The company was named to the 2021 Building Tech 50 List in the High-Performance Materials category by Chicago-based Builtworlds

Montreal, February 18, 2021 – CarbiCrete has been named to the 2021 Building Tech 50 List in the High-Performance Materials category.

This list, created by Chicago-based Builtworlds, features leading companies in the landscape of the smart building, with each offering innovative solutions in the areas of asset management, high-performance materials, HVAC and energy systems, interiors, lighting, mobility, real estate tech, tenant services, and modular systems. From connected sensors to analytics platforms, solar panels, smart lights, modular furniture, and more, these solutions are pushing the boundaries of how buildings are designed, built, operated, and maintained.

Builtworlds is a research-driven, member network at the intersection of the built industry and technological innovation. The organization’s mission is to be a catalyst for positive change in the industry.

CarbiCrete is commercializing a carbon-negative process for the production of precast concrete. The company’s technology replaces cement in the concrete mix with steel slag and cures it with carbon dioxide, avoiding the GHG emissions associated with cement production, while permanently sequestering CO2 within the resulting concrete products.

“We are very proud to have received this honour from Builtworlds,” says CarbiCrete CEO, Chris Stern. “We are in the company of some world-class innovative firms, and I would like to congratulate everyone who was named to this list.”

In January, CarbiCrete began operations as part of an industrial-scale pilot project housed at hardscape manufacturer Patio Drummond’s precast facility in Drummondville, Quebec.

About Carbicrete

Carbicrete is a Montreal-based carbon removal technology company developing innovative, low-cost building solutions that contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Carbicrete’s breakthrough patented technology enables the production of cement-free, carbon-negative concrete made with industrial by-products and captured carbon dioxide.

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