Powertrain PN64026 Environmental Assessment (EA)

Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD), located at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas (NASCC), proposes to continue the construction of a replacement facility for the existing CCAD Building 8. This Proposed Action is a continuation of a project previously analyzed in a 2009 Environmental Assessment (EA) entitled, “Corpus Christi Army Depot Building 8 Replacement Facility.”

This EA documents and discloses the environmental impacts that would potentially result from the Proposed Action. The issues presented have been researched, given the best available data on CCAD and NASCC. For the purpose of this EA, the No Action Alternative is considered the baseline for comparison to the Proposed Action Alternative. Based on the potential for significant environmental impacts from the Proposed Action, certain issues were designated for detailed study while other issues were eliminated. The resource areas addressed in detail within this document are Physical Environment (Geology, Soils, and Water Resources), Biological Environment, Historical and Cultural Resources, Socioeconomics, Land Use, Noise, Air Quality, Utilities and Infrastructure, Hazardous Materials, Air Quality, and Visual and Scenic Resources.

    1) CCAD Draft FNSI PN64026 06.10.15
    2) CCAD Draft EA PN64026 06.10.15
    3) Appd A - IICEP.redacted
    4) Appd B - SA 23-13 - APPROVED.redacted
    5) Appd C - SW Eval CCAD
    6) Appd D - WWDR CCAD
    7) Appd E - TE Report CCAD
    8) Appd F - Req for SHPO Consult CCAD redacted
    9) Appd G - ISSA.redacted
    10) Appd H - Air Emission Calcs
    11) Appd I - NOA

 

 

Designated a Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for rotary wing aircraft, Corpus Christi Army Depot ensures aviation readiness through overhaul, repair, modification, retrofit, testing, recapitalization, and modernization of helicopters, engines and components. This effort includes world-wide on-site field maintenance teams, analytical crash investigations and chemical material process facilities. CCAD serves as a depot training base for active duty Army, National Guard, and reserve units. CCAD, as South Texas' largest industrial employer, employs more than 5500 personnel and contractors providing an overall economic impact of more than $1.14 Billon to the local community.