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Strategies for Integrating Water Resource Issue Management with the Project Implementation Process 59 3.5.2 Water Resource Issue Management in Project Execution Phase The Project Execution Phase for development projects corresponds to the time that the water resource issue management associated with construction is completed and the operational man- agement of water resource issues commences. The following water resourcerelated activities typically occur during the Project Execution Phase: · Completing the NEPA process; · Submitting permit applications and approval documentation for individual water resource issues; · Coordinating with regulators on status and timing of actions; · Receiving permits and approvals; · Modifying development project design to accommodate water resource compliance requirements; · Evaluating whether project design modification requires NEPA reassessment, consideration of alternatives, or additional mitigation requirements; · Designing, bidding, permitting, constructing, commissioning and starting up the control and mitigation measures needed to accommodate water resource compliance requirements; · Initiating monitoring of mitigation measures; and · Initiating operation of water resource issue control systems. Table 6 summarizes planning items and planning actions for the Project Execution Phase that are frequently associated with each of the four recurring steps in assessing water resource issues in development projects.
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60 A Handbook for Addressing Water Resource Issues Affecting Airport Development Planning Table 6. Planning items and actions for Project Execution Phase. Step 1: Characterize Water Resource and Water Resource Impact Planning Item Planning Action Information Types · Assess new data needs based on regulator review of permit applications Level of Detail in Data Acquisition · Plan for detailed collection for missing data to support design Timing for Data Acquisition and Analysis · Complete by start of detailed design Costs for Data Acquisition and Analysis · Obtain quotations from qualified entities Stakeholder Coordination · Meet with stakeholders at start of detailed design and construction Step 2: Plan Items and Actions for Assessing Compliance Requirements Planning Item Planning Action Permit Conditions · Review final permit conditions from regulators and mitigation commitments in NEPA approval and assess significance · Submit applications for controls Timing for Actions · Coordinate submittal dates permits and design development level · Coordinate permit effective dates with construction schedule Stakeholder Coordination · Obtain input and review on proposed permit conditions Step 3: Plan Items and Actions for Assessing Effects on Development Project from Individual Water Resource Issues Planning Item Planning Action Controls Outside of Project · Final design and construction · Submit applications for implementation of controls Timing for Actions · Coordinate submittal dates for control permits and design development level Regulatory Coordination · Meet with agencies to verify controls and permit submittal requirements Stakeholder Coordination · Coordinate among design, construction staff, and representatives for other projects Step 4: Plan Items and Actions for Consolidating Effects of Water Resource Issues on Development Project Planning Item Planning Action Design of Controls and Mitigation Measures · Ensure coordination among various design entities Timing for Actions · Coordinate submittal dates for control permits and design development level Regulatory Coordination · Meet with agencies to verify controls and permit submittal requirements Stakeholder Coordination · Coordinate among design, construction staff, and representatives for other projects