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Oct 26, 2022

THE BIGGEST STARTUP COMPETITION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY NAMES THEIR 2022 WINNERS

MONTERREY, MEXICO. OCTOBER 26, 2022 – CEMEX Ventures, the corporate venture capital and open innovation unit of CEMEX announced today the winners of its 2022 edition of the Construction Startup Competition. CEMEX Ventures leads the panel of jurors, which includes the competition’s nine other industry partners from Black & Veatch, Dysruptek by Haskell, Ferrovial, GS […][...]

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Oct 26, 2022

Here are the winners of Construction Startup Competition 2022!

In 2017 we launched the first edition of the Construction Startup Competition, and six years later, we’re proud to continue and keep improving this unique tradition. Since the competition’s start, we have received almost 3000 solutions from ConTech startups from around the globe, becoming more competitive and international each year. As such, the Construction Startup […][...]

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Oct 14, 2022

World Cup of ConTech: “Expect Amazing”

The promising entrepreneurs and startups who applied to this year’s Construction Startup Competition 2022 are nothing short of amazing. We count on the support of our partners Black & Veatch, Dysruptek by Haskell, Ferrovial, GS Futures, Hilti, VINCI Group’s Leonard, NOVA by Saint Gobain, Procore, and Zacua Ventures to welcome this latest cohort of game […][...]

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Oct 11, 2022

3D printed houses, everything you need to know

Hindsight is 20/20, but many thought leaders categorically agree that we are currently on the brink of a fourth industrial revolution. The first industrial revolution brought us mechanized production, the second, mass production, and the third, automated production. Now, we find ourselves at another juncture in history.   So, what will the fourth industrial revolution bring? […][...]

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Sep 28, 2022

Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage, the solution to the climate crisis

How we commute to work, use transportation, go on vacation, and even how we shop at the grocery store, influence the size of our carbon footprint, the total amount of greenhouse gasses produced by our actions. And perhaps more than ever before, is the pressing urgency to reduce such footprint, from individuals, businesses, and governments […][...]

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