To anticipate needs to drive advances in construction methods.

About Us

The Alpena Cement Plant has been producing materials for the construction industry since 1908. The plant's success is founded on the efforts of its dedicated employees and their unwavering focus on excellence. And like Lafarge facilities all over North America, the Alpena Cement Plant is committed to being a good neighbor, serving as an active, positive force in the community, and working toward cleaner and greener operations.


Alpena Public Schools - LaFarge Fossil Park  at Jesse Besser Museum
High school and elementary students bring awareness to the amazing geology of northeast Michigan.
Fish Habitat Days at Paxton Quarry
In partnership with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Friends of the Lake Huron Watershed, and Lafarge, 3rd graders from Hinks Elementary are learning to fish and cast, while exploring the natural habitats in the flooded quarry.
Great Lakes Fisheries in the Classroom Efforts
Raising Lake Sturgeon, Chinook Salmon, and Lake Trout in the classroom to help our fisheries!
Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Trail Stories
Science in the Sanctuary students collect stories from northern Lake Huron communities to contribute to the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Trail website