Basalite bringing green concrete to the Emerald City

Seattle may be nicknamed the Emerald City due to its lush forests, but thanks to Basalite Concrete Products, Seattle is about to get even greener. Basalite announced Friday that it will be expanding its green concrete masonry offerings by installing …

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Architects: Whats in your concrete?

It is now easier than ever for the concrete industry to strengthen its ties to the green design community. CarbonCure has launched a free Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) calculator to help its concrete manufacturing partners easily issue self-declared EPDs. Construction professionals seeking …

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CarbonCure draws top talent with two new hires

Green technology developer CarbonCure Technologies Inc. boosts its growing team with two key hires. Dr. Paul Sandberg, a global leader in cement chemistry, will be joining the technical team as vice president of materials science. Don Gordon, formerly CEO of concrete …

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CarbonCure gears up for growth with Series B financing

HALIFAX, December 10, 2013 – Halifax based CarbonCure Technologies Inc. announced today that it has closed a $3.5 million Series B financing round led by BDC Venture Capital. Other investors include Eagle Cliff Partners, Innovacorp, 350 Capital, and strategic investors. Proceeds from …

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CarbonCure expands Oldcastle relationship with Anchor deal

CarbonCure Technologies Inc. (CarbonCure) and New Jersey-based Anchor, a division of Oldcastle APG, have signed a deal to manufacture CarbonCure’s innovative green concrete products. One of the most recognized producers in the area, Anchor has been supplying high quality masonry products to …

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California Sustainable Winery Project Showcases Concrete Firsts

Jess S. Jackson Sustainable Winery Building at UC Davis Showcases Breakthrough Sustainability Technologies and Implements Concrete Firsts  – Winery is expected to be first building at any university to be certified net zero energy under Living Building Challenge DAVIS, Calif., May …

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