The general scope of work (SOW) for the removal and restoration of the FAA Remote Transmitter Receiver (RTR) site at Morristown Municipal Airport Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) RTR Site at Morristown Municipal Airport, Morristown, New Jersey. The scope of work included the demolition of three (3) 50-foot high steel communication towers and the demolition of a 20-foot by 17-foot 4-inch concrete masonry unit (CMU) equipment building.
The key components of the SOW are as follows: advancing 16 soil borings around the perimeter of the site to test for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and lead, demolishing the towers which are coated with lead based paint, encapsulating the towers for transportation and recycling offsite, vacuuming the ground surface of visible paint chips, excavating, staging and testing the top 6-inches of soil for the listed contaminants, excavating additional soil in 6-inch intervals depending on the analytical results, removing and disposing/recycling the contents of the equipment building, asbestos and lead based paint abetment in building, demolition of building, excavating building concrete foundation, excavating tower concrete foundation and footings, excavating and removing conduit and cables, asphalt removal, waste management, backfilling, seeding and sodding.
In accordance with the Contract Documents, the following Project Plans are contained under this coversheet:
- Demolition and Restoration Plan
- Asbestos Management Plan
- Lead Management Plan
- Waste Materials Management Plan (Hazardous and Non-Hazardous)
- Field Sampling and Testing Plan
In addition, a Project Site Specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP) has been prepared under a separate cover, in accordance with the Contract Documents.
- Preparation work Plans
- Soil Sampling
- Perimeter air Monitoring
- Tower Demolition Plan
- QA/QC Plan
- Health and Safety Plans
- Waste Management
- ACM & Lead Paint