Who we are
We are a construction technology company based in Oakland, CA that is innovating the construction industry by
homes that are beautiful, affordable, and sustainable using 3D printing, robotics, and
technology allows us to produce modular houses and building components much faster than traditional
construction. Our 3D
printers use a thermoset composite material we invented called Light Stone Material (LSM), that hardens when
UV light, making it a more effective building material.
Not only we are certified under California’s Factory Built Housing program to build units using 3D printing, we are also the first company to achieve certification under the UL 3401 standard for evaluating building structures and assemblies.
We are a well-funded $70M company backed by several notable International and Silicon Valley tech investors including Khosla Ventures, Zeno Ventures, and Y Combinator.
Every startup starts in a garage. In August 2017, four people - Slava Solonoitsyn, Dmitry Starodubtsev, Alexey Dubov, and
Sam Ruben came together to start a construction technology company called Mighty Buildings.
They wanted to leverage technology to disrupt the construction industry by creating beautiful, affordable, and sustainable homes using 3D-printing, robotics, and automation. Their garage was 7,900 sq ft in a shared warehouse in Redwood City, CA but it has since grown into a 10X larger space, a 79,000 sq ft production facility in Oakland, CA. For them, it’s not about rapid growth, it’s about creating something that is good for the world in the right way.
CEO & Co-Founder
CTO & Co-Founder
COO & Co-Founder
CSO & Co-Founder
Because we’re building homes for people to live in, we’ve been very deliberate in carrying out our vision to make housing better. This isn’t software that could be debugged on the fly.
Our 3D printing technology allows us to produce modular houses and building components much faster than traditional construction.
We are rolling out a Production-as-a-Service model to leverage our first-of-its-kind digital fabrication platform to unlock productivity in the construction sector
California Department of Housing &