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Mighty Buildings Rancho Mirage
Mighty Buildings Rancho Mirage

Our Vision

More Homes: Lower Emissions

The world needs more housing and we need to eliminate carbon emissions, period - this is not an either/or choice.
Mighty Single Family Homes
Mighty Single Family Homes

Our Impact

Mighty Buildings' technology has the potential to unlock productivity to address the housing crisis alongside the opportunity for reducing construction-related emissions.

Our Priorities

Tackling The Climate Crisis

The Problem

3.5
million
California needs new Homes by 2025
11
%
Global CO2 generated by Building Materials and Construction
28
%
Global CO2 generated by Building Operations

Our Approach

The home construction industry can't continue to build with the same tools and materials that have been used for centuries AND reduce CO2 emissions.

Mighty Buildings' innovative technology allows for both near-zero waste construction, the reduction of embodied carbon, and for building cost-effective zero-net energy homes. These methods contribute to our greenhouse gas and carbon emission savings which will grow over time as we get closer to our 2028 Carbon Neutrality goal.
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CARBON NEUTRALITY BY 2028

Carbon Neutrality
Our goal to be carbon neutral by 2028 is just the beginning not the end-point. We want to be part of the solution to create a regenerative economy, ultimately achieving carbon negativity.

ZERO NET ENERGY (ZNE)

Zero Net Energy (ZNE)
A Zero Net Energy building produces as much energy through clean, renewable resources as it consumes over the course of a year. ZNE buildings means lower carbon intensity of use and lower emissions. ZNE buildings also have a higher asset value, lower cost of utilities, and are more resilient during extreme weather and natural disasters.

ZERO WASTE CONSTRUCTION

Zero Waste Construction
Traditional construction methods produce 4,266 lbs of waste, for the average 1200 sq ft single family home.

With our 3D printing technology, we eliminate 95% of construction waste (and the associated CO2 emissions) versus a traditional built home.

MATERIALS AND PROCESS INNOVATION

Materials and process innovation
3D printing, robotics, and automation reduce construction waste and innovations in materials and fillers allow for safe, long-lasting, and recyclable building materials.

INDUSTRY COLLABORATION

Industry Collaboration
We want to be a sustainable role model for the construction industry. That's why we have taken an unprecedented approach working with compliance and regulatory agencies to introduce new and effective technology solutions that can benefit the construction industry.

Sustainability Roadmap

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2020

  • Health & Wellness Program for Employees
  • Carbon Emissions Tracked for 3D printed material (LCA) and Carbon Footprint Baseline Established
  • Introduced recycled materials in the printed formula
  • Printing material carbon footprint reduced by 20% with the new product line introduction
  • Committed to UN SDGs
  • All Homes Solar Ready
3. Good health and well-being
5. Gender equality
7. Affordable and clean energy
8. Decent work and economic growth
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
11. Sustainable cities and communities
12. Responsible consumption and production
13. Climate action
17. Partnerships for the goals
For people
Sustainable material
Health
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2021

  • 100% renewable energy
    in Oakland facility
  • Supplier Code of Conduct
  • Pledge Zero greenhouse gas
    emissions by 2028 (UN COP25)
    & SME Climate Hub (UN Race to Zero)
  • Implement ESG reporting
  • Zero Net-Energy homes
  • Use carbon capturing paints
SME Climate HUB
Climate Hub
Solar panels
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2022

  • Develop next generation
    sustainable material
  • DOE Zero Energy Homes certification
  • Green building certification
  • Implement carbon neutral
    foundation and other carbon
    neutral house features
Next generation
Sustainable material
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2023

  • Launch of multi-story product line
  • UL 2799 for Zero Waste to Landfill
  • Remove steel framing in our structure
Recycled materials
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2024

  • Certify our panels as structural elements
  • Increase recyclable content to 100%
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2025

  • Continue to improve our
    3D printing and carbon neutral
    formulation
Improvement
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2026

  • Power our RnD and offices with
    renewable energy
Solar energy
Wind energy
Water energy
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2027

  • To ensure all of our products
    are carbon neutral
  • Implement Waste-To-Energy
    technology
  • Implement carbon capture
    technologies
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2028

  • Achieve Carbon Neutrality
    at company level
  • Carbon Neutral Certification
Ecology
Carbon Neutrality
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Our 3D printing technology eliminates 95% of construction waste. For 1 Mighty House, this is equivalent to eliminating:
  • CO2 emissions of 5,026 miles driven
  • CO2 emissions of 225 gallons of gasoline
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Our 3D printing technology eliminates 95% of construction waste. If we built 300 Mighty House units, this would be the equivalent to eliminating:
  • CO2 emissions of 1.5 million miles driven
  • CO2 emissions of 67,514 gallons of gasoline

Alleviating the Housing Crisis

Housing Availability

The Problem: It's projected that California, alone, will need 3.5 million new homes by 2025 to meet demand.

Our Solution: Our innovative construction technology quickly adds more single family homes and ADUs to the market now, helping to increase housing availability for the 'Missing Middle' - our first responders and teachers and frontline workers who increasingly cannot afford to live in the communities they serve. This same technology will contribute to the creation of multi-family units in the near future.

Attracting a New Generation of Skilled Labor

The Problem: There is a massive shortage of skilled construction workers and tradespeople which is only expected to increase over the next ten years.

Our Solution: By using robotics and automation to speed up the most dangerous and time consuming parts of the construction process and create more units, we are able to focus on maximizing the value of the human labor for finishing the units while also attracting a new generation of workers to address the dwindling labor supply in construction.

UN SDGs

Mighty Buildings commits to 9 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our core business.
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3. Good health and well-being
Without health, life is not life. We believe wellness is a fundamental human right.

How we target this SDG?
Our homes have an HVAC system installed that can filter the air from outside going indoors. Our homeowners will be safe even in extreme wildfire smoke. We build comfortable, smartly insulated homes, with toxin free materials to deliver cleaner indoor air and reduce respiratory illnesses of its occupants.
5. Gender equality
Businesses can help tackle gender equality by using their influence to shape new social norms.

How we target this SDG?
Gender equality is our business imperative and we hire employees that have core values consistent with this value. We encourage development at all levels, no matter their gender, with what they need to succeed for an integral role.
7. Affordable and clean energy
To reduce the impact on the environment, we must use renewable energy resources to avoid fossil-fuel based production of energy.

How we target this SDG?
Our homes are Zero Net Energy, which produce as much energy through clean, renewable resources as it consumes over the course of a year. ZNE buildings means lower carbon intensity of use and lower emissions, are less vulnerable to the instability of energy prices, and more resilient in extreme weather and natural disasters.
8. Decent work and economic growth
We believe that sustainable, inclusive economic growth is the driver for progress. By creating decent jobs we can improve living standards which enable us to develop new innovative and sustainable houses.

How we target this SDG?
By creating decent jobs we can improve living standards which enable us to develop new innovative and sustainable houses that can be deployed more quickly, adaptably and intelligently than traditional construction, contributing to a sustainably-driven global construction sector.
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
We want to unleash sustainable industrialization and resilient infrastructure that will tackle the climate crisis.

How we target this SDG?
We developed a near zero construction waste method using additive manufacturing to minimize construction waste going to landfill. We are continuously upgrading our technological capabilities and strategically focus our continuous research and development (R&D) evolution on sustainable solutions.
11. Sustainable cities and communities
We want to contribute making cities and human settlements green, resource efficient, safe, inclusive and resilient.

How we target this SDG?
We build socially-impactful and innovative buildings. Our approach creates nearly zero construction waste (near zero scrap) while building Zero Net Energy Homes. We encourage construction in environmentally preferable locations and avoid development of sensitive lands.
12. Responsible consumption and production
The resources of our planet are not infinite. Consumption and production is a driving force in economy, but it can be destructive without a responsible and sustainable approach.

How we target this SDG?
Our company is moving towards sustainable patterns of consumption and production. We have internal carbon metrics and life cycle assessments to take smart and sustainable decisions. We are making efforts to reduce our total waste in our facilities with the goal of becoming a zero waste facility soon.
13. Climate action
Weather patterns are changing, sea levels are rising. The climate crisis is becoming more extreme. It is our collective duty to limit the damage with urgent and effective actions.

How we target this SDG?
We developed a near zero construction waste method using additive manufacturing to minimize construction waste going to landfill. Most of the energy in our California's production facility comes from renewable resources and we have the commitment of producing carbon neutral products by 2028, 22 years ahead of the construction industry.
17. Partnerships for the goals
We can do more by partnering with companies who have a shared vision and goals of placing focus on individuals and our planet.

How we target this SDG?
Mighty Buildings follows the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. We care about environmental protection, compliance with human rights, as well as anti-discrimination and anti-corruption policies. Mighty Buildings wants to partner with organizations that are consistent with our Supplier Code of Conduct, which outlines our Environment, Social and Governance expectations from our suppliers.
3. Good health and well-being
3. Good health and well-being
Without health, life is not life. We believe wellness is a fundamental human right.

How we target this SDG?
Our homes have an HVAC system installed that can filter the air from outside going indoors. Our homeowners will be safe even in extreme wildfire smoke. We build comfortable, smartly insulated homes, with toxin free materials to deliver cleaner indoor air and reduce respiratory illnesses of its occupants.
5. Gender equality
5. Gender equality
Businesses can help tackle gender equality by using their influence to shape new social norms.

How we target this SDG?
Gender equality is our business imperative and we hire employees that have core values consistent with this value. We encourage development at all levels, no matter their gender, with what they need to succeed for an integral role.
7. Affordable and clean energy
7. Affordable and clean energy
To reduce the impact on the environment, we must use renewable energy resources to avoid fossil-fuel based production of energy.

How we target this SDG?
Our homes are Zero Net Energy, which produce as much energy through clean, renewable resources as it consumes over the course of a year. ZNE buildings means lower carbon intensity of use and lower emissions, are less vulnerable to the instability of energy prices, and more resilient in extreme weather and natural disasters.
8. Decent work and economic growth
8. Decent work and economic growth
We believe that sustainable, inclusive economic growth is the driver for progress. By creating decent jobs we can improve living standards which enable us to develop new innovative and sustainable houses.

How we target this SDG?
By creating decent jobs we can improve living standards which enable us to develop new innovative and sustainable houses that can be deployed more quickly, adaptably and intelligently than traditional construction, contributing to a sustainably-driven global construction sector.
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
We want to unleash sustainable industrialization and resilient infrastructure that will tackle the climate crisis.

How we target this SDG?
We developed a near zero construction waste method using additive manufacturing to minimize construction waste going to landfill. We are continuously upgrading our technological capabilities and strategically focus our continuous research and development (R&D) evolution on sustainable solutions.
11. Sustainable cities and communities
11. Sustainable cities and communities
We want to contribute making cities and human settlements green, resource efficient, safe, inclusive and resilient.

How we target this SDG?
We build socially-impactful and innovative buildings. Our approach creates nearly zero construction waste (near zero scrap) while building Zero Net Energy Homes. We encourage construction in environmentally preferable locations and avoid development of sensitive lands.
12. Responsible consumption and production
12. Responsible consumption and production
The resources of our planet are not infinite. Consumption and production is a driving force in economy, but it can be destructive without a responsible and sustainable approach.

How we target this SDG?
Our company is moving towards sustainable patterns of consumption and production. We have internal carbon metrics and life cycle assessments to take smart and sustainable decisions. We are making efforts to reduce our total waste in our facilities with the goal of becoming a zero waste facility soon.
13. Climate action
13. Climate action
Weather patterns are changing, sea levels are rising. The climate crisis is becoming more extreme. It is our collective duty to limit the damage with urgent and effective actions.

How we target this SDG?
We developed a near zero construction waste method using additive manufacturing to minimize construction waste going to landfill. Most of the energy in our California's production facility comes from renewable resources and we have the commitment of producing carbon neutral products by 2028, 22 years ahead of the construction industry.
17. Partnerships for the goals
17. Partnerships for the goals
We can do more by partnering with companies who have a shared vision and goals of placing focus on individuals and our planet.

How we target this SDG?
Mighty Buildings follows the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. We care about environmental protection, compliance with human rights, as well as anti-discrimination and anti-corruption policies. Mighty Buildings wants to partner with organizations that are consistent with our Supplier Code of Conduct, which outlines our Environment, Social and Governance expectations from our suppliers.

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