The company was recognised in the Building Materials Manufacturer category for its decisive and coordinated approach to operating more sustainably.
Cemex says this effort is made to support the company's dedicated climate action strategy; Future in Action; which strives towards the building materials manufacturer’s global ambition of operating as a net zero business by 2050.
Rafał Gajewski, director of the commercial division, member of the management board at Cemex Poland saidthe award serves as an additional motivation to further improve the solutions the company offers and better help its customers to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of their construction projects.
"More sustainable construction is the future of the construction industry and a major strategic focus for Cemex,” Gajewski added.
Additionally, Michał Grys, member of the management board at Cemex Poland and director of the materials division, was named Industry Personality.
He was recognised by the jury for his involvement in the process of improving the quality of products and services offered by Cemex Poland and his care in ensuring the highest operating standards in the areas of production and distribution. Grys is also active in organisations for building material manufacturers. Since 2020, he has served as president of the Association of Ready-Mixed Concrete Producers in Poland (SPBT).
Grys commented: “I very much appreciate awards from experts, so this title is particularly meaningful to me. I would like to dedicate this award to my colleagues at Cemex Poland, in particular the employees of the materials division and my colleagues at the Association of Ready-Mixed Concrete Producers, who have contributed significantly to me obtaining this valuable title.”
Builder Awards, organised by national publication Builder magazine, are awarded to outstanding companies and individuals operating in the Polish construction market. Builder magazine's prestigious awards were presented for the twentieth time.
The awards are decided by a chapter chaired by Professor Leonard Runkiewicz from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology, a member of the Scientific Council of the Building Research Institute.