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Robert I. Schroder Overcrossing

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Award of Merit Transportation

Photo courtesy of Robert A. Bothman
The bridge is the centerpiece of a transit village.
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The Robert I. Schroder Overcrossing provides transit commuters and the users of the 33-mile-long, multi-use Iron Horse Trail safe passage across one of the busiest thoroughfares in the San Francisco Bay Area's Contra Costa County. The bridge is the centerpiece of a transit village consisting of a commuter railway station and a high-density residential and commercial development. The final steel-arch bridge design comes to life at night with a lighting design using sustainable LED fixtures, says the general contractor, Robert A. Bothman Inc.

Key Players

Owner: Contra Costa Public Works, Martinez

General Contractor: Robert A. Bothman Inc., San Jose

Construction Management: Hanna Group, San Jose

Engineer: ARUP, San Francisco

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Robert A. Bothman

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