Accession Number:

ADA609802

Title:

Supplemental Environmental Assessment Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Upgrades at Beale Air Force Base, California

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER SQUADRON (9TH) BEALE AFB CA

Report Date:

2010-05-01

Pagination or Media Count:

62.0

Abstract:

NAME OF THE PROPOSED ACTION Anti-TerrorismForce Protection Upgrades at Beale Air Force Base AFB, California DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED ACTION AND ALTERNATIVES Proposed Action. The Proposed Action consists of four construction projects, which include reconfiguring the Anti-TerrorismForce Protection ATFP infrastructure at the Main and Wheatland Gates, installing new perimeter fencing, and constructing a gravel pad and perimeter fence at the Air Force Combat Ammunition Center AFCOMAC. No changes in personnel requirements or aircraft operations would occur. No Action Alternative. Under the No Action Alternative, Beale Air Force Base AFB would continue to use the two entry control points ECP and existing perimeter fencing in their current condition and configuration. In addition, the AFCOMAC would continue their mission requirements with their current pad and fence configuration. There would be no change from the existing conditions at the installation. This alternative would not address the security and safety requirements of the Air Combat Command ACC and Beale AFB or the traffic congestion problems, or meet the standards specified in UFC 4-010-01. SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES. The scoping process focused the analysis on the following environmental resources Biological Resources, Water Resources, Geological Resources, Cultural Resources, Air Quality, Hazardous Materials, Transportation, and Safety. Details of the environmental consequences can be found in the Enviwnmental Assessment which is hereby incorporated by reference. The original Draft ATFP Environmental Assessment EA was made available for a 30- day public comment period in September 2004. A Notice of Availability was published in the local newspaper, the Marysville Appeal-Democrat and the Beale AFB public affairs website. The EA was revised as a result of a state agency request for additional information and has been released for a 30-day public comment period again.

Subject Categories:

  • Structural Engineering and Building Technology

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE