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The U. Washington. Army Operations Support Command (OSC) is the contracting agency.S. DC. The U. In order to comply with treaty agreements and congressional mandates. Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance The Program Manger for Chemical Demilitarization. MD. is assigned responsibility for the Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program. destruction of these stockpiles must be complete by 2007. Headquarters. and one training facility at Edgewood Area. facility construction. MD. and equipment installation for the eight chemical demilitarization facilities.S. equipment acquisition. .S. Aberdeen Proving Ground. as the Life Cycle Project Manager for the design. Aberdeen Proving Ground.Chemical Demilitarization Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program Disposal Program Chem Demil Fact Sheet Chem Demil Brochure Anniston Umatilla Pine Bluff Newport Aberdeen Pueblo Blue Grass Click Here to View Larger Image of Map The United States is actively pursuing the Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program for destruction of chemical munitions. Army Engineering and Support Center located in Huntsville. The Department of Defense was directed by Congress through Public Law 99-145 as the Government agency responsible for stockpile destruction. Army Corps of Engineers. Alabama is responsible by agreement with U.

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An environmental permit application to comply with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act was approved by the Ala. — The Army awarded a contract for construction and operation of an incineration facility in February 1997 to Raytheon Demilitarization Company. now The Washington Group. Huntsville Center is responsible by agreement with PMCD and the Headquarters. Md. Construction began in June 1997 and was completed in August 2001. Jim Bacon (SES).S. Aberdeen Proving Ground. is the contracting agency. Construction of a chemical weapons incineration facility .. the Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization (PMCD). and facility construction for the chemical demilitarization facilities under construction and those yet to be awarded. now The Washington Group.Chemical Demilitarization U.. construction began in February 1999 and is about 62% complete. Ill. n Umatilla Chemical Depot. equipment acquisition. Utah.S. is assigned responsibility for the Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program.S. — The Army awarded a contract for construction and operation of an incineration facility in February 1996 to the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Program Status Incineration was selected as the baseline disposal process. The U. n Anniston Chemical Activity. now The Washington Group. FACT SHEET September 2001 Responsibility Mr. Rock Island. equipment installation. — The Army awarded a contract for construction and operation of an incineration facility in July 1997 to Raytheon Demilitarization Company. n Pine Bluff Chemical Activity. Department of Environmental Management in June 1997. Construction began at that time and was completed in June 2001. To comply with treaty agreements and congressional mandate. destruction of these weapons must be completed by 2007. Disposal operations were completed in November 2000 and closure activities have begun at the pilot facility on Johnston Atoll (JACADS) in the South Pacific. Army Operations Support Command. Disposal operations are successfully underway at Deseret Chemical Depot. Army Corps of Engineers ® Huntsville Center Background The Department of Defense was directed by Congress through Public Law 99-145 as the government agency responsible for destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile. Army Corps of Engineers. Ala. After environmental permits were granted. U. Ore. Ark. for being the Life Cycle Project Manager for design. the first of eight facilities in the continental United States.

Md. a contract for the Newport facility was awarded to Parsons Infrastructure. the Huntsville Center awarded a contract to manage..army. design. Ind. Both are design-build contracts with overall progress at 45% at Aberdeen and 29% at Newport. In February 1999. Moscow Central Analytical Laboratory — A contract was awarded in November 1996 to renovate and equip an existing analytical laboratory in Moscow to conduct chemical agent monitoring in support of the chemical weapons destruction program. — These two projects have been placed on hold by congressional mandate in order to study alternative technologies to destroy their stockpiles. Umatilla Chemical Depot. AL Pine Bluff Arsenal. CO Newport Chemical Depot.usace. Site work began in January 2001. a contract for the Aberdeen facility was awarded to Bechtel National. AR Russian Chemical Weapons Destruction Program Shchuch’ye Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility — The U. KY Anniston Army Depot. the Army recommended neutralization technology followed by secondary processing for the destruction of chemical agent stored without explosives in bulk containers. OR Deseret Chemical Depot. (256) 895-1331 http://www. and Newport Chemical Depot. MD Bluegrass Army Depot. Army Corps of Engineers ® Huntsville Center Information: Public Affairs Office. In December 1996. IN Aberdeen Proving Ground.(256) 895-1690 Chem Demil Director: Jim Cox. and Blue Grass Chemical Activity. government has committed to assist the Russian Federation in the destruction of its chemical weapons.S. Inc. In December 1996. and construct facilities to assist Russia in executing its chemical weapons destruction program. — An alternative technology for disposal has been chosen for these two sites. UT Pueblo Chemical Depot..mil .. Colo. Work was completed and the renovated laboratory transferred in January 2001. Construction of a facility to destroy nerve agent weapons should be completed in 2006. U.n Aberdeen Proving Ground. Ky.hnd.S. In October 1998. conduct research and development. n Pueblo Chemical Depot.

C. Box 1600 Huntsville. Army Corps of Engineers. Equipment Acquisition/ Installation. Ill.S.S. Huntsville ATTN: Public Affairs P. AL 35807-4301 (256) 895-1690 F US Army Corps ® of Engineers August 2001 CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION: CONSTRUCTING A SAFER TOMORROW www. equipment acquisition..mil Life Cycle Project Manager for Facility Design.. Huntsville Center is responsible by agreement with PMCD and the U.S. equipment installation.army. Washington. and facility construction for the chemical demilitarization facilities under contract and those yet to be awarded. Headquarters. & Facility Construction U.hnd. Huntsville.Responsibility The Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization (PMCD). AL . Army Engineering & Support Center. Rock Island.S. Army Engineering and Support Center. or more information regarding the Corps of Engineers’ Chemical Demilitarization program. is assigned responsibility for the Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program. Aberdeen Proving Ground.. Md. The U. D. is the contracting agency.O. Army Operations Support Command. contact: U. for being the Life Cycle Project Manager for design.usace.

— The construction and operation contract was awarded in July 1997 to the Raytheon Demilitarization Company. now The Washington Group. n Pine Bluff Chemical Activity. Ind. n Pueblo Chemical Depot. Congress has prohibited DoD from obligating construction funds for these two sites until 180 days after an alternative technology effectiveness report has been submitted to Congress. design. Utah. An environmental permit application to comply with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act was approved by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management in June 1997. Ark. the Army recommended neutralization technology followed by secondary processing for the destruction of chemical agent stored without explosives in bulk containers. Moscow Central Analytical Laboratory — A contract was awarded in November 1996 to renovate and equip an existing analytical laboratory in Moscow to conduct chemical agent monitoring in support of the chemical weapons destruction program.. now The Washington Group. n Umatilla Chemical Depot. In February 1999. In October 1998. In December 1996.. — These two projects have been placed on hold by congressional mandate in order to study alternative technologies to destroy their stockpiles. government has committed to assist the Russian Federation in the destruction of their chemical weapons. Site work began in January 2001.. n Newport Chemical Depot. conduct research and development. and Aberdeen Proving Ground. Construction should be completed in 2006. & Blue Grass Chemical Activity.S. complete at Newport and 34% complete at Aberdeen.Background The Department of Defense (DoD) was directed by Congress through Public Law 99-145 as the government agency responsible for destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile. now The Washington Group. a contract for the Aberdeen facility was awarded to Bechtel National. Ky. a contract for the Newport facility was awarded to Parsons Infrastructure. Contract progress (design-build) is about 16% Russian Chemical Weapons Destruction Program Shchuch’ye Destruction Facility — The U. construction began in June 1997. After environmental permits were granted by the state of Arkansas. Col. DoD created a program to identify and demonstrate no less than two technologies for destroying assembled chemical weapons at the Pueblo and Blue Grass sites. In December 1996.S. and construct facilities to assist Russia in execution of its chemical weapons destruction program. destruction of these weapons must be complete by 2007. To comply with treaty agreements and a congressional mandate. Ala. After a limited notice to proceed period. Ore. Md. U. . — The Army awarded a contract for construction and operation of the facility in February 1996 to Westinghouse. — The Army awarded a contract for construction and operation of the facility in February 1997 to the Raytheon Demilitarization Company. The work was completed and the renovated laboratory transferred to the Russian government in January 2001. Inc. construction began in January 1999 and is about 56% complete. the Huntsville Center awarded a contract to manage. Disposal operations were completed in November 2000 at the pilot facility on Johnston Atoll (JACADS) in the South Pacific and are successfully underway at the first of eight facilities in the continental United States . n Anniston Chemical Activity.Deseret Chemical Depot. Construction began in June 1997 and completed in June 2001. Chemical Stockpile Disposal Sites Program Status Incineration was selected as the baseline disposal process. — An alternative technology for disposal has been chosen for these two sites. Construction will be completed in August 2001.

Chemical Demilitarization Disposal Program Chem Demil Fact Sheet Chem Demil Brochure Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (ANCDF) Anniston Umatilla Pine Bluff Newport Aberdeen .

Pueblo Blue Grass Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance Click Here for Additional Construction Photos The System Contract for the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility at Anniston Army Depot was awarded to Westinghouse Electric Corporation (now the Washington Group) on February 29. A Construction Completion Ceremony was held on June 8. 2001.mil Contact Webmaster at: Webmaster@HND01.mil Page last updated: 05 March 2002 . 1997.usace.army. 2001. Construction was substantially completed on February 28.army. 1997.usace. This contract was awarded with a limited notice to proceed awaiting issuance of the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) Permit. Contact Website Manager at: WebSiteManager@HND01. The RCRA Permit was issued on June 19. 1996. and full notice to proceed was given on June 20.

usace. The EIS ROD was signed on January 31. At times Raytheon had over 1.usace. Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance Contact Website Manager at: WebSiteManager@HND01.mil Contact Webmaster at: Webmaster@HND01. Construction began in June 1997.100 personnel including subcontractors working two shifts for the construction and equipment installation phases. 1997. It is expected approximately 500 will be employed during the systemization and operation phases.army.mil Page last updated: 05 March 2002 . 1997. and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Permit became effective on February 12.army. Construction was substantially complete in May 2001.Chemical Demilitarization Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility Disposal Program Chem Demil Fact Sheet Chem Demil Brochure (UMCDF) Anniston Umatilla Pine Bluff Newport Aberdeen Pueblo Blue Grass Click Here for Additional Construction Photos The Systems Contract for the facility at the Umatilla Chemical Depot was awarded to Raytheon Demilitarization Company (now the Washington Group) on February 10. 1997.

The contractor estimates it will employ more than 600 workers during construction and more than 300 during testing of the plant's systems and its actual operations. AR. Construction is expected to be completed in February 2002. This contract was awarded with a limited notice to proceed awaiting issuance of the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) permit. . The RCRA permit was issued on January 15. 1997. PA (now the Washington Group) on July 25. 1999. and the Corps of Engineers gave full notice to proceed with construction that day. was awarded to the Raytheon Demilitarization Company of Philadelphia.Chemical Demilitarization Pine Bluff Chemical Agent Disposal Facility Disposal Program Chem Demil Fact Sheet Chem Demil Brochure (PBCDF) Anniston Umatilla Pine Bluff Newport Aberdeen Pueblo Blue Grass Click Here for Additional Construction Photos Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance The System Contract for the Pine Bluff Chemical Agent Disposal Facility at Pine Bluff Arsenal. Construction is 63% complete.

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This contract was awarded as a design-build-systemize-operate. The Resource Conservative Recovery Act permit was issued on 3 December 1999. on 18 February 1999. .Pueblo Blue Grass Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance Click Here to View Additional Construction Photos The Systems Contract for the Newport Chemical Agent Disposal Facility at the Newport Chemical Depot was awarded to Parsons Infrastructure of Pasadena. It is estimated that over 350 contractor personnel will be employed during construction and approximately 250 will be employed during systemization and operations. CA. The design effort is approximately 80% complete. The stockpile consists of VX (nerve agent). Construction is scheduled to be completed July 2005 and is approximately 5% complete. The goal is the safe disposal of the VX.

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on 2 October 1998.. . The design-build effort began in October 1998 and is scheduled to be completed in July 03. CA. It is estimated that over 450 contractor personnel will be employed during the construction with approximately 350 continuing into the systemization and operations phases.Chemical Demilitarization Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility Disposal Program Chem Demil Fact Sheet Chem Demil Brochure (ABCDF) Anniston Umatilla Pine Bluff Newport Aberdeen Pueblo Blue Grass Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance Click Here for Additional Construction Photos The Systems Contract for the facility at the Aberdeen Proving Ground was awarded to Bechtel National. and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Permit became effective on 24 March 1999. San Francisco. Inc. The stockpile consists of HD (mustard).

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mil Contact Webmaster at: Webmaster@HND01. The technology decision is expected by May 2002.usace.Disposal Program Chem Demil Fact Sheet Chem Demil Brochure Chemical Demilitarization Blue Grass Chemical Agent Disposal Facility Anniston Umatilla Pine Bluff Newport Aberdeen The Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program consists of the design.mil Pueblo Blue Grass Page last updated: 05 March 2002 Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance . mines. and site drainage. The community is actively engaged in the process. (BGCDF) Contact Website Manager at: WebSiteManager@HND01.usace.army. operations. The project will also include depot support projects for access roads. The stockpile at Blue Grass consists of rockets. and closure of a chemical agent destruction facility on an undeveloped site at Blue Grass Army Depot. parking lots. and projectiles containing chemical agents GB (nerve agent) and HD (mustard). construction.army.

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100 personnel including subcontractors working two shifts for the construction and equipment installation phases. and equipment installation continuing there also. mechanical. construction is about 94% complete. Work on the Container Handling Building (CHB) is approximately 75% with electrical.Chem Demil Homepage Point of Contact Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program Johnston Atoll and Tooele Anniston Pine Bluff Aberdeen Newport Facilities to be Constructed Blue Grass Pueblo Construction Policies Design-Build Guidance Quality Management System Link to PMCD Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (UMCDF) Click Here for Additional Construction Photos The Systems Contract for the facility at the Umatilla Chemical Depot was awarded to Raytheon Demilitarization Company (now the Washington Group) on February 10. Construction of the walls and the roof of the Munitions Demilitarization Building (MDB) was completed in March 1999. 1997. At times Raytheon had over 1. It is expected approximately 500 will be employed during the systemization and operation phases. 1997. 1997. and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Permit became effective on February 12. The Personnel Support Building (PSB) was completed in early spring and is now occupied by the Systems Contractor and the Program Manager. Construction began in June 1997 and is now scheduled to be complete in May 2001. As of January 2001. Updated: 09/18/01 HNC . enabling complex electrical and mechanical work and equipment to continue inside the building throughout the winter months. The EIS ROD was signed on January 31.

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