We are happy for our first session of hands-on workshops held in our new Headquarters located in Melbourne, FL. We are so honored to host more than 70 people from all over the United States: Alaska, Florida, Texas, Idaho, South Dakota, California, New York and many others. Thank you for traveling to us to see live printing by Frank.
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.
Learn more on NBC Montana Link
A tiny home community for the chronically homeless, announced their partnership to 3D print low cost tiny homes today. As partners, Apis Cor and Eden Village are designing and developing tiny homes that meet the non-profit goals and specifications.
Apis Cor and VPG Enterprise, a leading developer of affordable and workforce housing, announced their partnership to 3D print homes in the greater New Orleans area. As partners, Apis Cor and VPG are designing 3D printed homes that can be produced quickly and at affordable prices. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2023.
Over 300 prominent industry leaders gathered at The Times Center to explore the various ways building has evolved and the promising trends of the future, as well as convene honest discussions about ways to create real change and build smarter, faster and bolder in today’s construction environment. Apis Cor’s Nikita Cheniuntai was honored to be invited as panelist to talk about innovation technologies in session “Beyond Modular”.
The opening of the World’s and Apis Cor’s First Showroom for 3D Printed Homes located at the Avenue Viera in Melbourne, Florida. (08/01/22: The showroom is now closed with a new location to be determined in 2023/2024.)