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Sustainable development

Our LEED Achievements

Our LEED® Achievements

Ciment Quebec Inc. has participated in a number of projects that have received the prestigious LEED® certification.

LEED® Canada-NC – Gold

Sobeys distribution centre, certified in 2010. The distribution centre for refrigerated products is the first of its kind in Canada. Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) was used for the truck-loading and –unloading areas. This concrete, especially its formulation, has contributed to obtaining credits toward LEED® certification.

Ciment Quebec Inc. provided the expertise in RCC and cement.


LEED® Canada-NC – Gold

The Normand-Maurice building in Montréal certified 2009. The Normand-Maurice building is a green Canadian government building.

The concrete was provided by Unibeton.


LEED® Canada-SC v2 – Silver

Carrefour Saint-David in Beauport with merchants such as Starbucks, Metro, TD Canada Trust, Subway, Uniprix, McDonald’s.

The First Capital building was certified in 2009.

The concrete was provided by Unibeton.


LEED® Canada-NC v2 – Silver

Biology Pavilion at the Université du Québec à Montréal certified in 2007.

The concrete was provided by Unibeton.


LEED® Canada-NC – Gold

Cirque du Soleil’s Tohu, certified in 2005.

The concrete was provided by Unibeton.

Sustainable development

A responsibility which means a lot

To us at Ciment Quebec inc, sustainable development is a responsibility which means a lot. We invested massively in the cement manufacturing process to make it eco-efficient. Our Synergia™ process is quite unique. We also compensate for the greenhouse gas emissions of our representatives on the road and other work-related travels. We encourage citizens’ initiatives in the communities where we are established. We work with engineers and contractors to bring their projects of sustainable development to a successful conclusion.