weeks 2 through
8:
Collect
and system
performance
data
Weeks
9 through
26:
Collect
and system
performance
data
System
performance
parameters:
a.
Remediation
data
shall
in meeting
be used to
the cleanup
evaluate
the
goals
provided
effectiveness
in this
of
TESTING
Upon completion
and before
final
acceptance
of the work,
the IAS system
shall
be tested
as in service
to determine
compliance
with
the contract
requirements
and warranty.
Each new piping
system
and all
pressure
vessels
shall
be pneumatically
tested
at not less
than
1.5 times
maximum system
operating
pressure
and shall
show no leakage
or reduction
in gauge pressure
after
4 hours.
All
equipment
shall
be tested
in operation
for
a continuous
period
of not less
than
180 days.
During
the tests,
all
equipment
shall
be
tested
under
every
condition
of operation.
All controls
shall
be tested
to
demonstrate
performance
of their
required
function.
All
piping
shall
be
thoroughly
flushed
and cleaned
before
being
placed
in operation.
The
Contractor
shall
furnish
instruments,
connecting
devices
and personnel
for
the test.
Each system
shall
be completely
tested
for
compliance
with
specification
and all
conditions
thereof,
and all
adjusting
and balancing
Adjustment
of controls
shall
be completed
to the satisfaction
of the NTR.
and balancing
of systems
shall
extend
for
one year
after
the completed
systems
are put in operation.
SECTION
02903
PAGE 8
Interim
--
Groundwater
End of
Section
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
--
SECTION
02903
PAGE 9
10
(Site
35)
323
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
SECTION
MECHANICAL
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
15011
GENERAL
REQUIREMENTS
03/95
PART1
1.1
GENERAL
REFERENCES
The publications
extent
referenced.
basic
designation
listed
below
form
The publications
only.
AMERICAN
ANSI
NATIONAL
STANDARDS
c2
SOCIETY
National
Electrical
AND MATERIALS
(1994)
Operating
Apparatus
CODE OF FEDERAL
REGULATIONS
29 CFR 1910.147
ELECTRICAL
of
Hazardous
MANUFACTURERS
NEMA MG 10
(1983;
R 1988)
Energy
for
Selection
and Use
NEMA MG 11
(1977;
R 1992)
Energy
Selection
and Use of
NFPA
1.2
QUALITY
Material
Provide
regularly
similar
been in
Motors
ASSOCIATION
(1993)
This
section
"Electrical"
1.3.1
PROTECTION
70
RELATED
1.3
FIRE
Code
Spray
(Fog)
Testing
Energy
(Lock
Out/Tag
ASSOCIATION
(1993)
NATIONAL
Safety
to the
by the
(ASTM)
Salt
NEMA MG 1
4
text
(CFR)
Control
Out)
NATIONAL
specification
to in the
(ANSI)
FOR TESTING
ASTM B 117
of this
referred
INSTITUTE
(1993)
AMERICAN
"4
a part
are
and
(NEMA)
Generators
Management
of Polyphase
Management
Single-Phase
Guide
Motors
Guide
of
Motors
(NFPA)
National
Electrical
Code
REQUIREMENTS
applies
unless
to Division
2, "Site
Work";
and Division
16,
specified
otherwise
in the individual
section.
ASSURANCE
and
materials
engaged
material,
satisfactory
Equipment
Qualifications
and equipment
that
are standard
products
of manufacturers
in the manufacture
of such products,
which
are of a
design
and workmanship.
Standard
products
shall
have
commercial
or industrial
use for
2-years
prior
to bid
SECTION
15011
PAGE 1
Interim
Groundwater
Remediation
System
for
OU No.
10
(Site
35)
323
opening.
The a-year
use shall
include
applications
of equipment
and
materials
under
similar
circumstances
and of similar
size.
The product
shall
have been for
sale
on the commercial
market
through
advertisements,
or brochures
during
the 2-year
period.
manufacturers'
catalogs,
1.3.2
Alternative
Qualifications
Products
having
less
if a certified
record
6000 hours,
exclusive
can be shown.
1.3.3
Service
than a a-year
field
service
record
will
be acceptable
of satisfactory
field
operation
for
not less
than
of the manufacturer's
factory
or laboratory
tests,
Support
The equipment
items
shall
be supported
by service
organizations.
Submit
a
certified
list
of qualified
permanent
service
organizations
for
support
of
the equipment
which
includes
their
addresses
and qualifications.
These
service
organizations
shall
be reasonably
convenient
to the equipment
installation
and able
to render
satisfactory
service
to the equipment
on a
regular
and emergency
basis
during
the warranty
period
of the contract.
1.3.4
,/-\
.m
Manufacturer's
Nameplate
Each item of equipment
shall
have a nameplate
bearing
the manufacturer's
name, address,
model number,
and serial
number
securely
affixed
in a
conspicuous
place;
the nameplate
of the distributing
agent
will
not be
acceptable.
1.3.5
Modification
of
References
In each of the publications
referred
to herein,
consider
provisions
to be mandatory,
as though
the word,
"shall"
substituted
for
"should"
wherever
it appears.
Interpret
these
publications
to the "authority
having
jurisdiction,1f
similar
meaning,
to mean the Contracting
Officer.
1.4
DELIVERY,
STORAGE,
SAFETY
1.5.1
and materials
to prevent
with
the manufacturer's
the Contracting
Officer.
Equipment
Lockout
damage
before
Replace
REQUIREMENTS
Safety
Provide
positive
means of locking
out
accidentally
started
during
maintenance
1.5.2
in
of
AND HANDLING
Handle,
store,
and protect
equipment
and during
installation
in accordance
and as approved
by
recommendations,
damaged
or defective
items.
1.5
the advisory
had been
references
or words
of
Energy
equipment
so
procedures.
that
equipment
cannot
be
Sources
Provide
appropriate
lockout
prevent
unexpected
start-up
other
energy
in accordance
devices
for machines
or release
of stored
with
29 CFR 1910.147.
SECTION
15011
PAGE 2
or other
electrical,
Electrical
equipment
to
mechanical
isolation
or
Interim
f----\
--?
Groundwater
Remediation
of machines
or other
DIVISION
16 "Electrical."
1.6
ELECTRICAL
System
equipment
shall
for
be in
OU No.
accordance
10
(Site
with
35)
323
requirements
of
REQUIREMENTS
Furnish
motors,
controllers,
disconnects
and contactors
with
their
respective
pieces
of equipment.
Furnish
internal
wiring
for
components
of
packaged
equipment
as an integral
part
of the equipment.
Extended
voltage
range
motors
will
not be permitted.
Controllers
and contactors
shall
have
a maximum of 120 volt
control
circuits,
and shall
have auxiliary
contacts
for
use with
the controls
furnished.
When motors
and equipment
furnished
are larger
than sizes
indicated,
the cost
of additional
electrical
service
and related
work
shall
be included
under
the section
that
specified
that
motor
or equipment.
.-
1.7
INSTRUCTION
TO GOVERNMENT
PERSONNEL
When specified
in other
sections,
furnish
the services
of competent
instructors
to give
full
instruction
to the designated
Government
personnel
in the adjustment,
operation,
and maintenance
(including
pertinent
safety
requirements)
of the specified
equipment
or system.
Instructors
shall
be
thoroughly
familiar
with
all
parts
of the installation
and shall
be trained
in operating
theory
as well
as practical
operation
and maintenance
work.
Instruction
shall
be given
during
the first
regular
work
week after
the
equipment
or system
has been accepted
and turned‘over
to the Government
for
regular
operation.
One 8-hour
man-day
of instruction
shall
be provided.
When significant
changes
or modifications
in the equipment
or system
are
made under
the terms
of the contract,
provide
additional
instruction
to
acquaint
the operating
personnel
with
the changes
or modifications.
PART 2
Not
PRODUCTS
used.
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
PAINTING
Equipment
herein,
3.1.1
4
/-
nr,
OF NEW EQUIPMENT
painting,
and provided
Factory
Painting
factory
under
applied
or shop applied,
each individual
section.
shall
be as
specified
Systems
Manufacturer's
standard
factory
painting
systems
may be provided
subject
to
certification
that
the factory
painting
system
applied
will
withstand
125
hours
in a salt-spray
fog test
conducted
in accordance
with
ASTM B 117.
Acceptance
criteria
for
the test
shall
be as follows:
immediately
after
completion
of the test,
the paint
shall
show no signs
of blistering,
wrinkling,
or cracking,
and no loss
of adhesion;
and the specimen
shall
show no signs
of rust
creepage
beyond
0.125
inch
on either
side
of the
scratch
mark.
The film
thickness
of the factory
painting
system
applied
on
the equipment
shall
not be less
than the film
thickness
used
on the test
specimen.
If manufacturer's
standard
factory
painting
system
is being
proposed
for
use on surfaces
subject
to temperatures
above
120 degrees
F,
submit
certifications
that
the manufacturer's
standard
factory
painting
SECTION
15011
PAGE 3
Interim
Groundwater
system
conforms
certifications.
n*
ar.
3.1.2
Shop
to
the
Painting
heat
Systems
System
resistance
for
Metal
for
OU No.
requirement
10
in
(Site
addition
35)
323
to
other
Surfaces
Clean,
pretreat,
prime
and paint
metal
surfaces.
Aluminum
surfaces
need
not be painted.
Apply
coatings
to clean
dry surfaces.
Clean
surfaces
to
remove
dust,
dirt,
rust,
oil
and grease
by wire
brushing
and solvent
degreasing
prior
to application
of paint.
Metal
surfaces
subject
to
temperatures
in excess
of 120 degrees
F shall
be cleaned
to bare
metal.
Where more than one coat
of paint
is specified,
apply
the second
coat
after
the preceding
coat
is thoroughly
dry.
Lightly
sand damaged
painting
and
retouch
before
applying
each succeeding
coat.
Color
of finish
coat
shall
be
aluminum
or light
gray.
a.
--
PC
Remediation
Metal
surfaces
Immediately
pretreatment
mil,
one coat
one mil;
and
thickness
of
End of
Section
subject
to temperatures
less
than
120 Degrees
F:
after
cleaning,
surfaces
shall
receive
one coat
of
primer
applied
to a minimum
dry film
thickness
of 0.3
of primer
applied
to a minimum
dry film
thickness
of
two coats
of enamel
applied
to a minimum
dry film
one mil
per coat.
--
SECTION 15011
PAGE 4
PHASE 1 INTERIM EMEDIAL ACTIO
IT NO. 10, SITE
AT OPERA
MARINE CORPS BASE
CAMP LEJEUNE, NORTH CAROLINA
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