Congratulations to the City of Union City, Contra Costa County, and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) on their recognition at the APWA Northern California Chapter 2019 Annual Project Awards. WRECO was honored to be a part of the teams for these exciting projects, and looks forward to future collaboration. The award-winning projects included:
City of Union City’s H Street Green Street Improvement Project – Environment – Projects less than $5M. WRECO was the prime consultant on this pioneering green-street project to create a greener, more pedestrian-friendly neighborhood along H Street in the Decoto District of Union City. WRECO’s stormwater infrastructure design consisted of a series of stormwater bioretention planters and permeable paving areas that captured, retained, and treated stormwater runoff onsite while providing an improved drainage design for H Street. (Check out our video here!)
Contra Costa County’s Marsh Creek Road Bridges Replacement – Structures – Projects less than $5M. WRECO provided the County with hydrologic and hydraulic studies as well as a range of environmental permitting support services on this project to replace the bridge in an unincorporated area of Contra Costa County. Mark Thomas and Company was the designer of the bridge.
Photo courtesy of the CCTA
CCTA’s State Route 4/Balfour Road Interchange – Transportation – Projects $25-75M. Caltrans and the CCTA are widening and replacing a segment of State Route 4. Phase 1 of the project involved expanding State Route 4 from Balfour Road to San Jose Avenue from two to four lanes, including construction of an elevated crossing over Balfour Road and modifications to existing on- and off-ramps. WRECO provided hydraulics, drainage, and stormwater management design services. Quincy Engineering was the lead roadway designer on this project.
Congratulations again from all of us at WRECO!
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