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AGENDA REPORT

TO:

SUBJECT:

Sabrina B. Landreth
City Administrator

FROM: Darin Ranelletti
Interim Director, DPB

285 and 301 12th Street Appeal

DATE: November 18, 2016

City Administrator Approval

Date:

RECOMMENDATION
Staff Recommends That The City Council Conduct A Public Hearing And Upon
Conclusion Consider Adopting A Resolution Denying Appeals By Both Oakland
Residents For Responsible Development And The W12 Benefits Coalitions, And Thus
Upholding The Planning Commission’s Approval Of A Proposal To Construct Two 7Story Mixed Use Buildings Containing A Total Of 416 Dwelling Units And Approximately
26,200 Square Feet Of Commercial Located At 285 And 301 12th Street, Oakland CA
(Project Case No. PLN16133), Including Adopting CEQA Exemptions (15183 & 15183.3)
And Addendum (Relying On The Previously Certified 2014 Lake Merritt Station Area Plan
EIR).

REASON FOR SUPPLEMENTAL
On November 18, 2016, following finalization of the Agenda Report for the November 29, 2016
City Council meeting, the Project applicant submitted documents that provide additional and
clarifying information regarding the Project’s reduction of construction emissions.
As stated in the Project’s CEQA Analysis, the November 7, 2016 and August 12, 2016 ESA
CEQA Response Memoranda, and other City responses to similar comments raised by Adams
Broadwell for other projects within the Lake Merritt Station Plan (LMSAP) area, the LMSAP
Environmental Impact Report (EIR) analyzed construction-related health risks (see Impact AIR3) and determined impacts to be less than significant with implementation of Standard Condition
of Approval (SCA) A (referred to as SCA AIR-1 in the CEQA Analysis). As stated on page 3.339 of the LMSAP EIR, “…SCA A would implement construction-related Best Management
Practices to substantially reduce construction-related impacts to a less-than-significant level.”
Nothing in the LMSAP EIR indicated that a stand-alone Health Risk Assessment (HRA) for
construction-related impacts is required on a project-by-project basis. Nevertheless, the Project
sponsor voluntarily acted in good faith to retain a consultant (FirstCarbon Solutions) to prepare
a project-level construction HRA for the Project (see Attachment A).
The HRA determined that the Project’s construction emissions would not exceed the City of
Oakland’s project-level health risk thresholds of significance after application of standard
conditions of acceptance and mitigation measures. The Project’s construction emissions in
Item: __________
City Council
November 29, 2016

Sabrina B. Landreth, City Administrator
Subject: 285 and 301 12th Street Appeals
Date: November 18, 2016

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combination with TAC emissions from sources of TAC emissions within 1,000 feet of the project
would not expose nearby sensitive receptors to cancer risks or hazard levels that exceed the
City of Oakland’s cumulative health risk thresholds of significance. Therefore, as previously
concluded, the construction of the Project would not result in a project-level or cumulative
significant health risk impact and would not result in a more severe impact than what was
disclosed in the LMSAP EIR.
In addition, staff received a letter from the Project applicant confirming the availability of the Tier
4 off-road equipment that will be used during construction (Attachment B). The availability of
Tier 4 off-road construction equipment has been a primary point in the appellant's argument that
the Project would create construction period health risk impacts that were not identified in
the LMSAP EIR, and have argued that the City's SCA requiring the use of Tier 4 equipment is
not adequate mitigation due to the lack of availability of such equipment. Staff is also including
into the record two letters on behalf of Oakland Residents for Responsible Development, the
same appellant on a project at 4th & Madison Streets and 226 13th Streets in Oakland where the
appellant states that, in fact, the City's SCA requiring Tier 4 equipment is sufficient mitigation to
address construction period health risks (Attachment C), which is contrary to the claims that
they are making on this appeal.

Item: __________
City Council
November 29, 2016

Sabrina B. Landreth, City Administrator
Subject: 285 and 301 12th Street Appeals
Date: November 18, 2016

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ACTION REQUESTED OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Staff recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution denying the appeals from
Oakland Residents for Responsible Development and the W12 Benefits Coalition, and
upholding the Planning Commission’s approval of a proposal to construct 416 dwelling
units over approximately 26,000 square feet of retail located at 285 and 301 12th Street,
Oakland CA (Project Case No. PLN16-133), including adopting CEQA Exemptions (15183
& 15183.3) and Addendum (Relying on the previously certified 2014 Lake Merritt Station
Area Plan EIR)

For questions regarding this report, please contact Christina Ferracane, Planner III, at (510)
238-3903.
Respectfully submitted,

Darin Ranelletti
Interim Director, Department of Planning &
Building

Reviewed by:
Robert Merkamp, Development Manager

Prepared by:
Christina Ferracane, Planner III
Bureau of Planning
Attachments:
A. Construction Health Risk Assessment for the W12 Mixed Use Project
B. Confirmation Regarding Availability of Tier 4 Construction Equipment for the W12 Mixed
Use Project
C. March 16, 2016 and November 14, 2016 Letters from Adams and Broadwell on the 4th
and Madison and 226 13th Street Projects

Item: __________
City Council
November 29, 2016

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the“FullBlock”),theprojectwouldconstructone7Ͳstorystructure,“BuildingA.”Thisbuildingwould
include339residentialunitsandapproximately23,400squarefeetofgroundͲfloorcommercialuse.The
portionoftheprojectsiteacrossHarrisonStreet(referredtoasthe“QuarterBlock”)wouldbedeveloped
witha7Ͳstorystructure,“BuildingB.”Thisbuildingwouldinclude77residentialunitsandapproximately
1,650squarefeetofgroundͲfloorcommercialuse.TheFullBlockiscurrentlyoccupiedbyasinglestructure
beingusedforaschool(DowntownOaklandCharterSchool)andpublicparking.TheQuarterBlockis
vacantandservesasapavedrecreationareafortheDowntownOaklandCharterSchool.Theupto317
vehicularparkingspacesprovidedonͲsitewouldincluderegular(singlestall)andtandemparkingspaces.A
residentialloadingareaalsowouldbelocatedonthefirstfloorofeachbuilding.Exhibit1providesthe
locationoftheproject,whileExhibit2providesasiteplanfortheproject.
Theprojectconstructionperiodisexpectedtolastbetween18and24months.Constructionactivitieson
theprojectsitewouldconsistofexcavationandshoring,foundationandbelowͲgradeconstruction,and
constructionoftheprojectbuildingandfinishinginteriors.However,theinformationcontainedwithinthe
airqualityassessmentoftheCEQAAnalysisassumedthattheconstructionwouldcommenceinJanuary
2017andwouldbecompletedinDecember2017.Thisrepresentsaconservativeassumptioninthatthe
emissionsareconcentratedinasingleyear(2017)ratherthanbeingspreadinloweramountsover2years.
ThisisparticularlyimportantbecauseofthewaytheBAAQMDguidanceonestimatingcancerrisksis
employed,whichweightsaproject’sTACemissionsinitsearliestyearsofconstructionfargreaterthanthe
emissionsinlateryears.TheprojectwasassumedtobeoccupiedbeginninginJanuary2020.
Sensitivereceptorsintheformofexistingresidencesandschoolsarelocatedinvariousdirectionsfrom
theproject.Theclosestresidentialreceptorsarelocatedat:
x 1238HarrisonStreetat12thStreet,82feetnorthoftheproject
x HotelOakland,northoftheproject,335feetnorthoftheproject
x 37011thStreetatWebsterStreet,60feetwestoftheproject 

LincolnElementarySchoolislocatedapproximately500feetsoutheastoftheproject.Exhibit3provides
thelocationsofnearbysensitivereceptors.

ProjectSummary
Thishealthriskassessmentconsistedoffourprincipalcomponents:
1. QuantifytheTACemissionsfromtheconstructionoftheproject. 

2. IdentifythesourcesofTACemissionsandtheiremissionlevelslocatedwithina1,000Ͳfootradius
fromtheproject. 

3. Estimatethehealthimpactstosurroundingsensitivereceptorssuchasresidencesandschools
fromtheprojectͲlevelconstructionemissionsusingarefinedairdispersionmodelingassessment
andaspartofthecumulativeassessmentofhealthrisksfromtheidentifiedsourcesofTAC
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4. ComparetheresultingprojectͲlevelandcumulativehealthimpactswithhealthriskthresholdsof
significanceadoptedbytheCityofOakland. 

Onthebasisoftheassessmentprovidedherein,
x Theproject’sconstructionemissionswouldnotexceedtheCityofOakland’sprojectͲlevelhealth

riskthresholdsofsignificanceafterapplicationofstandardconditionsofacceptanceand
mitigationmeasures. 

x Theproject’sconstructionemissionsincombinationwithTACemissionsfromsourcesofTAC

emissionswithin1,000feetoftheprojectwouldnotexposenearbysensitivereceptorstocancer
risksorhazardlevelsthatexceedtheCityofOakland’scumulativehealthriskthresholdsof
significance. 

x Therefore,theconstructionoftheprojectwouldnotresultinaprojectͲlevelorcumulative

significanthealthriskimpactandwouldnotresultinamoresevereimpactthanwhatwas
disclosedintheLakeMerrittStationAreaPlanEnvironmentalImpactReport. 

ToxicsAirContaminantsofConcern
TACsareairpollutantspresentinminisculeamountsintheairthat,ifapersonisexposedtothemfora
periodoftime,couldincreasethechancesofexperiencinghealthproblems.ExposurestoTACemissions
canhavebothchroniclongͲterm(overayearorlonger)andacuteshortͲterm(overaperiodofhours)
healthimpacts.TheTACsofgreatestconcernarethosethatcauseserioushealthproblemsoraffect
manypeople.Healthproblemscanincludecancer,respiratoryirritation,nervoussystemproblems,and
birthdefects.SomehealthproblemsoccurverysoonafterapersoninhalesaTAC.Theseimmediate
effectsmaybeminor,suchaswateryeyes;ortheymaybeserious,suchaslifeͲthreateninglungdamage.
Otherhealthproblemsmaynotappearuntilmanymonthsoryearsafteraperson’sfirstexposuretothe
TAC.Cancerisoneexampleofadelayedhealthproblem.
Thisassessmentfocusesonparticulatepollution,whichisamixtureofmicroscopicsolidsandliquid
dropletssuspendedinair.Thispollution,alsoknownasparticulatematter,ismadeupofanumberof
components,includingacids(suchasnitratesandsulfates),organicchemicals,metals,soilordust
particles,andallergens(suchasfragmentsofpollenormoldspores).
FineparticlepollutionorPM2.5describesparticulatematterthatis2.5micrometersindiameterand
smaller—oneͲthirtieththediameterofahumanhair.Fineparticlepollutioncanbeemitteddirectlyor
formedsecondarilyintheatmosphere.PM2.5healthimpactsareimportantbecausetheirsizecanbe
depositeddeeplyinthelungscausingrespiratoryeffects.

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Forpurposesofthisstudy,exhaustemissionsofPM2.5arerepresentedasdieselparticulatematter
(DPM),amajorcomponentofPM2.5.StudiesindicatethatDPMposesthegreatesthealthriskamong
airborneTACs.A10Ͳyearresearchprogram(ARB1998)3demonstratedthatDPMfromdieselͲfueled
enginesisahumancarcinogenandthatchronic(longͲterm)inhalationexposuretoDPMposesachronic
longͲtermhealthrisk.DPMdiffersfromotherTACsinthatitisnotasinglesubstancebutacomplex
mixtureofhundredsofsubstances.AlthoughDPMisemittedbydieselͲfueled,internalcombustion
engines,thecompositionoftheemissionsvaries,dependingonenginetype,operatingconditions,fuel
composition,lubricatingoil,andwhetheranemissioncontrolsystemispresent.UnliketheotherTACs,
however,noambientmonitoringdataareavailableforDPMbecausenoroutinemeasurementmethod
currentlyexists.TheCaliforniaAirResourcesBoard(ARB)hasmadepreliminaryconcentrationestimates
basedonaDPMexposuremethod.ThismethodusestheARBemissionsinventory’sPM10database,
ambientPM2.5monitoringdata,andtheresultsfromseveralstudiestoestimateconcentrationsofDPM.

StandardConditionsofApprovalandMitigationMeasureApplicabletotheProject
TheCEQAAnalysisandaccompanyingChecklistprovidesasummaryofthepotentialenvironmental
impactsthatmayresultfromadoptionandimplementationoftheLakeMerrittStationAreaPlan
(LMSAP)4asevaluatedintheprojectCEQAAnalysis.Potentialenvironmentalimpactsofdevelopment
undertheLMSAPwereanalyzedandcoveredbytheLMSAPEIR,andtheEIRidentifiedmitigation
measuresandStandardConditionsofApproval(SCAs)toaddressthesepotentialenvironmentalimpacts.
TheCEQAChecklistincorporatesbyreferencetheLMSAPEIRdiscussionandanalysisofallpotential
environmentalimpacttopics;onlythoseenvironmentaltopicsthatcouldhaveapotentialprojectͲlevel
environmentalimpactareincluded.Theproposedprojectisrequiredtocomplywithapplicable
mitigationmeasuresidentifiedintheLMSAPEIR,andwithCityofOaklandSCAs.BecausetheSCAsare
mandatorycityrequirements,theimpactanalysisfortheproposedprojectassumesthattheywillbe
imposedandimplemented,whichtheprojectsponsorhasagreedtodoorensureaspartofthe
proposed.ThisCEQAChecklistincludesreferencestotheapplicablemitigationmeasuresandSCAsand
isshowninTable1andTable2.

Table1:ProjectConstructionStandardConditionsofApproval/MitigationMeasures
SCAͲAIRͲ1 (StandardConditionofApproval19)
ConstructionͲRelatedAirPollutionControls (DustandEquipmentEmissions)

Theprojectapplicantshallimplementallofthefollowingapplicableairpollutioncontrolmeasuresduring
constructionoftheproject:
a) Waterallexposedsurfacesofactiveconstructionareasatleasttwicedaily.Wateringshouldbesufficientto
preventairbornedustfromleavingthesite.Increasedwateringfrequencymaybenecessarywheneverwind
speedsexceed15milesperhour.Reclaimedwatershouldbeusedwheneverfeasible.
b) Coveralltruckshaulingsoil,sand,andotherloosematerialsorrequirealltruckstomaintainatleasttwofeet
offreeboard(i.e.,theminimumrequiredspacebetweenthetopoftheloadandthetopofthetrailer).  

3 

ARB.1998.TheToxicAirContaminantIdentificationProcess:ToxicAirContaminantEmissionsfromDieselͲfueledEngines.Website:
www.arb.ca.gov/toxics/dieseltac/factsht1.pdf.
4 
CityofOakland2014.LakeMerrittStationAreaPlanEIR.Website:http://www2.oaklandnet.com/Government/o/PBN/OurServices
/Plans/DOWD008198.

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Table1(cont.):ProjectConstructionStandardConditionsofApproval/MitigationMeasures
SCAͲAIRͲ1 (StandardConditionofApproval19)
ConstructionͲRelatedAirPollutionControls (DustandEquipmentEmissions)

c) AllvisiblemudordirttrackͲoutontoadjacentpublicroadsshallberemovedusingwetpowervacuumstreet
sweepersatleastonceperday.Theuseofdrypowersweepingisprohibited.
d) Paveallroadways,driveways,sidewalks,etc.withinonemonthofsitegradingorassoonasfeasible.In
addition,buildingpadsshouldbelaidwithinonemonthofgradingorassoonasfeasibleunlessseedingorsoil
bindersareused.
e) Enclose,cover,watertwicedaily,orapply(nontoxic)soilstabilizerstoexposedstockpiles(dirt,sand,etc.).
f) Limitvehiclespeedsonunpavedroadsto15milesperhour.
g) IdlingtimesonalldieselͲfueledcommercialvehiclesover10,000lbs.shallbeminimizedeitherbyshutting
equipmentoffwhennotinuseorreducingthemaximumidlingtimetofiveminutes(asrequiredbythe
CaliforniaairbornetoxicscontrolmeasureTitle13,Section2485,oftheCaliforniaCodeofRegulations).Clear
signagetothiseffectshallbeprovidedforconstructionworkersatallaccesspoints.
h) IdlingtimesonalldieselͲfueledoffͲroadvehiclesover25horsepowershallbeminimizedeitherbyshutting
equipmentoffwhennotinuseorreducingthemaximumidlingtimetofiveminutesandfleetoperatorsmust
developawrittenpolicyasrequiredbyTitle23,Section2449,oftheCaliforniaCodeofRegulations(“California
AirResourcesBoardOffͲRoadDieselRegulations”).
i) Allconstructionequipmentshallbemaintainedandproperlytunedinaccordancewiththemanufacturer’s
specifications.Allequipmentshallbecheckedbyacertifiedmechanicanddeterminedtoberunningin
properconditionpriortooperation.
j) Portableequipmentshallbepoweredbyelectricityifavailable.Ifelectricityisnotavailable,propaneor
naturalgasshallbeusediffeasible.Dieselenginesshallonlybeusedifelectricityisnotavailableanditisnot
feasibletousepropaneornaturalgas.
k) Allexposedsurfacesshallbewateredatafrequencyadequatetomaintainminimumsoilmoistureof12
percent.Moisturecontentcanbeverifiedbylabsamplesormoistureprobe.
l) Allexcavation,grading,anddemolitionactivitiesshallbesuspendedwhenaveragewindspeedsexceed20mph.
m) Installsandbagsorothererosioncontrolmeasurestopreventsiltrunofftopublicroadways.
n) Hydroseedorapply(nonͲtoxic)soilstabilizerstoinactiveconstructionareas(previouslygradedareasinactive
foronemonthormore).
o) Designateapersonorpersonstomonitorthedustcontrolprogramandtoorderincreasedwatering,as
necessary,topreventtransportofdustoffͲsite.Theirdutiesshallincludeholidaysandweekendperiodswhen
workmaynotbeinprogress.
p) Installappropriatewindbreaks(e.g.,trees,fences)onthewindwardside(s)ofactivelydisturbedareasofthe
constructionsitetominimizewindͲblowndust.Windbreaksmusthaveamaximum50percentairporosity.
q) Vegetativegroundcover(e.g.,fastͲgerminatingnativegrassseed)shallbeplantedindisturbedareasassoon
aspossibleandwateredappropriatelyuntilvegetationisestablished.
r) Activitiessuchasexcavation,grading,andothergroundͲdisturbingconstructionactivitiesshallbephasedto
minimizetheamountofdisturbedsurfaceareaatanyonetime.
s) Alltrucksandequipment,includingtires,shallbewashedoffpriortoleavingthesite.
t) Siteaccessestoadistanceof100feetfromthepavedroadshallbetreatedwitha6to12inchcompacted
layerofwoodchips,mulch,orgravel.
u) AllequipmenttobeusedontheconstructionsiteandsubjecttotherequirementsofTitle13,Section2449,of
theCaliforniaCodeofRegulations(“CaliforniaAirResourcesBoardOffͲRoadDieselRegulations”)mustmeet
emissionsandperformancerequirementsoneyearinadvanceofanyfleetdeadlines.Uponrequestbythe

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Table1(cont.):ProjectConstructionStandardConditionsofApproval/MitigationMeasures
SCAͲAIRͲ1 (StandardConditionofApproval19)
ConstructionͲRelatedAirPollutionControls (DustandEquipmentEmissions)

City,theprojectapplicantshallprovidewrittendocumentationthatfleetrequirementshavebeenmet.
v) UselowVOC(i.e.,ROG)coatingsbeyondthelocalrequirements(i.e.,BAAQMDRegulation8,Rule3:
ArchitecturalCoatings).
w) Allconstructionequipment,dieseltrucks,andgeneratorsshallbeequippedwithBestAvailableControl
TechnologyforemissionreductionsofNOxandPM.
x) OffͲroadheavydieselenginesshallmeettheCaliforniaAirResourcesBoard’smostrecentcertificationstandard.
y) PostapubliclyvisiblelargeonͲsitesignthatincludesthecontactnameandphonenumberfortheproject
complaintmanagerresponsibleforrespondingtodustcomplaintsandthetelephonenumbersoftheCity’s
CodeEnforcementunitandtheBayAreaAirQualityManagementDistrict.Whencontacted,theproject
complaintmanagershallrespondandtakecorrectiveactionwithin48hours. 

Table2:ProjectConstructionStandardConditionsofApproval/MitigationMeasures
SCAͲAIRͲ2:ExposuretoAirPollution(ToxicAirContaminants)

a) HealthRiskReductionMeasures
Theprojectapplicantshallincorporateappropriatemeasuresintotheprojectdesigninordertoreducethe
potentialhealthriskduetoexposuretoTACs.
Source:CityofOakland2016.W12MixedUseProjectCEQAAnalysis.Website:http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1
/groups/ceda/documents/report/oak059795.pdf 

SpecificallyrelatedtosubsectionsSCAAIRͲ1(w)and(x)abovethatrequireconstructionequipmentand
dieseltruckstobeequippedwithBestAvailableControlTechnologyandmeettheARB’smostrecent
certificationstandard,theprojectmustdeployconstructionequipmentmeetingTier4emission
standards.5Therefore,thisconstructionhealthriskassessmentassumedthedeploymentof
constructionequipmentthatmeetsTier4emissionstandardsforprojectmitigationduringconstruction.

HealthRiskSignificanceThresholds
TheCityofOaklandCEQAThresholdsofSignificanceGuidelinesprovidesquantitativethresholdsforboth
projectͲonlyimpactsandcumulativeimpacts.Thehealthrisksignificancethresholdsadoptedforthis
assessmentareprovidedinTable3forprojectͲlevelTACemissionsourceimpactaswellasthe
cumulativeimpactsofallTACsourceslocatedwithina1,000Ͳfootradiusoftheproject. 

5 

CityofOakland.2016.W12ResponsetoCommentLettersfromAdamsandBroadwellJoseph&Cardozo,pages7and11.Website:
http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1/groups/ceda/documents/agenda/oak060234.pdf.

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Table3:CityofOaklandThresholdsofSignificance
Metric

IndividualSourceImpact

CumulativeSourceImpact

CancerRisk

10inonemillion (sourceswithina
1,000Ͳfootzoneofinfluence)

100inonemillion(sourceswithina
1,000Ͳfootzoneofinfluence)

NonͲCancerHazardIndex

1.0 (sourceswithina1,000Ͳfoot
zoneofinfluence)

10.0(sourceswithina1,000Ͳfoot
zoneofinfluence)

AnnualPM2.5

0.3Pg/m3(sourceswithina1,000Ͳ
footzoneofinfluence)

0.8Pg/m3(sourceswithina1,000Ͳ
footzoneofinfluence)

Note:
μg/m3=microgrampercubicmeter
Source:CityofOakland2013.CEQAThresholdsofSignificanceGuidelines.Website:http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1
/groups/ceda/documents/report/oak051200.pdf. 

HealthRiskAssessmentandMethodology
AHealthRiskAssessment(HRA)isaguidethathelpstodeterminewhethercurrentorfutureexposures
toachemicalorsubstanceintheenvironmentcouldaffectthehealthofapopulation.Ingeneral,risk
dependsonthefollowingfactors:
x IdentifyingtheTACsthatmaybepresentintheair; 

x EstimatingtheamountofTACsreleasedfromallsources,orthesourceofparticularconcern,

usingairsamplesoremissionmodels; 

x EstimatingconcentrationsofTACsinairinthegeographicareaofconcernbyusingairdispersion

modelswithinformationaboutemissions,sourcelocations,weather,andotherfactors;and 

x EstimatingtheconcentrationsoftheTACatdifferentgeographiclocationsandtheirpotential

healthimpacts. 

Thus,anHRAidentifiestheTACsthatcouldaffectpublichealth,identifiesthesourcesoftheTAC
emissionsandquantifiestheemissions,estimateswheretheemissionsaretransportedbyprevailing
meteorologicalconditions,anddeterminesthepotentialexposurestoindividualsaffectedbytheTACs.

EstimationofProjectͲLevelConstructionEmissions
ThePM2.5constructionemissionswereestimatedusingtheCalEEModLandUseEmissionModel(Version
2.13.2.2).TheCalEEModmodelprovidesaconsistentplatformforestimatingconstructionand
operationalemissionsfromawidevarietyoflanduseprojectsandisthemethodologyrecommendedby
theBAAQMDforestimatingprojectemissions.Theproject’sconstructionemissionswerederivedfrom
theemissionestimatesobtainedfromESA|CommunityDevelopment6thatwasusedinquantifying
constructionemissionsshownintheCEQAAnalysis(TableAIRͲ1).Table4summarizestheproject’s 

6 

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unmitigatedandmitigatedannualconstructionemissionsofPM2.5.Forpurposesoftheairdispersion
modelingoftheconstructionemissions,allconstructionemissionswereassumedtobeemittedin2017.

Table4:ProjectAnnualDPM(asPM2.5Exhaust)ConstructionEmissions
(1)

Year

OnͲsiteDPM(asPM2.5Exhaust)
(tons/year)

OffͲsiteDPM (asPM2.5Exhaust)
(tons/year)

TotalPM2.5(tons/year)

2017

0.141

0.0005

0.142

(2)

Year

2017

OnͲsiteDPM(asPM2.5Exhaust)
(tons/year)

0.0036

(1)

OffͲsiteDPM (asPM2.5Exhaust)
(tons/year)

0.0005

TotalPM2.5(tons/year)

0.0041

Note:
(1) 
OffͲsiteemissionsareestimatedfromtheprojectsitealongHarrisonStreettoInterstate980/880.
(2) 
MitigatedemissionsreflecttheStandardConditionsandApprovals/MitigationMeasuresshowninTable1anddeployment
ofoffͲroadconstructionequipmentmeetingTier4emissionstandardsforalloffͲroadconstructionequipment.
Source:seeAttachmentsAandBtothisreport. 

AirDispersionModeling
Anairdispersionmodelisamathematicalformulationthatisusedtoestimatetheairqualityimpactsat
specificlocations(receptors)surroundingasourceofemissionsgiventherateofemissionsand
prevailingmeteorologicalconditions.Theairdispersionmodelappliedinthisassessmentwasthe
UnitedStatesEnvironmentalProtectionAgency(EPA)AERMODairdispersionmodelthatisapprovedby
theBAAQMDforairdispersionassessments.Specifically,theAERMODmodelwasusedtoestimate
levelsofTACsatsensitivereceptorlocationsfromtheproject’sconstructionPM2.5exhaustemissions.
TheuseoftheAERMODmodelprovidesarefinedmethodologyforestimatingconstructionimpactsby
utilizinglongͲtermmeasured,representativemeteorologicaldatafortheprojectsiteanda
representativeconstructionschedule.
Twoemissionsourceswereusedtorepresenttheproject’sPM2.5constructionexhaustemissions.One
sourcerepresentedthegenerationofonͲsiteconstructionDPMemissions(asPM2.5exhaust)fromtheoffͲ
roadconstructionequipment.TheonͲsiteconstructionemissionsourcewasassumedtobeanareasource
thatcoveredtheentireconstructionareaofapproximately1.9acres.TheDPMemissionswereassumedto
beemittedataheightof5metersabovegroundtoaccountfortheheightoftheequipmentexhauststack
wheretheemissionsarereleasedtotheatmosphereandtheincreaseintheheightoftheemissionsdueto
itsheatedexhaust.Exhibit4showsthelocationsoftheprojectconstructionemissionsources.
Asecondsourcewasusedtorepresenttheproject’sconstructionPM2.5fromtheoffͲsitetravelof
constructionvehiclesincludinghaultrucks,vendortrucks,andworkervehicles.TheoffͲsitevehicle
emissionswererepresentedintheAERMODmodelaslinevolumesourceswithareleaseheightof3.7
metersfortheDPMvehicles.AlloffͲsiteconstructionvehicleswereassumedforpurposesofthis
assessmenttotravelfromtheprojectsitealongHarrisonStreettoInterstate980/880.Constructionwas
assumedtotakeplace8hoursperday,5daysperweekduringtheyear2017.

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EstimationofCancerRisks
TheBAAQMDhasdevelopedasetofguidelines7forestimatingcancerrisksthatprovideadjustment
factorsthatemphasizetheincreasedsensitivitiesandsusceptibilityofyoungchildrentoexposuresto
TACs.TheseadjustmentfactorsincludeageͲsensitivityweightingfactors,ageͲspecificdailybreathing
rates,andageͲspecifictimeͲatͲhomefactors.Therecommendmethodfortheestimationofcancerrisk
isshowninthefollowingequationswiththevariouscancerriskadjustmentfactorsprovidedinTable5
forsensitive/residentialreceptors.
CancerRisk=CDPMxInhalationExposureFactor)
Where:
CancerRisk=Totalindividualexcesscancerriskdefinedasthecancerriskahypothetical
individualfacesifexposedtocarcinogenicemissionsfromaparticularsourceforspecified
exposuredurations;thisriskisdefinedasanexcessriskbecauseitisaboveandbeyondthe
backgroundcancerrisktothepopulation;cancerriskisexpressedintermsofriskpermillion
exposedindividuals. 

CDPM=PeriodaverageDPMairconcentrationcalculatedfromtheairdispersionmodelinμg/m3
InhalationisthemostimportantexposurepathwaytoimpacthumanhealthfromDPMandthe
inhalationexposurefactorisdefinedasfollows:
InhalationExposureFactor=CPFxEFxEDAAF/AT
Where:
CPF=InhalationcancerpotencyfactorfortheTAC:1.1(mg/kgͲday)Ͳ1forDPM
EF=Exposurefrequency(days/year)
ED=Exposureduration(years)
AAF=setofageͲspecificadjustmentfactorsthatincludeagesensitivityfactors(ASF),daily
breathingrates(DBR),andtimeathomefactors(TAH)—seeTable5.
AT=Averagingtimeperiodoverwhichexposureisaveraged(days) 

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Table5:ExposureAssumptionsforCancerRisk
ExposureFrequency

ReceptorType

Hours/day

Days/year

Exposure
Duration
(years)

Age
Sensitivity
Factors
(ASF)

TimeatHome
Factor(TAH)(%)

DailyBreathing 
(1)
Rate(DBR)
(L/kgͲday) 

Sensitive/Residential—Infant

3rdTrimester

24

350

0.25

10

85

361

0Ͳ1year

24

350

1

10

85

1,090

24

350

1

3

73

572

24

350

1

1

72

261

SensitiveReceptor—Child
3to16years
SensitiveReceptor—Adult
>16years

Notes:
(1)
ThedailybreathingratesrecommendedbytheBAAQMDforsensitive/residentialreceptorsassumethe95thpercentile
breathingratesforallindividualslessthan2yearsofageand80thbreathingratesforallolderindividuals.
(L/kgͲday)=litersperkilogrambodyweightperday
Source:BAAQMD2016.AirToxicsNSRProgramHealthRiskAssessment(HRA)Guidelines.Website:http://www.baaqmd.gov
/~/media/files/planningͲandͲresearch/rulesͲandͲregs/workshops/2016/regͲ2Ͳ5/hraͲguidelines_clean_jan_2016Ͳpdf.pdf?la=en> 

EstimationofNonͲCancerHazards
AnevaluationofthepotentialnonͲcancereffectsofchronicchemicalexposureswasalsoconducted.
Adversehealtheffectsareevaluatedbycomparingtheannualreceptorconcentrationofeachchemical
compoundwiththeappropriatereferenceexposurelimit(REL).AvailableRELspromulgatedbythe
CaliforniaOfficeofEnvironmentalhealthHazardsAssessment(OEHHA)wereconsideredintheassessment.
ToquantifynonͲcarcinogenicimpacts,thehazardindexapproachwasused.
HI=Cann/REL
Where:
HI=chronichazardindex
Cnn=annualaverageconcentrationofTACasderivedfromtheairdispersionmodel(Pg/m3)
REL=referenceexposurelevelabovewhichasignificantimpactisassumedtooccur(Pg/m3)
ThehazardindexassumesthatchronicsubͲthresholdexposuresadverselyaffectaspecificorganor
organsystem(toxicologicalendpoint).Foreachdiscretechemicalexposure,targetorganspresentedin
regulatoryguidancewereused.Tocalculatethehazardindex,eachchemicalconcentrationordoseis
dividedbytheappropriatetoxicityreferenceexposurelevel.Forcompoundsaffectingthesame
toxicologicalendpoint,thisratioissummed.Wherethetotalequalsorexceeds1,ahealthhazardis
presumedtoexist.Forpurposesofthisassessment,theTACofconcernisDPMforwhichtheOEHHAhas

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definedaRELforDPMof5Pg/m3.Theprincipaltoxicologicalendpointassumedinthisassessmentwas
throughinhalation.

EstimationofPM2.5Hazards
TheCityofOaklandhasincludedasignificancethresholdforPM2.5,duetorecentstudiesthatshow
healthimpactsfromexposuretothispollutant.TheconstructionemissionsofPM2.5incorporatedinto
thisassessmentincludedDPM(asPM2.5exhaust).

EstimatesofHealthRisksandHazardsfromProjectConstruction
Theestimatedhealthandhazardimpactsatthemaximumimpactedsensitivereceptorfromthe
project’sconstructionemissionsareprovidedinTable6priortotheapplicationofmitigation.The
maximumimpactedsensitivereceptor(MIR)wasfoundatanexistingresidenceslocatedapproximately
25meters(82feetnorthoftheproject)attheintersectionof12thStreetandHarrisonStreet.Asnoted
fromTable6,priortotheapplicationofmitigation,theproject’sconstructionDPMemissionswould
exceedtheCityofOakland’scancerriskthresholdofsignificanceatthemaximumimpactedsensitive
infantreceptorandfortheannualPM2.5hazardandthuswouldresultinasignificantimpacttonearby
sensitivereceptors.

Table6:EstimatedHealthRisksandHazards:ProjectConstruction—NoMitigation
CancerRisk
(riskpermillion)

ChronicNonͲCancer
HazardIndex(2)

AnnualPM2.5
Concentration(Pg/m3)

RisksandHazardsattheMaximum
ImpactedSensitiveReceptor(MIR):Infant(1)

60.5

0.08

0.40

RisksandHazardsattheMaximum
ImpactedSensitiveReceptor(MIR):Child(1)

7.6

0.08

0.40

RisksandHazardsattheMaximum
ImpactedSensitiveReceptor(MIR):Adult(1)

1.1

0.03

0.40

CityofOaklandThresholdsofSignificance

10

1

0.30

Yes (fortheInfant
SensitiveReceptor)

No

Yes

Source

ExceedsThreshold?

Notes:
(1)
Maximumimpactedsensitivereceptorisaresidencelocatedapproximately82feetatthenortheastcornerof12thStreet
andHarrisonStreet.
(2) 
ChronicnonͲcancerhazardindexwasestimatedbydividingtheannualDPMconcentration(asPM2.5exhaust)bytheRELof
5Pg/m3.
Source:AttachmentA. 

Table7summarizestheproject’sconstructionimpactsaftertheapplicationofthestandardconditionsof
approvalandmitigationidentifiedaboveinTable1andtheuseofTier4offͲroadconstruction
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Oakland’sthresholdsofsignificanceafterapplicationofmitigationattheMIRand,therefore,would
representalessthansignificantimpactonaprojectlevelduringconstruction.

Table7:EstimatedHealthRisksandHazards:ProjectConstruction—WithMitigation
CancerRisk
(riskpermillion)

ChronicNonͲCancer
HazardIndex(2)

AnnualPM2.5
Concentration(Pg/m3)

RisksandHazardsattheMaximum
ImpactedSensitiveReceptor(MIR):
Infant(1)

1.6

0.002

0.01

CityofOaklandThresholdsofSignificance

10

1

0.3

ExceedsThreshold?

No

No

No

Source

Notes:
(1)
Maximumimpactedsensitivereceptorisaresidencelocatedapproximately82feetatthenortheastcornerof12thStreet
andHarrisonStreet.
(2) 
ChronicnonͲcancerhazardindexwasestimatedbydividingtheannualDPMconcentration(asPM2.5exhaust)bytheRELfor
DPMof5Pg/m3.
Source:AttachmentB. 

EstimatesofCumulativeHealthRisksandHazards
Asnotedabove,thecommunityriskfromtheproject’sconstructionemissionswouldnotexceedthe
healthrisksignificancethresholdsafterapplicationofmitigationandstandardconditionsofapproval.
TheBAAQMDrecommendsassessingthepotentialcumulativeimpactsfromsourcesofTACswithin
1,000feetofaproject.ToassesstheimpactsofnearbysourcesofTACsincombinationwiththe
project’sconstructionimpactsonnearbysensitivereceptors,ascreeningͲlevelanalysiswasconductedas
partoftheCEQAAnalysisfortheproject.ThisscreeninganalysisiscontainedinCriterion2boftheCEQA
Analysis.ThescreeninganalysisappliedaseriesofscreeningtoolsdevelopedbytheBAAQMDto
provideconservativeestimatesofhowmuchexistingTACsourceswouldcontributetocancerrisk,
chronichazardindex(HI),and/orfineparticulatematter(PM2.5)concentrationsinacommunity.The
individualhealthrisksassociatedwitheachsourcearesummedtofindthecumulativeimpactatthe
locationoftheMIR.Basedonproximitytotheprojectsite,theMIRwasassumedtobearesident
locatedatthenortheastcornerof12thStreetandHarrisonStreet,approximately82feetnorthofthe
projectsite(seeExhibit3)
ThecumulativehealthriskassessmentcontainedintheCEQAAnalysis,identified10existingstationary
sourcesofTACemissionswithin1,000feetoftheMIR(Table8andExhibit5).Anadditionalfive
stationarysourcesonoradjacenttothe1,000ͲfootradiuswereaddedtothelistofcumulativeTAC
emissionsourcesforthisassessment.PreliminaryhealthriskscreeningvaluesattheMIRfromthe
stationarysourcesweredeterminedusingtheBAAQMD’sStationarySourceScreeningAnalysisTool.The
BAAQMD’sDieselInternalCombustionEngineDistanceMultiplierToolwasusedtorefinethescreening
valuesassociatedwithfiveofthe15stationarysourcesthatoperatedieselenginestorepresentthe
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Onesource,FacilityID#378isadrycleaningbusinessthatnolongerusesperchloroethylene(asverifiedin
thelatestBAAQMDairtoxicinventory)andhencenolongerrepresentsasourceoflocalizedTAC
contributions.
NotethatthecancerrisksestimatedfromtheBAAQMDassessmenttool(permittedstationarysources)
arebasedonanoldersetofexposureparametersthatdonotreflectthecurrentBAAQMDcancerrisk
parametersdealingwithdailybreathingrates,timeathomefactors,andexposureduration.Thecancer
risksestimatedfromtheBAAQMD’sassessmenttoolsfortheseTACemissionsources,therefore,were
increasedbyavalueof1.12toincorporatetheBAAQMD’snewestcancerriskguidance.Thescaling
factorof1.12representstheratioofthecancerriskestimatedwiththecurrentBAAQMDcancerrisk
guidancetothepreviousBAAQMDcancerriskguidance(seeAttachmentC).
AsnotedfromTable8thecumulativerisksfromtheprojectconstructionandfromothersourcesofTAC
emissionswithin1,000feetoftheprojectwouldnotexposenearbysensitivereceptorstocancerrisksor
hazardlevelsthatexceedtheBAAQMDcumulativehealthriskthresholdsofsignificance.Therefore,the
constructionoftheprojectwouldnotresultinprojectͲlevelorcumulativesignificanthealthriskimpacts.

Table8:SummaryofCumulativeHealthRisksattheMIR
Chronic
HI

PM2.5
Concentration
(Pg/m3)

Source

Address

CancerRisk
(permillion)

(1)

ProjectSite

1.6

0.002

0.01

8.4
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.3
8.6
20.0
0.1
1.4
1.3
26.5
NoData
1.3
0.1

0.003
0.0
0.0
<0.001
0.0
<0.001
0.003
0.012
<0.001
<0.001
0.011
0.008
NoData
0.002
0.0

0.002
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.002
0.002
<0.001
<0.001
0.007
0.042
NoData
NoData
0.01

CumulativeImpacts

69.7

0.045

0.077

CityofOaklandSignificanceCriteria

100

10

0.8

PotentiallySignificantImpact?

No

No

No

ProjectConstruction 
ExistingStationaryTACEmissionSource(2)s

HotelOakland(#19039)
MarkBosukEsq.(#13071)
IdealCleaners(#378)
AlamedaCountyGSA(G7875)
AquaScience(#18100)
ChinaTown76Unocal(#G11947)
TransPacificCentre(#14837)
EastBayMunicipalDistrict(#13728)(3)
Paetec(#18912)
AlamedaCountyGSA(#14742)
Cushman&Wakefield(#17739)GGG
FEMA(#16836)
AEIConsultants(#11789)
RhinoGas(#584)
TheCloroxCompany(#13308)

27013th Street
1432HarrisonStreet
32214thStreet
16513thStreet
2508thStreet
800HarrisonStreet
1000Broadway
37511thStreet
42714thStreet
39313Street
JackLondonSquare
1111Broadway
2458thStreet
2458thStreet
1221Broadway 

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Table8(cont.):SummaryofCumulativeHealthRisksattheMIR

Source

Address

CancerRisk
(permillion)

Chronic
HI

PM2.5
Concentration
(Pg/m3)

Notes:
(1) 
Projectconstructionhealthimpactsafterapplicationofmitigation
(2) 
CancerriskimpactsfromtheexistingstationaryTACemissionsourcesweremultipliedbyafactorof1.12toaccountforthe
differencesincancerrisksbetweenthecurrentBAAQMDcancerriskestimationguidanceandthepreviouscancerrisk
estimationguidance.
(3) 
HealthrisksfromthisstationarysourcewereestimatedusingtheBAAQMDRiskandHazardsCalculatorandTACemission
informationfromtheBAAQMD(AlisonKirk,personalcommunication,November9,2016.  

ATTACHMENT A 

AttachmentA:
EstimatesofConstructionDieselPM2.5Emissions
andHealthRiskImpactsWithoutMitigation 

ATTACHMENT A

Attachment A: Estimates of Construction Diesel
PM2.5 Emissions and Health Risk Impacts
No Mitigation

CalEEMod Model Output ……………………………………………………………………1
Construction DPM and Health Risks (No Mitigation) ………………………..18
AERMOD Model Output for Construction ………………………………………..26

ATTACHMENT A

ATTACHMENT A

391.00
3.50
510.00
14.70

Enclosed Parking Structure

High Turnover (Sit Down Restaurant)

Apartments High Rise

Strip Mall

457

CO2 Intensity
(lb/MWhr)

0.029

2.2

N2O Intensity
(lb/MWhr)

Operational Year

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Area Coating -

Woodstoves - Assume no woodstoves. Assume default number of fireplaces but all gas fired.

0

1051

0

0

Population

Architectural Coating - Per SCA 19v, applicant must use paint with VOC content less than current requirements. ADhsutted interior to SCAQMD
standard
Vehicle Trips - Adjust trip rates to match tranportation analysis.

Grading -

Demolition -

Construction Phase -

14,700.00

510,000.00

3,500.00

108,000.00

Floor Surface Area

Date: 11/8/2016 1:52 PM

Land Use - Adjust acreage to match project site. Adjust population consistytyent with Oakland analysis 2.06 persons/du

0.006

2018

63

0.00

1.72

0.00

0.00

Lot Acreage

Precipitation Freq (Days)

1000sqft

Dwelling Unit

1000sqft

Space

Metric

Alameda County, Annual

Project Characteristics - Adjust CO2 factor to reflect PG&E 5-year rolling average published 11/2015

1.3 User Entered Comments & Non-Default Data

CH4 Intensity
(lb/MWhr)

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Utility Company

Page 1 of 1

12th and Webster Mixed Use Project

Wind Speed (m/s)

Urban

5

Urbanization

Climate Zone

1.2 Other Project Characteristics

Size

Land Uses

1.1 Land Usage

1.0 Project Characteristics

CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2013.2.2

Page 1

ATTACHMENT A
Tier
Tier
Tier
Tier
Tier
Tier
Tier
Tier

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Tier

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

Tier

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

Tier

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

Tier

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

NumberOfEquipmentMitigated

tblConstEquipMitigation

tblConstEquipMitigation

EF_Residential_Interior

tblArchitecturalCoating

tblConstEquipMitigation

Column Name
EF_Nonresidential_Interior

Table Name

tblArchitecturalCoating

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

No Change

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

100.00

Default Value

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

Tier 4 Final

3.00

7.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

50.00

50.00

New Value

Construction Off-road Equipment Mitigation - Tier IV assumed as mitigation consistent with SCA AIR-1(x and w)
A li ti
fB tM
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ATTACHMENT A

87.46

WD_TR
WD_TR
AerobicPercent
AerobicPercent
AerobicPercent
AerobicPercent

tblVehicleTrips

tblWater

tblWater

tblWater

tblWater

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

87.46

WD_TR

tblVehicleTrips

87.46

87.46

44.32

127.15

6.59

20.43

tblVehicleTrips

131.84

6.07

42.04

SU_TR

ST_TR
SU_TR

tblVehicleTrips

tblVehicleTrips

158.37

tblVehicleTrips

ST_TR

tblVehicleTrips

7.16

SU_TR

ST_TR

tblVehicleTrips

2014

641.35

8.23

0.08

3.52

156,400.00

0.00

tblVehicleTrips

OperationalYear

LotAcreage

tblLandUse

tblProjectCharacteristics

1,459.00

LotAcreage

tblLandUse

Population

LotAcreage

tblLandUse

CO2IntensityFactor

LotAcreage

tblLandUse

LandUseSquareFeet

tblLandUse

tblLandUse

tblProjectCharacteristics

0.34

MaterialExported

71.40

280.50

4.10

41.99

tblGrading

T24NG

tblEnergyUse

7,191.67

NumberWood

T24NG

tblEnergyUse

2.74

tblFireplaces

T24E

tblEnergyUse

3.26

3.92

T24NG

T24E

tblEnergyUse

NumberGas

T24E

tblEnergyUse

312.05

tblFireplaces

T24E

tblEnergyUse

No Change

tblEnergyUse

Tier

tblConstEquipMitigation

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

21.07

62.72

3.28

9.71

50.31

3.02

19.99

65.79

3.56

2018

457

1,051.00

0.00

1.72

0.00

0.00

108,000.00

55,500.00

0.00

351.90

3.08

31.49

5,393.75

2.06

2.45

2.94

234.04

Tier 4 Final

Page 3

ATTACHMENT A

3.4748

Total

Year

NOx

4.1880

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

ROG

NOx

4.1880

Mitigated Construction

3.4748

2017

Year

ROG

Unmitigated Construction

2.1 Overall Construction

2.0 Emissions Summary

CO

5.7014

5.7014

SO2

0.0117

0.0117

Exhaust
PM10

0.1723

0.1723

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.5536

0.5536

tons/yr

PM10
Total

0.7258

0.7258

PM10
Total

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.1479

0.1479

Fugitive
PM2.5

NumberNoncatalytic

tblWoodstoves

Exhaust
PM10

NumberCatalytic

Fugitive
PM10

SepticTankPercent

tblWater

tblWoodstoves

SO2

10.33

SepticTankPercent

tblWater

CO

10.33

SepticTankPercent

PM2.5
Total

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.1643

0.1643

Exhaust
PM2.5

2.55

2.55

10.33

PM2.5
Total

0.3121

0.3121

0.00

2.21

964.3565

964.3565

964.3565

964.3565

CH4

CH4

0.0689

0.0689

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

2.21

10.33

0.00

2.21

tblWater

tblWater

tblWater

tblWater

tblWater

0.00

2.21

AnaerobicandFacultativeLagoonsPerc
ent
AnaerobicandFacultativeLagoonsPerc
ent
AnaerobicandFacultativeLagoonsPerc
ent
AnaerobicandFacultativeLagoonsPerc
ent
SepticTankPercent

tblWater

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

CO2e

965.8023

965.8023

CO2e

Page 4

ATTACHMENT A

45.91

Site Preparation

Grading

Building Construction

Paving

Architectural Coating

3

4

5

6

3.42

CO

Architectural Coating

Paving

Building Construction

Grading

Site Preparation

Acres of Grading (Grading Phase): 1.5

83.02

Start Date

24.05

PM10
Total

0.5512

0.5512

11/28/2017

11/14/2017

2/7/2017

2/1/2017

1/28/2017

1/1/2017

Exhaust
PM10

0.0292

0.0292

End Date

83.45

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0272

0.0272

12/11/2017

11/27/2017

11/13/2017

2/6/2017

1/31/2017

1/27/2017

5.33

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.1400

0.1400
964.3563

964.3563
964.3563

964.3563

0.00

0.00

5

5

5

5

5

5

10

10

200

4

2

20

0.00

CH4

0.0689

0.0689

Phase Description

0.00

Bio- CO2 NBio-CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

Num Days Num Days
Week

46.44

PM2.5
Total

0.1672

0.1672

0.00

N20

0.0000

0.0000

Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes
Graders

Demolition

Site Preparation

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Rubber Tired Dozers

Demolition

Offroad Equipment Type
Concrete/Industrial Saws

Demolition

Phase Name

OffRoad Equipment
Amount

1

3

1

1

8.00

8.00

8.00

8.00

Usage Hours

174

97

255

81

Horse Power

0.41

0.37

0.40

0.73

Load Factor

Residential Indoor: 1,032,750; Residential Outdoor: 344,250; Non-Residential Indoor: 189,300; Non-Residential Outdoor: 63,100

Acres of Paving: 0

5.70

Fugitive
PM10

0.5220

0.5220

Phase Type

0.00

SO2

0.0117

0.0117

Demolition

5.5066

5.5066

Acres of Grading (Site Preparation Phase): 1

Demolition

2

Phase Name

1

Phase
Number

Construction Phase

3.0 Construction Detail

8.72

NOx

ROG

Percent
Reduction

2.2655

3.1720

Total

2.2655

3.1720

2017

0.00

CO2e

965.8020

965.8020

Page 5

ATTACHMENT A

Air Compressors

Architectural Coating

1

Architectural Coating

84.00

13.00

419.00

8.00

8.00

13.00

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Water Unpaved Roads

Water Exposed Area

Use Cleaner Engines for Construction Equipment

3.1 Mitigation Measures Construction

5

Paving

Grading
7

3

Site Preparation

Building Construction

5
3

Demolition

Phase Name

0.00

0.00

75.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

6,938.00

0.00

357.00

Vendor Trip Hauling Trip
Number
Number

Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes

Paving

Offroad Equipment Worker Trip
Count
Number

Rollers

Paving

Trips and VMT

Pavers
Paving Equipment

Cement and Mortar Mixers

Paving

Paving

Welders

Building Construction

Paving

Generator Sets

Forklifts

Building Construction

Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes

Cranes

Building Construction

Building Construction

Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes

Grading

Building Construction

Graders
Rubber Tired Dozers

Grading

Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes

Site Preparation

Grading

Rubber Tired Dozers

Site Preparation

12.40

12.40

12.40

12.40

12.40

12.40

Worker Trip
Length

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

7.30

7.30

7.30

7.30

7.30

7.30

Worker Vehicle
Class

78

97

80

130

125

9

46

97

84

89

226

97

255

174

97

255

20.00 LD_Mix

20.00 LD_Mix

20.00 LD_Mix

20.00 LD_Mix

20.00 LD_Mix

20.00 LD_Mix

Vendor Trip Hauling Trip
Length
Length

6.00

8.00

7.00

8.00

6.00

6.00

8.00

6.00

8.00

6.00

6.00

7.00

6.00

6.00

8.00

7.00

HDT_Mix

HDT_Mix

HDT_Mix

HDT_Mix

HDT_Mix

Vendor
Vehicle
Class
HDT_Mix

0.48

0.37

0.38

0.36

0.42

0.56

0.45

0.37

0.74

0.20

0.29

0.37

0.40

0.41

0.37

0.40

HHDT

HHDT

HHDT

HHDT

HHDT

Hauling
Vehicle
Class
HHDT

Page 6

ATTACHMENT A

0.0272

Total

0.2659

0.2659

NOx

0.2087

0.2087

CO

0.0000

4.4000e004

4.2600e003

Vendor

Worker

Total

0.0487

6.6000e004

0.0000

0.0480

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

CO

0.0488

6.3100e003

0.0000

0.0425

Mitigated Construction On-Site

3.8200e003

Hauling

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction Off-Site

0.0272

Off-Road

Fugitive Dust

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction On-Site

3.2 Demolition - 2017

Clean Paved Roads

1.4000e004

1.0000e005

0.0000

1.3000e004

SO2

2.4000e004

2.4000e004

SO2

Reduce Vehicle Speed on Unpaved Roads

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

0.0161

0.0161

0.0000

4.1900e003

1.1800e003

0.0000

3.0100e003

6.3000e004

1.0000e005

0.0000

6.2000e004

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.0386

0.0386

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

4.8200e003

1.1900e003

0.0000

3.6300e003

PM10
Total

0.0547

0.0161

0.0386

PM10
Total

1.1400e003

3.1000e004

0.0000

8.3000e004

Fugitive
PM2.5

5.8500e003

5.8500e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

5.8000e004

1.0000e005

0.0000

5.7000e004

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0150

0.0150

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

1.7200e003

3.2000e004

0.0000

1.4000e003

PM2.5
Total

0.0209

0.0150

5.8500e003

PM2.5
Total

22.2938

22.2938

0.0000

22.2938

22.2938

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

13.1390

1.0324

0.0000

12.1066

13.1390

1.0324

0.0000

12.1066

CH4

1.5000e004

6.0000e005

0.0000

9.0000e005

CH4

5.6600e003

5.6600e003

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

13.1420

1.0336

0.0000

12.1084

CO2e

22.4126

22.4126

0.0000

CO2e

Page 7

ATTACHMENT A

2.8400e003

Total

0.0123

0.0123

NOx

0.1484

0.1484

CO

0.0000

4.4000e004

4.2600e003

Vendor

Worker

Total

0.0487

6.6000e004

0.0000

0.0480

NOx

0.0488

6.3100e003

0.0000

0.0425

CO

Fugitive Dust

Category

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

ROG

CO

Unmitigated Construction On-Site

3.3 Site Preparation - 2017

3.8200e003

Hauling

Category

ROG

Mitigated Construction Off-Site

2.8400e003

Off-Road

Fugitive Dust

Category

ROG

SO2

1.4000e004

1.0000e005

0.0000

1.3000e004

SO2

2.4000e004

2.4000e004

SO2

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

3.8000e004

3.8000e004

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

6.3000e004

1.0000e005

0.0000

6.2000e004

5.8000e003

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

4.1900e003

1.1800e003

0.0000

3.0100e003

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.0174

0.0174

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

5.8000e003

PM10
Total

4.8200e003

1.1900e003

0.0000

3.6300e003

PM10
Total

0.0178

3.8000e004

0.0174

PM10
Total

2.9500e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

1.1400e003

3.1000e004

0.0000

8.3000e004

Fugitive
PM2.5

2.6300e003

2.6300e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

5.8000e004

1.0000e005

0.0000

5.7000e004

Exhaust
PM2.5

3.8000e004

3.8000e004

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

2.9500e003

PM2.5
Total

1.7200e003

3.2000e004

0.0000

1.4000e003

PM2.5
Total

3.0100e003

3.8000e004

2.6300e003

PM2.5
Total

22.2938

22.2938

0.0000

22.2938

22.2938

0.0000

13.1390

1.0324

0.0000

12.1066

13.1390

1.0324

0.0000

12.1066

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

1.5000e004

6.0000e005

0.0000

9.0000e005

CH4

5.6600e003

5.6600e003

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

CO2e

13.1420

1.0336

0.0000

12.1084

CO2e

22.4125

22.4125

0.0000

CO2e

Page 8

ATTACHMENT A

2.3100e003

Total

0.0242

0.0242
0.0159

0.0159

0.0000

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

Vendor

Worker

Total

4.0000e005

4.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

NOx

2.1000e004

Total

9.0000e004

9.0000e004

NOx

0.0105

0.0105

CO

3.9000e004

3.9000e004

0.0000

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Mitigated Construction Off-Site

2.1000e004

Off-Road

Fugitive Dust

Category

ROG

CO

0.0000

Mitigated Construction On-Site

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction Off-Site

2.3100e003

Off-Road

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

SO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

SO2

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

Exhaust
PM10

1.3100e003

Exhaust
PM10

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

2.6100e003

2.6100e003

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

7.0000e005

7.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

5.8000e003

1.3100e003

2.6400e003

3.0000e005

2.6100e003

PM10
Total

7.0000e005

7.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

PM10
Total

7.1100e003

1.3100e003

1.3300e003

1.3300e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

2.9500e003

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

1.2000e003

1.2000e003

1.3600e003

3.0000e005

1.3300e003

PM2.5
Total

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

4.1500e003

1.2000e003
1.5895

1.5895
1.5895

1.5895

0.0635

0.0635

0.0000

0.0000

0.0635

0.0635

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

1.5895

1.5895

0.0000

1.5895

1.5895

0.0000

4.9000e004

4.9000e004

0.0000

CH4

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

4.9000e004

4.9000e004

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

1.5997

1.5997

0.0000

CO2e

0.0636

0.0636

0.0000

0.0000

CO2e

1.5997

1.5997

Page 9

ATTACHMENT A

0.0000

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

Vendor

Worker

Total

4.0000e005

4.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

NOx

3.9000e004

3.9000e004

0.0000

0.0000

CO

3.7700e003

Total

0.0396

0.0396

NOx

0.0264

0.0264

CO

Hauling

Category

0.9331

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

0.0741

ROG

0.8264

CO

Unmitigated Construction Off-Site

3.7700e003

Off-Road

Fugitive Dust

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction On-Site

3.4 Grading - 2017

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

2.6200e003

SO2

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

SO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

SO2

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

2.1300e003

2.1300e003

0.0000

0.0585

0.0120

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.0130

0.0130

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

7.0000e005

7.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.0706

PM10
Total

0.0151

2.1300e003

0.0130

PM10
Total

7.0000e005

7.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

PM10
Total

0.0161

Fugitive
PM2.5

5.5300e003

5.5300e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.0111

Exhaust
PM2.5

1.9600e003

1.9600e003

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0271

PM2.5
Total

7.4900e003

1.9600e003

5.5300e003

PM2.5
Total

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

0.0635

0.0635

0.0000

0.0000

0.0635

0.0635

0.0000

0.0000

2.6112

2.6112

0.0000

2.6112

2.6112

0.0000

0.0000

235.2814

235.2814

1.7200e003

CH4

8.0000e004

8.0000e004

0.0000

CH4

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

235.3174

CO2e

2.6280

2.6280

0.0000

CO2e

0.0636

0.0636

0.0000

0.0000

CO2e

Page 10

ATTACHMENT A

5.0000e005

0.0742

Worker

Total

0.9332

8.0000e005

0.0000

3.4000e004

Total

1.4800e003

1.4800e003

NOx

0.0170

0.0170

0.0000

5.0000e005

0.0742

Vendor

Worker

Total

0.9332

8.0000e005

0.0000

0.9331

NOx

0.8272

7.8000e004

0.0000

0.8264

CO

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Unmitigated Construction On-Site

3.5 Building Construction - 2017

0.0741

Hauling

Category

ROG

Mitigated Construction Off-Site

3.4000e004

Off-Road

Fugitive Dust

Category

ROG

CO

0.8272

7.8000e004

0.0000

Mitigated Construction On-Site

0.0000

Vendor

2.6200e003

0.0000

0.0000

2.6200e003

SO2

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

SO2

2.6200e003

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

0.0120

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

5.0000e005

5.0000e005

0.0000

0.0587

1.5000e004

0.0000

0.0585

0.0120

0.0000

0.0000

0.0120

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

5.8400e003

5.8400e003

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.0587

1.5000e004

0.0000

0.0707

1.5000e004

0.0000

0.0706

PM10
Total

5.8900e003

5.0000e005

5.8400e003

PM10
Total

0.0707

1.5000e004

0.0000

0.0161

4.0000e005

0.0000

0.0161

Fugitive
PM2.5

2.4900e003

2.4900e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.0161

4.0000e005

0.0000

0.0111

0.0000

0.0000

0.0111

Exhaust
PM2.5

5.0000e005

5.0000e005

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0111

0.0000

0.0000

0.0272

4.0000e005

0.0000

0.0271

PM2.5
Total

2.5400e003

5.0000e005

2.4900e003

PM2.5
Total

0.0272

4.0000e005

0.0000

235.4084

0.1271

0.0000

235.4084

0.1271

0.0000

2.6112

2.6112

0.0000

2.6112

2.6112

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

235.4084

0.1271

0.0000

235.2814

235.4084

0.1271

0.0000

235.2814

1.7300e003

1.0000e005

0.0000

1.7200e003

CH4

8.0000e004

8.0000e004

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

1.7300e003

1.0000e005

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

235.4446

0.1272

0.0000

235.3174

CO2e

2.6280

2.6280

0.0000

CO2e

235.4446

0.1272

0.0000

Page 11

ATTACHMENT A

0.2955

Total

1.9109

1.9109

NOx

1.4311

1.4311

CO

0.0843

0.1419

0.2262

Vendor

Worker

Total

0.8916

0.2122

0.6794

0.0000

NOx

Off-Road

Category

0.3707

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

0.0292

ROG

CO

1.3082

CO

3.0648

2.0343

1.0305

0.0000

Mitigated Construction On-Site

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction Off-Site

0.2955

Off-Road

Category

ROG

2.2000e003

SO2

6.3400e003

4.5400e003

1.8000e003

0.0000

SO2

2.2000e003

2.2000e003

SO2

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

0.0130

3.0900e003

9.8800e003

0.0000

3.0100e003

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.4288

0.3803

0.0485

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.1226

0.1226

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

3.0100e003

PM10
Total

0.4418

0.3834

0.0584

0.0000

PM10
Total

0.1226

0.1226

PM10
Total

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.1151

0.1012

0.0139

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

Fugitive
PM2.5

3.0100e003

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0119

2.8500e003

9.0800e003

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.1182

0.1182

Exhaust
PM2.5

3.0100e003

PM2.5
Total

0.1270

0.1040

0.0230

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

0.1182

0.1182

PM2.5
Total

184.5473

184.5473
184.5473

184.5473

493.4624

332.7644

160.6980

0.0000

493.4624

332.7644

160.6980

0.0000

0.0000

184.5471

184.5471

0.0387

CH4

0.0191

0.0179

1.2500e003

0.0000

CH4

0.0387

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

0.0387

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

185.3603

CO2e

493.8642

333.1398

160.7244

0.0000

CO2e

185.3605

185.3605

CO2e

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ATTACHMENT A

0.0292

0.3707

1.3082

0.0843

0.1419

0.2262

Vendor

Worker

Total

0.8916

0.2122

0.6794

0.0000

NOx

3.0648

2.0343

1.0305

0.0000

CO

0.0000

5.9300e003

Paving

Total

0.0605

0.0605

NOx

0.0452

0.0452

CO

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Unmitigated Construction Off-Site

5.9300e003

Off-Road

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction On-Site

3.6 Paving - 2017

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

Mitigated Construction Off-Site

Total

7.0000e005

7.0000e005

SO2

6.3400e003

4.5400e003

1.8000e003

0.0000

SO2

2.2000e003

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

0.0130

3.0900e003

9.8800e003

0.0000

3.6700e003

0.0000

3.6700e003

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.4288

0.3803

0.0485

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

3.0100e003

3.6700e003

0.0000

3.6700e003

PM10
Total

0.4418

0.3834

0.0584

0.0000

PM10
Total

3.0100e003

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.1151

0.1012

0.0139

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

3.3800e003

0.0000

3.3800e003

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0119

2.8500e003

9.0800e003

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

3.0100e003

3.3800e003

0.0000

3.3800e003

PM2.5
Total

0.1270

0.1040

0.0230

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

3.0100e003

184.5471

184.5471

493.4624

332.7644

160.6980

0.0000

493.4624

332.7644

160.6980

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

6.1129

0.0000

6.1129

6.1129

0.0000

6.1129

1.8400e003

0.0000

1.8400e003

CH4

0.0191

0.0179

1.2500e003

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

0.0387

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

6.1515

0.0000

6.1515

CO2e

493.8642

333.1398

160.7244

0.0000

CO2e

185.3603

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ATTACHMENT A

0.0000

2.2000e004

2.2000e004

Vendor

Worker

Total

3.3000e004

3.3000e004

0.0000

0.0000

NOx

0.0000

7.9000e004

Paving

Total

3.4100e003

3.4100e003

NOx

0.0485

0.0485

CO

3.1600e003

3.1600e003

0.0000

Hauling

Category

0.0000

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

0.0000

ROG

0.0000

CO

Mitigated Construction Off-Site

7.9000e004

Off-Road

Category

ROG

CO

0.0000

Mitigated Construction On-Site

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

0.0000

SO2

7.0000e005

7.0000e005

SO2

1.0000e005

1.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

SO2

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

0.0000

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

1.0000e004

0.0000

1.0000e004

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

5.9000e004

5.9000e004

0.0000

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

0.0000

PM10
Total

1.0000e004

0.0000

1.0000e004

PM10
Total

5.9000e004

5.9000e004

0.0000

0.0000

PM10
Total

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

Fugitive
PM2.5

1.6000e004

1.6000e004

0.0000

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

1.0000e004

0.0000

1.0000e004

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

1.0000e004

0.0000

1.0000e004

PM2.5
Total

1.6000e004

1.6000e004

0.0000

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

0.5162

0.5162

0.0000

0.0000

0.5162

0.5162

0.0000

0.0000

6.1129

0.0000

6.1129

6.1129

0.0000

6.1129

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

1.8400e003

0.0000

1.8400e003

CH4

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

CO2e

6.1515

0.0000

6.1515

CO2e

0.5168

0.5168

0.0000

0.0000

CO2e

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ATTACHMENT A

2.2000e004

2.2000e004

Worker

Total

3.3000e004

3.3000e004

0.0000

3.1600e003

3.1600e003

0.0000

1.6600e003

2.8338

Off-Road

Total

0.0109

0.0109

NOx

9.3400e003

9.3400e003

CO

0.0000

1.4200e003

1.4200e003

Vendor

Worker

Total

2.1300e003

2.1300e003

0.0000

0.0000

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

CO

0.0204

0.0204

0.0000

0.0000

Mitigated Construction On-Site

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction Off-Site

2.8321

Archit. Coating

Category

ROG

Unmitigated Construction On-Site

3.7 Architectural Coating - 2017

0.0000

Vendor

5.0000e005

5.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

SO2

1.0000e005

1.0000e005

SO2

1.0000e005

1.0000e005

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM10

3.8100e003

3.8100e003

0.0000

0.0000

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

8.7000e004

8.7000e004

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

5.9000e004

5.9000e004

0.0000

3.8400e003

3.8400e003

0.0000

0.0000

PM10
Total

8.7000e004

8.7000e004

0.0000

PM10
Total

5.9000e004

5.9000e004

0.0000

1.0100e003

1.0100e003

0.0000

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

Fugitive
PM2.5

1.6000e004

1.6000e004

0.0000

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

8.7000e004

8.7000e004

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

1.0400e003

1.0400e003

0.0000

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

8.7000e004

8.7000e004

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

1.6000e004

1.6000e004

0.0000

0.5162

0.5162

0.0000

0.5162

0.5162

0.0000

1.2766

1.2766

0.0000

1.2766

1.2766

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

3.3356

3.3356

0.0000

0.0000

3.3356

3.3356

0.0000

0.0000

1.8000e004

1.8000e004

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

1.3000e004

1.3000e004

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

3.3394

3.3394

0.0000

0.0000

CO2e

1.2795

1.2795

0.0000

CO2e

0.5168

0.5168

0.0000

Page 15

ATTACHMENT A

1.5000e004

2.8323

Off-Road

Total

6.4000e004

6.4000e004

NOx

9.1600e003

9.1600e003

CO

0.0000

1.4200e003

1.4200e003

Vendor

Worker

Total

2.1300e003

2.1300e003

0.0000

0.0000

NOx

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

0.0000

Hauling

Category

ROG

0.0204

0.0204

0.0000

0.0000

CO

Mitigated Construction Off-Site

2.8321

Archit. Coating

Category

ROG

5.0000e005

5.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

SO2

1.0000e005

1.0000e005

SO2

Exhaust
PM10

Exhaust
PM10

3.8100e003

3.8100e003

0.0000

0.0000

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

tons/yr

Fugitive
PM10

3.8400e003

3.8400e003

0.0000

0.0000

PM10
Total

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

PM10
Total

1.0100e003

1.0100e003

0.0000

0.0000

Fugitive
PM2.5

Fugitive
PM2.5

3.0000e005

3.0000e005

0.0000

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

Exhaust
PM2.5

1.0400e003

1.0400e003

0.0000

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

2.0000e005

2.0000e005

0.0000

PM2.5
Total

1.2766

1.2766

0.0000

1.2766

1.2766

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

3.3356

3.3356

0.0000

0.0000

3.3356

3.3356

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

1.8000e004

1.8000e004

0.0000

0.0000

CH4

1.3000e004

1.3000e004

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

MT/yr

Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

0.0000

0.0000

0.0000

N2O

3.3394

3.3394

0.0000

0.0000

CO2e

1.2795

1.2795

0.0000

CO2e

Page 16

ATTACHMENT A

Total Onsite Construction Emissions

Demolition
Site Preparation
Grading
Building Construction
Paving
Architectural Coating

Construction Activity

Total PM@2.5 Exhaust (tons/year)

Total Offsite Project Exhaust Emissions (tons/year)
Total Offsite Project Exhaust Emissions (grams/sec)

0.14161

0.000576
7.3818E-05

0.000163

20.0
0.280

0.01167

Offsite Project Trip Distance
Project>Harrison St>I980 (mi)

Offsite Project Emissions
Project>Harrison St>I980 (tons/year)

0.0181

Onsite Average
Annual DPM
Exhaust Emissions
(g/sec)
0.0019
0.0002
0.0003
0.0151
0.0005
0.0001

No Mitigation

2.349E-06

Onsite Average DPM
Source Exhaust
Emissions
(g/m2-sec)
2.498E-07
1.998E-08
3.264E-08
1.968E-06
6.328E-08
1.449E-08

0.000348

0.280

7.3

0.00908

0.000065

0.280

12.4

0.00289

Offsite Haul Trucks Offsite Vendor Trucks Offsite Worker Vehicles
Annual DPM
Annual DPM
Annual DPM
Exhaust Emissions Exhaust Emissions
Exhaust Emissions
(tons/year)
(tons/year)
(tons/year)
0.00057
0.00000
0.00001
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.01110
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00908
0.00285
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00003

0.14103

Onsite Average
Annual DPM
Exhaust Emissions
(tons/year)
0.01500
0.00120
0.00196
0.11820
0.00380
0.00087

7696

2017
8 hours/day
246 days/year
1968 hours/year

Trip Distance assumed in CalEEMod (mi)

Total (tons/year)

Demolition
Site Preparation
Grading
Building Construction
Paving
Architectural Coating

Construction Activity

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

2017

Offsite Construction Vehicle PM2.5 Emissions

2017

Onsite Construction PM2.5 Emissions

Onsite Construction Area Source Size (m2):

Construction Scheduling

ASSUMPTION: Assume all construction emissions occur in one year, 2017

CalEEMod construction data extracted from the W12 Mixed Use Project CEQA Analysis (ESA 2015)

Construction Annual DPM Emissions ( as PM2.5 Exhaust)
Construction Duration: 1/1/2017 to 12/11/2017

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Page 17

ATTACHMENT A

No Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053
4184052
4184177
4184129
4183890
4183851

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.5
564249.8
564355.3
564460.2
564471.8
564328.9

Onsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Unit Emissions
(ug/m3)
1.70385
0.26812
0.15817
0.29593
0.15355
0.03483

Annual Average Onsite DPM Exhaust Emission Rate:
Annual Average Offsite DPM Exhaust Emission Rate:
Offsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Unit Emissions
(ug/m3)
0.00002
0.00001
0.00000
0.00001
0.00003
0.00020

Sensitive Receptors

2.34858E-06 grams/m2/sec
7.38180E-05 grams/sec
Onsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Actual Emissions
(ug/m3)
0.40016
0.06297
0.03715
0.06950
0.03606
0.00818

Estimates of Annual Construction DPM and Fugitive Dust Emissions (as PM2.5)

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Offsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Actual Emissions
(ug/m3)
1.47636E-04
7.38180E-05
0.00000E+00
7.38180E-05
2.21454E-04
1.47636E-03

Page 18

Total
DPM
(ug/m3)
0.40031
0.06304
0.03715
0.06958
0.03628
0.00966

ATTACHMENT A

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Year
3rd Trimester
1

1.1 (mg/kg-day)
350 days/year
25550 days

-1

DPM
Daily Breathing
Concentration Age Sensitivty
Rate
(ug/m3)
Factor
(L/kg-day)
1
10
361
1
10
1090

Cancer Potency Factor:
Exposure Frequency
Averaging Period

Time At
Home
Factor
0.85
0.85

Exposure
Duration
(years)
0.25
1

Cancer Risk Impacts from Construction at the Maximum Impacted Sensitive Receptor - Infant

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Unit
Cancer Risk
(/million)
11.6
139.6

Page 19

ATTACHMENT A

No Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Cancer Unit Risk Factor:

Year 1 (2017)
-1
(ug/m3)
139.6

3rd Trimester Year 1 (2017)
Cancer riskRisk Cancer risk
(/million)
(/million)
4.62735
55.88709
0.72875
8.80153
0.42940
5.18614
0.80425
9.71337
0.41942
5.06557
0.11162
1.34813

3rd Trimester
-1
(ug/m3)
11.6
Total
Cancer Risk
(/million)
60.51444
9.53028
5.61554
10.51762
5.48499
1.45976

Estimated Cancer Risks from Construction DPM - Infant Receptors

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Page 20

ATTACHMENT A

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Year
1

1.1 (mg/kg-day)
350 days/year
25550 days

-1

DPM
Daily Breathing
Concentration Age Sensitivty
Rate
(ug/m3)
Factor
(L/kg-day)
1
3
572

Cancer Potency Factor:
Exposure Frequency
Averaging Period

Time At
Home
Factor
0.73

Exposure
Duration
(years)
1

Cancer Risk Impacts from Construction at the Maximum Impacted Sensitive Receptor - Child

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Unit
Cancer Risk
(/million)
18.9

Page 21

ATTACHMENT A

No Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Cancer Unit Risk Factor:

Year 1 (2017)
Cancer riskRisk
(/million)
7.55625
1.19002
0.70119
1.31330
0.68489
0.18228

Year 1 (2017)
-1
(ug/m3)
18.9

Estimated Cancer Risks from Construction DPM - Child Receptor

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Page 22

ATTACHMENT A

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

Year
1

1.1 (mg/kg-day)
350 days/year
25550 days

-1

DPM
Daily Breathing
Concentration Age Sensitivty
Rate
(ug/m3)
Factor
(L/kg-day)
1
1
261

Cancer Potency Factor:
Exposure Frequency
Averaging Period

Time At
Home
Factor
0.72

Exposure
Duration
(years)
1

Cancer Risk Impacts from Construction at the Maximum Impacted Sensitive Receptor - Adult

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Unit
Cancer Risk
(/million)
2.8

Page 23

ATTACHMENT A

No Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment A
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Cancer Unit Risk Factor:

Year 1 (2017)
Cancer riskRisk
(/million)
1.13355
0.17852
0.10519
0.19701
0.10274
0.02734

Year 1 (2017)
-1
(ug/m3)
2.8

Estimated Cancer Risks from Construction DPM - Adult Receptors

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Page 24

ATTACHMENT A

No Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
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Total Onsite Construction Emissions

Demolition
Site Preparation
Grading
Building Construction
Paving
Architectural Coating

Construction Activity

Total PM@2.5 Exhaust (tons/year)

Total Offsite Project Exhaust Emissions (tons/year)
Total Offsite Project Exhaust Emissions (grams/sec)

0.00417

0.000576
7.3818E-05

0.000163

20.0
0.280

0.01167

Offsite Project Trip Distance
Project>Harrison St>I980 (mi)

Offsite Project Emissions
Project>Harrison St>I980 (tons/year)

0.0005

Onsite
Annual DPM
Exhaust Emissions
(g/sec)
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0004
0.0000
0.0000

Tier IV Mitigation

5.978E-08

Onsite DPM
Source Exhaust
Emissions
(g/m2-sec)
6.328E-09
4.996E-10
8.327E-10
5.013E-08
1.665E-09
3.331E-10

0.000348

0.280

7.3

0.00908

0.000065

0.280

12.4

0.00289

Offsite Haul Trucks Offsite Vendor Trucks Offsite Worker Vehicles
Annual DPM
Annual DPM
Annual DPM
Exhaust Emissions Exhaust Emissions
Exhaust Emissions
(tons/year)
(tons/year)
(tons/year)
0.00057
0.00000
0.00001
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.01110
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00908
0.00285
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00003

0.00359

Onsite
Annual DPM
Exhaust Emissions
(tons/year)
0.00038
0.00003
0.00005
0.00301
0.00010
0.00002

7696

2017
8 hours/day
246 days/year
1968 hours/year

Trip Distance assumed in CalEEMod (mi)

Total (tons/year)

Demolition
Site Preparation
Grading
Building Construction
Paving
Architectural Coating

Construction Activity

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

2017

Offsite Construction Vehicle PM2.5 Emissions

2017

Onsite Construction PM2.5 Emissions

Onsite Construction Area Source Size (m2):

Construction Scheduling

ASSUMPTION: Assume all construction emissions occur in one year, 2017

CalEEMod construction data extracted from the W12 Mixed Use Project CEQA Analysis (ESA 2015)

Construction Annual DPM Emissions ( as PM2.5 Exhaust)
Construction Duration: 1/1/2017 to 12/11/2017

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

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ATTACHMENT A

Y
(m)
4184053
4184052
4184177
4184129
4183890
4183851

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.5
564249.8
564355.3
564460.2
564471.8
564328.9

Onsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Unit Emissions
(ug/m3)
1.70385
0.26812
0.15817
0.29593
0.15355
0.03483

Annual Average Onsite DPM Exhaust Emission Rate:
Annual Average Offsite DPM Exhaust Emission Rate:
Offsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Unit Emissions
(ug/m3)
0.00002
0.00001
0.00000
0.00001
0.00003
0.00020

Sensitive Receptors

5.97844E-08 grams/m2/sec
7.38180E-05 grams/sec
Onsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Actual Emissions
(ug/m3)
0.01019
0.00160
0.00095
0.00177
0.00092
0.00021

Tier IV Mitigation

Estimates of Annual Construction DPM and Fugitive Dust Emissions (as PM2.5)

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Offsite
Annual DPM Exhaust
w/Actual Emissions
(ug/m3)
1.47636E-04
7.38180E-05
0.00000E+00
7.38180E-05
2.21454E-04
1.47636E-03

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Total
DPM
(ug/m3)
0.01033
0.00168
0.00095
0.00184
0.00114
0.00168

ATTACHMENT A

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

Year
3rd Trimester
1

1.1 (mg/kg-day)
350 days/year
25550 days

-1

DPM
Daily Breathing
Concentration Age Sensitivty
Rate
(ug/m3)
Factor
(L/kg-day)
1
10
361
1
10
1090

Cancer Potency Factor:
Exposure Frequency
Averaging Period

Time At
Home
Factor
0.85
0.85

Exposure
Duration
(years)
0.25
1

Cancer Risk Impacts from Construction at the Maximum Impacted Sensitive Receptor - Infant

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Unit
Cancer Risk
(/million)
11.6
139.6

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ATTACHMENT A

Tier IV Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Cancer Unit Risk Factor:

Year 1 (2017)
-1
(ug/m3)
139.6

3rd Trimester Year 1 (2017)
Cancer riskRisk Cancer risk
(/million)
(/million)
0.11945
1.44272
0.01938
0.23409
0.01093
0.13202
0.02130
0.25730
0.01317
0.15908
0.01947
0.23518

3rd Trimester
-1
(ug/m3)
11.6
Total
Cancer Risk
(/million)
1.56218
0.25347
0.14295
0.27861
0.17225
0.25466

Estimated Cancer Risks from Construction DPM - Infant Receptors

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

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ATTACHMENT A

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

Year
1

1.1 (mg/kg-day)
350 days/year
25550 days

-1

DPM
Daily Breathing
Concentration Age Sensitivty
Rate
(ug/m3)
Factor
(L/kg-day)
1
3
572

Cancer Potency Factor:
Exposure Frequency
Averaging Period

Time At
Home
Factor
0.73

Exposure
Duration
(years)
1

Cancer Risk Impacts from Construction at the Maximum Impacted Sensitive Receptor - Child

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Unit
Cancer Risk
(/million)
18.9

Page 5

ATTACHMENT A

Tier IV Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Cancer Unit Risk Factor:

Year 1 (2017)
Cancer riskRisk
(/million)
0.19506
0.03165
0.01785
0.03479
0.02151
0.03180

Year 1 (2017)
-1
(ug/m3)
18.9

Estimated Cancer Risks from Construction DPM - Child Receptors

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

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ATTACHMENT A

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

Year
1

1.1 (mg/kg-day)
350 days/year
25550 days

-1

DPM
Daily Breathing
Concentration Age Sensitivty
Rate
(ug/m3)
Factor
(L/kg-day)
1
1
261

Cancer Potency Factor:
Exposure Frequency
Averaging Period

Time At
Home
Factor
0.72

Exposure
Duration
(years)
1

Cancer Risk Impacts from Construction at the Maximum Impacted Sensitive Receptor - Adult

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Unit
Cancer Risk
(/million)
2.8

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ATTACHMENT A

Tier IV Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Cancer Unit Risk Factor:

Year 1 (2017)
Cancer riskRisk
(/million)
0.02926
0.00475
0.00268
0.00522
0.00323
0.00477

Year 1 (2017)
-1
(ug/m3)
2.8

Estimated Cancer Risks from Construction DPM - Adult Receptors

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Page 8

ATTACHMENT A

Tier IV Mitigation

Y
(m)
4184053.48
4184051.74
4184176.96
4184129.42
4183890.01
4183850.83

Attachment B
W12 Mixed Use Project

X
(m)
564422.54
564249.79
564355.29
564460.22
564471.81
564328.93

Year 1 (2017)
Chronic Non-Cancer
Hazard Index
0.00207
0.00034
0.00019
0.00037
0.00023
0.00034

Reference Exposure Level for DPM:

5 ug/m3

Estimated Chronic Non-Cancer Hazard Index from Construction DPM

W12 Mixed Use Project: Oakland

Page 9 

AttachmentC:
ComparisonofCancerRisksfromBAAQMDGuidance

ATTACHMENT A

ATTACHMENT A

Year
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6
Year 7
Year 8
Year 9
Year 10
Year 11
Year 12
Year 13
Year 14
Year 15
Year 16
Year 17
Year 18
Year 19
Year 20
Year 21
Year 22
Year 23
Year 24
Year 25
Year 26
Year 27
Year 28
Year 29
Year 30

Attachment C
W12 Mixed Use Project

30 to 70

Year
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

70-year Exposure Duration
Original BAAQMD Guidance
DPM
(ug/m3)
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000

CPF
(mg/kg-day)^-1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1

DBR
(l/kg-day)
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302
302

ED
(years)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

EF
(days)
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350

AT
(years)
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550

TAH
(%)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ASF
10
10
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Total

http://www.baaqmd.gov/~/media/Files/Engineering/Air%20Toxics%20Programs/hrsa_guidelines.ashx

Cancer Risk Calculation for 1 ug/m3 DPM concentration (assuming constant DPM concentration)

527.88

182.03

Risk
(risk/million)
45.51
45.51
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
13.65
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55

Page 1

ATTACHMENT A

Year
Year 1
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6
Year 7
Year 8
Year 9
Year 10
Year 11
Year 12
Year 13
Year 14
Year 15
Year 16
Year 17
Year 18
Year 19
Year 20
Year 21
Year 22
Year 23
Year 24
Year 25
Year 26
Year 27
Year 28
Year 29
Year 30

DPM
(ug/m3)
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000

CPF
DBR
(mg/kg-day)^-1 (l/kg-day)
1.1
361
1.1
1090
1.1
1090
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
572
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261
1.1
261

ED
(years)
0.25
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

EF
(days)
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350

AT
(years)
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550
25550

TAH
(%)
0.85
0.85
0.84
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73
0.73

30-year New BAAQMD Guidance
95th % DBR 2 years and less, 80th % for all older

ASF
10
10
10
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Total

Risk
(risk/million)
11.56
139.61
137.97
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
18.62
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
2.87
589.97

BAAQMD
New Guidance
Cancer Risk
@30 years
589.97

Attachment C
W12 Mixed Use Project

http://www.baaqmd.gov/~/media/files/planning-and-research/rules-and-regs/workshops/2016/reg-2-5/hra-guidelines_clean_jan_2016-pdf.pdf?la=en

Year
3rd Trimester
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

30-year Exposure Duration
95th/80th % DBR

Cancer Risk Calculation for 1 ug/m3 DPM concentration (assuming constant DPM concentration)

BAAQMD
Old Guidance
Cancer Risk
@70 years
527.88

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1.12

Ratio
NEW to
Old BAAQMD

ATTACHMENT B

ATTACHMENT B

C
E