beach platform

beach platform

[′bēch ‚plat‚fȯrm]
(geology)
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Moreover, 3,600 cubic metres (approximately 7,200 tonnes) of natural beach shingle was excavated, tested for any presence of contaminants (there weren't any) and then used to create a temporary beach platform that supported the large crawler crane and materials required for the subsequent tower build.
Steps lead down to the waterfront with stone beach platforms, sun loungers and kayaks to explore the bay.