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Mayor Michael Bloomberg and State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver deliver good news that Fiterman Hall will be rebuilt.

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Decontamination Plan for Fiterman Hall Approved
“We are pleased that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the decontamination plan for Fiterman Hall of the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) in downtown Manhattan.

“This will enable this important project to move forward. I would like to thank all the federal, state and city officials who have been working with the EPA and, especially, New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver. Speaker Silver played a critical role in opening a dialogue between downtown residents, community leaders and all parties involved in the deconstruction and remediation process. We look forward to continuing this ongoing dialogue.

“Our goal continues to be to take the damaged building down safely and to replace it with a new facility. This will meet both the educational needs of BMCC’s student body — currently 20,000 students — and the community of lower Manhattan, which is looking for continued progress in the post-9/11 rebuilding of their community.”

-Chancellor Goldstein

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Newly revised Emergency Action Plan.
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April 30, 2007
On April 27 the EPA approved the background data--air monitoring results when no work is ongoing--from the Fiterman Hall air monitoring system. With this approval attained, work to build the scaffold commenced today. Regulatory comments on the project remediation plan are expected shortly from the EPA.
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Fiterman Public Hearing
3/21 Fiterman Public Hearing pt 1
3/21 Fiterman Public Hearing pt 2
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1/30 Fiterman Hall information Session pt 1
1/30 Fiterman Hall information Session pt 2
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March 27, 2007
On Friday, March 23, 2007, the EPA approved Fiterman Hall Scaffold Plans. Airtek Environmental Corp., the environmental consultant for the project, has installed air monitors and started the required two - week background sampling period. After sampling results from this period have been reviewed by the EPA, we anticipate the work to install the scaffold will commence in mid-April.

 

• Remediation and Deconstruction of Fiterman Hall
View Vice Chancellor Weinshall's opening statement and the presentation from the 3/20/09 Community Advisory Committee Hearing.

• Fiterman Hall Air Monitoring Results
Updates of air monitoring data by Airtek
5/18/07


• Emergency Action and Community Notification Plan
4/30/07

• Daily Activites from lowermanhattan.info

• Dormitory Authority Selects Firm to Clean and Demolish Fiterman Hall, A CUNY Building Damaged on September 11th


All Project Documents

Deconstruction Phase Submittal Documents (04/25/08)

Remediation Phase Submittal Documents (03/07/08)

Scaffold Phase Submittal Documents (8/29/07)

Response to Comments from David Newman of NYCOSH, dated 12/20/06, on the proposed Fiterman Hall Remediation Submission (1/22/06)

2002 Environmental Reports

Documents from lowermanhattan.info

View Fiterman Slideshow

Related Links
EPA Response to September 11
LowerManhattan.info

 

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