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CEMEX participated in the renovation of UNESCO World Heritage Site in Poland

  • The Centennial Hall is a historic 100-year-old building in the largest city in Western Poland
Date published: December 23, 2014

CEMEX participated in the renovation of UNESCO World Heritage Site in Poland

CEMEX participated in the renovation of a historic 100-year-old building in Poland. The Centennial Hall is located in Wroclaw, the largest city in Western Poland, was built in 1911-1913 and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006.

CEMEX participated in the renovation of UNESCO World Heritage Site in Poland


 

"Renovations to buildings of such importance must be done with utmost care to preserve important pieces of history," said Marcelo Catala, President of CEMEX in Poland. "CEMEX works hand in hand with its customers to help them tackle their toughest challenges."


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CEMEX participated in the renovation of UNESCO World Heritage Site in Poland

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