Company providing 90,000 cubic metres of bespoke concrete for new power station
CEMEX Poland are currently providing approximately 90,000 cubic metres of concrete for the construction of a new power station at the Turow power plant in south-west Poland.
The company has already delivered more than 15,000 cubic metres of bespoke concrete for the foundations of the power station, which required approximately four days (101 hours) of continuous pouring.
To meet the demands of the job, CEMEX Poland erected two mobile concrete batching plants with a capacity of 160 cubic meters of concrete per hour.
Of the 90,000 cubic metres of concrete that CEMEX are expected to provide for the project, 25,000 cubic metres are required for the foundations and 15,000 cubic metres are needed for the construction of the cooling tower.
‘This type of project exemplifies CEMEX’s ability to provide superior tailor-made solutions for our clients, while addressing the health and safety of our team,’ said Slawomir Dobrowolski, head of the mobile ready-mix plants division of CEMEX Poland.
‘High health and safety standards, including frequent periodic safety training for employees, special documentation and daily safety checks, were applied on site to enable safe working conditions – an absolute priority for this large and challenging project.’