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.
The company has provided 80 000 cubic metres of concrete for the newly integrated transport network that will connect metro lines and redesigned bus routes to sea and air connections.
The company is to continue working with recycled concrete after conducting projects in which recycled material was used as Holcim exposed concrete.
The Lafarge Canada Hub City Paving team recently helped support the development of road infrastructure for Ahousaht Nation in Maaqtusiis, Flores Island BC.
The 2019 Holcim Germany Group is to publish the environmental performances of the production sites Beckum, Bremen, Dortmund, Dotternhausen, Duisburg, Duisburg-Schwelgern, Höver, Lägerdorf and Salzgitter.
The company recorded global net revenue of R$3.9 billion in the second quarter of 2020, an increase of 18% as compared to the same period in 2019.
Lafarge Infrastructure has been awarded the Main Street/Dollarton Highway Interchange contract – the final phase of the US$198 million Highway 1 Lower Lynn Improvement Project in Metro Vancouver.
Self-compacting Alkali-Activated Concrete was jointly developed with the Master Builders Solutions experts from BASF.
The companies will work together to further develop the first digital platform for road design optimisation, ORIS.