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Estimated
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FY 1974

Funding Required
After FY 1974 to
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SECTION A

Obligations for Construction Projects

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Total
Estimated

Cost

Project No.
74-1-a

Title
Additional facilities, high level waste storage,

Savannah River, South Carolina

$ 14,000,000

74-1-b

Replacement ventilation, air filter, F chemical

separations area, Savannah River, South Carolina

5,200,000

74-1-c

Calcined solids storage and plant safety improve

ments, Idaho Chemical Processing Plant,
National Reactor Testing Station, Idaho

3,000,000

3,000,000

74-1-d

Cooling tower fire protection, gaseous diffusion

plants

3,300,000

74-l-e

New purge cascade, gaseous diffusion plant, Oak

Ridge, Tennessee

5,900,000

74-1-f

Plant liquid effluent pollution control, gaseous

diffusion plants

8,000,000

74-1-8

Cascade uprating program, gaseous diffusion

plants, partial AE only

20,000,000

74-1-h

Transuranium contaminated solid waste treatment

development facility, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, New Mexico

1,650,000

74-7

General plant projects

10,000,000

73-1-a

73-1-d

In-tank solidification systems auxiliaries,

Richland, Washington
Component test facility, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Construction planning and design funds
Net

2,500,000 27,400,000

6,200,000

15,900,000

4,575,000

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Rover fuels processing facilities, National

$ 3,250,000

$ 1,550,000

$ 1,700,000

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Gaseous diffusion production support facilities

Construction planning and design funds

107,020,000 -1,120,000 105,900,000

Net

50,200,000

45,700,000

10,000,000

73-1-h

Reactor Testing Station, Idaho

73-2-a

Atmospheric pollution control facilities,

heavy water plant, Savannah River,
South Carolina

4,300,000

2,500,000

1,800,000

72-1-f

Component preparation laboratories, multiple

sites
Construction planning and design funds
Net ......

27,000,000

-700,000
26,300,000

19,300,000

7,000,000

71-l-e

71-1-f

Process equipment modifications, gaseous

diffusion plants Total Nuclear Materials Program Construction

172,100,000 $412,075,000

20,900,000 $ 101,650,000

70,000,000 $187, 250,000

81,200,000 $123,175,000

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Project 74-1-a Additional facilities, high level waste storage,

Sayannah River

South Carolina

$6,000,000

This project provides for the installation of four additional high level waste storage tanks, a high level waste evaporator, and associated waste transfer piping in the waste storage tank farm serving the F chemical separations plant at Savannah River.

Initiation of this project in FY 1974 is necessary in order to provide additional waste storage and evaporation capacity in
the F area by early FY 1977, when existing capacity in the F area will be fully utilized.

The $6.0 million dollars for FY 1974 will be required for design, construction, including excavation, procurement of steel,
and general procurement of auxiliary equipment for the waste storage facilities. The net increase in operating cost is
expected to be about $200,000 per year.

Details of Cost Estimate: *

Item Cost

Total Cost

a.

$ 1,250,000
11,500,000

b.

$ 50,000
11,400,000

Engineering, Design and Inspection Costs at Approximately 10% of Construction Costs,
Item b
Construction
(1) Improvements to Land Roads, Fences, Grading
(2) Special Facilities
(a) Four steel tanks and liners

$4,875,000
(b) Concrete foundations and encasement

2,000,000
(c) Evaporator and transfer facilities

1,225,000
(d) Process equipment and piping

3,000,000
(e) Instrumentation, electrical and misc. process services

300,000
(3) Utilities
(a) Storm and process sewers

50,000
Subtotal
Contingency at Approximately 10% of Above Costs

Total Project Cost

50,000

12,750,000

1,250,000 $14,000,000

*Based on partial conceptual design.

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Project 74-1-b Replacement ventilation air filter, F chemical separations area Savannah River South Carolina .. $5,200,000 This project provides for construction of a replacement sand filter for ventilation air exhausted from the F Area chemical separations production facility. The proposed new sand filter will be contained in a concrete enclosure currently envisaged to be 360 feet by 100 feet by 18 feet deep. The filter bed will consist of evenly distributed and stratified layers of supporting materials and filter media. Air supply and return tunnels will also be provided. The design basis for the current estimate of cost includes a concrete structure containing a bed of graded stone and sand approximately 8 feet thick, an air distribution system of corrosion resistant materials, and an air velocity through the filter of 5 feet per minute. Because of the observed deterioration in the existing filter structure on the inlet side (presumably due to acid corrosion), changes will be made in design and materials of construction to minimize such deterioration in the new filter. The four existing exhaust fans will be modified to operate at higher speeds and will be equipped with higher horsepower motors. The normal electric power supply for the new motors will be increased in capacity through installation of a new transformer. It is necessary to filter the exhaust air from a chemical separations (fuel reprocessing) plant in order to protect the environment against particulate releases of radioactivity into the plant ventilatia system due to accident or process upset. Initiation of this project in FY 1974 is required to assure continuity of production in the F chemical separations area because the bed support members of the existing sand filter in the area of the air supply laterals are progressively deteriorating, and because the pressure drop through the filter bed has doubled s ince initial operation in 1954. The F Area sand filter is approaching the end of its useful service life. Research and development on this project is estimated to be $100,000, of which $40,000 and $60,000 will be used in FY 1973 and FY 1974, respectively.

Details of Cost Estimate: *

Item Cost

Total Cost

a.

$ 600,000 3,800,000

b.

$ 60,000 3,190,000

Engineering, Design and Inspection Costs at Approximately 15% of Construction Costs, Item b Construction (1) Improvements to Land (2) Buildings and Other Structures

(a) Sand filter 100' x 360' x 18' deep, includes supply and return tunnels

(b) Exhaust tunnel from fan to sand filter (3) Special Facilities

(a) F canyon separations, includes stainless steel duct, seals, liners etc. (b) Tie into existing fan house (c) Electric facilities for fan house, with new motors (d) Instrumentation (e) Rebalance air supply

$3,100,000

90,000

340,000

125,000

50,000
110,000
20,000
35,000

*Based on partial conceptual design.

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(4) Utilities

(a) 1,000 KVA substation, includes feeders and switches (b) Supply services; well, storm sewers, ventilation, lighting, fire line,

etc.
(5) Removal Cost

Subtotal
Contingency at Approximately 20% of Above Costs

Total Project Cost

20,000

4,400,000

800,000 $5,200,000

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Idaho Chemical Processing Plant

National

Project 74-1-c Calcined solids storage and plant safety improvements,

Reactor Testing Station, Idaho

$3,000,000

This project provides at the Idaho Chemical Processing Plant (ICPP), National Reactor Testing Station, for (a) additional waste solids storage bins to contain highly radioactive solids from the Waste Calcining Facility (WCF), (b) the relocation of eating facilities away from process areas and (c) the modification of the main building entryway and employee change room to improve contamination control and prevent the spread of contamination.

The waste solids storage addition will consist of a concrete vault, largely below grade, containing stainless steel bins in which highly radioactive calcined solids will be stored, and two small, separate, enclosed rooms one for instrumentation, and the other to house a cyclone separator and block valves in the transport air system. The solids storage addition and all associated utilities and transport air system will be integrated into, and will be compatible with, the existing WCF and existing solid storage facilities. The design will include provisions for retrievability of the calcined wastes.

The plant safety improvements will include: (1) constructing either a single story, pumice block, multipurpose building or an addition to the chemical processing plant facility to house the cafeteria-lunchroom, operator training center, and a few administrative offices, and (2) expanding the employee change room with modifications of the main building entryway to improve the separation of "clean" and regulated areas for minimizing the spread of contamination.

Vacated space in the existing eating area will be converted into engineering support offices to help alleviate overcrowded
conditions now existing; cafeteria equipment, now in the existing eating area, will be relocated to the multipurpose build-
ing location. All utilities for the buildings, primarily water, steam, and electricity, will be provided from existing

sources.

Initiation of this project in FY 1974 is required to provide additional solids storage facilities to contain calcined solids resulting from operation of the WCF. Existing solids waste storage facilities will be filled by the end of FY 1976. In addition, modification to the ICPP facilities are necessary to update them to present contamination control standards, as well as to provide improved support facilities to meet current stringent standards for contamination control and personnel protection.

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