Environmental Assessment for Building 88 Interior Demolition, Pearl Harbor Naval Complex, O'ahu, Hawaii
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND PEARL HARBOR HI PACIFIC DIV
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Commander, Navy Region Hawaii CNRH proposes to demolish 56, 25,000-gallon steel aboveground storage tanks ASTs and ancillary equipment from the interior of Building 88, a former lubricating oil storage facility, and the related exposed piping underneath Mike wharves M3 and M4 at Merry Point, Pearl Harbor Naval Complex. The Proposed Action would have an adverse effect on Building 88, a historic property, due to the removal of the original ASTs and ancillary equipment. CNRH has complied with Sections 106 and I 10f of the National Historic Preservation Act by affording the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the State Historic Preservation Officer, the Secretary of the Interior, and other parties the opportunity to consult on the proposed undertaking, and by executing a Memorandum of Agreement that stipulates measures to minimize and mitigate potential adverse effects. Based on information gathered during preparation of the Environmental Assessment, the Navy finds that the Proposed Action will not significantly impact human health or the environment, and an Environmental Impact Statement is not required.
- Environmental Health and Safety