Waste Reduction: Manufacturing Method Matters

Waste Reduction: Manufacturing Method Matters

Building materials are the bones, muscle, and protective tissue of every building in our built environment, and each of these materials is manufactured for a particular purpose or need. Considering the great deal of time, costs, and work that go into creating, fabricating, specifying, and installing building products, it seems reasonable to believe that all […]

Crossing Paths: Where Prefabrication Meets Architectural Beauty

Crossing Paths: Where Prefabrication Meets Architectural Beauty

  For architects, it is fundamental to train your mind to think outside of the box. In fact, it is one of the concepts that is preached to architecture students at universities worldwide. However, once in the real world, many architects find themselves having to work within a defined box of design constraints that diminish […]

Branch Technology Continues to Expand Its Team, Adds Two New Industry Veterans

Additions Bring Deep Knowledge and Expertise to Software Engineering and Marketing Departments Steve Ziegler CHATTANOOGA, TN (May 5, 2022) Branch Technology, a revolutionary construction-technology company that 3D prints facades for commercial buildings, is adding to its pool of talent with the appointment of new team members in the software engineering and marketing departments. Both additions […]

Branch Technology CEO to Speak at Advancing Prefabrication Conference

Branch Technology CEO to Speak at Advancing Prefabrication Conference Branch Technology

Company Exhibiting Innovative Product Range; CEO Speaking on Design Freedom and 3D-Printed Facades CHATTANOOGA, TN (April 18, 2022) – Branch Technology, a revolutionary construction-technology company that 3D prints facades for commercial buildings, will help drive the conversation about the democratization of design and 3D-printed facades at this year’s Advancing Prefabrication Conference (April 26 to 29 […]

3D Printing: Construction’s Next Frontier

3D Printing: Construction’s Next Frontier

Since its inception in the 1980s, 3D printing has evolved from a fledgling industry that resulted in the printing of small, fairly inexpensive items – tools, parts, and the like – to the creation of facades for entire buildings. What do today’s advancements in 3D printing suggest for the construction industry when it comes to […]