Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, a pioneer in clinker-free low-carbon cement, has announced the signing of its first international contract with a Swiss player, the Maulini Construction Group.
From 2021, Hoffmann Green will supply the Maulini group with its clinker-free low-carbon cement based on its H-UKR technology to enable it to undertake major construction work in Switzerland including the Chêne-Blanc project, a 6-villa real-estate set in Onex, just outside Geneva. The first pours of concrete made from HOFFMANN GREEN CEMENT H-UKR cement began in early April and will be used to build the entire villas (foundations, slabs, walls, floors).
This partnership, which covers the next two years, represents a first step in the Company’s collaboration with Maulini and in the development of Hoffmann Green’s international strategy.
Julien Blanchard and David Hoffmann, co-founders of Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, say: “This first international partnership with a historical and leading Swiss player marks a major milestone in Hoffmann Green’s commercial development and demonstrates the appeal of our decarbonised solution beyond our domestic borders. We are delighted to have signed this supply agreement with the Maulini group, an independent family-run business with which we share many values, none more so than innovation in order to minimize the construction sector’s environmental impact. This is a first step in our cooperation process aimed at constructing eco-responsible buildings abroad”.
“Being able to reinvent itself to adapt and throw itself into the historical construction sector is one of the Maulini group’s key values. The use of sustainable solutions based on low environmental impact materials such as those provided by Hoffmann Green is thus perfectly in line with our commitments. This technology, which is already being used on our construction sites, will allow us to meet our clients’ growing needs for buildings that combine proven technical performances and environmental performances that are thus far unprecedented”, adds Nicolas Maulini, Chairman of the Maulini group.