Water is a rare and precious commodity. This is increasingly the case for Lafarge, as our activities are growing in areas of high water stress, where water is the heart of intense competition between industries, agriculture and domestic uses. World Water Day on March 22 is an opportunity to remind everyone of our commitment to preserve this natural resource.
We’ve extended our Lafarge-IPSOS survey on “Happiness in the City” to Barcelona, Madrid & Warsaw! Check out the results and see what inhabitants think about their cities
Rome wasn’t built in a day! But it takes barely a day to build the houses in a new housing program sponsored by the Cameroon government, intended to provide accommodation for hundreds of new comers in Yaoundé. This has been made possible by innovative stay-in-place formwork… in combination with Lafarge concrete, of course!
Tram service in Casablanca, made using Lafarge concrete, has transformed the lives of families and students!
World One, Mumbai, India, using Lafarge concretes.
The strengths of our ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) Ductal® took up the most technical challenges of the MuCEM in Marseille, France (by architect Rudy Ricciotti).
In a rapidly developing country, the population of Vietnam is in need of housing, transportation and energy supplies. But how do you build all the necessary homes and infrastructures on the loose ground of river deltas and along coastlines? We have a special cement that solves the problem!
Roller Coaster Curves Put the Fun Back in Footbridges - Architizer