Green Solutions is a portfolio in which construction professionals can find construction resources, products and services that are more sustainable and respectful to the environment.
The company has been recognised as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for the 7th consecutive year.
HeidelbergCement’s US subsidiary, Lehigh Hanson, and Fortera have announced a collaboration to implement a new type of carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) technology in a pilot installation at Lehigh’s Redding California cement facility.
The two companies will work together to construct and operate a small commercial plant at Lehigh’s Northern California cement facility. The plant will capture CO2 from the kiln exhaust and convert it into a cementitious material that will be used to produce high quality concrete.
The company has announced the opening of the registration process to win the Architect Marcelo Zambrano Scholarship, aimed at Mexican architects.
The company has announced that it expects to recommission one of its production lines at its plant in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic.
The company has entered, for the tenth year, the ranking of the most outstanding companies in Social Responsibility (SR) and Corporate Governance of Merco Colombia.
In coordination with OVIS, CEMEX has reintroduced bighorn sheep into the wild in northwestern Mexico.
The company has announced that its aggregates team in Eastern Canada has been recognised by the Ontario Sand, Stone and Gravel Association (OSSGA) for its commitment to rehabilitation, community involvement and property enhancements efforts in 2020.
The company has announced that it has closed the last quarter with a 16.3% increase in EBITDA, has reduced its debt, and reached US$115 million in savings throughout 2020.
The company is welcoming Gustavo Adolfo Uribe, the company's new manager for the country and Central America, who, from Panama, will continue to lead the expansion and growth strategy in the region.