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News Manufacturing General
January 23, 2020  

Windsor concrete company fined $175,000 for fatality

Prestressed Systems pleaded guilty to failing to adequately protect a worker.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
August 8, 2019  

Clean technology innovator CarbonCure partners with Linde

CO2 utilizing concrete technology will be introduced to 25 countries, with initial efforts focused on Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Singapore.

Feature Manufacturing General Sustainability Technology
June 20, 2019  

A cure for carbon: Putting CO2 to work in concrete manufacturing

CarbonCure’s mission is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from concrete manufacturing.

News Construction Manufacturing General
February 20, 2019  

Calgary cement plant worker dies following accident

Lehigh Hanson Canada said in a statement the worker was struck by a concrete block.

News Manufacturing General
March 13, 2017  

Companies seek to turn captured CO2 into concrete, fish food, toothpaste

Alberta agency has provided $35 million to find the best new uses for captured carbon.

News Chemicals Construction Manufacturing General
March 22, 2016  

Sika opens new mortars and concrete plant in Surrey

To serve Pacific Northwest region with a population of 8 million people.

News Construction Manufacturing General
August 11, 2015  

Employees locked out at Burnco concrete plant

Teamsters local to vote on a new contract proposal for drivers this week.

News Construction Manufacturing General Operations Production
July 10, 2015  

Crews battle ‘major’ fire that destroys buildings at concrete plant

No injuries have been reported; concrete silos remain intact.

News Construction Manufacturing General Operations Production Sustainability
May 20, 2015  

Green concrete firm CarbonCure gets $3M VC investment

Investment will accelerate sales and expand CO2 utilization technology platform.

News Business Operations Operations Production
January 27, 2014  

Lafarge Canada acquires cement plants from James Dick Construction Ltd.

James Dick Concrete to continue operating as a separate brand in Ontario.