Just weeks after it announced a partnership with the Virginia Center for Housing Research at Virginia Tech to design, build, and study America’s first 3D-printed, private-public partnership grant-funded single-family home in Richmond, Alquist has revealed another unprecedented project underway in Williamsburg, Virginia. This time, it’s the East Coast’s first 3D-printed Habitat for Humanity dwelling.
The project, spearheaded by additive construction company Alquist with Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg, will mark the second 3D-printed home in the United States for the Georgia-headquartered international nonprofit organization. The first was a 1,738-square-foot dwelling currently being constructed with a gantry-style Build on Demand Printer (BOD 2) in Tempe, Arizona. (Alquist is
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