USAA, Seefried Make Use of Reduced Carbon Slab via MEGASLAB®

MEGASLAB® was selected for the slab on grade and concrete paving due to its low carbon impact for USAA and Seefried’s sustainable warehouse in Texas.

Dallas, Texas (February 2022) – USAA Real Estate and Seefried Industrial Properties selected MEGASLAB® for an industry-leading sustainable warehouse that reduced its carbon impact up to 45%. Along with the use of cross-laminated timber for the exterior walls, MEGASLAB® was an integral part of carbon reduction via the warehouse slab and exterior concrete pavement.

According to MEGASLAB’s  founder and CEO, “USAA chose MEGASLAB® as a vital partner in their pursuit to build the lowest embodied carbon CO2 warehouse in the United States, and we were proud to work with them and provide a sustainable solution for such an incredible project.”

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For further reading and to gain a broader understanding of sustainable construction practices and the role of innovative concrete solutions, explore the following resources:

  • How Low-Carbon Concrete Reduces Carbon Footprint: An exploration of innovative concrete solutions that are reducing environmental impacts in construction. Read more.
  • Green Concrete: Sustainable Future Construction: Insights into the development and application of green concrete, contributing to sustainable building practices. Read more.
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