A striking example of structural concrete's compatibility with imaginative architecture is provided by a new chapel at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, California. Three graceful, double shafted concrete spires identify the chapel location from more than a mile away. A system combining conventional forming and slip-forming was used. The system consisted of erecting 16 foot high form sections, at the proper batter, but placing to a depth of only 14 feet. When the concrete had attained sufficient hardness, bulkheads were stripped and the 2 foot overlap at the top became the bottom of the next trimmed down bulkheads. More scaffolding was erected, the forming hauled upward by hoist, new bulkheads inserted, and the next 14 foot lift place. Then the whole process was repeated until the spire top was reached.