Segment 3

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Segment 3

Inter-Agency Environmental Review CommitteeMay 27, 2009PMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


AgendaIntroductionsSegment UpdatesConstruction Environmental Management Plan(CEMP)Sub-component Plans for CEMPCEMP ImplementationPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 1 – WestWorks to date and current works Geotechnical investigations Clearing and site preparation ofsite office Potholing Delineation of EnvironmentallySensitive Areas (ESA) in thefieldPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 1 – WestUpcoming Works – 2 Month Look AheadCompensation habitatconstruction to begin atWillingdon and GaglardiConduct salvages forOregon Forestsnail andamphibiansClearing near Red Tailed Hawks nest; Works to bePMH1 – IAERCconducted as per the Raptor Nest Management Plan27-May-09


Segment 2 – CentralWorks to date Song Bird Nest Surveys for Various ClearingOperations Sediment and Erosion Control installation andmaintenance (LHH Detour, Cape Horn I/C TestFills, MHB Ground Improvement Prep) Mundy Creek Compensation Construction AccessRoad Woolridge Yard CPR Safety FencePMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 2 – CentralCurrent Works Continuing Song Bird Nest Surveys forVarious Clearing Operations Continuing Sediment and Erosion Controlinstallation and maintenance (LHH Detour,Cape Horn I/C, MHB, CPR Bridge) CPR Safety Fence Stripping throughout SegmentPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 2 – CentralUpcoming Works – 2 Month Look Ahead Installation of ESA Signage and Exclusionfencing Start Construction of Ditch Relocations Continuing Song Bird Nest Surveys for VariousClearing Operations Continuing Sediment and Erosion Controlinstallation and maintenancePMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3 – Ongoing WorksS1 Pile Driving May 1 st – July 27 thPermit AcquisitionConsultationConstruction PlanningPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3S1 Pile DrivingPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Hydraulic Assessment Northwest Hydraulic Consultants (NHC)• Early Project Involvement• Local Hydraulic Experts with Extensive Fraser River Experience Objectives• Determine River Levels and Water Velocities• Determine Bridge Design Maximum Scour and required Scour protection• Evaluate potential impacts to Habitat and Navigation• Evaluate during Construction, Demolition and Long Term Assessment Program• Bathymetric, Water Level and Velocity Surveys from 2004 - 2009• Historical Information – Air Photos and River Surveys 1940 - 2008• Physical Modeling – Used 1:75 Mobile Bed Model from Nov 2008 to April 2009 extending 1km up anddownstreamPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Tour – March 27 th 2009New Bridge with Scour Protection – 200 year Design FlowsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Existing Bridge and New Bridge DuringConstruction – 20 year Design FlowsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Preliminary Hydraulic Model Results Scour protection requirements has been defined aroundpermanent piers and temporary construction structures (i.e.Coffer Dams). Access excavation will fill in completely within 3 years with50% of the deposition occurring within the first year. Final Report due mid-MayPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Construction ScheduleJune/July 2009 (Marine)N1 Pile Driving (June 25 th – Sept. 14 th )N4 Indicator Pile (June 16 th – June 26 th )Trestle Installation ( June 16 th – October 1 st )June/July 2009 (On land)Clear and Grub on Access - SouthS1 Pile Driving (May 1 st – July 27 th )PMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Pile Driving Work Areas June 16 toAugust 16PMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3June 16 Trestle Install begins fromNorth beach out to N1 by Oct. 1stPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Trestle - Pitt RiverPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Trestle - BeniciaPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Pile Driving - SkywayPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Bubble Curtain – SkywayPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Bubble Curtain – BeniciaPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 3Bubble Curtain – PittRiverPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 4 – EastWorks to date Site office setup Delineating Environmentally Sensitive Areas Geotechnical drillingCurrent works Site office setup finishing workPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


Segment 4 – EastUpcoming Works – 2 Month Look Ahead Clearing at Interchanges, median, and PortMann Bridge south abutment Requires Water Act Approval for access Requires SBNS PWS, OFS, & RLF salvages 160 th Interchange compensation area and E-Culverts Requires Water Act Approval for accessPMH1 – IAERC Requires SBNS & PWS salvage Instream work requires 35(2) authorization27-May-09


Segment 4 – EastUpcoming Works – 2 Month Look Ahead 176 Interchange construction Requires Water Act Approval for access Requires SBNS OFS salvageContinued…PMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


CEMP SubplansSection 4.0 Air Quality and Dust Control Plan5.0 Archaeological Mitigation and Monitoring Plan6.0 Construction Health and Safety Plan7.0 Construction Waste Management Plan8.0 Contaminated Sites Management Plan9.0 Emergency Spill Response, Containment &Management Plan10.0 Environmental Monitoring Plan11.0 Environmental Training Plan12.0 Fish Habitat Management Plan13.0 Hazardous Waste Management and SpillPlanSection14.0 Marine Communication Strategy15.0 Noise Management Plan16.0 Soil Conservation / Stripped Organic MaterialManagement Plan17.0 Structure Demolition Management Plan18.0 Surface Water Quality and Sediment ControlPlan19.0 Terrestrial Habitat Management Plan20.0 Traffic Management Communications Plan21.0 Vegetation Debris Management Plan22.0 Well Water Monitoring PlanPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


4.0 p. 4-1Air Quality and Dust Control Plan AQDCP describes air quality sensitivities and correspondingmitigation measures: Fugitive dust minimization strategies (sweeping,watering, etc.) Follow routine equipment maintenance procedures Implement more detailed AQDCP for each segment Consult and comply with applicable regulatory agencieson relevant air quality issuesPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


4.0 p. 4-3Air Quality and Dust Control Plan Key Performance Indicators: No burning as means of disposing land clearing debris Prepare and implement a detailed Air Quality Management Plan foreach segment Implement Project specific air quality monitoring program Comply with applicable air quality legislation and regulation Comply with terms and conditions of applicable air emission permitsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


5.0 p. 5-1Archaeological Mitigation & Monitoring Plan The Plan describes: Archaeology/heritage awareness program Known archaeological sites of significance potentially affected Archaeological assessment and monitoring program Site protection measures and contingency plan Basic, Advanced, and Special Archeological Training to beprovided to review archaeological management and siterecognitionPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


5.0 p. 5-9Archaeological Mitigation & Monitoring Plan Key Performance Indicators: Compliance with Archaeological Investigation and Monitoring permit; Site recognition training Archaeological monitoring Implementation of theArcheological Protocol tomanage potential archeologicalencounter(s) Consultation and involvementwith applicable First NationsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


6.0 p. 6-1Construction Health and Safety Plan The Plan focuses on preventative measures taken to avoidhealth and safety risks The Plan will include: Site location, local emergency contact telephone numbers, andemergency routes List of site hazards, mitigation procedures and protocols, and safetyequipment Implementation of WHMISPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


6.0 p. 6-3Construction Health and Safety Plan Key Performance Indicators: Established emergency and spill response plans posted on site Inventory, labeling, and MSDS sheets for hazardous materials Fuel farm compliance with BC Fire Code Compliance with the BC Code of Practice for the Concrete andConcrete Products Industry Air quality monitoringPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


7.0 p. 7-1Construction Waste Management Plan The CWMP provides: Project-wide construction waste management guidelines; Guidelines for preparing detailed non-hazardous solid wastemanagement plans to be incorporated into work methods Opportunities for reducing, re-using, and recycling non-hazardousconstruction waste Environmental monitoring strategyPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


7.0 p. 7-4Construction Waste Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: Use appropriate waste sorting and labeling (recyclable /non-recyclable,hazardous/non-hazardous, etc.) No storage, handling or disposal of non-hazardous solid waste inunauthorized locationsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


8.0 p. 8-1Contaminated Sites Management Plan The CSMP identifies areas of potential soil and groundwatercontamination and describes the general approach inmanaging such soils and groundwater The Plan describes: Baseline Environmental Resources Potential construction impacts Environmental management strategy Monitoring strategyPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


8.0 p. 8-4Contaminated Sites Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: Comply with Memorandum of Understanding (British Columbia 2001) Comply with the provincial Environmental Management Act includingContaminated Sites Regulation and Hazardous Waste ManagementRegulationPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


9.0 p. 9-7Emergency Spill Response, Containment& Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: All Kiewit/Flatiron employees will attend environmental awarenesstraining on spills Crew will be trained to use spill kits Call-out list with up-to-date contact numbers will be posted at siteoffices and accessible to all personnelPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


10.0 p. 10-1Environmental Monitoring Plan The Plan describes environmental monitoring that will beconducted during construction of the Project, including:Air Quality and Dust ControlMarine Communication StrategyArchaeologicalNoise Soil Conservation and Stripped OrganicsConstruction Health and SafetyStructure DemolitionConstruction WasteSurface Water QualityContaminated SitesWildlife and VegetationEmergency Spill ResponseTraffic Communications managementFish Habitat Management PlanVegetation Debris ManagementHazardous Waste Management and SpillsWater WellsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


10.0 p. 10-1Environmental Monitoring Plan DB Contractor will use their own internal, qualifiedenvironmental personnel to undertake field checks Specialty consultants will provide monitoring in specializeddisciplines: Air quality Archaeological Contaminated sites remediation Fisheries Wildlife and vegetation NoisePMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


11.0 p. 11-1Environmental Training Plan The Plan contains three levels, each targeting a differentaudience: Advanced Training for design and construction managers Basic Training for all other site workers Tailgate training sessions for specific crews that address specificconstruction methods or environmental issuesPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


12.0 p. 12-1Fish Habitat Management Plan The FHMP discusses the following: Summary of affected fish habitat and potentialconstruction impacts to fish and fish habitat Regulatory and institution requirements Monitoring of construction in and around fish and fishhabitatPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


12.0 p. 12-29Fish Habitat Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: Comply with the conditions of the DFO Authorization(s) Scheduling will comply with fisheries construction windows unlessotherwise approved by relevant regulatory agencies Consult with stakeholders in developing compensation/enhancementinitiatives Deliver target environmental training on protection of fish and fishhabitatPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


13.0 p. 13-1Hazardous Waste Management and Spill Plan The purpose of this Plan is to: Outline the risks of improper hazardous waste management Provide guidance for managing and use of hazardous waste to protectworkers and the public, and to prevent releases to the environment Describe procedures for responding to and reporting incident involvingreleases of hazardous waste Demonstrate compliance with applicable contractual and regulatoryrequirementsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


13.0 p. 13-3Hazardous Waste Management and Spill Plan Key Performance Indicators: Hazardous waste containers to be kept closedat all times; labels clearly visible Adequate secondary containment available Hazardous waste storage areas will bechecked weekly; inspection log will be kept A Waste Stream Profile form will be prepared for each hazardous wasteand kept on file Hazardous spills will be remediated and reported immediately Training records for handlers of hazardous waste to be keptPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


14.0 p. 14-1Marine Communication Strategy The MCS describes communications and consultationactivities during Bridge construction The MCS includes the following: Marine Communication Plan; detailingcommunications and emergencypreparedness procedures Marine Construction Plan; identifyingmeasures to ensure all navigationaltraffic is made aware of project construction activitiesPMH1 – IAERC Establishment of a Marine Communications Committee; chaired by theConcessionaire27-May-09


15.0 p. 15-1Noise Management Plan Goal of the NMP is to guide measures that will minimizecommunity impacts and also achieve community acceptanceof unavoidable construction noise Noise mitigation will focus onareas already identified asnoise-sensitive receptorsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


15.0 p. 15-7Noise Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: Conduct a preconstruction noise assessment to predict constructionrelatednoise Implement an anti-idling policy Conduct training and awareness program on noisePMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


16.0 p. 16-1Soil Conservation / Stripped Organic MaterialManagement Plan The Plan describes how existing soils will be protected inplace and how stripped soils will be stored and used on theProjectPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


16.0 p. 16-3Soil Conservation / Stripped Organic MaterialManagement Plan Key Performance Indicators: Implement effective erosion control measures for erodible stockpiles ofsoils and organics Comply with all applicableMemorandums of Understanding Comply with Contaminated SitesRegulation and Hazardous WasteRegulationPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


17.0 p. 17-1Structure Demolition Management Plan Demolition of existing infrastructure will be managed on thebasis of re-use, recycle, and/or remove Demolition material can be re-worked into current construction if it doesnot pose a risk to structural integrity, safety, or the environment Recyclable material can be stockpiled on-site and removed to anapproved recycling facility at a later date Hazardous material will be removed in accordance with the HazardousWaste Management and Spill Plan (found within the CEMP)PMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


17.0 p. 17-7Structure Demolition Management Plan Key Performance Indicators Water quality sampling in and around watercourses ‘No go’ zones marked around sensitive habitats Waste stream tracking of waste demolition materialPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


18.0 p. 18-1Surface Water Quality and SedimentControl Plan The Plan describes the following: The approach that will be implemented so that site run-off complies withapplicable water quality standards Focus on prevention and correction of sediment issues pH issues arising from works involving Portland cement products Summary of the water quality monitoring strategyPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


18.0 p. 18-5Surface Water Quality and SedimentControl Plan Key Performance Indicators: Comply with applicable permits, licenses, approvals, ToCArequirements, and MoT DBSS 165 Develop and implement a planfor “trend” and “site-by-site”water quality monitoring Comply with Water QualityGuidelines for the Protectionof Aquatic Life (Table 18-1)PMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


19.0 p. 19-1Terrestrial Habitat Management Plan The purpose of the THMP is to minimize potential adverseimpacts to wildlife, wildlife habitat, and vegetation resources Specific objectives include: Minimizing disturbances and loss of vegetation throughavoidance Protecting wildlife, wildlife habitat, and vegetation Protecting species and plant communities listed in theSpecies at Risk Act (SARA) and/or Provincial red andblue listsPMH1 – IAERC Providing enhancement and compensation measures27-May-09


19.0 p. 19-11Terrestrial Habitat Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: Develop and implement a mitigation/monitoring plan for working nearactive raptor and heron nests; Pacific Water Shrew; OregonForestsnail; and amphibians Comply with terms and conditions of wildlife salvage permits Deliver training on sensitive wildlife/vegetation features Implement construction procedures to mitigate impacts to knownsensitive areas Implement an Encounter Protocol to manage potential encounters withpreviously unidentified sensitive habitats or species at riskPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


20.0 p. 20-1Traffic Management Communications Plan The purpose of the TMCP is to identify communicationmethods that will facilitate a timely and accurate supply ofinformation to the public and stakeholders A stakeholders relationscommunications program thatinforms the public andstakeholders will beimplementedPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


20.0 p. 20-2Traffic Management Communications Plan Key Performance Indicators: Communicate with the public regarding suitable cycling and pedestrianroutes where detours are required Mark alternative cycling and pedestrian routes Share traffic management information and updates with participatingFirst nations Communicate with First Nations regarding traffic detours in the vicinityof their Reserve LandsPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


21.0 p. 21-1Vegetation Debris Management Plan Vegetation clearing to be kept at a minimum and staged toprovide maximum erosion protection Vegetation debris disposal methods include chipping andcommercial disposal Coarse woody debris suitable as fish and/or amphibianhabitat to be salvaged for use in restoring wildlife habitats Chipped and mulch vegetation can be used for finallandscapingPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


21.0 p. 21-2Vegetation Debris Management Plan Key Performance Indicators: Establish and indicate appropriate buffer zones for clear and grubactivities around designated watercourses and environmentallysensitive areas Tracking of vegetation toacceptable disposal sites No burning of vegetation Management of invasiveplant speciesPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


22.0 p. 22-1Water Well Monitoring Plan The WWMP will monitoring and reduce groundwater qualityeffect to water wells within 150 m of the PMH1 alignment inthe City of Surrey and Township of Langley 65 active wells have been identified east of the Port MannBridge; wells are used for household, livestock, irrigation, andindustrial purposesPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09


22.0 p. 22-3Water Well Monitoring Plan Key Performance Indicators: Undertake baseline well water quality sampling for the purpose oftracking possible water quality effects during and following construction Provide decommissioning reports for wells located within the PMH1alignment that will no longer be usedPMH1 – IAERC27-May-09

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