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Argos USA Corp supplies concrete for Super Bowl stadium

29 January 2019, Published under Cement News

Argos USA Corp has been a key supplier in the construction of the 83,000-seat Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, the venue for the Super Bowl 2019 between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams on 3 February. Argos was chosen to deliver more than 200,000yd 3 of concrete (ready-mix) that were needed for the building. The project required more than 25,000 trips of mixer trucks. To accomplish with the technical and strength specifications of the 19 mega columns that support the stadium, d...

Holcim Philippines amends its Articles of Incorporation

03 January 2019, Published under Cement News

The Securities and Exchange Commission has given Holcim Philippines Inc (LafargeHolcim group) approval to amend its Articles of Incorporation to provide technical support for ready-mix cement plants. "The amendment will enable Holcim Philippines to provide technical support to ready-mix (RMX) plants and contractors on various quality control, optimisation, solutions development and skills upgrade," said Holcim Philippines. The change in the company's secondary purpose will not effect its c...

Cemex helps build new Sinai tunnel connection

24 May 2018, Published under Cement News

Through a joint venture with Orascom Construction and The Arab Contractors (Osman Ahmed Osman & Co), Cemex is supplying 350,000m 3 of concrete and 160,000t of cement for the construction of two tunnels that extend from the outskirts of the city of Port-Said in northeast Egypt to the Sinai Peninsula, passing under the Suez Canal. The project is part of the Egyptian government's plan for the development of the Sinai Peninsula by improving accessibility. Historically, the only access to Si...

Cemex will supply concete for Mexico City's new international airport

03 October 2017, Published under Cement News

Cemex has announced  it will supply 320,000m 3 of concrete for the Terminal Building of Mexico City’s new international airport. In addition to the Terminal, Cemex previously announced the supply of 845,000m 3 of concrete for the construction of Runway 2, of which 770,000m 3 will be utilised for the cemented base. The Terminal Building will be "X" shaped and comprise a surface area of approximately 734,000m 2 distributed on four levels, as well as 95 fixed contact doors and 68 remot...

Cemex divests of its Pacific Northwest Materials business in the US

18 April 2017, Published under Cement News

Cemex announced that one of its subsidiaries in the US has signed a definitive agreement for the sale of its Pacific Northwest Materials Business to Cadman Materials Inc, a LehighHanson company and US subsidiary of HeidelbergCement Group, for approximately US$150m. The proceeds obtained from this transaction will be used mainly for debt reduction and for general corporate purposes. The closing of this transaction is subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions, including approval...

France: Cemex highlights involvement in Grand Paris project

21 December 2016, Published under Cement News

Cemex has released details of its work on the Grand Paris infrastructure project, the largest such programme in France. The company has supplied over 55,000m 3 of concrete for the extension of the Paris Metro, participated in the construction of the ZAC Clichy Batignolles Development Area and provided logistical support for the whole development. “We are proud to participate in monumental projects like the Grand Paris, which will not only reshape the iconic city of Paris, but also improv...

USA: Cemex to supply Florida Highway project

04 August 2016, Published under Cement News

Cemex USA is participating in the I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project, a 21-mile reconstruction of Central Florida’s main interstate highway. This is the largest and most complex infrastructure project currently underway in Florida, USA. The I-4 Improvement Project will upgrade interchanges and bridges for the communities in Orange and Seminole Counties. Cemex is expected to supply more than 4900 truckloads of reinforced ready-mix concrete pipe and more than 375,000 of the 620,000 cubic yards...

PPC's acquisition of 3Q Mahuma Concrete approved

14 April 2016, Published under Cement News

South Africa's Competition Tribunal yesterday approved,without condition, PPC's acquisition of 3Q Mahuma Concrete, the largest independently owned ready-mix concrete supplier in southern Africa. The Competition Commission had recommended the tribunal approve the acquisition without conditions, but by late yesterday the tribunal had not communicated its decision. PPC previously disclosed that it planned to acquire the company for a maximum of ZAR183m (US$12.48m). It said the proposed ...

Polish competition watchdog approves proposed Gorazdze acquisitions on condition

20 October 2015, Published under Cement News

The Polish Competition and Consumer Protection Office (UOKiK) has approved the acquisition of Duda Kruszywa and Duda Beton by Gorazdze Cement on condition that Gorazdze sells the concrete unit in Olszowa to avoid limiting market competition. Both Duda Kruszywa, which is an aggregate producer, and Duda Beton, a producer of ready-mixed concrete, are currently owned by the Opole-based firm JD.

SCG Cement outlines additional Cambodian spend

25 August 2015, Published under Cement News

SCG Cement has outlined an additional investment of US$200-300m into Cambodia over the next five years, according to Aree Chavalitcheewingul, vice president for regional business of SCG Cement-Building Materials. According to Thai media, the five-year investment plan includes adding a third line to its Kampotcement plant, southern Cambodia, where SCG commenced the second production line in mid-2015. SCG also plans to double its network of ready-mix concrete plants in the country. "We hav...