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CyBe Construction expands to North America

The new branch, based in Florida, will focus on the country’s sustainable housing market

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Dutch 3D concrete printing company, CyBe, has just opened its North American branch in Florida, and is planning several sustainable housing projects in the United States. Founded in 2013, CyBe Construction brings a decade of knowledge and experience from worldwide 3D concrete printing projects.

“We see excellent opportunities to expand our US investments even further in the coming years and we are specifically focused on the country’s sustainable housing market. There, we see a strong demand for affordable (rental) housing, which seems to have only increased during Covid-19, heightened by the effects of climate changes,” said Berry Hendriks, founder, and CEO of CyBe Construction.

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CyBe Construction Florida, LLC will be led by Florida native James Light. James has been involved in 3D concrete printing for the past six years and successfully 3D printed the first permitted home in Florida, in 2021, using a Cobod printing system. James has been a Certified Building Contractor in Florida since 2007 – operating a small family construction company out of his hometown of Tallahassee. James brings industry knowledge and experience in integrating 3D printed structures into the mainstream construction processes. His passion for finding solutions for affordable housing, coupled with a focus on innovative construction methods, aligns with CyBe’s philosophy.

“Berry and his CyBe team have a holistic approach to what is a very fragmented construction industry. Their priorities are what are so appealing to me as a builder in the industry and why I believe CyBe will have long-term success. I am thrilled to be a part of his team and ready to get to work!” said James Light.

CyBe has also recently joined ASTM, with the aim of contributing to a more sustainable and transparent industry. ASTM’s 12,000+ standards are referenced globally, and ensure that materials and processes perform safely and efficiently.

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