Cemex USA

CEMEX USA, a building materials company that provides high quality products and reliable service to customers and communities while leveraging its well-connected network across the country, announced it is expected to deliver an estimated 155,000 cu. yds.

CEMEX USA announced it is providing concrete, including a specialized self-consolidating mix, along with thousands of tons of aggregates for the largest bridge project in the history of Los Angeles, Calif. — the replacement of the iconic Sixth Street Viaduct Bridge.

Aubrey (L) and Chloe Koch test out this Cat loader provided by Sukut Construction. Emery Kough (background) volunteered assisting kids in and out of loader. Let's face it … all kids like to play in the dirt. But, to play in the dirt, on a big machine, with your parents' permission? Well, that's when dreams really do come true and that's exactly what took place April 28, 2019, at the American Cancer Society's 2019 Construction vs.

CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. announced that its digital platform CEMEX Go is celebrating its first anniversary, transforming the experience of more than 20,000 customers in 18 countries and leading the digital transformation in the global building materials industry.

The Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program – a business intensive program that awards students with a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in concrete industry management – is pleased to announce that Kenworth and Kenworth of Central Florida have donated a T880S bridge formula truck chassis and Con-Tech Manufacturing has donated a Con-Tech BridgeKing 11-yard concrete mixer for the annual CIM Auction at World of Concrete.

Cemex, S.A.B. de C.V. announced Sept. 11, that it would provide the equivalent of U.S.$1 million in building materials for reconstruction efforts in states affected by the tragic earthquake registered in southern Mexico on Sept. 7. Cemex in Mexico has an operational and commercial presence in the affected states, and the company said that fortunately, all of the its employees are safe from harm.

Tempe Town Lake was in desperate need of a new dam after the old, rubber-bladder dam failed in 2010. The city of Tempe hired PCL Construction to build a new, hydraulic crest-gate dam — a task that would require a massive amount of specialty concrete.