Sievers-Sandberg US Army Reserve Center

aerial view of the property with orange box

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sale of the former Sievers-Sandberg US Army Reserve Enclave, also known as Camp Pedricktown. The Property is located at the corner of Crown Point Road (Rte 130) and Artillery Avenue, Oldmans Township, Salem County, New Jersey 08067. It is approximately 4 miles from Interstate 295, and 25 miles from Philadelphia. An online auction for the property is anticipated to occur in 2023. For additional information, contact the New England Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division at 617-565-5700.

Sievers-Sandberg US Army Reserve Center
GSA Case #: 1-D-NJ-0662
Maps, Plats and Plans

  1. Index [PDF - 375 KB]
  2. Partial Topographical Survey, Pedricktown USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    John J Kassner & Co, Inc
    March 21, 1986
    (Sheets 1 [PDF - 171 KB], 2 [PDF - 149 KB], 3 [PDF - 180 KB], 4 [PDF - 89 KB])
  3. Utilities
    Delaware Ordnance Depot, Pedricktown, NJ
    Sewer Map - Barracks & Shops Areas [PDF - 262 KB]
    US Army Corps of Engineers
    May 26, 1945
  4. Delaware Ordnance Depot, Pedricktown, NJ
    Water Distribution System - Barracks & Shops Areas [PDF - 312 KB]
    US Army Corps of Engineers
    December 10, 1945
  5. Army Air Defense Program, Pedricktown, NJ
    Basic Information Maps – General Sanitary Sewer Map
    Line Replacement
    US Army Corps of Engineers
    October 26, 1983
    (Sheet 4 [PDF - 151 KB])
  6. Pedricktown Army Support Facility, Pedricktown, NJ
    Sanitary Sewer Improvements - Site Plan and Construction Details
    Elson T Killam Associates Inc
    June 6, 1986
    (Sheets 1 [PDF - 305 KB] and 2 [PDF - 267 KB])
  7. Pedricktown Army Support Facility, Pedricktown, NJ
    Water Improvements - Site Plan and Construction Details
    Elson T Killam Associates Inc
    June 6, 1986
    (Sheets 1 [PDF - 305 KB] and 2 [PDF - 379 KB])
  8. Sievers-Sandberg USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Repair Existing Underground Street Lighting System at Garrison, South and Artillery Roads
    Directorate of Engineering & Housing
    March 2, 1988
    (Sheet 1 [PDF - 320 KB])
  9. Sievers-Sandberg USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Sanitary Sewer Improvements - Site Plan and Details
    Directorate of Engineering & Housing
    January 30, 1989
    (Sheet 2 [PDF - 399 KB])
  10. Sievers-Sandberg USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Sanitary Sewer Improvements – Sewer Profile & Details
    Directorate of Engineering & Housing
    April 4, 1989
    (Sheet 1 [PDF - 210 KB])
  11. Sievers-Sandberg US ARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Utilities Site Map – Sewer Line Map
    Robert Couch Associates
    May 1, 1989
    (Sheet 5 [PDF - 167 KB])
  12. Sievers-Sandberg US ARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Utilities Site Map – Storm Drainage Line Map
    Robert Couch Associates
    May 1, 1989
    (Sheet 6 [PDF - 118 KB])
  13. Sievers-Sandberg US ARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Utilities Site Map – Water Line Map and Underground Fuel Tanks
    Robert Couch Associates
    May 1, 1989
    (Sheet 7 [PDF - 632 KB])
  14. New Wastewater Lift Station and Forced Main, Sievers-Sandberg USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Foster Wheeler USA Corporation
    October 25, 1996
    (Sheets 1 [PDF - 221 KB], 2 [PDF - 441 KB], 3 [PDF - 490 KB], 4 [PDF - 422 KB], 5 [PDF - 314 KB], 6 [PDF - 593 KB], 7 [PDF - 378 KB] 8 [PDF - 189 KB], 9 [PDF - 401 KB], 10 [PDF - 389 KB], 11 [PDF - 341 KB], 12 [PDF - 314 KB], 13 [PDF - 264 KB], 14 [PDF - 204 KB], 15 [PDF - 190 KB], 16 [PDF - 344 KB], 17 [PDF - 220 KB] 18 [PDF - 345 KB])
  15. General Utility Map, Sievers-Sandberg USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    US Army Directorate of Public Works
  16. Miscellaneous
    Rehabilitation & Heating Conversion, Delaware Storage Facility, Pedricktown, NJ
    Building 273 & 282 - Architectural & Plumbing
    Cronheim & Weger
    December 10, 1959
    (Sheets 6 [PDF - 191 KB] & 8 [PDF - 276 KB])
  17. General Site Plan, Sievers-Sandberg US ARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Grounds/Maintenance/Snow Removal [PDF - 384 KB]
    Robert Couch Associates
    October 5, 1987
  18. Improvements to Pedricktown USARC Family Housing Quarters Fire Alarm System, Pedricktown, NJ
    Buildings 177, 179, 276, 277, 278
    Directorate of Engineering & Housing
    June 28, 1988
    (Sheet 12 [PDF - 235 KB])
  19. Upgrade of Heating & Ventilating Systems, Sievers Sandberg USARC, Pedricktown, NJ
    Buildings 273 & 274
    United Engineers & Constructors
    June 17, 1988
    (Sheet 5 [PDF - 170 KB])

Sievers-Sandberg US Army Reserve Center
GSA Case #: 1-D-NJ-0662
Land Holding Agency Historic Environmental Documents
Updated September 2018

  1. Index [PDF - 88 KB]
  2. 1991

    Preliminary Site Assessment Pedricktown Support Facility, Sievers-Sandberg USARC [PDF - 10 MB]
    RMC Environmental Services
    April 1991
  3. 1993

    Expanded Site Assessment Report, Pedricktown Support Facility
    Volume 1 [PDF - 19 MB] and Volume 2 [PDF - 20 MB] of 2
    Versar
    December 1993
  4. 1994

    Lead Based Paint Risk Assessment Report, Pedricktown Army Reserve Base [PDF - 2 MB]
    Buildings 120, 177, 179, 276, 277, 278
    Ogden Environmental and Energy Services, Co, Inc
    July 1994
  5. 1995

    Hazardous Waste Management Consultation [PDF - 4 MB]
    US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine (CHPPM)
    December 1995
  6. Evaluation of Structures Report, Sievers-Sandberg USARC [PDF - 6 MB]
    US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
    September 1995
  7. 1997

    PCB Transformer Survey, Camp Pedricktown [PDF - 530 KB]
    ICF Kaiser
    February 1997
  8. Environmental Baseline Survey Report, Camp Pedricktown [PDF - 12 MB]
    Woodward-Clyde
    March 1997
  9. UST System Closure Reports, Sievers Sandberg
    Buildings 404 [PDF - 1 MB], 413 [PDF - 2 MB], 235 [PDF - 1 MB], 276 [PDF - 4 MB], 277, 278, [PDF - 4 MB] 229 [PDF - 2 MB]
    EarthTech
    1997
  10. 1998

    Phase I Archeological Survey of Pedricktown Support Facility [PDF - 7 MB]
    Tetra Tech
    January 1998
  11. Historic Architectural Inventory Survey & Determination of Eligibility [PDF - 12 MB]
    Traceries
    January 1998
  12. Industrial Radiation Survey Facility Close-Out and Termination Survey [PDF - 12 MB]
    US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine (CHPPM)
    November 1998
  13. 2000

    Asbestos Abatement Final Summary Report, Camp Pedricktown [PDF - 3 MB]
    Concurrent Technologies /AEI2, LLC
    August 2000
  14. 2003

    Environmental Baseline Survey Report, Camp Pedricktown, Reserve Enclave & Corresponding Map [PDF - 12 MB]
    URS
    May 2003
  15. No Further Action (NFA) UST Letters

    Buildings 229, 235, 404,413
    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP)
    See 2012 CSAR Appendix B
    March 2003
  16. 2005

    Electrical Transformer Survey Closeout Report, Camp Pedricktown [PDF - 8 MB]
    ECG Industries, Inc
    August 2005
  17. Site Investigation of Specific Areas of Potential Environmental Concern, Reserve Enclave [PDF - 15 MB]
    Kemron Environmental Service, Inc
    June 2005
  18. Finding of Suitability to Transfer (FOST) Army-Owned Utilities [PDF - 15 MB]US Army
    May 2005
  19. 2006

    Follow-on Closure Activities, Sampling Report, Camp Pedricktown [PDF - 56 KB]
    CATI, Inc
    September 2006
  20. 2007

    Continued Site Investigation Addendum # 38 EH 0606 07,US Army Reserve Enclave [PDF - 13 MB]
    US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine (CHPPM)
    April 2007
  21. 2008

    Health Risk Assessment No. 39-DA-07ZE-08 [PDF - 298 KB]
    US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine (CHPPM)
    January 2008
  22. 2011

    Response Action Outcome Letter [PDF - 1 MB]
    PARS Environmental Inc
    (Also at 2012 CSAR Appendix A)
    April 2011
  23. Monitoring Wells Abandoned, Abandonment Records
    US Army
    See 2012 CSAR Appendix D
    October 2011
  24. 2012

    Comprehensive Site Assessment Report (CSAR), Sievers-Sandberg USARC [PDF - 4 MB]
    PARS Environmental Inc
    October 2012

    Note: This report incorrectly states (a) that the utilities/utilities distribution systems located on Sievers-Sandberg USARC were transferred out of USA ownership (Section3.23_P.23-24, Section3.2.7_P.27-28, Section3.2.8_P.28,Section3.2.9_P.28,Section3.2.10_P.29) These utilities are described in the Army's 2005 FOST and were intended to be conveyed to the Township under BRAC authority shortly after the FOST was issued as part of the larger fee parcel conveyance. However, there is no documentation provided by the Army, the Township, or in the public records that reflect that the utilities were ever conveyed out of USA ownership. (b) the PARS site boundary plan delineates that the water tower and the underlying fee are still in USA ownership. That portion of the property was conveyed to the Township (2005). See 2018 boundary survey.
  25. Decision Document Sievers Sandberg USARC [PDF - 1 MB]
    US Army
    September 2012
  26. 2013

    Asbestos Containing Material Inspection Report [PDF - 20 MB]
    Alliant Corporation
    April 2013
  27. Radiological Site Assessment Report [PDF - 4 MB]
    Terranear PMC
    July 2013
  28. 2015

    Focused Site Investigation Report, Sievers Sandberg USARC (Camp Pedricktown Reserve Enclave) [PDF - 792 KB]
    Volumes 1 and 2 of 2
    PARS Environmental Inc
    January 2015
  29. 2016

    Decision Document Amendment for CC Sire 03, 36Acre Uncontaminated Parcel [PDF - 1 MB]
    US Army
    March 2016