Welcome to the CEMEX Eliot Facility website, part of our on-going efforts to provide the community with up-to-date information about our operations and activities.
Work began at Eliot more than a century ago, as Americans moved west to California seeking their fortunes. The region’s prosperity created a need for construction materials that has continued to this day. Concrete aggregates – the sand and rock that makes concrete sturdy – are the main products from Eliot, and are an integral part of the construction industry. The Eliot Facility is proud to be a part of building signature Bay Area projects, such as the new Bay Bridge span and the Trans Bay Terminal.
CEMEX submitted a proposal to Alameda County in August 2014 to improve its reclamation plan for the Eliot Facility. A reclamation plan is a detailed description of how the land will be restored after mining operations have ceased.
See the project overview section of the website for more details about our plans and the process for review and approval. Please call 925.426.2284 to alert CEMEX Eliot to any issues you would like to see addressed. You can also email any questions or comments you have to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone from our project team will get back to you.
www.cemexeliotfacility.com is an initiative of CEMEX, and not affiliated with Alameda County, or any government or regulatory body. The information provided on the site solely reflects CEMEX’s views and positions and is not meant to indicate any kind of government approval or endorsement.