Building code regulators at the state level, in Montana, made history as the first to approve 3D-printed walls as an equal replacement for traditionally built (CMUs) concrete masonry units, or a concrete block wall. The approval was granted to Tim Stark, a contractor based in Billings, Montana, after filing documents, specifications and testing reports developed by Apis Cor, the Florida-based construction technology company.
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