Daily Report

CPUC/ANF Environmental Monitoring Activities

Pacific Pipeline Construction Project

Aspen Environmental Group Thursday, December 17, 1998

The following is a brief summary of the environmental monitoring activities that were completed on December 17, 1998. This summary is based on reports directly received from the field and has not been edited. If you have any questions please contact (818) 597-3407. Please note the item number and the correction that should be made. This report is intended to serve as a communication document and as an instrument for quality control.

Construction Highlights

12/17/98 (Thursday)

Segment 1 report for 12/17/98: At Emidio Pump Station, testing of the equipment continued. Backfill was in progress at the Stream Crossing #4 bore (EMP 9.03) and the Tecuya Creek/I-5 bore (EMP 9.83). Pipe was being pushed through the California Aqueduct bore (EMP 12.28). Casing is being installed in both the Stream Crossing #9 bore (EMP 15.35) and the Tejon Bench/I-5 bore (16.49). On Grapevine Rd. conduit has been placed to EMP 15.78. Shading and compaction occurred to EMP 15.69. At Grapevine Pump Station, PG&E erected the power pole and lines were being installed to the substation. On Tejon Bench shading continued from EMP 16.67 to 16.59. Excavation continued to 18.00. On Lebec Rd. excavation continued (working south) to EMP 21.66. Excavation working north continued to EMP 21.70. Tie-in of pipe occurred between the Cuddy Creek Tributary bore and the Cuddy Creek directional drill from EMP 25.46 to 25.40.

Inspection Summar

In the past 24 hours, 3 inspection event(s) were reported for 3 spread(s). Of these inspections, 0 were non-compliance event(s). Also 0 non-compliance resolution report(s) was resolved.

Non-Compliance Reports (NCR's) Issued

No new non-compliance reports were issued during the last reporting period.

Non-Compliance Resolution Reports (NCRR's) Issued

No new non-compliance reports were issued during the last reporting period.

Summary of Follow-up Items for Today

No follow-up items were reported for today.

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