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Corrective Measures Implementation
The purpose of the CMI is to design, construct, operate, maintain, and monitor the performance of corrective measure(s) selected to protect human health and the environment. The CMI consists of a CMI Program Plan, Corrective Measure Design, Corrective Measure Construction, and reports. The CMI is estimated to represent approximately 30 percent of the required actions at CSSA. The CMI includes implementation of the program plan (5 percent of CMI), corrective measure design (15 percent), corrective measure construction (70 percent), and reports (10 percent). The CMI has not yet been initiated.
Task XI: Corrective Measure Implementation Program Plan
This CMI Program Plan task includes preparation of a Program Management Plan and an update to the CRP. The Program Management Plan will document overall strategy for performing the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and monitoring of corrective measures. The CRP will be updated to reflect knowledge of citizen concerns. In addition, a public notice and fact sheet will be distributed upon completion of the engineering design.
Completion of this task is not currently funded. This task makes up approximately 5 percent of the CMI phase. It was not active during Quarter 21, and no actions are anticipated during Quarter 22.
Task XII: Corrective Measure Design
This Corrective Measure Design task includes preparation of a report that will address requirements necessary to implement the selected corrective measures as defined in the CMS. It will include design plans and specifications, an O&M plan, a cost estimate, project schedule, construction quality assurance objectives, HSP, and design phases.
Completion of this task is not currently funded. This task makes up approximately 15 percent of the CMI phase. It was not active during Quarter 21, and no actions are anticipated during Quarter 22.
Task XIII: Corrective Measure Construction
This Corrective Measure Construction task includes preparation of a construction Quality Assurance Plan to ensure, with a reasonable degree of certainty, that a completed corrective measure meets or exceeds all design criteria, plans, and specifications. The plan will describe the responsibility and authority of all organizations involved in the construction, inspection activities, and sampling requirements. Upon completion of the plan, the corrective measures will be implemented according to the plan.
Completion of this task is not currently funded. This task makes up approximately 70 percent of the CMI phase. It was not active during Quarter 21, and no actions are anticipated during Quarter 22.
Task XIV: Reports
Reports associated with the CMI include progress reports, a CMI Program Plan, CM Design Report, Construction Quality Assurance Plan, and a final CMI Report.
Completion of this task is not currently funded. This task makes up approximately 10 percent of the CMI phase. It was not active during Quarter 21, and no actions are anticipated during Quarter 22.
A master schedule detailing all required environmental activities specified in the Order, along with project activities under contract, was included in the Quarter 2 Progress Report. In addition, a schedule to track outstanding project activities and deliverables under each of the eight active DOs during Quarter 9 was previously submitted to CSSA for review and comment.
Project Tasks and Costs Incurred to Date
Work at CSSA is currently being conducted under 18 projects. The tasks included in each project and the percent complete are included in Table 1. Previously completed projects include DO23, RL17, RL33, RL53, RL74, DO5068, DO5084, TO 0079, TO 0009, and TO 0012. As required by item VI.5.h of the order, a statement reflecting the percentage of work accomplished thus far within the fiscal year, and the percentage of funds expended to date, will be reported in the progress report for Quarter 3 and every third progress report thereafter. The next financial update will be included in the Quarter 24 Progress Report.
Contact information for key personnel involved with the CSSA projects is included in Table 2.