Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Role in this Project: Project/Construction Management Services
Contract Type: FURLOE
Project Value: $17,442,761
Period of Performance: 05/01/2010 – 11/30/2010

Scope of Work:

Project Management and Construction Management Services:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) provided Project Management and Construction Management services associated with the completion of an 110,000-ft2 light industrial facility needed to support a Confidential Client with their technology advancement program. After preparing detailed engineering and technical specifications, FSG negotiated with numerous vendors fixed-price and time-and-materials contracts in excess of $16.9M. This light industrial facility received authorization for physical and cyber security system operations, received a certificate of permanent occupancy and was turned over to the customer just 7 months after receipt of the construction permit. The project was ~3% under budget and had only one recorded first-aid injury with over 35K man-hours being worked.

At the completion of the project, the facility included enough functioning office space to accommodate 80-employees, plus was equipped with a men’s change house and women’s change house, as well as a kitchen/break area. The utilities installed included a liquid nitrogen / gaseous nitrogen delivery system; “overhead” 13.8KV distribution with 480V electrical power building distribution; plant air distribution; building heating ventilation and air conditioning; chilled water distribution; temperature/humidity controlled communication server room; facility ingress/egress control security system; public address system; building sprinkler distribution and fire alarm system; potable water distribution system; and natural gas distribution system.

In addition to the utilities installed, the facility was equipped with a Clean Room and a machine shop. The machine shop included EDM machines, Haas CNC machining centers, MIG/TIG/ARC/Orbital welders, an enclosed parts cleaning room, and temperature/humidity controlled machined parts tolerance measurement room.

To ensure the success of this project, daily safety meetings were held and the work conducted was properly sequenced and controlled. Open and timely communications took place between FSG and their vendors. Well-defined scopes of work greatly minimized change orders. Lastly, routine work sampling was conducted and the results shared with the vendors to ensure that, at a minimum, 90% (productivity) of the hours spent by their craft went towards direct labor and not towards traveling, break, etc.

Quality Control Requirements/Compliance
ICC IBC (2009): International Building Code
NFPA 70: National Electrical Code
NFPA 79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
ASME B31.3: Process Piping
Project Specific QA Plan

Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Customer: Teledyne Brown Engineering
Contract Type: Facility Maintenance
Actual Value: $1,718,740
Period of Performance: 01/01/11 – Present
Applicable SOW Areas:
Equipment Design and Fabrication
Hardware and Software Integration
ASME Code Compliance
Welding and Inspection
Quality Control Requirements/Compliance
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (0400-12 / 0400-20), 10 CFR 830

Scope of Work:

Facility Maintenance:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) has successfully provided facility maintenance support associated with a manufacturing, research and development facility located in the Oak Ridge Area.

Facility maintenance responsibilities include:
• Production systems operation, preventive and corrective maintenance.
• Maintenance tracking utilizing facility management software.
• Manufacturing equipment system (CNC, CMM, welding, rotary lathe) maintenance.
• Fire protection systems maintenance and inspections.
• Plant support system operation and maintenance such as:

- HVAC
- Process gas systems
- HEPA/HEGA ventilation systems
- Chilled water/cooling water systems
- Deionized water systems
- Compress air systems

• Administration of facility LO/TO program.
• Plant telecommunications systems.
• Operation of shipping and receiving including Quality Control tracking.
• Facility maintenance including roofing, lighting grounds.
• Management of hazardous, radiological and universal wastes.
• Measurement &Testing Equipment tracking and calibrations.
• Inventory management of consumable products.
• Electrical systems operations and maintenance.
• Logistics support.
• Responsible for tracking and recertification of building fire protection (sprinkler and alarm), HEPA systems.
• Facility janitorial services.

Customer: Teledyne Brown Engineering
Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Contract Type: T&M
Actual Value: $5.1M
Period of Performance: 06/01/11 – Present
Applicable SOW Areas:
Equipment Design and Fabrication
Hardware and Software Integration
ASME Code Compliance
Welding and Inspection

Scope of Work:

Designing and Fabricating Equipment:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) provides mechanical engineering and design using 3D modeling, technical specification development and procurement of mechanical components, as well as power and control components, to meet customer objectives and criteria.

FSG’s electrical and instrument controls engineering group was responsible for the engineering and design of high, medium and low voltage electrical systems and sub-systems used for the automation of process equipment and manufacturing facility electrical components.

Power includes “overhead” 13.8KV, 4160V and 480V electrical power distribution.

Controls include PLC and HMI design and programming using Allen-Bradley brand components and software (e.g. RSLogix 5000 and FactoryTalk View SE/ME respectively) and GE Cimplicity Proficy. FSG was responsible for the commercial-grade dedication of all commercial-grade items relied on for safety (IROFS) components to ensure each item would perform its intended safety function for the safe handling of in-process UF6 and, in this respect, be deemed equivalent to an item designed and manufactured under a 10 CFR Part 50, Appendix B, quality assurance program.

Integrating Hardware and Software:
Pro/Engineer Wildfire/Creo and PDMLink
Siemens NX and TeamCenter
PLC Components (CompactLogix, ControlLogix, Panelview)
PLC Programming Software – Allen-Bradley RSLogix 5000
HMI Programming Software – Allen-Bradley FactoryTalk View SE / ME, GE Cimplicity Proficy and Historian

Quality Control Requirements/Compliance
NFPA 70: National Electrical Code
NFPA 79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
IEC-61131-3: Programmable controllers – Part 3: Programming languages
ASME B31.3: Process Piping
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
ANSI Y14.5: Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ANSI Y14.100: Engineering Drawing Practices
Project Specific QA Plan

Location: North Carolina
Actual Value: $1,466,421.93
Period of Performance: 02/02/09 – Present

Scope of Work:

Equipment Assembly and Testing:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) provided personnel to complete the mechanical assembly of the equipment components located in the confidential client’s Facility. Once assembly was complete, FSG personnel completed vacuum and hydrostatic testing for each component before completing the integrated test for the entire system.

Equipment Optimization:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) provides PhDs and master level scientists to support the optimization of the existing laser technology being utilized in a confidential clients process. Based on the nature of the work being conducted, no additional information is provided.

Quality Control Requirements/Compliance

ASME B31.3: Process Piping
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
Laser Safety Guidance
Project Specific QA Plan

Location: Edgefield, SC
Actual Value: $1,388,989.80
Period of Performance: 12/01/08 – 7/16/09
Contract Type: T&M
Applicable SOW Areas
Equipment Design and Fabrication
Hardware and Software Integration
ASME Code Compliance
Welding and Inspection

Scope of Work:

Designing and Fabricating Equipment:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) designed and built a “mock-up” Test Cell for a confidential client to determine the potential impact to adjacent equipment and facilities resulting from a malfunctioning Test chamber. Four vessels (chambers) were deployed. Three of the chambers were arranged horizontally to simulate the current planned equipment configuration in the commercial facility. The fourth remaining chamber, termed the collector, was arranged vertically on the opposite side of a 10.0 ft height wall with a window assembly facing the center Test chamber. The wall was a 12.0 inch thick concrete block wall with three hour fire rating as specified. The window system was designed to place all chamber windows at 28.88 inches elevation above the slab. The center Test chamber and the collecor had a direct window view through a 4.0 inch diameter hole located in the wall. The center Test chamber rear window port glass was replaced with a 0.25” thick aluminum plate to ensure that the front chamber window would disintegrate, thus ensuring a worst-case ignition situation.

Integrating Hardware and Software:
Four data collection systems were deployed to observe ignition results as follows:
1. High speed and regular video cameras to observe chamber behavior.
2. Accelerometers mounted on all chambers and the wall to assess chamber impacts and pressure wave impact on the wall.
3. 16 channel microphone system to assess any resulting pressure waves.
4. Multichannel data acquisition to measure pressure and temperature for all chambers and hydrogen content for the center chamber.

Data collection systems were placed in a steel housing at the chamber locations. A data control and ignition system, both radio and cable connected, linked the steel bunker at the chamber site to a command bunker placed 1000ft from the chamber site. The center Test chamber (chamber 1) incorporated a liquid nitrogen jacket, which was completely filled with liquid nitrogen. The chamber internal volume was filled with hydrogen at 0.50 bar pressure. The adjacent chambers (chambers 2a and 2b) and the collector (chamber 3) were each set to 0.50 bar pressure of air. Each was real time monitored for pressure. Chamber 1 was also monitored for hydrogen content and temperature. Three tests were performed. For Test 1, the internal chamber of the center vessel was filled with 70% hydrogen and 30% nitrogen at a total pressure of 0.50 Bar. The liquid nitrogen jacket was also filled. For Test 2, Chamber 1 was filled with 70% hydrogen and 30% oxygen to a total pressure of 0.5 Bar. This was chosen to represent the worst possible (optimum balance) H2/O ratio to maximize energy output in the ignition. Ignition was attempted again using the installed igniters. For Test 3, we used the same Test 2 internal gas and liquid nitrogen conditions, but a small 150 gm C4 explosive charge was placed at the top front part of the chamber. For this test, the ignition was generated from the C4 charge.

Results:
The third test represented extreme conditions and well beyond any anticipated ignition energy. The following summarizes ignition consequences resulting from Test 3:
1. The collection chamber had no visible impact damage and no projectiles fell to that side of the wall.
2. The collection chamber maintained its pressure of 0.5 Bar.
3. For chambers 2a and 2b, some line of sight damage occurred as a direct result of the C4 charge.
4. For chambers 2a and 2b, no damage has been observed as a result of impacts from parts of chamber 1.
5. Chamber 1 was essentially destroyed

Quality Control Requirements/Compliance
Design activities were done in accordance with the following procedures, standards, and directives:
10 CFR 830

Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Project Value: $2.5M
Period of Performance: 12/01/11 – Present

Scope of Work:

Developing Radiological Program:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) developed and initiated a radiological program to support a Confidential Client with their radiological R&D program. Procedures were developed to meet the requirements set forth by the Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Radiological Health (Standards For Protection Against Radiation). Training and procedural development was completed on a site specific basis to ensure that the safety of the workers, public, and environment were the top priority.
Procedure Development:
Procedures that were developed and implemented:
1. Technical Qualifications of Radiological Oversight Personnel
2. Radioactive Material Inventory Control
3. Radiation Dosimetry
4. Radioactive Material Receipt
5. Radiological Instrument Management
6. Radioactive Waste Management
7. Radiological Licensing
8. Material Control and Accountability

As previously stated, procedures were developed on a site-specific basis to ensure radiological safety for the employees, public, and the environment. The program was designed so that the program could grow as the project grew to allow changes to be made as smoothly and time efficient as possible.

Results:
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (Division of Radiological Health) reviewed and approved the Fairfield Service Group radiological program. The Radioactive Material License was issued (R-01110-I21) and radiological work was allowed to proceed. Since the issuance of the radioactive material license, the Tennessee Department of Radiological Health has completed one audit of the radiological program and the program was issued no findings or recommendations. The project currently has six radiological personnel, the Radiation Safety Officer, and five Health Physics Technicians; all six are Fairfield Service Group employees.

Quality Control Requirements/Compliance Program
activities were done in accordance with the following procedures, standards, and directives:
0400-20-04 General Provisions
0400-20-05 Standards For Protection against Radiation
0400-20-10 Licensing and Registration

Location: East Tennessee Technology Park, Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Project Value: 26.8M
Period of Performance: November 22, 2004 – July 31, 2011
Description of contract work

Fairfield Service Group (FSG) was contracted by Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC (BJC) to provide key personnel to conduct nondestructive assay/nondestructive evaluation (NDA/NDE) before the demolition of the K-25 Building, K-27 Building, other project process buildings and Poplar Creek located at the Department of Energy (DOE) East Tennessee Technology Park (ETTP) near Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

As such, FSG provided mission-ready resources and equipment for NDA/NDE services at ETTP, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and the Y-12 National Security Complex site for the U.S. DOE Oak Ridge Operations (ORO), including both classified and non-classified scope.

FSG NDA Capabilities – FSG NDA provides quantitative gamma measurements with NaI or high-purity germanium detector (HPGe) high resolution gamma detectors (waste containers, large and small conponents), hold up measurements in piping and process components, qualitative gamma measurements with NaI, and uranium enrichment measurements/verifications with HPGe and multi-group analysis uranium (MGAU) software. FSG NDA also delivers laboratory style sample analysis (gamma only).

Fairfield Capabilities (cont.) – FSG NDA provides NaI gamma walkover surveys, quantitative neutron measurements with Slab, shielded neutron assay probe (SNAP) and UNCS (waste containers, large and small components, neutron source, etc.). Custom date reporting is provided for measurements taken. Trained work force: Our team is fully trained to work on any DOE site and is experience in working in highly contaminated environments. In fact, FSG NDA maintained an aggressive schedule to accomplish major milestones for the demolition of K-25 facility. Over 307,000 Holdup Measurement System 4 (HMS4) measurements, 5,500 In Situ Object Counting System (ISOCs) measurements and 3,500 Slab measurements have been conducted. 2,400 compressors, converters, type 7A shipping containers, pallets of loose process gas piping have been measured in the Uranium Neutron Counting System (UNCS) and 1,000 criticality safe containers of enriched 235U.

Provided support systems for the effective operation of the NDA/NDE facility and its associated equipment, including, but not limited to, a preventative maintenance program, a work order control system, a controlled operating procedure for equipment and systems, a training program for personnel, a program for maintaining a system for configuration control and an unclassified computerized NDA data management storage and reporting system for all NDA data. Computer system to also contain waste containers measured via NDA/NDA identification capabilities and tracking by their container bar code Responsible for identification and proper handling of potential physical, chemical, and radiological hazards that exist in the buildings and other areas of the Oak Ridge Reservation.

Furnished all equipment, supplies, labor, PPE and supervision needed to provide defensible NDA/NDE measurements and auditable records at the ETTP, ORNL, and Y-12 National Security Complex. Responsible for the daily operation of the K-1423 NDA facility and equipment, receipt of waste containers and container item movement from the K-1423 NDA staging areas to NDA/NDE equipment measurement areas utilizing Waste Curie Monitor Waste Measurement Station, HPGe Waste Measurement Stations, and Neutron Waste Measurement Station.
Work also included performing field NDA/NDE measurements, including depleted UF6 containers in inventory and prior to shipment off-site, data reporting, including maintaining, protecting, archiving, and retrieval of measurement data; maintaining all training records, and NDA/NDE data records, equipment repairs, calibration, preventative maintenance, procedure preparation/modification, and training. Responsible for providing NDA/NDE measurements and resultant data. Work in support of the decommissioning/demolition of the K-25 and K-27 Buildings at ETTP. Required NDA field measurements on gaseous diffusion process equipment and piping (converters, compressors, cold traps, etc) with varying amounts of uranium compounds of various enrichments and other radioactive and hazardous substances, as well as continuing confirmation/verification measurements on equipment and piping in place in these buildings. Examples of such required measurements include hold-up material measurements, in-situ gamma spectroscopy on containers, and waste disposition locations field measurements. Work required deployment of NDA/NDE equipment to job sites and provided measurements and data that met project-specific requirements within reasonable technical capabilities of equipment and data quality objectives.

Waste containers included primary (newly generated) and legacy, low-level waste, enriched materials, mixed-waste, and contract-handled TRU waste. Containers ranged from small buckets, fiberboard drums, 50 gallon bags, 55, 85 and 110 gallon drums, 21st century containers , B-25 boxes and Sea-Land containers/dumpsters.

Performed as custodian for sources used in the conduct of nuclear material measurements.
Responsible for the verification/confirmation (V/C) measurements of the K25 Building process equipment/piping holdup. Established measurement protocol required measurements be conducted by either low-resolution NaI gamma ray measurements of SNAP neutron detector measurements. Provided a qualified statistician to review all V/C measurement data to ensure that statistical methods and approaches were in accordance with established Nuclear Material Control & Accountability requirements. Investigated and resolved any anomalous measurement results.

Safety Record – FSG NDA has maintained an exemplary safety record for the past five years which is well below the national average concerning Medical, Lost Time Away and Workman Comp Claims. Since 1st quarter of 2007 to present, FSG employees have earned BJC ETTP Safety Wing Program awards 74 times. As of May, 2011, FSG had achieved a period of eighteen months without an OSHA Report, OSHA Recordable, OSHA Incident Report or OSHA First Aid. This represented approximately 88,000 man hours during this period.

In summary, FSG can provide mission-ready professional resources that can be immediately deployed for field support to provide defensible data for the characterization of DOE ORO equipment and facilities. The NDA work described above is typical of the work required under the DOE Environmental Management SOW for this RFP. Fairfield Service Group has 7 years of direct verifiable experience in performing this work under extreme field conditions.

Building_K25Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Entity: Fairfield Service Group, Inc.
Role in this Project: Subcontractor
Product/Service: Nuclear Facility Demolition Technical Support
Contracting Agency/Customer: Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC.
Subcontract #: 23900-BA-ES858, 23900-BA-KD007
Project Value: $755M
Period of Performance: October 2007 – February 2009

Fairfield Service Group was contracted by Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC to support the development of the regulatory documents required to adequately characterize and dispose of approximately 134,360 yd3 of waste materials resulting from the demolition of the K-25 Building’s West Wing located at the Department of Energy’s East Tennessee Technology Park near Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

Process Knowledge input – FSG provided information about past facility operations, including historical UF6 releases, process equipment limitations, corrective maintenance issues, materials of construction, and contaminants of concern. This information was used in the development of the successful K-25 Building’s West Wing Demolition Plan.

Non-Destructive Assay measurement – FSG provided key personnel that were used to quantify the grams of uranium remaining in abandoned process equipment and lines. These measurements were needed to meet existing nuclear safety requirements that had to be satisfied before building demolition could be authorized.

Data Quality Objectives (DQO) Team participation – FSG provided key personnel to participate in the Data Quality Objective sessions that were required to obtain regulatory approval for building demolition and debris disposal in the Environmental Management Waste Management Facility (EMWMF).

Building_K27 Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Entity: Fairfield Service Group, Inc.
Role in this Project: Subcontractor
Product/Service: Industrial Facility Demolition Technical Support
Contracting Agency/Customer: Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC.
Subcontract #: 23900-BA-ES858
Project Value: $5.8M
Period of Performance: October 2006 – September 2007

Fairfield Service Group was contracted by Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC to support the development of the regulatory documents required to adequately characterize and dispose of approximately 2,200 yd3 of waste materials resulting from the demolition of Area 300 and Buildings K-1024 and K-1030, located at the Department of Energy’s East Tennessee Technology Park near Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

Process Knowledge input – FSG provided information about past facility operations, including historical UF6 releases, process equipment limitations, corrective maintenance issues, materials of construction, and contaminants of concern. This information was used in the development of the successful K-25 Auxiliary Support Buildings Demolition Plan.

Data Quality Objectives (DQO) Team participation – FSG provided key personnel to participate in the Data Quality Objective sessions that were required to obtain regulatory approval for buildings demolition and debris disposal in the Environmental Management Waste Management Facility (EMWMF).

Waste Handling Plan preparation – FSG provided key personnel that were used to either develop or

Building_K-601Location: Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Entity: Fairfield Service Group, Inc.
Expected Role in this Project: Subcontractor
Product/Service: Nuclear Facility Demolition Technical Support
Contracting Agency/Customer: Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC.
Subcontract #: 23900-BA-ES008, 23900-BA-KD007
Project Value: $1.4M
Period of Performance: July 2005 – September 2005

Fairfield Service Group was contracted by Bechtel Jacobs Company, LLC to support the development of the regulatory documents required to adequately characterize and dispose of the approximate 1,163 tons of waste materials resulting from the demolition of Building K-601 located at the Department of Energy’s East Tennessee Technology Park near Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

Process Knowledge input – FSG provided information about past facility operations, including historical UF6 releases, process equipment limitations, corrective maintenance issues, materials of construction, and contaminants of concern. This information was used in the development of the successful K-601 Demolition Plan.

Non-Destructive Assay measurement – FSG provided key personnel that were used to quantify the grams of uranium remaining in abandoned process lines. These measurements were needed to meet existing nuclear safety requirements that had to be satisfied before building demolition could be authorized.

Data Quality Objectives (DQO) Team participation – FSG provided key personnel to participate in the Data Quality Objective sessions that were required to obtain regulatory approval for building demolition and debris disposal in the Environmental Management Waste Management Facility (EMWMF).

Waste Handling Plan preparation
– FSG provided key personnel that were used to either develop or support the development of the regulatory required Waste Handling Plan document.

Location: Livermore, CA
Period of Performance: 02/02/09 – Present
Contract Type: T&M

Scope of Work:
Equipment Assembly and Testing:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) provided personnel to complete the mechanical assembly of the equipment components located in a confidential client’s testing facility. Once assembly was complete, FSG personnel completed vacuum and hydrostatic testing for each component before completing the integrated test for the entire system.

Equipment Optimization:
Fairfield Service Group (FSG) provides PhDs and master level scientists to support the optimization of the existing laser technology being utilized by a Confidential client. Based on the nature of the work being conducted, no additional information is provided.

Quality Control Requirements/Compliance
ASME B31.3: Process Piping
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
Laser Safety Guidance
Project Specific QA Plan

Key Scope:
Site and Utilities Evaluation (for both construction and operation)

Key Deliverables:
Reports of all utilities on –site (13.8kV Distribution, 115 kV Line and Switch, Construction Power, CAS, Fire Protection, Fire Water, Natural Gas, Potable Water, Process Waste Water, Process Water, Sanitary Sewer, Security System, Storm Water)
Recommendations for system implementation

Task Description:
The client approached Fairfield Service Group to perform evaluations of existing utilities, future capacity requirements, and recommendations for a future nuclear facility construction effort on an existing site in North Carolina. FSG assembled a Professional Engineer-led team of qualified personnel to complete the established scope. The work was performed under the FSG Quality Program and included safeguards against proprietary and export controlled information that may be discovered.

Due to the scope being on an existing nuclear and industrial brownfield site that is over 40 years old, the primary challenge involved determining the status and capacity of existing electrical, CAS, water, and sewer systems. This included an on-site investigation by the team complete with photos of system components. The team sourced drawings for all elements from facilities and maintenance personnel, met with current employees to determine current and forecasted future use, and interviewed past employees to uncover potential problems not readily shown. FSG was also able to aid in minimizing the impact of any potential contamination from the current facility. This reduced risk for the client from potential plant downtime and remediation efforts.

Future use was determined through combining FSG team experience with information gained from meetings with client personnel and senior management. FSG aided the client in methods of optimizing operational methods and minimizing impact for both existing facilities and newly constructed ones. The work plan included drawings, data collection, calculation, and assumptions to determine a baseline needed for both construction and operation of the new facility.

FSG gave recommendations for several potential options for each system. Each option included estimates for cost and schedule derived from meeting with local construction companies, utilities, and industry experience. Each option included pros and cons, as well as impacts to existing utilities, to help the client in determining the best path forward.
The final product satisfied the needs and budget of the client, who continues to use Fairfield Service Group in other work scopes.

Location: Idaho Falls, Idaho
Period of Performance: 2006

Scope of Work:
Provided technical and project controls support to the CH-TRU and RH-TRU Project Office for contact handled and remote handled transuranic waste streams. Developed Project Retrieval Plan, budget preparation, project integration plan, Carlsbad Area Office/EPA audit preparation, equipment, and other resource identification. Coordinated the gathering of data from the retrieved drums to develop and publish the project completion report. Served as the liaison between RH-TRU Project Team and Central Characterization Project (CCP) during the startup and testing of five containers of mobile characterization equipment brought on site for the disposal of TRU waste. Developed the Project Execution Plan and modified existing documents to accelerate the review and approval of CCP documents. Coordinated and lead all document reviews of 28 CCP procedures to ensure compliance with host site safety and regulatory compliance. Coordinated all facility access badging, computer access and IT connections for 47 CCP personnel. Provided RH-TRU inventory control for the RH-TRU Project via the control and sequencing of drums retrieval from the ILTSF vaults, loading in temporary storage containers, processing through a drum vent facility and x-ray characterization facility. Coordinated the procurement, delivery and off-loading of 180 18,000# storage containers. Provided the day-to-day RH-TRU Project interface by developing and maintaining the operations loading plan for drum retrieval, lot sorting, and storage. Supported the Nuclear Facility Manager as the Supervisory Watch for all field operations, and as the operations oversight for procedure development and approval. Scheduled all maintenance and calibration of equipment and facilities used for the RH-TRU project. Provided technical support and operations input and review for the development of a transportation plan to move the RH-TRU drums between facilities. Provided management briefings, reports and graphs on daily production, supply status, and facility status. Developed seven year Project Execution Plan including cost and scheduling. A total of 3,100 m3 of CH-TRU waste and 1,500 containers of RH-TRU waste were shipped to WIPP and/or readied for shipment to WIPP. The cost for the 3-years of technical support services referenced above was a little over $828,700.00.