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Jul 13, 2021

Innovative Construction, 12 innovations for the future

By Gonzalo Galindo, Head of CEMEX Ventures With 30 years of experience in the built sector, Gonzalo leads CEMEX Ventures in the search of innovative business models for CEMEX and the construction industry, helping propel innovation, sustainability, and digitization in the sector that leads to more collaboration and less fragmentation. Back when big machinery, heavy […]

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Feb 08, 2021

CEMEX AWARDED GRANT FROM U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY TO DEVELOP PIONEERING CARBON CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY

RTI International, CEMEX, Carbon Clean and Oak Ridge National Laboratory will jointly work on development of a CO2 capture system and commercially viable carbon utilization solution. The grant will span the project during 30 months in CEMEX’s Victorville, California cement plant. MONTERREY, MEXICO. FEBRUARY 8, 2021 – CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) (NYSE: CX) announced […]

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Jan 13, 2021

CEMEX VENTURES PROMOTES THE REDEFINITION OF HOW HOUSES ARE DESIGNED AND BUILT THROUGH ITS INVESTMENT IN MODULOUS

CEMEX Ventures invests in a disruptive offsite construction method to relieve the global housing crisis, with a clear focus on sustainability, quality and affordability. Modulous offers an answer to the housing requirements in the United Kingdom, where they are working on different residential schemes and projects to achieve sales of £25 million in the pilot […]

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Dec 23, 2020

12 months and a pandemic: The longest year in history!

This 2020 is a year to forget! But at CEMEX Ventures, there are 5 things we want you to remember. We´ve been getting used to riding the wave and solving the challenges the construction industry encounters daily. From substantial improvements to completely different processes in the way we build, there are the highlights of 2020 […]

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Dec 04, 2020

CEMEX VENTURES INVESTS IN SOIL CONNECT TO DIGITALIZE EXCAVATION MATERIAL MANAGEMENT AND REDUCE WASTE IN LANDFILLS

Soil Connect is a digital marketplace for excavation materials, primarily soil and aggregates, which reduces the construction industry’s carbon footprint by facilitating the use of materials that would otherwise end up in landfills. MONTERREY, MEXICO AND MADRID, SPAIN. DECEMBER 8, 2020 – CEMEX Ventures, CEMEX’s Corporate Venture Capital and open innovation unit, announced today its […]

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