Passing an Audition – CIR in Beverly Hills, California

Roads & Bridges – February 2011

The letters C, I and R are not going to appear as giant fonts stuck into the side of a mountain.

Hollywood will forever be Beverly Hills’ claim to fame, but cold in-place recycling (CIR) has quickly developed a fan base in the affluent southern California city following a street-resurfacing project. The first attempt at CIR involved Canon Drive, Beverly Drive, Crescent Drive and Lomitas Avenue and saved the movie-star home base close to $1.5 million when compared to remove and replace—and money was almost an afterthought.

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