4B Components Ltd has celebrated the grand opening of its facility in Morton, Illinois.
Lafarge Canada’s Richmond cement plant is aiming to be the most carbon efficient cement plant in Canada.
The GCCA has set out the case for concrete and future world resilience needs at the World Built Environment Forum Summit.
Canada’s construction industry is set to reach US$304.6 billion in 2023, driven by investments in infrastructure.
The Martin Motion Robotics Team was awarded a place at the FIRST world championship by winning an Engineering Inspiration Award.
Lehigh Hanson has announced its commitment to enhancing concrete sustainability with the use of portland limestone cement and slag.
CEMEX Ventures has invested in Energy Vault to support the rapid deployment of energy storage technology using concrete blocks.
CEOs of 13 US and Global Fortune 500 companies or their subsidiaries, in collaboration with environmental groups, have issued a call for action on climate change, including an economy-wide carbon pricing policy to meet the climate challenge at the lowest possible cost.
A new finish cement grinding mill was also recently commissioned in March 2019 which ultimately enables the plant to produce to its original design capacity.
In the first three months of 2019, Argos, a cement company of Grupo Argos, reported a balance sheet with significant improvements in its figures and key indicators.
CalPortland’s Mojave mill upgrade project has been recognised at the 61st annual IEEE-IAS/PCA conference.