HEIDELBERG MATERIALS CANADA LIMITED

Scott Property

Heidelberg Materials Canada Limited is proposing an aggregate extraction operation at its Scott Property.

Overview of the Project

Located west of Calgary’s Spy Hill area (Section 5, Township 26, Range 2, W5M) on the north side of Burma Road, the site is located on a significant gravel deposit and could produce aggregate resources for up to 30 years depending on the final development plan.

Aggregates are a scarce, non-renewable resource found in specific locations. Calgary and Rocky View County have local, high-quality supplies of gravel, however they are depleting and large deposits for future supply are limited and rare. Locally produced aggregate means reduced community and infrastructure impacts, reduced travel costs and greenhouse gas emissions, and significant benefit to the economy, local tax base and quality of life to those in Rocky View County, Calgary and throughout the province.

About Heidelberg Materials Canada Limited

Heidelberg is one of the world’s largest building materials companies, producing mainly cement, concrete, and aggregates. We lead the industry in sustainability and innovation. In Edmonton, Alberta, Heidelberg is building the world’s first full-scale carbon capture project at a cement plant.

Heidelberg provides aggregates to customers in the construction business throughout Western Canada and locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Heidelberg has operated in the Calgary region since the 1950s as a major supplier of all types of screened, crushed, and washed aggregate products. Heidelberg’s sand and gravel is used in ready-mix concrete, precast concrete production, road and building construction, landscaping, and a variety of specialty aggregates applications. With award winning reclamation and public amenity projects across North America and Canada, including the Sechelt Mine and Granville Island concrete plant in British Columbia, Heidelberg has significant experience operating its facilities in harmony with its neighbors.