Cementos Molins joins the vanguard in construction at Rebuild 2024

At stand 9D441, the company will be offering a programme of talks and presentations by prestigious professionals from the construction industry.

Cementos Molins will participate as a ‘Global Partner’ in Rebuild 2024, the prestigious trade fair for the construction and building sector that will take place from 19 to 21 March at IFEMA Madrid. The event will bring together more than 24,000 professionals from the construction field, including developers, builders, architects and quantity surveyors, among others.

During the three days of the fair, Cementos Molins will present at its stand (9D441) a series of conferences and talks where industry experts, customers and specifiers will share their knowledge and experiences on the latest trends, innovations and technologies in the field of construction. Cementos Molins will place special emphasis on industrialisation solutions for construction and precast concrete. The stand will present the latest success stories, such as the ACR student residence in Salamanca, the Caser residential building in Malaga and the Cristóbal Moura building in Barcelona, among others.

The company will also have a sponsored space, Cementos Molins Theatre, where round tables, talks and presentations on the construction industry will be held. For example, Higini Alfageme, director of Precast Global Business at Cementos Molins, will present the latest solutions for the industrialisation of construction at the Cementos Molins Theatre in a talk entitled ‘Prefabrication at Cementos Molins: innovation and technology for a strategic business’, which will take place on 19 March at 5pm.

Alfageme highlights the role of industrialisation in the present and future of the sector: “Rebuild is an excellent opportunity to highlight the industrialisation of construction as a strategic business for Cementos Molins. This construction system offers agility in delivery times, maximum quality in the finishes and complete flexibility in the design to promote efficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly construction”.

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