my-homepage

 
 

JOIN THE LH ACCELERATOR!

An intensive 6-month program in the construction industry

 
View this post on Instagram

Partnering with Swiss start-up Flyability, the company is using drones that allow the frequency of inspections to increase while simultaneously reducing cost and increasing safety for employees by inspecting confined spaces. The concept is now being rolled out to several markets including Switzerland 🇨🇭, France 🇫🇷, Germany 🇩🇪, United Kingdom 🇬🇧, United States 🇺🇸, Canada 🇨🇦, India 🇮🇳 and Russia 🇷🇺. In the future, drones will help us create "The Plants of Tomorrow" by: ☑️ Protecting our people from high-exposure jobs ☑️ Fixing problems before they occur ☑️ Saving costs and time through rapid inspections ☑️ Analyzing data to prepare volume calculations" #drones #plantsoftomorrow

A post shared by LafargeHolcim (@lafargeholcim) on

View this post on Instagram

(1/3) The LafargeHolcim Awards seeks leading projects of professionals as well as bold ideas from the Next Generation that combine sustainable construction solutions with architectural excellence. The 6th cycle of the international competition is open for entries until February 25, 2020. From the 5th Cycle: “Legacy Restored”, Global LafargeHolcim Awards Silver winning project in Niger 🇳🇪, is a religious and secular complex that creates a civic space open to all and champions local artisanship, traditional building techniques and materials produced on site. Main authors: Mariam Kamara @mariamkamr - atelier masomi, Niger; Yasaman Esmaili @yassi.esmaili - studio chahar @studiochahar, Iran #LafargeHolcimAwards #Architecturecompetition #Designthinking #SustainableConstruction #architecture

A post shared by LafargeHolcim (@lafargeholcim) on

View this post on Instagram

(2/3) Reinterpretation of traditional local construction for a new mosque and community center in Dandaji, Niger 🇳🇪, creating a space in the village open to all. The proposed new mosque as well as the restoration of an existing house of worship are accordingly conceived as test beds for sustainable research, exploring new techniques pertaining to the use of renewable resources. Main authors: Mariam Kamara @mariamkamr - atelier masomi, Niger; Yasaman Esmaili @yassi.esmaili - studio chahar @studiochahar, Iran The 6th cycle of the international LafargeHolcim Awards is open for entries until February 25, 2020. #LafargeHolcimAwards #Architecturecompetition #Designthinking #SustainableConstruction #architecture

A post shared by LafargeHolcim (@lafargeholcim) on

View this post on Instagram

(3/3) The jury greatly appreciated the project’s reuse of an existing structure and close engagement with the social and built fabric of the village; and ultimately felt that the project was both an intelligent reinterpretation of tradition and very much at home in the context. The believable depictions of life in the project were a further strength. The combination of traditional and new forms as well as techniques allows the possibility of maintaining knowledge through construction, integrates the passive climate control of traditional massive, cross ventilated structures, and engages in a discourse on the history of the site and on the project’s role in bringing a community together. Main authors: Mariam Kamara @mariamkamr - atelier masomi, Niger; Yasaman Esmaili @yassi.esmaili - studio chahar @studiochahar, Iran The 6th cycle of the international LafargeHolcim Awards is open for entries until February 25, 2020. #LafargeHolcimAwards #Architecturecompetition #Designthinking #SustainableConstruction #architecture

A post shared by LafargeHolcim (@lafargeholcim) on

In the future, drones will help us create "The Plants of Tomorrow" by: ☑️ Protecting our people from high-exposure jobs ☑️ Fixing problems before they occur ☑️ Saving costs and time through rapid inspections ☑️ Analyzing data to prepare volume calculations
  • 204 views
  • 6 days 14 hours ago
LafargeHolcim launches "The Plants of Tomorrow” to further boost the efficiency of industrial operations and to prevent issues before they occur.
  • 1023 views
  • 1 week 1 day ago
LafargeHolcim launches "The Plants of Tomorrow” to further boost the efficiency of industrial operations and to prevent issues before they occur.
  • 1211 views
  • 1 week 1 day ago
By providing sustainable waste solutions, we work towards a cleaner and greener future. Listen to our colleagues talk about how Geocycle is making a difference.
  • 404 views
  • 1 month 6 days ago
Every day, our employees provide innovative products and building solutions to solve the challenges that customers face around the world. Congratulations to all!
  • 211 views
  • 1 month 1 week ago
LafargeHolcim cement is among the most carbon efficient in the world. Since 1990, we have reduced our net carbon emissions per tonne of cement by 25 percent - leading international cement companies with the highest reduction compared to our 1990 baseline.
  • 417 views
  • 1 month 2 weeks ago
LafargeHolcim management First Quarter 2019 Trading Update presentation, discussion and Q&A.
  • 246 views
  • 2 months 2 days ago
On 7 March 2019, CEO Jan Jenisch and CFO Géraldine Picaud presented LafargeHolcim's Full-year Results 2018 to analysts at a conference held at the Swiss Stock Exchange in Zurich.
  • 625 views
  • 4 months 1 week ago
Shot by LafargeHolcim teams around the world, take a look at a day in the life of a LafargeHolcim employee, on the cutting edge of the building materials industry! Visit us here: https://www.lafargeholcim.com/
  • 1760 views
  • 5 months 1 week ago
Discover the benefits of attic insulation with Airium™ mineral foam insulation. Airium™ is highly insulating in its lowest density version, reaching a top-tier insulation performance level. In addition, home comfort during heat peaks is widely improved compared to traditional insulation. For home-builders, Airium™ is hassle-free, easy to use and adjustable. Find out more, visit: https://www.airium.com
  • 90 views
  • 5 months 2 weeks ago
 

WHY JOIN THE LH ACCELERATOR?

 

Led by 3 international companies LafargeHolcim, CCCC and Sika of the construction industry, the LH Accelerator is an accelerating program offering unique access to high level technical & market expertise

 

  

  

  

DISCOVER THE PROGRAM

Be among the 15 start-ups selected for the 2019-2020 season to solve our challenges and gain access to our markets

Our 6-month program is a unique opportunity to develop, test and market your ideas and turn them into a successful business

 

 

FREE FOR START-UPS, NO EQUITY TAKEN

Benefit from a powerful mix of business and technical expertise to develop pilots, products and access to markets

Be supported by our experts during 6 months and 2 events that will connect you to relevant stakeholders

 

WORLD-CLASS R&D FACILITIES

  • Get access to the R&D facilities of LafargeHolcim, CCCC and Sika.
  • Benefit from 100 hours to design prototypes, test and develop products and get feedbacks.
 

BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS

  • Collaborate with LafargeHolcim, CCCC and Sika and become a supplier, a partner or obtain a licensing agreement.
  • Get paired with top managers to facilitate access to the international companies and their resources.
 

NETWORKING & MENTORING

  • Co-create and work on your specific innovation and business challenges designed by each of the 6 country (business units) partners: Canada, China, France, Germany, Mexico and Switzerland.
 

  

  

  

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

We are looking to work with innovative companies who are either active in the construction industry or have solutions that could be applied to the industry 

Specifically we are interested in the following business activities

 

1# Concrete 2.0

Enhance the properties of cement-based materials beyond the core value of structural integrity 

Weight reduction, noise reduction, thermal properties, light reflectivity-translucency, porosity, environmental footprint

 

2# Construction waste

Rethink the design and process of making and delivery cement and concrete for avoiding, minimizing, reusing the waste from quarries to building sites. Propose alternative to tackle resources scarcity

Feedstock materials, water, energy and product waste, modularity

 

3# Real time quality control

Monitor, test, evaluate and adjust the quality of materials across the supply chain: from raw materials to product delivery

Sensors from raw materials to product delivery or truck sensors to monitor workability, air, water and make automated adjustements

 

4# CO2 neutrality

Measure, track and develop solutions to move towards neutrality

Alternative raw materials, industrial by-products, sensors, analytics, software models and new process

 

5# Real time product demand forecast at site

Develop and apply accurate, real time prediction of demand for product quantities and types by job site

Data collection, processing and input across the value chain

 

6# Monitor performance

Monitor performance characteristics of concrete delivery at construction sites and in prefabrication

Sensors about temperature, humidity, pH, structural resilience, durability

 

7# Automation

Increase use of automation to infrastructure (e.g. ports) and to related construction projects as painting

I.O.T., 5G, digital solution, 3D printing solutions, robots and other technologies

 

8# Infrastructure & buildings

Develop and use software models / digitalized visualization of the construction phases in infrastructure (such as roads and bridge) and building projects

Machine learning systems, predictive maintenance, IA

 

 

  

  

TIMELINE

The 2019-2010 timeline runs from July 4th, 2019 with the start of the application process, through to May 14th, 2020

timeline lq

HOW TO APPLY

The application process will start on July 4th and end on September 15th
The final selection will be communicated on October 3rd
application timeline final

 

 

  

  

  

3 CORPORATE PARTNERS INVOLVED TO SUPPORT YOUR GROWTH

 

Get access to unique technical and business know-how and an international network of 3 multi-nationals with a complementary position on the construction value-chain

 
LafargeHolcim

LafargeHolcim

The leading global construction materials and solutions company serving masons, builders, architects and engineers all over the world.                                                                                     

 

  • 75,000 employees
  • 80 countries
  • Sales 2018 : €4.2B

 

 
CCCC

CCCC

CCCC is a Chinese construction company engaged in design and construction of transportation infrastructure, dredging and heavy machinery manufacturing business.

 

 

  • ​112,000 employees
  • Sales 2017 : €61.6B

     
 
Sika

Sika

Sika is a specialty chemicals company with a leading position in the development and production of systems and products for bonding, sealing, damping, reinforcing, and protecting in the building sector and automotive industry.                                                                   

  • 20,000 employees
  • 101 countries
  • Sales 2018 : €6.2B

 

 

  

  

  

OUR TEAM

A multi-talented team for maximizing your outputs

 

capture team

 

 

 

  

  

  

ALUMNI 2018

In 2018, 10 companies from 5 countries were selected out of 300 applicants from the fields of design, engineering, materials, construction equipment and services

alumni lq

 

 

  

  

  

CONTACT

Selected companies have free access to the largest research center in the construction industry (near Lyon, France) and get a chance to work with over 150 R&D experts and state-of-art equipment

 

lcr octobre2