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06/05/20152015 EXPO: Palazzo Italia “wears” i.active BIODYNAMIC
31/03/2015Italcementi: Made in Italy innovation and design protagonists in the new Centre Pompidou in Malaga
06/03/2015Swiss architect Angela Deuber wins the third edition of arcVision Prize
05/02/2015The third edition of arcVision Prize - Women and Architecture presented in Milan, at La Triennale
24/01/201511th Fondazione Italcementi congress discusses urban regeneration

Italcementi Group

With an annual production capacity of approximately 74 million tons of cement, Italcementi Group is the world’s fifth largest cement producer.

It has branches in 21 countries in 4 continents, and its industrial network comprises of 55 cement plants, 10 griding centres, 8 terminals, 90 quarries and 494 concrete units.

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 Portuguese Architect Ines Lobo wins the arcVision Prize – Women and Architecture 2014
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 FYM-Italcementi Group and Orfeón Donostiarra close the exhibition on the Bicentennial of Donostia-San Sebastian Great Fire at Museum Cemento Rezola
(30/01/2014)

 
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