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b. Describe and quantify the dredging requirement, proposed disposal plan, status of
the dredging permit, and status of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Identify
dredge depth and quality control procedure requirements.
4.5.2 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATING PERMITS
a. Identify with a narrative description the pollution that will be generated on -site
during construction and a proposed method that can be specified to control the pollution.
A detailed description of construction pollution con trol shall be outlined in the basis of
design for air pollution, pollution to ground and surface waters and the central prohibited
discharges to on-site sewage systems. Provide as appropriate the elements proposed for
final design needed for a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.
b. Environmental Operating Permits - Identify by a narrative description each of the
permits needed to operate the proposed design. Identify assumptions and limitations that
are proposed as a basis for design. Address discha rge limitations of air and water
pollution with regard to MIL -HDBKs and regulatory requirements. The above
requirement is particularly related to designs for incinerators, sewage plants, water plants,
industrial process facilities, power and heat generato r facilities, and solid waste handling
facilities.
c. Design of Oil Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) systems shall
be per Federal Register, Title 40, Part 112 titled Oil Pollution Prevention. The Civil
Engineering Branch will provide detailed criteria for incorporation of SPCC design into
basis of design.
4.5.3 ASBESTOS, LEAD BASED PAINT, AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
a. The A&E shall investigate for the presence of asbestos, lead or hazardous materials
that will be disturbed in any way b y the proposed work. This investigation shall be
preformed by a North Carolina Accredited Asbestos Inspector and shall identify any
suspected material that appears to be involved in the proposed work. The A&E shall
determine the scope of the investigatio n, using information in the guide specifications
NFGS-13281 and 13283 as guidance, and enlisting the advice of consultants. The project
architect should develop scope for miscellaneous building materials, the mechanical
engineer for HVAC and process syste ms, and the electrical engineer for power manholes
and other wiring systems. It is important to realize that debris from one discipline's work
can adversely effect the work of others. A certified testing laboratory shall be used to
sample and test the su spected asbestos, lead based paint or hazardous materials.
However, the Asbestos Inspector and the A&E shall review the work of the laboratory
and require additional tests that may be required to fully determine the extent of the
asbestos, lead based pain t or hazardous materials. Change orders for additional testing
are appropriate. Provide a signed report certifying the investigation. The report shall be
certified by the Asbestos Inspector and shall include the Inspector's certification number.
Distri bution and number of copies of this report will be provided by the PM in the
A&E's contract Appendix A. If asbestos, lead based paint or hazardous materials are
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