A total pour of 3,200 cubic metres, of which contains 20% recycled materials and 30% less carbon emission compared to traditional concrete, equalled a CO2 saving greater than 350,000 kg in one day!
The new Centre for Computing & Data Sciences is a vertical campus that is a crossroads and a beacon for Boston University’s central campus. Image courtesy KPMB Architects.
Building for the future
This major 19-story addition for Boston University’s Data Science Centre will bring data scientists under one roof for generations to come.
For this building we used ConcreteDirect, our mobile application to help customers place, manage and track concrete deliveries. This guaranteed just-in-time deliveries for almost 400 truckloads, enhancing product quality and mitigating risk of waste and rejected loads. The app also communicated real-time CO2 savings from the first to the last pour.