According to GlobalData, Washington is the US state with the highest pipeline value of construction projects that are in the execution stage, and this is reflected in the rapid growth the state has seen in construction activity over the past eight years.
The cement industry has recently recognised Roanoke Cement Company (RCC) with top honours for Outreach in the 2020 Portland Cement Association (PCA) Cement Industry Energy and Environment Awards.
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) has awarded the Holcim Holly Hill cement plant in South Carolina with its 2020 Land Stewardship award, which recognises an industry participant that “goes above and beyond” what is required to provide environmental solutions at a facility.
The company participated as a strategic ally in the construction of the La Línea Tunnel delivering nearly 700 000 m3 of high-strength concretes for the project.
The company has announced that it will host a virtual conversation with CEO, Fernando A. González, to discuss business and financial strategy.
The Lafarge Canada Hub City Paving team recently helped support the development of road infrastructure for Ahousaht Nation in Maaqtusiis, Flores Island BC.
The company has announced that it will join some of the world’s leading cement and concrete companies in the ‘2050 Climate Ambition’, which aims to deliver a society with carbon neutral concrete by 2050.
The Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation has certified Argos Savannah (Georgia) and Martinsburg (West Virginia) plants for their achievements and commitment to conservation initiatives.
Votorantim Cimentos has recently awarded an order to AUMUND Ltda, São Paulo, for the replacement of a pan conveyor at its Xambioá plant in the state of Tocantins.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has awarded ENERGY STAR® certification to Argos cement plants located in Roberta, Alabama, and Harleyville, South Carolina.
Argos has been recognised in fourth place in the innovation ranking carried out by the Colombian National Association of Entrepreneurs (ANDI) in alliance with the Dinero Magazine.
The company has supplied more than 70 000 cubic metres of concrete for the second largest vehicle storage building in the world.
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.
The company has announced that its Board of Directors approved a 4% increase in its quarterly cash dividend, raising it from US$0.55 per share to US$0.57 per share on the company’s outstanding common stock.