Cemex - Stories
CEMEX contributes to new state-of-the-art athletic centers in Germany
New facilities aim to serve amateur and professional soccer players and swimmers.
Bayreuth's longest bar features exposed CEMEX concrete
The Gebrüder Maisel Brewery in Germany has opened a restaurant with an innovative concept and design. A high-performance, specialty CEMEX concrete played a central role in the bar design for the restaurant "Liebesbier," which means "Love Beer" in German.
Thünen Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany: Research on the Waterfront
Two Bremerhaven-based divisions of the Thünen Institute will soon have a new home: an environmentally friendly, functional, and attractive building that includes a quay for expedition ships. CEMEX supplied 10,000 cubic meters of ready-mix concrete for the new building.
Leipzig’s 21st-Century Landmarks
Leipzig, Germany is home to nearly 550,000 inhabitants, a popular destination for tourists and an attractive location for businesses. This is illustrated by three buildings with widely different functions, all of which characterize the city in their unique way.
CEMEX Pilot Project in Berlin Showcases Specialty Concrete with Recycled Aggregates
A Berlin visitor leaving the Central Station and walking northeast would soon reach the North Campus of Berlin Humboldt University, founded in 1809.
CEMEX Participates in Two Commercial Projects on Berlin’s Famous Kurfürstendamm
The tree-lined Kurfürstendamm (or Ku’damm, as the locals call it), is one of Berlin’s most famous avenues, and, with its rows of high-fashion shops, hotels and restaurants spanning over more than two miles, has a reputation as the “Champs-Elysees of Berlin.”