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Background Information

Employment History

President and Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Operations

Cemex SA

President and Chief Executive Officer

Southdown Inc.

Affiliations

Board Member
Consolidated Graphics , Inc.

Board Member
Innovative Pavement Research Foundation

Web References (22 Total References)


So it is no surprise that ...

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So it is no surprise that Clarence Comer, president and CEO of the U.S. operations of Cemex, based in Houston, chose to build his 8,500 square-foot home using insulating concrete forms (ICFs).

Photo courtesy of Cemex
As Comer is an avid skier, it is also no surprise that he chose Breckenridge, Colo., a ski resort, as the spot to build. He also plans to use this home for year-round living when he retires.
"The idea for the design was to create a structure that looks like it had been there for hundreds of years," Comer says.
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One of the challenges was excavating in Breckenridge's extreme climate (Breckenridge prides itself on "eternal winter.") According to Comer, they couldn't begin excavation until the snow melted off in June, leaving a short envelope in which to get the house under roof.
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"Comer wanted the home to feel like the area color-wise and material-wise. There are certain givens in the landscape that do remain throughout the year; for example, a very beautiful but rugged terrain with the rich greens and browns of the pines.
"In the great room, which is 80 feet long, green is used for the leather couches, contrasted with the dark wood of furniture handmade in England. It has a heavy waxy, distressed finish that adds to the aged feeling. To contrast to the scale of the great room (including a massive walk-in stone fireplace, 25-foot ceilings and two huge arched windows bringing the mountaintop view in), Comer also wanted the interior design to make the house feel warm and comfortable.


The Board of Directors currently consists ...

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The Board of Directors currently consists of Larry J. Alexander, Brady F. Carruth, Clarence C. Comer, Gary L. Forbes, James H. Limmer, Hugh N. West, M.D. and Joe R. Davis, and is divided into three classes with Messrs.

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Comer and Forbes constituting the Class II directors and Messrs.
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Clarence C. Comer has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cemex, Inc., a U.S. subsidiary of Cemex, S.A., since November 2000.He also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Southdown, Inc., a cement and ready-mix concrete producer, from February 1987 until it was acquired by Cemex, S.A. in November 2000.Mr. Comer has been a director of CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS INC /TX/ since 1993 and serves on the Audit Committee.Mr. Comer is 54 years of age.


CLARENCE C. COMER ...

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CLARENCE C. COMER *Director

-------------------------- CLARENCE C. COMER


IPRF Board of Directors

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Clarence Comer, CEMEX USA


So it is no surprise that ...

www.concretehomesmagazine.com [cached]

So it is no surprise that Clarence Comer, president and CEO of the U.S. operations of Cemex, based in Houston, chose to build his 8,500 square-foot home using insulating concrete forms (ICFs).

ImagePhoto courtesy of CemexPhoto courtesy of Cemex
As Comer is an avid skier, it is also no surprise that he chose Breckenridge, Colo., a ski resort, as the spot to build.He also plans to use this home for year-round living when he retires.
"The idea for the design was to create a structure that looks like it had been there for hundreds of years," Comer says.
...
One of the challenges was excavating in Breckenridge's extreme climate (Breckenridge prides itself on "eternal winter.") According to Comer, they couldn't begin excavation until the snow melted off in June, leaving a short envelope in which to get the house under roof.
...
"Comer wanted the home to feel like the area color-wise and material-wise.There are certain givens in the landscape that do remain throughout the year; for example, a very beautiful but rugged terrain with the rich greens and browns of the pines.
"In the great room, which is 80 feet long, green is used for the leather couches, contrasted with the dark wood of furniture handmade in England.It has a heavy waxy, distressed finish that adds to the aged feeling.To contrast to the scale of the great room (including a massive walk-in stone fireplace, 25-foot ceilings and two huge arched windows bringing the mountaintop view in), Comer also wanted the interior design to make the house feel warm and comfortable.

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