January 20, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
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Mighty Buildings was founded when CEO Slava Solonitsyn realized that building technology hadn’t changed since people began building houses in North America using wood frames and nails, with large crews building on site. In response, he and his partners built a construction technology company that is innovating the construction industry by creating homes that are beautiful, affordable, and sustainable using 3D printing, robotics, and automation.
Their technology allows them to produce modular houses and building components much faster and more affordably than traditional construction. With large 3D printers using a thermoset composite material they invented called Light Stone Material (LSM), they are increasing building productivity by automating the most labor-intensive aspects of construction projects. In addition, they have multiple patents on the technology, materials, and the process.
Mighty Buildings is backed by notable top-tier venture capital firms such Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, SV Angel, CoreVC, and more.
Join us January 20 for a FORCE Webinar with Mighty Buildings CEO Slava Solonitsyn to learn about their innovative technology and plans for growth including partnerships with developers across the country.
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