The City of La Mirada hired Civil Works to develop construction documents for roadway improvements, street resurfacing, and appurtenant infrastructure repairs as part of the City’s Measure I residential street rehabilitation projects.

Many of the neighborhood streets were constructed over 50 years ago and had reached the end of their useful pavement life. The project intent was to renovate the roadway pavement and hardscape leaving the neighborhood with a like new appearance.

The project included the assessment and rehabilitation design of 50 streets, identifying the areas where the asphalt was distressed, determining the rehabilitation method, and the repair cost of the pavement, sidewalks, curbs, and gutters.