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November 26, 2015 4:52 PM ET

Construction Materials

Company Overview of CEMEX, Inc.

Company Overview

CEMEX, Inc. produces, distributes, and sells building materials in the United States. It offers cements, such as bulk and bagged cement; ready mix concretes; aggregates, such as stones, sand, and gravels; fly ashes; pipes/precast; concrete blocks; architectural products; gypsum; landscaping solutions; and asphalt products. The company distributes its products internationally. CEMEX, Inc. was formerly known as Southdown, Inc. and changed its name to CEMEX, Inc. in February 2001. The company was incorporated in 1930 and is based in Houston, Texas. CEMEX, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V.

929 Gessner Street

Suite 1900

Houston, TX 77024

United States

Founded in 1930

4,100 Employees





Key Executives for CEMEX, Inc.

President of South America & Caribbean Region
Age: 58
President of CEMEX USA
Age: 50
Regional President of Florida & Carolinas Region
Regional President of Texas & New Mexico Region
Regional President of Mid-South Region
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

CEMEX, Inc. Key Developments

CEMEX, Inc. Liable for Some Rio Grande Arsenic Pollution

CEMEX, Inc. is responsible for part of the arsenic contamination of the Rio Grande in the vicinity of the International Boundary and Water Commission in West El Paso, according to a federal court judgment in a lawsuit that Asarco, LLC filed against CEMEX. U.S. District Judge Phil Martinez issued his final judgment on March 31, and ordered CEMEX Inc. to pay Asarco $1.1 million as its part of the cleanup costs. The former cement plant on property owned by CEMEX, at West Paisano Drive and Executive Center Boulevard, contributed to a release of arsenic that led to partial contamination of a section of the river, according to the judge's 71-page opinion. The lawsuit against CEMEX Inc. also helped to unravel the convoluted record of the CEMEX site's historical owners and operators in West El Paso.

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