As part of the concrete supplied, CEMEX delivered more than 4700 m3 of Vertua classic low-carbon concrete for structural elements such as the entrance porch, the V-shaped pillars supporting the buildings, the ground floor, and the slabs and pillars of some buildings.
In addition, CEMEX delivered over 1100 m3 of light grey architectural concrete for the construction of the walls of several buildings, some of which are up to 3 m high. Bouygues Construction, the company in charge of the structural works, used CEMEX Go, the company's digital platform, to order all the concrete and monitor its delivery in real-time. This digital tool optimised the site's organisation, which was essential given the tight deadlines.
The objective was to create a group of buildings capable of accommodating 750 students in the short term, then 900 in the medium term, thanks to a modular construction system. The mix of wood and concrete materials is particularly prominent in this new public building.
CEMEX is a global construction materials company that is building a better future through sustainable products and solutions. CEMEX is committed to achieving carbon neutrality through relentless innovation and industry-leading research and development. CEMEX is at the forefront of the circular economy in the construction value chain and is pioneering ways to increase the use of waste and residues as alternative raw materials and fuels in its operations with the use of new technologies. CEMEX offers cement, ready-mix concrete, aggregates, and urbanisation solutions in growing markets around the world, powered by a multinational workforce focused on providing a superior customer experience, enabled by digital technologies. Find more information here.
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