CEMEX provides a wide range of aggregates from decorative to high-PSV aggregates to limestone, rock armour and sand and gravel. Throughout our UK-wide aggregates network, we plan carefully to ensure a balance between the need for raw materials and protecting the environment, involving local communities in land restoration opportunities and maximising the use of recycled materials
Premium Aggregates - neogem
The neogem brand is a range of high performance aggregate solutions by CEMEX. Solutions for industrial, sport, environmental and decorative applications.
Our marine business is one of the leading companies supplying marine aggregates to the British and European construction industry.
Crushed rock, sand & gravel are used to create value-added products like lime, asphalt, concrete & mortar - essential for building & improving homes, schools, hospitals, …
CEMEX produces bagged-aggregates from our vast network of bagging-plants located across the UK. Wide range of base-aggregates supplied in bulk-bags (> 850kgs) or small poly-bags (25kg). …
Recycled Aggregates & Landfill
CEMEX is increasingly involved in the supply of recycled and secondary materials. Varying from china clay waste, crushed glass & construction / demolition waste.
More About Aggregates
Our extensive national aggregates network of quarries, plants, depots and wharves combines the widest possible product range with excellent availability. We also have a marine division, CEMEX Marine, which operates a fleet of dredgers supplying sand and gravel to the construction industry and beach replenishment projects.
More About Our Range
Unlocking the advanced technology hidden in regular mineral materials, neogem can offer innovative aggregate solutions to meet specific customer needs. neogem can offer high performance aggregates for a variety of purposes - from sport and landscaping projects all the way through to environmental, industrial and agricultural applications. Find out more about our premium aggregate range.
Marine aggregates ranging from sand to coarse gravel - these products are noted for their consistent quality - an essential requirement of today's construction industry. Find out more about our marine aggregate range.
CEMEX apply careful planning to ensure a balance between the need for raw materials and protecting the environment, involving local communities in land restoration opportunities and maximising the use of recycled materials. Find out more about our bulk aggregates range.
All CEMEX bagging-plants operate modern, clean, and efficient equipment and plant, which ensures a high-level of quality in its products and services. Find out more about our bagged aggregates range.
Recycled Aggregates & Landfill
CEMEX apply careful planning to ensure a balance between the need for raw materials and protecting the environment, involving local communities in land restoration opportunities and maximising the use of recycled materials. find out more about our recycled aggregates and landfill.
At CEMEX we take a customized and flexible approach to better serve our customers in every location where we operate.
An indispensable ingredient
Aggregates are an indispensable ingredient in ready-mix concrete, asphalt, and mortar. Accounting for approximately 60% to 75% of ready-mix concrete’s volume, aggregates strongly influence concrete’s freshly mixed and hardened properties.
Aggregates not only increase concrete’s strength, but also can make the mix more compact, enabling applications such as weatherproofing and heat retention.
They can further contribute to concrete’s aesthetic qualities. For example, sand gives surface treatments their brightness.
A variety of applications
Our customers use our aggregates for a wide array of applications:
- As a key component in the construction and maintenance of highways, walkways, parking lots, airport runways, and railways
- For drainage, water filtration, purification, and erosion control
- As fill material
- For sand traps on golf courses, beaches, playing field surfaces, horse racing tracks, and related applications
- To build bridges, homes, and schools
Aggregates are obtained from natural sand or sand-and-gravel pits, hard-rock quarries, dredging submerged deposits, or mining underground sediments.