The tallest building in Las Vegas is made with Mexican cement


Cemex is the provider of Circa Resort & Casino, the first new hotel in the city center in the last 40 years.

Circa Resort & Casino ends the drought of new hotels in the center of the famous city of Las Vegas, in Nevada, after 40 years of not having opened in the area.

The building draws attention, in addition to its novelty, because it has become the tallest in the area: it will be 150 meters high and will have 35 floors. It is built by McCarthy Building Companies.

Approximately 65,000 cubic meters of concrete were required for its construction, which has been supplied by the Mexican company Cemex since 2019, with approximately 30 daily loads of concrete.

“Cemex’s operations are creating in Las Vegas and our ability to help drive large, iconic projects as Circa Resort & Casino speaks to the strength of our operations and supply chain throughout the Southwest of the United States,” he said. a statement Jaime Muguiro, president of the cement company in the United States.

The hotel is located on Fremont Street and was opened at the end of last year.

Mexico Daily Post