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Bannister Federal Complex Property Transfer and Redevelopment

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has partnered with CenterPoint Properties to analyze about 230 acres of the Bannister Federal Complex (BFC) and develop a remediation plan with the ultimate goal to transfer the property to a new owner for redevelopment. CenterPoint’s team characterized the site for environmental contamination and developed a remediation plan concurrent with demolition of the obsolete buildings on the property. All of the numerous work plans and other documents have undergone review by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR).

 

After a public comment period on the proposed Draft Contingent Hazardous Waste Management Facility Part I Permit modification, proposed draft final remedy and the draft Finding of Suitability for Early Transfer (FOSET) of the Bannister Federal Complex, the Missouri governor will review all the pertinent documents and determine whether the property can be transferred to a new owner. If the transfer is approved, the new owner will start the demolition and remediation work, which is expected to take up to four years and will employ hundreds of workers.

 

·         Draft Contingent Missouri Hazardous Waste Management Facility Part I Permit

·         Finding of Suitability for Early Transfer (FOSET) of the Bannister Federal Complex

 

 

Bannister Federal Complex Public Information

The Department of Energy is committed to keeping the public informed of developments during the property transfer process. Below are some publications prepared for the public and our interested stakeholders.

·         BFC Overview

·         Environmental History Timeline

·         Community Involvement Plan

·         Public Notices/Press Releases

·         Fact sheets/Newsletters

 

 

Visit the following websites for additional information:

Bannister Transformation & Development

Missouri Department of Natural Resources

United States Environmental Protection Agency