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Lee Brick & Block and Southland Brick & Block install CarbonCure’s Technology to service Tennessee and Kentucky markets

Louisville-KY & Murfreesboro-TN, Kentucky’s largest masonry producer, Lee Brick and Block and their subsidiary Southland Brick and Block, have partnered with CarbonCure Technologies to be the first in their market to offer masonry made with recycled CO2 in Tennessee and Kentucky. As first to market, Lee will be accelerating the green building market in their areas by giving local architects, engineers, and building owners alternatives to build greener on their construction projects. 


Lee Masonry Truck

CarbonCure's technology offers concrete producers an opportunity to recycle waste carbon dioxide (CO2) into concrete to increase its environmental, material, and economic performance. The CO2 is permanently converted into a solid mineral within the concrete to provide a quality masonry product without compromising aesthetic, quality, or price.

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“Our communities are moving towards building for the future,” says Carol Lee, CEO of Lee Masonry. “Lee Masonry believes that we can support and accelerate the green infrastructure market momentum by supplying greener masonry with the addition of CarbonCure’s technology to our product offering ultimately to help enable a sustainable future.”

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According to a study conducted by the US Green Building Council, the green building industry is estimated to contribute $305 billion to the US Domestic GDP from 2015-2018. In a city level study by CBRE, Louisville in particular, has seen a 7% increase in green building adoption between 2015 and 2016. CarbonCure’s technology can help specifiers obtain credits for green buildings standards such as LEED (Leadership in Environment and Energy Design).

Lee Brick and Block & Southland Brick and Block

Lee Brick and Block supplies superior concrete block, architectural block, clay brick, cast stone, natural stone, manufactured stone and a wide variety of hardscape products. Lee operates sales offices in ten locations across the commonwealth of Kentucky and has served its customers since the company was established in 1963. Lee acquired Southland Block in 1997 who serves 3 locations across Tennessee. Bringing “products of distinction” to the marketplace has been the hallmark of our existence and continues to make Lee Brick and Block a leader committed to high quality and exceptional customer service.

Lee Brick and Block is proud to incorporate sustainable construction innovations and manufacturing practices into the products made. Lee is committed to a cleaner, healthier planet and are doing our part by taking an environmentally responsible approach, which will help you construct greener projects for a more sustainable future. For more information, visit: or

About CarbonCure Technologies Inc.
CarbonCure’s retrofit technology chemically sequesters waste carbon dioxide during the concrete manufacturing process to make greener and stronger concrete. CarbonCure is part of a growing industry of CO2-utilization technologies that are expected to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 15% by 2030. CarbonCure’s technology is currently operational in a growing number of concrete plants across North America, including several of the world’s largest vertically-integrated cement and concrete companies. CarbonCure is one of 23 semi-finalists in the $20 million NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE challenge, which has been called the Nobel prize for climate technologies. For more information, contact or visit

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