day beacon

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day beacon

[′dā ‚bē·kən]
(navigation)
An unlighted structure serving as an aid to navigation in the daytime.
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Work includes mobilization and demobilization; a pre-dredge hazard survey of the borrow areas and optional construction access channels for the breakwaters to identify uncharted pipelines or obstructions; hydraulic dredging and placement of up to 284,000 CY of silty sand sediments for construction of marsh mounds within shallow submerged state-owned lands; installation and removal of grade control markers; installation and removal of silt fence; multiple movements of dredge material discharge pipe to achieve designated topography; planting the marsh mounds with spartina alterniflora; breakwater construction; daybeacon construction; and multiple hydrographic and topographic surveys for measurement, payment substantiation, and work acceptance purposes.