The companies have announced their investment in Voyage Control, a UK-based startup that offers a digital platform to facilitate construction logistics and on-site coordination.
The company has announced that it is supplying Vertua, its lower carbon concrete, for the construction of Warsaw’s P180 office building, a sustainable project that prioritises the environment and wellbeing of its occupants.
The targets are a key component of Future in Action, CEMEX’s programme focused on developing low-carbon products, solutions, and processes to transition to a net-zero carbon company by 2050.
The company has announced that as part of its growth strategy, it has signed an agreement to expand its presence in the regions of Madrid and the Balearic Islands.
As part of its ‘Future In Action’ Climate Action Strategy commitment to deliver net-zero CO2 concrete to all customers by 2050, CEMEX has highlighted a selection of specialist renovation products that support the retrofit agenda and are suited to a diverse selection of applications and environments.
The company is continuing to gain ground on its Future in Action commitment through partnerships with the private sector, local government units and other organisations working towards a sustainable future.
The company has announced that, as part of its growth strategy, it will increase capacity in Guatemala with the construction of a new cement grinding mill that is expected to be completed in early 2023.
The company has announced that it will work together with Volvo Construction Equipment and Volvo Trucks to develop a zero-emissions fleet with electromobility solutions that aligns with CEMEX’s climate action programme, Future in Action.
The framework further aligns CEMEX’s corporate sustainability commitments to its financing strategy, as part of its Future in Action programme.
The world-renowned architectural firm, Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, designed the project to integrate marine and terrestrial nature with architecture and the human world.