ICON Stock

iconbuild.comIndustrial / ConstructionFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $466.08MM

ICON, founded in 2017, is a construction tech company specializing in 3D printing robotics, software and advanced materials. Using their proprietary 3D printing technology, ICON builds 3D-printed homes with advanced materials, enabling the houses to be built with reduced waste, increased durability, and energy efficient.

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Management Team

Alex Le Roux
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Jason Ballard
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Tom vonReichbauer
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Adam Bridgman
Ironspring Ventures
Constance Freedman
Moderne Ventures
Jason Portnoy
Oakhouse Partners

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News Highlights

3D printing could shake up construction industry and bring tech to the moon
A young CEO who started a 3D-printing business to create what he believes are faster, cheaper, more hurricane-resistant and environmentally-friendly homes, is also working with NASA to pioneer 3D printing on the moon. By the end of the decade, a printer from Jason Ballard's company, Icon is scheduled to fly to the moon to test print part of a landing pad as part of a partnership with NASA. Closer to home, Icon hopes its 3D-printing technology can eventually help address a serious housing deficit in the U.S.
3D-printed Texas neighborhood is going up as homes start in mid-$400K range: 'Tremendous interest'
ICON, a construction tech company, along with Lennar, a home construction company and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), an architecture company, are teaming up to develop Wolf Ranch — a 100-home, 3D-printed community.
A 3D-printing company is preparing to build on the lunar surface. But first, a moonshot at home
Jason Ballard, the CEO and co-founder of 3D printing architecture company ICON, doesn’t mince his words. “There are certain people who are content to build a really ugly or uninspiring world,” he said. “We’re not. The day I walk outside and see something ugly being built by one of my robots – that’s a nightmare scenario for me.”
Updated on: May 21, 2024


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