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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Projects for Bechtel Jacobs Company LLC. June 25, 2009 – Roane County Alliance. East Tennessee Technology Park Remediation. Demolished 220 facilities Reduced footprint by about 1.2 million ft 2. Deactivated 295 facilities Characterized 277 facilities.

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    1. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Projects for Bechtel Jacobs Company LLC June 25, 2009 – Roane County Alliance

    2. East Tennessee Technology Park Remediation • Demolished 220 facilities • Reduced footprint by about 1.2 million ft2 • Deactivated 295 facilities • Characterized 277 facilities

    3. ARRA & Bechtel Jacobs Company LLC • Five Projects approved for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds • ARRA projects must be completed by September 30, 2011 • Work performed by BJC and subcontractors

    4. ARRA Staffing Total Staffed Open Salaried 89 (9/30/09) 46 43 Craft Labor 130 (9/30/09) 23 107

    5. Project Overview K-27 Pre-Demolition

    6. K-27 Building

    7. K-27 Pre-Demolition Overview • K-27 Building is one of the early gaseous diffusion facilities at ETTP • Has been shut down since 1964 • Covers 383,000 ft2 • Contains 540 stages of gaseous diffusion equipment • Similar in construction to the K-25 Building with structural challenges

    8. K-27 Pre-Demolition Scope of Work • Prepare the K-27 Building for demolition and disposition of all waste generated. The K-27 Building consists of nine building units occupying a 383,000 ft2 "footprint" with over 1.1 million ft2 of total floor area. • Deactivation of utilities • Asbestos abatement, hazardous material abatement, and universal waste removal • Vent, purge, drain, and foam operations • Characterization of system and building structure • High risk equipment (HRE) removal, HRE segmentation, and mining • Criticality incredible determination

    9. K-27 Pre-Demolition Execution/Technical Approach • Majority work to be self performed • Asbestos abatement to be subcontracted • Support subcontractors include Radcon/IH, electrical, nuclear safety, training, administrative, engineering, characterization, and NDA • Packaging and transport for disposal of Tc-99 cylinders to be subcontracted

    10. K-27 Pre-Demolition Staffing • 72 non-manual (130 manual) Total Positions • 39 (42) Filled Positions • 33 (88) Open* • Craft – 88 • Eng – 5 • Operations – 6 • Performance/ Quality – 2 • Field Services – 11 • Waste Generator - 4 • Administrative Services – 1 • ES&H – 3 • Human Resources (Training) - 1 *Staffing for the first 120 days will be adjusted after detailed estimates are completed and a baseline schedule is established.

    11. K-27 Pre-Demolition Schedule Complete planning and preparation activities Duration of field work Project Completion 4 months from funding release 27 months from start of field work September 2011

    12. Project Overview Environmental Management Waste Management Facility (EMWMF) Expansion

    13. EMWMF Expansion Overview • EMWMF was constructed as a repository for waste generated as part of BJC's cleanup work • Currently accepting waste from K-25 Demolition project, K-1070 Burial Ground, and other ETTP D&D Projects • Current capacity is 1.2 million yd3 (Cells 1-4); Cell 5 expansion will increase capacity to 1.65 million yd3

    14. EMWMF Expansion (cont’d.) Scope of Work • Construction • Site preparation & on-siteborrow area development • Geologic buffer • Structural fill • Low perm clay liner • Geomembrane & geosynthetics • Leachate system including 6th leachate tank • Security fence & lights • Instrumentation & controls, and support facilities • Construction quality assurance • Construction quality control

    15. EMWMF Expansion (cont’d.) Staffing - peak man/non-man • FY2009 55/20 • FY2010 50/20

    16. EMWMF Expansion (cont’d.) Schedule Milestones Start of field work (parallel with design) Low perm clay & geomembrane complete Construction complete Cell 5 availability 28 May 2009 (A) 24 November 2009 18 June 2010 31 August 2010

    17. Project Overview ORR Landfill Expansion

    18. ORR Landfill Expansion Overview • Landfill V is located near Y-12 • Disposal of sanitary, industrial, construction, and demolition waste • Expansion and upgrades needed for increased disposal rates from ARRA work Expansion Area • Expansion will increase capacity by 385,000 yd3

    19. ORR Landfill Expansion (cont’d.) Scope of Work • Design and construct Landfill V, Area IV • Construction Quality Assurance • Upgrade & refurbish support facilities and equipment • New truck inspection station • Leachate header from ILF-IV to Y-12 sewer • New leachate pumps for ILF-V

    20. ORR Landfill Expansion (cont’d.) Staffing – peak man/non-man • FY2009 0/6 • FY2010 30/6 • FY2011 30/6

    21. ORR Landfill Expansion (cont’d.) Schedule Milestones 05 February 2010 08 April 2010 11 January 2011 Complete Design Start Construction of Landfill V, Area IV Finish Construction of Landfill V, Area IV & Support Facilities Challenge • Interface of the expansion activities with operational activities of the landfill and other nearby facilities

    22. Project Overview Tank W-1A

    23. Tank W-1A Removal Action

    24. Graphite Reactor (3001) Bethel Valley Road Central Ave First Street Tank W-1A Tank W-1A

    25. Tank W-1A Removal Action (cont’d.) Scope of Work • Excavate, package, and transport ~250 cy of LLW soil to NTS for disposal • Excavate, package, and transfer ~110 cy of RH-TRU soil to temporary storage • Load TRU soil drums into RH canisters and load canisters into 72-B shipping casks for shipment to Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico • Concrete pad, tank shell, and tank support to NTS

    26. Tank W-1A Removal Action (cont’d.) Staffing – peak man/nm • FY2009 10/13 • FY2010 10/14 • FY2011 7/14

    27. Tank W-1A Removal Action (cont’d.) Schedule Build weather enclosure Complete Operational Readiness Review Complete TRU Waste Removal and Packaging Waste Transfer to WIPP 3Q FY10 4Q FY10 1Q FY11 4Q FY11

    28. Project Overview Melton ValleyMonitoring Wells

    29. Melton Valley Offsite Monitoring Wells Overview • Routine monitoring detected constituents of concern in Picket Wells (Sentinel Wells) • Regulatory decision to modify the monitoring plan and install 16 offsite monitoring wells to expand monitoring beyond Clinch River

    30. Melton Valley Offsite Monitoring Wells (cont’d.) Scope of Work • Develop new drilling subcontract (small business) • Develop monitoring plan for regulator approval • Develop project planning documents • Survey properties and layout wells • Construct access roads with BJC resources • Drill and install 16 wells • Perform borehole tests • Collect groundwater samples for 4 quarters • Develop completion letter to regulators

    31. Melton Valley Offsite Monitoring Wells (cont’d.) • Staffing – average BJC/SC • FY2009 5/1 • FY2010 4/4 • FY2011 .5/.7

    32. Melton Valley Offsite Monitoring Wells (cont’d.) Schedule Pre-field planning and documentation DOE obtain access rights Install monitoring wells Post-construction monitoring starts Project completion 4Q FY09 4Q FY09 2Q FY10 2Q FY10 3Q FY11

    33. Required Skills for ARRA Funded Projects Manual • Building Trades Craft • Laborers • Iron workers • Carpenters • Electricians • Pipe fitters • Teamsters • Operating Engineers

    34. Required Skills (cont’d.) Non-Manual • Engineers (mechanical, electrical, structural, project, construction, civil) • Superintendents • Nuclear safety/criticality safety engineers • ES&H • IT • Project controls (estimators, schedulers)

    35. Job Postings • Bechteljacobs.org • Salaried only • Check daily—postings change • Must post for specific job • BJC does not maintain resumes • Subcontractors • Majority of work performed by subcontractors • List of BJC Subcontractors posted on the BJC external website

    36. www.bechteljacobs.com

    37. . .

    38. Q & A • The following slides are for reference during the Q&A

    39. Subcontractor Support • K-27 Characterization & Pre-Demolition • Asbestos Abatement • SB Set-Aside – Issue RFP Est. 8/6/09 • Tc-99 Cylinders – 2nd Qtr FY11 • MV Monitoring Well Scope • Install four GW well clusters (16 wells total) offsite to monitor for contamination. • SB Set-Aside – RFP Issued 6/19/09 • Tank W-1A Removal Action • Open Competition – RFP Issued 6/23/09

    40. Subcontractor Support (cont'd.) • EMWMF Cell 5 Expansion • Construction Awarded 4/22/09 – Avisco, Inc. • Quality Assurance Awarded 5/18/09 – Aquaterra • Geocomposite Liner Supply and Install Award Pending • Quality Control – Existing Blanket w/ Professional Engineers • Security Fencing / Lighting • SDB Set-Aside - RFP 1st Qtr FY10 • ORR Sanitary Landfill Expansion • Construction Services • SB Set-Aside – Est. RFP 1st Qtr FY10 • Construction Quality Assurance • SB Set-Aside – Est. RFP 1st Qtr FY10 • Construction Quality Control • Existing Blanket w/ Professional Engineers

    41. Subcontractor Support (cont'd.) • Utilization of existing Subcontract Blanket Agreements wherever possible to support ARRA funded work • Utilization of existing Blanket Purchase Orders wherever possible to fulfill material and equipment requirements for ARRA funded work