The Associated Press has compiled a list of the worst instances of cement used in construction in the United States since 2009.
It includes cases in which concrete has been used in places where it would not normally be used, like in a church or a parking garage, or in a building that’s designed to withstand earthquakes.
The AP also found that cement has been reused in buildings that aren’t designed to survive earthquakes, such as a church, a school, a shopping mall, a military installation, a federal prison and a military hospital.
A concrete factory in San Antonio, Texas, in 2007.
The cement factory is pictured in the background.AP/J.
Scott ApplewhiteIn some cases, the cement company or builder doesn’t have a clear legal duty to clean up the site.
Some have used cement for decades, while others, like a concrete factory built by San Antonio-based company Solid Rock, have only been operating for about a year.
The concrete factory, which has a small concrete yard, was one of the largest in the country at the time, with a capacity of more than 30,000 cubic yards of concrete.
It was the first cement factory in the nation, according to the Associated Press, which cited a 2005 Los Angeles Times article.
The company said at the site that it was “fiercely committed to its mission” of making concrete.
Solid Rock says it’s been making concrete for more than 100 years and has an “unbelievable history.”
The company said in a statement that it is a “dedicated, environmentally sustainable producer of concrete in the U.S. and internationally.”
It’s unclear how many people have died in construction accidents involving cement.
The Associated Press found one case in which a cement factory was built at a church in the city of St. Louis, Missouri.
A local newspaper reported that workers at the cement factory died when the factory collapsed.
The St. Clair County coroner’s office declined to release the names of the workers, citing privacy laws.
The U.K.’s Daily Mail newspaper, which first reported the deaths, did not identify the cement manufacturer or workers.
The Associated Post has not independently verified the information.