Asphalt Removal and Replacement at Compton Industrial Waste Facility

Cold Planing Asphalt in Compton

Compton Industrial Waste Facility Maintenance Project:

On a cloudy overcast Saturday in Southern California, Century Paving asphalt repair crews were busy  working at a local Waste Treatment Facility. The scope of the project was to perform 6″ of asphalt removal and replacement. Since the facility’s operations are very busy during the week it was important to the client to schedule the work on a Saturday. In order to perform the removal in a quick and efficient manner a 4′ Wirtgen cold milling machine was used to perform the removal. On this day approximately 200 tons of grindings were generated in approximately 1.5 hours. After the milling, the crews will clean the loose grindings and prepare for asphalt paving.

About Century Paving:

Century Paving is a general engineering contractor specializing in asphalt and concrete maintenance and repair. We offer a complete line of services to support your maintenance needs. Century Paving is based in Southern California and has a sister office in Northern California. Century Paving was established in 1974 and has successfully completed over 10,000 projects both large and small. Our staff and crews focus on quality work at a reasonable price.

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