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CEMATRIX is an Alberta corporation with its head offices in Calgary, Alberta. The Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, is a manufacturer and supplier of technologically advanced cellular …

CEMATRIX is an Alberta corporation with its head offices in Calgary, Alberta. The Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, is a manufacturer and supplier of technologically advanced cellular concrete products with applications in a variety of markets, including oil and gas construction and infrastructure construction. Cellular concrete provides a cost and labour saving solution as a replacement for rigid and other insulating materials in frost-susceptible or permafrost conditions. Cellular concrete is also used in void filling situations and as a replacement for granular fills and weak or unstable soils.

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  • Good afternoon – My name is Jeff Kendrick and I am the President and one of the founders of CEMATRIX Corporation. I wanted thank the Howard Group for inviting our Company to participate and all of you for being here today CEMATRIX has weathered many storms since its inception, not the least of which was the affects of the economic collapse in late 2008/9 when all of our business was in Oil Sands construction and the Oil Sands construction essentially ended. The Company survived by switching its focus from Oil Sands to Infrastructure It’s not easy introducing a new construction product into a market set by engineers who are adverse to taking any risk whatsoever, even if the product is better and more cost effective than the products it replaces. Even with all of the obstacles, the Company has succeeded and is now at the brink of significant growth throughout North America.I thank you for the opportunity to present CEMATRIX to you and I trust that by the end of the presentation you will have a good understanding of how CEMATRIX is edging towards the “Tipping Point”!The “Tipping Point” being when the market would choose your product over the alternative!!!  
  • Some of the information that you will be hearing is forward looking in nature based on reasonable assumptions, etc. however actual future events or results may differ significantly because of changes in circumstances.
  • CEMATRIX is continuing to move its products toward the Tipping Point for a number of its applications in a number of geographic Regions – Being specified by all major engineering firms – Only Company in Canada approved in several provinces – Unique proprietary process– but still relatively unknown – Two significant markets “OIL & REFINERY & NORTH AMERICAN INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION” – Fifteen Years of raising awareness of the product, gaining product validation, gaining approvals and continuing to develop the technology.
  • The Business of CEMATRIX is the onsite production and placement of cellular concrete for numerous applications in the infrastructure and oil and gas construction markets; Cematrix is highly technically oriented and provides a Complete Cellular Concrete Solution from design engineering assistance to mix design development, foaming agent development and equipment development, leading to the production and placement of the material.
  • Cellular Concrete is a lightweight cement-based material, where all of the typical aggregates like sand and gravel are replaced with a carefully constituted air bubble system; You can see by the picture of typical cellular concrete that there is no aggregate, just air pockets and it’s these air pockets that give the material its unique characteristics - lightweight and insulating, with some structural properties. Because of these characteristics, Cellular Concrete is primarily used as an insulation, a lightweight fill or void fill;
  • Cellular Concrete replaces:Rigid and other types of insulations like Foam Board and EPS blocks, which are essentially large blocks of Foam Board Insulation. Weak and unstable soils; and in some cases;Granular fills, which include gravel and sand and or heavy grouts – Of note, cellular concrete at its lightest densities is over two times the strength of good compacted gravel;
  • Our Customers – Essentially Engineers who specify the product into projects, although more and more owners are ordering directly.  
  • Our Major Markets includeInfrastructure and Oil Sands/Refinery construction, but there is also a Commercial/Industrial market as wellFor Infrastructure Construction we have ……For Oil Sands/Refinery Construction we have …….
  • The MARKET OPPORTUNITY FOR CEMATRIX is essentially immeasurable and difficult to determine.We have spent over fourteen years of solid business development through building relationships within the industry and making product education a top priority.With the initial stages of building a market behind us, we are just starting to scratch the surface in North America.
  • Just look at where cellular concrete is being used in cities – its like the pink insulation in your walls - you can’t see it, but its all around you – particularly in Calgary, where cellular concrete is a specification of the City of Calgary and now in Ontario as CEMATRIX Cellular Concrete is now on the approved products list of the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario.Ontario projects have included many tunnel grouting projects in Mississauga, road insulation projects in Brampton and Ottawa and now as MSE panel backfill at the large ongoing project called the Windsor Essex Parkway. We are just scratching the surface, but cellular concrete is and will become a staple in North American Infrastructure Construction
  • Now look at a typical Oil Sands project – from initially insulating all of the shallow utilities and fire-lines to an insulating sub-base for all of the buildings, modules and pipe rack foundations – to pipeline embedment and tank bases found throughout the facility - Again this market is in the billions and CEMATRIX is just scratching the surface here, as well
  • So Why is Cellular Concrete Destined for all of these applications – why has this product arrivedIt is summed up in our Value Statement – Cellular Concrete is a superior product to the products it replaces and saves time and money for its customers; Letter from one of our clients – At a Refinery Expansion in 2008/9 by using CEMATRIX cellular concrete our client saved 7 weeks of Construction and 5,000 man hours and put the project back on its timeline
  • Now some of the key projects we have been working – Please note that in all cases, CEMATRIX saved the end customer time and money on these projects.The first two are Commercial/Industrial Project Applications I will just highlight THE PICTURE Bottom Left, which is probably the most high profile project completed to date. It is a project at Reagan Airport, Washington DC where we poured 13,000 cu. m. as a Lightweight Fill over weak soils to expand the runway aprons.
  • THESE TWO Infrastructure Road Base PROJECTS, ONE IN CALGARY AND ONE IN YELLOWKNIFE ARE PROJECTS OVER WEAK SOILS WHICH WERE INCURRING SIGNIFICANT SETTLEMENT AND BEING REPAIRED EACH YEAR UNTIL FIXED FOR THE LAST TIME USING CEMATRIX. In the case of the Yellowknife project, this is their main street and because of the melting permafrost, there is up to 10 feet of pavement in certain locations. In each case they have not had to repair there roads since.
  • This next slide is of two Infrastructure road base projects over weak soils, on roads that were experiencing severe annual differential settlement. One was in Victoria BC and the other in Brampton, Ontario. There has been no differential settlement since our product was used.The Brampton project, in particular saved the Region of Peel significant dollars, because their only other alternative was to drive sheet piles down both sides to protect the wetlands, excavate up to 5 meters of peat and carefully replace it with gravel and compact it, a process that would take up to two months. Instead they excavated out only 800 mm of peat, no sheet piles, placed 650 mm of cellular concrete, gravel and pavement and was back in service within a week;
  • This slide is of two Infrastructure projects over weak and unstable soils, one bridge abutment in Manitoba along the Red River and the other a residential road base in Ottawa over former wetlands;All soils along riverbanks including soils in residential developments being built over former wet lands are traditional very weak silty soils, hence the need for a lightweight material or for the structure to be built on piles or EPS Blocks – Piles are expensive and their installation is time consuming – EPS Blocks are not really suited for these types of projects, but are still used because there wasn’t something better available, until now.
  • This slide has two more examples of the use of cellular concrete over weak and unstable soilsin connection with bridge abutments and bridge approaches; One in Sydney, B.C. at the new Airport interchange and the other in Winnipeg at the Chief Peguis Trail extension; Of note, bridge work tends to be large projects from 5,000 to 30,000 cu. m.Besides the need for a lightweight material over weak soils, the added benefit in these applications is that the material is being placed behind MSE panels and the cellular concrete provides superior strength for the tie back of those panels;
  • This slide is an example of another significant use of cellular concrete, which is tunnel grouting – where projects from 1,000 to 50,000 cu. m. are possible. The benefit of cellular grout is that the air bubbles act like frictionless ball bearings allowing the material to flow longer distances under low pressure – Meaning lower costs – faster placement and reduced safety issues;Besides this City of Edmonton project, CEMATRIX has completed several tunnel projects in and around the Toronto area and is the supplier of choice for two of the larger tunnel companies in southern Ontario;I have mentioned the volumes here and there so you get an idea of the upside potential, as our forecasted volume for 2013 is less than 60,000 cu. m.
  • This slide shows our first Oil Sands project, which was when an Engineering Firm specified CEMATRIX into tank bases at an Oil Sands project in 2004. Cellular Concrete is a superior product for these applications because of its bearing support and ability to dissipate the heat from the liquids in these tanks. The hotter the liquid, the more expensive the required protective liner placed in the soils under the tank – cellular concrete reduces the thickness of the required liners thus significantly reducing the cost of each tank installation.
  • This slide shows other applications for Oil Sands/Refinery and includes module insulation and shallow utility insulation including fire-lines;The bottom picture shows the insulation of an 8 km fire-line at an Oil Sands project, our largest project to date.
  • This slide reveals another significant application for cellular concrete, which is under-slab insulation for process facilities, in this case refineries;Cellular Concrete is becoming the product of choice in these Oil Sands and Refinery projects because of:Speed of Construction – can you imagine trying to cut and place rigid insulations on these sites where piles and other obstructions are everywhere;Cost of Materials – CEMATRIX cellular concrete is lower in cost than the rigid insulations used for these applications in the past on a material cost basis before installation;CEMATRIX products are Hydrocarbon resistant and more environmentally friendly  The interesting thing about the second photo CEMATRIX cellular concrete was not specified – rigid or foam board insulation was – One of the project managers, who had previously worked with CEMATRIX on a different Oil Sands project – convinced the project engineers, to replace their portion of the project with cellular concrete. After seeing the results of the initial portion of the project, all of the other general contractors on site switched to Cellular Concrete. This ended up being one of CEMATRIX’s largest projects to date. A tremendous accomplishment, when we started from not being specified at all. The product speaks for itself.  
  • This slide reveals a revolutionary approach to Oil Sands construction, in this case a SAGD Facility. This project was completed for our client in the fall of 2011;For all other Oil Sands project sites, the first thing that thing that is done is that the land is cleared and then the piling companies come in and place a pile every 10 to 20 ft. apart on the whole site; Because the soils are inherently weak all of the facilities are tied to these piles;Piling is a very time consuming and costly process;For this new site, the engineer, who had previously worked with CEMATRIX, convinced the owner to place a large bed of cellular concrete across the site instead of piling and to build the facilities directly on top of the cellular concrete;Because of the Projects Success, CEMATRIX completed a new sister project in 2012 and there are others planned for the future. In addition other oil sands projects are now considering the elimination of piles.
  • So what are our Business Strategies Firstly to continue to diversify into infrastructure throughout North Americato reduce the prior reliance on the Oil Sands market, reduce the effect of the seasonal nature of the business and to steadily grow volumes;Secondly to prepare for the expected significant growth in volumes as the market and product acceptance grows through equipment and staff additions;Thirdly to continue to develop new technologies to maintain CEMATRIX’s position as the leader in low cost, high volume and high quality production; and Finally, to look to acquisitions and strategic alliances to increase shareholder value;
  • CEMATRIX Strengths People – committed staff with many years experience in cellular concrete and construction;Proprietary Technologies – not patented, but mix designs, foaming agents and equipment technologies protected – most technologies relate to formulas, which you would not patent as they could be copied – these technologies are the greatest barriers to entry into the market. Without all three, together with applications engineering technology one can’t produce quality cellular concrete on a high volume basis. It may look simple, but if it was, everyone would be doing it.Engineering Acceptance though product validation – hundreds of successful projects all specified by engineers throughout North America;Product Approvals – Provincial approvals for B.C., Alta, Man and Ont. – City approvals for use in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife – Many States have approved the use of cellular concrete as well. One could say that U.S. is light years ahead of Canada, because of the volumes specified there each year (est to be in excess of 500,000 cu. m.), but the U.S. market is still in its infancy as wellCustomer Support provided to Engineering firms– provide design assistance, thermal and structural modeling and applications engineering;R&D – both internally and in conjunction with a number of Canadian Universities including the U of A, U of T, University of Waterloo and Dalhousie University.Industry Leader – we are the leaders – this is well known in Canada and we are becoming known for such in the U.S. and this enables the Company to capture projects because of who we are; 
  • Completely mobile equipment300,000 cu. m. of onsite production capability and adding more for regional allocation Adding three new units with an additional 100,000 cu. m. of capacityHigh production output – from 35 to 150 cu. m. per hr.
  • We Have Two Equipment Types Wet Mix System – takes delivery of a pre-designed material mix from a ready mix supplier and is used mainly in smaller projects up to 1,000 cu. m. in sizeDry Mix System – fully computerized mixing, foaming and pumping system, which takes delivery of dry cement/flyash and is used mainly in projects where a high daily volume of production is required.
  • With any business there are challenges and risks and successful companies are always working to mitigate or eliminate these risks.For CEMATRIX our Challenges include Sole Supplier – is the greatest direct challenge until more competition arrives – engineers and owners do not normally approve the use of a sole supplier unless the benefits are that superior – Fortunately cellular concrete is a superior product. and most engineering firms have looked beyond the sole supplier issue and are specifying the product in Canada;Specification/Engineering Acceptance – this was a significant challenge in the early years, but not so much an issue anymore because of the hundreds of successful projects together with all of the third party testing that CEMATRIX has and continues to complete; Economy – not an issue right now and should be less of a worry in the future as we continue to expand infrastructure markets regionally throughout North America, with less and less reliance on the Oil Sands market. Infrastructure markets are traditionally more stable than the Oil Sands construction markets, which will mean that CEMATRIX will be less susceptible to downturns in the economy as experience in late 2008 and into 2009/10;Competition - CEMATRIX has limited competition in Canada, and a few large volume competitors in the U.S. CEMATRIX’s early and continued objective was to develop the lowest cost system, while providing the highest quality, so as a Company we are not concerned about competition.Seasonal nature of business – our seaon typically through the construction season which runs from May to October – We are trying to reduce the affect of this challenge by pursuing more and more projects in the U.S;Meeting developing demand – CEMATRIX is a small Company, with limited resources. It is difficult to forecast amount of growth, but we are attempting to build equipment to stay ahead of this growing demand 
  • Now we will look at sales growth which reflects some of the challenges that we have had and the results of our risk mitigation strategies This slide shows the sales growth over the past eleven years, but does not tell the whole story: Prior to 2003 sales were from small infrastructure projects in the early market development yearsThe 2003-2006 period is when CEMATRIX started to get specified into some Oil Sands projects;2007 – Oil Sands work really stated to take off and we landed our largest project to date – over $4 million;2008 began well and by Sept 2008, the Company had over $13 million of 2009 sales either under contract or close to signing;By January 2009 all of the Oil Sands contracts had been cancelled and the Company had to switch 180 degrees and begin focusing on developing the Canadian infrastructure market;2009 and 2010 were essentially survival years as the Company worked towards developing new infrastructure markets;In 2011, the results of CEMATRIX’s new marketing focus began to be realized with product approvals and infrastructure projects across Canada and into the United States.2012 was a good year as well and would have been even better if one of our large projects hadn’t been postponed until 2013 – this was a $2,000,000 contract at a new Oil Sands construction site. There were other projects delayed as well totaling $800,000. Also of note is the Breakeven and Margin variability, which is largely dependent on the sales mix. Sales prices and ultimate margins are highly dependent on location of the sale, type of application, size of the project and the cost of the raw materials. For example, the main factor affecting price is the cost of cement, which is 60-65% of the final cost of the product. In Fort McMurray, the cost of cement is over $260 per ton. In Chicago, it is less than $100.00 per ton. 
  • THIS SLIDE SHOWS OUR SALES HISTORY FROM 2007 TO 2012 You can clearly see the reliance that we have in Oil Sands/Refinery work in 2007 and 8, THE COLLAPSE OF THIS MARKET AT THE END OF 2008/9 and then slowly building up the infrastructure market from 2009 to 2011, when we became profitable again. The good news is that infrastructure continues to grow and the Oil Sands/refinery work is coming back
  • This slides also shows our high reliance in Oilsands/refinery work in 2007 together with our focus on the Alberta market
  • This slide clearly shows the results of our strategies to diversify into the Infrastructure market, while maintaining our focus on oil sands/refinery work as well. It does not show the projects we have completed in the US, mainly in Chicago and the Chicago area, Washington DC and Louisiana,
  • I had mentioned earlier that each day, with each successful project, CEMATRIX is moving closer to broad market acceptance of its products. Clear indicators include city specifications, repeat business like the Husky SAG D projects, provincial Ministry of Transportation approvals and most importantly the recent release of several third party engineering papers extolling the use of cellular concrete for advanced engineering applications in bridge abutment construction over weak and unstable soils and engineering studies on the significant cost savings achieved using cellular concrete. At a recent round table discussion at the annual Geotech Tradeshow , which was held in Winnipeg this year, they discussed the issues in building in the north over permafrost, and it was concluded that one of the key materials for use in Northern Construction was cellular concrete and this is because of the success we have had in Yellowknife. You should note that, we may have only one product, but it has many applications and each product application is on a different market curve although they are somewhat inter-related. Each geographic location may have a different market curve as well, but one thing is for certain and that is that each product application in each geographic location will reach their own tipping points, meaning broad acceptance will be achieved and sales will take off for each application . In time, you would also not think about insulating a tank base, road or facility; or building a road, runway or bridge over weak and unstable soils; or backfilling MSE Walls and Retaining Walls; or grouting a tunnel, etc., etc. without using CEMATRIX’s Cellular Concrete.
  • Oil Sands/RefineryNew significant pipeline client;New Upgrader underway (CEMATRIX specified);Another major Oil Sands project announced to start construction (CEMATRIX specified)Infrastructure Alberta - Finalizing product approvals; Test sections planned for 2014; First bridge abutment project in 2012/3. Manitoba- continued specification of product into bridges/MSE panels. Ontario MTO approval in 2012 leading to specification and new projects; will pour over 30,000 cu m in Windsor by 2014 - MSE backfill; First Business Development Representative – Sept 2014Quebec- Significant interest.
  • This slide shows a summary of the projects currently under the radar of CEMATRIX. To date, for 2013 we have contracted $7.7 million in sales and have projects verbally awarded in the amount of $0.04 million for a total of $8.1 million. For 2014 we already have $1.5 million contracted;There are also another $65 million in potential projects that the Company has quoted or is in the design stage with that are currently scheduled from 2013 to 2015. This figure grows on a daily basis and as a result, it is only updated to October 8, the date of our last news release;Not all of these additional projects will go cellular concrete or be won by CEMATRIX or even go at all, but they are real projects that CEMATRIX has been contacted on for design assistance, or quotes or both.
  • Balance Sheet at March 31, 2013 Good improvement over 2012 and puts us in a better position going forward in 2013;In 2013 CEMATRIX secured $500,000 in additional capital financing from the BDC and a seasonal $500,000 bump in our operating line form the RBC increasing this line to $1.5 million.
  • This slide summarizes or Capitalization at June 30, 2013 33,465,000 shares O/S to date1,860,000 options vested, mostly at $0.15 per share expiring from 2012 to 2014705,000 options at $0.15 per share which have not vested as of this date.
  • This is a short history of the share price vs annual sales. The share price hasn’t increased since it dropped with the economic collapse at the end of 2008 and is therefore one could say that it is currently undervalued.
  • CEMATRIX is continuing to move its products toward the Tipping Point for a number of its applications in a number of geographic Regions – Being specified by all major engineering firms – Only Company in Canada approved in several provinces – Unique proprietary process– but still relatively unknown – Two significant markets “OIL & REFINERY & NORTH AMERICAN INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION” – Fifteen Years of raising awareness of the product, gaining product validation, gaining approvals and continuing to develop the technology. THAT IS CEMATRIX IN A NUTSHELL I TRUST THAT I HAVE PROVIDED YOU WITH A GOOD OVERVIEW OF OUR PRODUCT – OUR BUSINESS – AND OUR POTENTIAL – AND WHY CELLULAR CONCRETE IS A PRODUCT THAT HAS ARRIVED AND WHERE WE ARE IN ACHIEVING OUR TIPPING POINTS NOW I WOULD BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE
  • THAT IS CEMATRIX IN A NUTSHELL I TRUST THAT I HAVE PROVIDED YOU WITH A GOOD OVERVIEW OF OUR PRODUCT – OUR BUSINESS – AND OUR POTENTIAL – AND WHY CELLULAR CONCRETE IS A PRODUCT THAT HAS ARRIVED AND WHERE WE ARE IN ACHIEVING OUR TIPPING POINTS NOW I WOULD BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE
  • Just look at where cellular concrete is being used in cities – its like the pink insulation in your walls - you can’t see it, but its all around you – particularly in Calgary, where cellular concrete is a specification of the City of Calgary and now being used in Alberta Infrastructure projectsThere is currently cellular concrete under roads all around the city protecting your water lines, in McMahon stadium, at the Calgary Airport in tunnels and retaining walls and currently to be placed behind some of the bridge abutments in the SE Ring Rd Expansion – We are just scratching the surface, but cellular concrete is and will become a staple in North American Infrastructure Construction
  • MontrealJust look at where cellular concrete is being used in cities – its like the pink insulation in your walls - you can’t see it, but its all around you – particularly in Calgary, where cellular concrete is a specification of the City of Calgary and now being used in Alberta Infrastructure projectsThere is currently cellular concrete under roads all around the city protecting your water lines, in McMahon stadium, at the Calgary Airport in tunnels and retaining walls and currently to be placed behind some of the bridge abutments in the SE Ring Rd Expansion – We are just scratching the surface, but cellular concrete is and will become a staple in North American Infrastructure Construction
  • EdmontonJust look at where cellular concrete is being used in cities – its like the pink insulation in your walls - you can’t see it, but its all around you – particularly in Calgary, where cellular concrete is a specification of the City of Calgary and now being used in Alberta Infrastructure projectsThere is currently cellular concrete under roads all around the city protecting your water lines, in McMahon stadium, at the Calgary Airport in tunnels and retaining walls and currently to be placed behind some of the bridge abutments in the SE Ring Rd Expansion – We are just scratching the surface, but cellular concrete is and will become a staple in North American Infrastructure Construction
  • VancouverJust look at where cellular concrete is being used in cities – its like the pink insulation in your walls - you can’t see it, but its all around you – particularly in Calgary, where cellular concrete is a specification of the City of Calgary, but it is now being used in B.C. As it is an approved product of the BC Ministry of Transportation.There is currently cellular concrete under roads in Victoria and Vancouver and has been used for other applications here as well, mainly tunnel grouting northwest of the Vancouver area. We are just scratching the surface, but cellular concrete is and will become a staple in North American Infrastructure Construction market, which is in the billions on an annual basis.

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  • 1. Since 1998, CEMATRIX has been a developer, manufacturer and supplier of technologically advanced cellular concrete products. This unique concrete formulation with superior thermal protection delivers a cost-effective, innovative solution to a broad range of problems facing the construction and oil & gas industries. • Protection against frost-heave susceptible soils under roadways. • Alternative roadbed support over weak soils. • Lightweight back fill for bridge construction, retaining walls and culvert backfill. • Superior thermal protection and support for storage tanks. What is Cellular Concrete? • Cellular Concrete is a lightweight concrete that is Portland cement based, where all of the aggregate (sand and gravel) is replaced with a carefully constituted air bubble system. • Cellular concrete is primarily used to provide insulation, as well as bearing support together with lightweight fill and void fill. Equipment Capabilities • Completely Mobile – can serve any project anywhere in North America. • The Company currently employs several mobile production units. • Currently adding additional equipment for geographical allocation. • High Production output from 35 – 125 cu. m. per hour. CEMATRIX Corporation CVX - TSX.V December 2014 Capital Structure Shares Outstanding: 34,025,994 Options: 3,090,000 @ $0.145 - $0.24 Fully Diluted: 37,115,994 Jeff Kendrick, C.A. President & Co-founder Bruce McNaught, C.A. Chief Financial Officer Steve Bent VP of Sales & Marketing David Simning Canadian Operations Manager Steve La Vallee Equipment & US Sales Jim Li, Ph.D., P.Eng. Materials Manager Alex Zhu, M.Sc., P.Eng. QC/IT Manager Bob Benson - Former President, Montreal Engineering Rick Breen - Corporate Lawyer Steve Bjornson - CFO, Valeura Energy Dan Koyich - Businessman, private Investment & IR Minaz Lalani - Actuary & Managing Principal, Lalani Consulting Group Jeff Kendrick - C.A. & President, CEMATRIX “Cellular Concrete” A product whose time as arrived Business of CEMATRIX Sale of Cellular Concrete On-site Placement of Cellular Concrete CEMATRIX provides a complete Cellular Concrete Solution from design/engineering assistance including thermal and structural modeling to the production of cellular concrete for various applications. Management Directors
  • 2. “Cellular Concrete” A product whose time as arrived Major Markets Historic Growth Margins: 20% - 30% Airport Taxiway / Apron Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport CEMATRIX Dry Mix Unit CEMATRIX Corporation Telephone: (403) 219-0484 Email: jeff.kendrick@cematrix.com www.cematrix.com 5440 - 53 Street SE Calgary, AB T2X 4B6 Jeff Walker - Vice President Brad Dryer - Associate Telephone: (403) 221-0915 Email: info@howardgroupinc.com Infrastructure • Road Bases • Runways • Retaining walls • MSE panel backfill • Bridge abutment fill • Tunnel grouting Oil Sands • Facility under-slab • Modules • Pipe-racks • Shallow utilities • Fire-lines • Tank bases Commercial • Runways • Building under-slab • Parking structures • Roof decks • Shallow utilities • Residential homes Contact Information Investor Relations 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 (f) 2015 (f) $2,658,000 $2,450,000 $7,495,000 $5,293,000 $2,800,000 $3,250,000 $7,800,000 $8,500,000 $8,072,000 $10,000,000 $15,000,000 Year Sales