|Oyster Point Marina
|Design Engineering & Permitting
|November 18, 2020
|Replace two Navigational Aids
|Navigational Aids are 22 years old and have exceeded their useful life.
|Strategic Goal/Operating Impact:
|1) Comprehensive, Long-Range Planning Guides District Actions and Decision Making.
Date: September 2, 2022
NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF WORK for the San Mateo County Harbor District Oyster Point Marina Entrance Navigation Aid Replacement Project. This email is intended to notify you that work for the above referenced project shall commence on September 7, 2022.
Permit Number: BCDC Permit Amendment No. 1977.001.18
USACE Permit No. SPN-2006-400061S
WDID No. 2 CW442577
NOA Order No. R2-2018-0009
Permittee: San Mateo County Harbor District, 504 Ave Alhambra, El Granada, CA 94018
Power Engineering Construction Company was chosen as the contractor to replace the 22 year old navigational aids currently at Oyster Point Marina. They are maintained by the District and are installed to provide boaters with visible channel markers allowing for safe entry to the Marina. The pilings showed signs of severe deterioration. Exposure to the elements have resulted in the stabilization cables being rusted through and wood boring organisms have led to significant rotting of the pilings. Work will begin soon to replace these.