A sustainable construction business that utilizes 3D pri…
We are a team of motivated professionals operating a sustainable construction business using eco-friendly materials: wood, cellulose fiber, concrete mix, clay, and local recycled materials.
We have now started to design, plan, fabricate and develop a robotic construction 3D printer, the RoboVAST 3D Printer.
All construction projects experience problems.
Construction companies lose money due to management problems, wasted materials, building delays, and the high cost of retaining a qualified workforce.
Architects worry about limited design freedom and whether their plans will be accurately executed on the construction site.
On top of these problems, there are financial and logistical barriers to housing in many parts of the world. For many, quality housing is cost-prohibitive. For some, building a sustainable home is impossible due to their remote location.
Austrocasa is here to offer solutions to these problems.
Through advanced 3D printing technology, Austrocasa provides our customers with a larger selection of house types, models, and shapes as well as fast construction at affordable prices. Our team believes in providing high-quality and eco-friendly homes at reasonable prices.
Austrocasa homes don’t require a highly-skilled construction workforce or tons of man hours for construction. This results in lower costs, making quality housing more affordable around the world. In fact, 3D printed houses cost about 50% less than the regular market price of standard houses.
By utilizing 3D printing technology, we have zero waste of materials and we increase the speed and accuracy of construction projects. On top of everything else, the number of architectural shapes and styles is almost unlimited.
Austrocasa is a modern construction solution for today’s world.
Austrocasa provides four main services and products –
For our sustainable and passive home building services, our team sells eco-passive home kits since 2003. We also can replace traditional ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) technology by creating 3D printed ICFs.
In early 2016, we started to design and manufacture the DesignVAST 3D Printer for the construction industry. With this printer, our team can print concrete mix, clay, and other building materials. Our team will use this printer to print architect models and to test different construction materials.
We are now designing and developing our next 3D printer, the Robotic Construction RoboVAST 3D Printer. This robotic printer will be used to 3D print the actual homes.
We established Austrocasa Romania in 2003, and we began building houses that same year. A decade later, our team founded Austrocasa International, and we started our 3D printing service in 2016. Since then, we’ve been gaining traction in the industry.
A Tested Prototype – Our team has developed and tested the DesignVAST 3D Printer. We intend to build real products based on the findings of prototype testing.
A Growing Client List – Right now, we build energy-efficient homes for 4 clients in Romania, and we have already built or renovated 170+ homes.
A Pending Partnership – We are in the discussion phase with a District in Gambia to build 50 3D printed houses.
Press Mentions – Austrocasa has been mentioned in articles that were published online and in local and national papers.
Austrocasa is on the path to success. Imagine what we can do going forward.
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Teodor handles development of the 3D printing construction project as well as planning, coordination, and control of manufacturing processes. He has been involved in eco-friendly and energy efficient home building since 1993. With an Associate Degree in Automotive Engineering, Teodor worked in automotive and mechanical design for 15 years, then left Romania to spend 3 years in the mechanical design and robotics field in the US. After returning to Romania, Teodor switched to the construction field where he works today with Austrocasa.
Doru manages CAD and software development of the 3D printing construction project as well as coordination and control of manufacturing processes. He has a Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Pisa and a M.Sc. in Automotive Engineering from the Technical University of Iasi. He was the head of the Research Laboratory of ILVA-Riva Group, one of the world’s largest steel producers, and senior mechanical designer at Aker Solutions. Doru founded Ludor Engineering, a company that provides high level engineering services to Austrocasa.
Gidom coordinates 3D printed construction projects in Gambia, Senegal, and other African nations. He holds a degree in electrical engineering and construction technology, and he is a consultant in Gambia and Senegal for both solar electricity and construction. Gidom worked with a team on design, market research, and a feasibility study for a local Gambian solar project. His training includes renewable energy technology on solar and wind systems.
Bogdan coordinates 3D printed construction projects in Romania and other European countries. He is also the Director and Marketing Manager of the Ecological Building Department at Austrocasa International where he focuses on building sustainable and energy-efficient homes. Bodgan is involved in currency trading, having once worked as an independent assurance broker.