In the United States and Canada, Lafarge is the leading supplier of quality cement products. With more than 20 types of cement and engineered blends, Lafarge provides innovative solutions for customers who include ready-mix producers, concrete product manufacturers, contractors, masons, builders, and municipal authorities.

AIA/CES Courses

Lafarge is an AIA (American Institute of Architects) / CES (Continuing Education System) Registered Provider. Most classes are delivered in a face-to-face format by qualified Lafarge representatives. These courses are available to Lafarge customers, architects, engineers and specificers.

About Cement

Processed cement was first produced by Joseph Aspdin in 1824 and was called portland cement because it resembled the gray stone quarried on the island of Portland off the coast of England

Sustainability and Innovation

Lafarge is the leader in environmentally friendly supplementary cementing materials (SCMs), which offer sustainability and performance advantages for those who build, occupy, and use structures of all kinds.

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"A discussion on innovation at Lafarge"


Anik Delagrave, Ph. D.

Director of Innovation

Lafarge North America - Cement Division


At Lafarge innovation means being ahead of our competitors and market expectations.


Innovation means developing new products and services that create value for our customers as well as providing solutions for sustainable construction.


Innovation also extends to how we manufacture our products, that is with the goal of reducing our CO2 footprint. 

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Lafarge Solutions


Find Lafarge materials that can help contribute to LEED® project certification. Search the web-based Lafarge "Product Guide" or download the free "Solutions" App from the Apple iTunes Store.

A Conversation on Sustainable Construction

Interview with Andrew Pinneke, P.E, LEED AP, Lafarge North America

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