NEx: An ACI Center of Excellence for Nonmetallic Building Materials announces Aramco as its Founding Sustaining Member. The two organizations will work together to achieve more sustainable building solutions through advances in nonmetallic technologies.
Aramco is already a leader in the use of nonmetallic materials, deploying nonmetallic solutions within their oil and gas facilities for more than two decades. The company sees the potential for using nonmetallic advanced polymetric materials far surpassing both the oil and gas sector, leading to this initiative with NEx as part of a broader strategy to enter new markets, leveraging its hydrocarbon resources and technology to deliver advanced polymeric materials solutions across industries.
“We’d like to thank our Founding Sustaining Member, Aramco Americas, for their generous support of NEx in our mission to effectively meet the demands of a changing world,” said Jerzy Zemajtis, Executive Director, NEx: An ACI Center of Excellence for Nonmetallic Building Materials. “The industry is pleased to have such a strong advocate of nonmetallic building materials at the forefront.”
NEx looks to draw additional partners from leading government agencies, technical societies, standard bodies, manufacturers and professionals. For further informatuion on how NEx is advancing nonmetallics, visit nonmetallic.org.
NEx: An ACI Center of Excellence for Nonmetallic Building Materials, began in 202. The American Concrete Institute started it with Aramco as its founding member. The Center is based at ACI World Headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The group accelerates the use of nonmetallic materials and products in construction. It leverages ACI’s role as a world-leading authority and resource for the development, dissemination, and also the adoption of consensus-based standards for concrete design, construction and materials. The Center’s membership is open to government agencies, industries, technical societies, standard bodies, manufacturers, contractors, and professionals. To learn more, you can also visit www.nonmetallic.org