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Aug 10, 2022

How construction robotics is going to change the industry forever

Construction robotics is a key element of the future of the industry. In order to enforce change, truly promote a revolution of the construction sector, and increase the use of innovative technologies, the expanded use of robots and machine assisted applications will be the next biggest thing in the industry. For example, the Construction Robotics […][...]

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Aug 02, 2022

CEMEX INVESTS IN SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION GLOBAL VENTURE FUND

CEMEX joins a select group of global investors to fund Zacua Ventures. Zacua Ventures envisions a more sustainable, efficient, and interconnected Built Environment. The group of investors share the common objective of evolving the built environment towards a more sustainable and circular model.  MONTERREY, MEXICO. AUG 4TH, 2022 – CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) (NYSE: […][...]

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Jul 24, 2022

CEMEX INVESTS IN COBOD’S REVOLUTIONARY 3D PRINTING TECH

CEMEX is expanding its partnership with COBOD, a leading 3D construction printing solutions company. CEMEX and COBOD are evolving 3D printing construction through a new approach that significantly reduces costs and time. MONTERREY. MEXICO JULY 25, 2022 – CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) announced today that CEMEX Ventures, its corporate venture capital and open innovation […][...]

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Jul 13, 2022

Circular Economy in the Construction Industry

Circular economy is one of the secret weapons the construction industry can implement to tackle one of its biggest challenges: being one of the world´s largest consumers of raw materials. As the call to stop treating resources as unlimited, circular models are the way to go for the sector. Al these new models have the […][...]

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Jun 22, 2022

Carbon Upcycling Awarded £2.3 Million to Manufacture Climate-Resilient Cement from Waste Glass and CO2

Carbon Upcycling Technologies (Carbon Upcycling), a carbon utilization company that produces CO2-enhanced cement and concrete additives, announced today that it has been awarded £2.3 Million in funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). This will be the world’s first commercial-scale cement additive plant that combines CO2 sequestration and waste glass, and Carbon Upcycling’s first project […][...]

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