Boston, MA United States | 2002
This $11 million railroad grade separation project was designed to improve traffic flow, as well as enhance pedistrian and vehicle safety in the area. By lowering the boulevard and constructing a new bridge for the BNSF Railroad, the scope of work included bridge and retaining walls and roadway and intersection improvements. The 4,000 feet of galvanized fence panels were a major part of beautifying the walkways and frontage roads separating the rail tracks and neighboring houses. Cal Trans and BNSF first partnered with the City of Pico Rivera, and Brutoco Engineering completed the project while understanding the importance of galvanizing all exposed metal. Some duplex coating was also incorporated to add a flair of color.
Bridge & Highway
Pico Rivera, CA United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Prior HDG Experience
Fence Panels and Railings.
Crane Veyor Corp.
Brutoco Engineering and Construction
Los Angeles Galvanizing Co.
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