Friday, July, 01, 2022 06:46:42

Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies has reportedly entered an exclusive supply agreement with a specialist in supplying and designing concrete structures, CAPREMIB. Hoffman is a low-carbon cement manufacturer based in France.

The CAPREMIB group, which has been extensively operational and serving the construction sector for the past 30 years, offers a wide range of products for the construction & civil engineering markets. The company has strategically selected Hoffmann Green to offer the low-carbon-footprint cements and entirely or partially replace its traditional cement supplies for some products marketed by the company in France.

The recent commercial partnership contract, that includes a volume commitment, focuses on the precast acoustic screens production that combines wood and concrete through the adoption of Hoffman cements.

CAPREMIB has significantly produced nearly 1,000 elements of over 11 meters in length & 9 metric tons in weight for the Roland Garros tennis stadium’s bleachers. The elements have also been used in the girders for the 15 acres (6 hectares) maintenance & sidings site for Paris Metro Line 14 within the framework of the rapid transit network of Grand Paris Express. The company, which specializes in designing the precast concrete structures, also has constructed the 39-story DUO towers’ concrete structures in the 13th district of Paris, which was designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel.

As per the statement made by David Hoffmann and Julien Blanchard, Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies’ co-founders, the company is excited about the recent agreement signed with a highly innovative firm in the construction industry, CAPREMIB. This partnership agreement follows several months of technical tests. It will allow CAPREMIB to offer concrete/wood acoustic screens with a low carbon footprint. The combination of concrete and wood in manufacturing this product type will help meet the market expectations as well as illustrate the capability to expand the growing number of applications for Hoffmann’s technologies.

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