The company has supplied the material for Germany’s first printed residential building made of concrete.
The World Cement Association has announced the launch of Phase I of its PEGASUS 2020 project, a multi-company benchmarking and performance-improvement initiative for WCA Corporate Members.
According to GlobalData, the Belgian construction industry is expected to post a recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, and grow at an annual average rate of 2.7% between 2021 – 2024.
The company has recently celebrated the ceremony for its new site covering over 45 000 metres squared.
The company has been included in the ‘FORTUNE 2020 Change the World’ list, which highlights companies around the world that have generated a social impact through activities that are part of their business strategy.
The Norwegian government has proposed to the Norwegian parliament the launch of the carbon capture project at the HeidelbergCement’s Norcem cement plant in Brevik, Norway.
The companies have announced the signing of an exclusive 5-year contract for the development and commercialisation of low-carbon cement.
The company is presenting its new strategy ‘Beyond 2020’ at this year's Capital Markets Day. Key elements of the strategy are new medium-term financial and sustainability targets that the Group aims to achieve by 2025.
With its global open innovation platform LH MAQER, LafargeHolcim is inviting talented data and technical minds to reinvent sustainable cities by participating in HackZurich, Europe's largest hackathon, on 18 – 20 September 2020.