Final Technical Plan, Including the Final Sampling and Analysis Plan, Final Quality Assurance Project Plan, Fort Douglas, Environmental Investigation/Alternatives Analysis
Final technical rept.
STOLLAR (R L) AND ASSOCIATES INC DENVER CO
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The closure and realignment of Fort Douglas, a subinstallation of Fort Carson, Colorado, will result in the reassignment of its functions to other installations. Fort Carson has, and will continue to provide environmental Support to Fort Douglas. Following closure, approximately 51 acres of the approximately 119-acre Fort Douglas installation will be declared as excess property for public disposal Figure 1-2. The remaining acreage will be retained by the federal government for use as a military Reserve Center. In preparation for excessing approximately 51 acres of Fort Douglas, the tasks of the EIAA, as delineated in the Technical Plan, will be performed from the perspective of a property transfer assessment. The property transfer assessment will involve environmental studies consisting of 1 an investigative phase to determine the nature and extent of any areas of environmental concern, 2 a risk assessment phase to characterize risk to human health and the environment, and 3 an alternatives assessment phase to develop and evaluate remedial action alternatives. A Decisions Document will be developed in response to the findings of these studies and in response to public comment.
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control
- Environmental Health and Safety