CEMEX USA fuels projects for Houston’s Memorial City
Published by Lucy Stewardson,
CEMEX USA has announced that it is continuing its contributions to the growth of Memorial City, west of Houston, supplying several construction projects in the bustling area for developer MetroNational. This will help to provide hundreds of thousands of square feet of residential, office, and hospitality space.
CEMEX recently wrapped up its involvement in The McAdams, an eight storey, luxury mid-rise apartment complex located near the heart of Memorial City. The company has supplied nearly 25 000 yd3 of ready-mixed concrete for the project, which has more than 300 residential units and amenities, including a rooftop, resort-style pool, a private rooftop pet park, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, and posh resident lounge.
Over the past year, CEMEX finished supplying another luxury building for MetroNational, providing 22 000 yd3 of ready-mixed concrete for The McCarthy, a luxury high-rise apartment complex that is part of a 15 storey building. The McCarthy’s eight storeys sit atop the Hotel ZaZa Memorial City, a 159 room boutique hotel. The entire building, which provides breathtaking views of Memorial City was completed in 2018.
CEMEX has worked with MetroNational on multiple projects in Memorial City, including the LEED Platinum MetroNational Headquarters Treehouse Building, 10100 Katy Freeway, a LEED Gold building that houses CEMEX USA Headquarters, and Air Liquide Center. Within the last five years, the company has provided more than 200 000 yd3 of ready-mixed concrete for MetroNational projects.
“Texas is growing rapidly, and with even more development expected in the next few years, CEMEX is well-positioned to meet the challenge of that growth,” said Ignacio Madridejos, President of CEMEX USA. “We are proud our cement, aggregates, and ready-mixed concrete have fuelled the expansion of Memorial City for years, while enhancing the accessibility and aesthetics of the entire area.”
“CEMEX USA is a long-standing and integral partner in the development and redevelopment of mixed-use properties across Memorial City,” said Jason Johnson, President of MetroNational. “With their US headquarters located in one of our premier office buildings at the Northwest Corner of Gessner and the Katy Freeway, it is gratifying that their nearly 200 employees enjoy the amenities that are the result of our dual efforts.”
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