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CEMEX supplies cement for Montenegro's construction boom

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CEMEX has announced that CEMEX Croatia is contributing building materials to Montenegro’s infrastructure boom including three mixed-use resorts and a highway.

CEMEX supplies cement for Montenegro's construction boom

For the Smokovac-Mateševo section of the Bar-Boljare highway, the largest engineering project currently under development in Montenegr, CEMEX has supplied over 280 000 t of cement. This 4 km long section of highway, is expected to require the construction of 32 tunnels and 45 bridges and viaducts—rising from 63 to 1100 m above sea level.

CEMEX is also supplying over 200 000 t of cement for the Portonovi, Porto Montenegro, and Luštica Bay projects. These three mixed-use resorts offer luxurious accommodations, including a marina and yacht clubs, to attract high-end tourism to the Adriatic coast.

“We are very pleased to see Montenegro’s increased construction activity, which will significantly impact the quality of life and overall economic prospects of Montenegro, said Velimir Vilovic, Director of CEMEX Croatia. "CEMEX is extremely proud to contribute to this positive development by delivering superior building solutions to our clients, who are engaged in the construction of key projects in Montenegro’s infrastructure and tourism sectors.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/14052018/cemex-supplies-cement-for-montenegros-construction-boom/

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