We offer our customers sustainable products and expertise in using concrete in ways consistent with the internationally recognized Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification standards. Your local sales contact can put you in touch with our LEED Accredited Professionals (AP)/Green building experts. Our environmentally friendly products include:
Sustainable Cement Products
Argos’ SuperCem slag products helps achieve low permeability; resistance to chlorides, high sulfate and alkali reactions; has greater strength potential; requires lower temperatures for mass concrete and boasts improved workability.
Argos’ blended cements are a mixture of Portland Cement and a combination of any one or more supplementary cementitious materials such as slag cement, fly ash or limestone. Blended cements are ideal for high performance applications where enhanced strength and durability properties are required, as well as in general use applications. Argos also offers bagged Super ’n Sand blended cement-aggregate products.
Argos’ slag and blended products provide a significant contribution to sustainable construction. The use of these materials in concrete production consumes less energy and offers improved efficiency and building performance. The material may also be used to achieve LEED points in the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Sustainable Concrete Products
A special blend and discontinued mixture of course aggregate, cementitious material, water and admixtures with stormwater retention properties. Its enhanced porosity allows for the transmission, storage and exfiltration of rain/stormwater to the underlying soil.
Sustainable/green and LEED-compliant concrete for residential applications.
Sustainable/green and LEED-compliant concrete for commercial applications.
Sustainable/green and LEED-compliant concrete for infrastructure applications.
These Argos concrete products provide a significant contribution to sustainable construction. These materials may be used to achieve LEED points in the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.