Bay Bridge Race Shows the Power of Risk and Reward

June 2007
ENR: Engineering News-Record;6/4/2007, Vol. 258 Issue 20, p47
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the success of contractor C. C. Myers in rebuilding a major transportation artery near San Francisco-Oakland Bridge in California. The author mentions the bid of C. C. Myers for the project which has a total of $867,075 which was budgeted by the California Department of Transportation. The firm worked on the project in only 18 days which made it earn the maximum bonus for early completion of $5 million.


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