Document Details

Disassemble 30 Pieces of Unused Shop Equipment
Nook, J C [comp.; Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Incorporated]
Subject Terms:
Beryllium; Construction
Document Location:
DOE INFORMATION CENTER 1 Way, Oak Ridge, TN 37831; Eva Butler; Phone: 865-241-4780; Toll-Free: 800-382-6938, Option 6; FAX: 865-574-3521; Email:
Document Categories:
General, Miscellaneous, Administrative and Historical\General
Document Type:
Publication Date:
1995 Feb 16
Declassification Status:
Never classified
Document Pages:
Accession Number:
Document Number(s):
95-0218; Work Order 013151; WorkOrder013151
Originating Research Org.:
Department of Energy-Oak Ridge Operations Office
OpenNet Entry Date:
1995 Feb 28
Labor Standards Committee Case Report: This work authorization is for the dismantling of 30 pieces of antiquated and unused shop equipment currently located on the north end of Building 3044, P&E maintenance shop. Authorization for accomplishing the requested task in a safe and timely manner will involve a concerted effort by means of multiple craft crews. The estimate for this work is based on the utilization of standard labor estimating techniques. An estimate of this cost for the disassembly of existing unused shop equipment was broken down into task and craft specific activities which must be accomplished to complete the job. Scope of work will involve draining oil out of each individual machine, dismantling all mechanical components from machines, disconnect and terminate electrical services from machines at existing overhead electrical bus, remove approximately 200 linear feet of existing 4" diameter machine exhaust ducting from main duct trunk line and cap, fabrication, installation, and removal of prefabbed containment tents during the disassembly of selective Beryllium-contaminated machines, loading and removing all equipment pysically from north end of Building 3044 shop, and general housekeeping of area once equipment has been totally vacated from facility. The north end of this facility has been unusable for several years due to the legacy of the existing equipment. Removal of this equipment will allow reuse of the facility as is. Future plans for the available shop space once equipment has been removed will be used to relieve overcrowding in other P&E shops and the consolidation of spread out activities. This work is essentially normal routine operations support which will require Health Physics surveillance and it is proposed that P&E work forces will perform the job. $142,300.

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