Mighty Buildings

Mighty Buildings

Mighty Buildings is a company working in the construction industry with 3D printing technology and advanced composite materials, funded by Y Combinator.

Mighty Buildings is a company working in the construction industry with 3D printing technology and advanced composite materials that is headquartered in Redwood City, California and was founded in 2017 by Salva Solonitsyn (CEO), Alexey Dubov (COO), Sam Ruben (CSO), and Dmitry Starodubtsev (CTO).


Mighty Buildings has developed a 3D printing material and system that allows the printing of energy efficient structures with near-zero construction waste. They claim that this can be done at a lower cost than traditional construction technologies.

One of the advantages of Mighty Buildings technology is that it enables freeform architecture. Mighty Buildings states that their materials feature better compressive and tensile strength than commercial grade concrete, while 3D printing technology uses light to get the composite material solidified from the printing head. Mighty Building is able to print horizontal lines without support.

Mighty Buildings delivers Housing Construction Platform automating 80% of construction operations and saving up to 95% of building time. They specifically focus on solving problems of effective production of the category of starter homes, starting from the segment of backyard studios that can be built on the existing lots for the Millennials who live with their parents.

Mighty Buildings gives consideration to environment sustainability when providing housing solutions. Being concerned with surrounding natural ecosystems they have eliminated waste from our construction processes by utilizing additive manufacturing and recycling of materials. Their solutions are also designed to meet progressive energy standards.

Mighty Buildings has taken into consideration longevity of delivered products and their security for the customers. Proprietary materials are more resilient to fire, wind, moisture, earthquake events, and other environmental factors.

Initial Traction and Funding

Mighty Buildings is funded by Venture Capital firms including Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, CoreVC and Y Combinator. They have raised over $75M in capital.


March 19, 2021
The first 3D-printed neighborhood to be established in the Californian desert
February 2021
Mighty Buildings raises a $40,000,000 series B round from Bold Capital Partners, L.P., Core Innovation Capital, Foundamental, Khosla Ventures and Zeno Ventures.
August 6, 2019
Mighty Buildings raises a $25,800,000 series A round from Bold Capital Partners, Foundamental, Khosla Ventures, Peak State Ventures and SQN Venture Partners.
April 2018
Mighty Buildings raises a $10,000,000 venture round from Brad Flora, Core Innovation Capital, Khosla Ventures, Ruvento Ventures, SV Angel, Spike Ventures, Total Access Fund, Venture Souq and Y Combinator.
Mighty Buildings was founded by Alexey Dubov, Dmitry Starodubtsev, Sam Ruben and Slava Solonitsyn.

Funding rounds

Funding round
Funding type
Funding round amount (USD)
Funding round date
Mighty Buildings Venture round, April 2018
April 2018
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Dmitry Starodubtsev


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Documentaries, videos and podcasts


Exterior View of the first product

21 September 2018

Interior View of the first product

21 September 2018




Kari Paul
March 19, 2021
the Guardian
Rise in 3D-printed homes comes as California's housing crisis continues to rage, with 1.8m to 3.5m new units needed by 2025
February 15, 2021
The Pulse of New York Tech
Mighty Buildings
February 9, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Mighty Buildings, a construction tech company revolutionizing the construction industry by creating homes that are beautiful, sustainable, and...
Sophia Kunthara
February 9, 2021
Crunchbase News
Mighty Buildings builds homes using 3D printing, robotics, and more sustainable materials.
Mary Ann Azevedo
February 9, 2021
Once upon a time, the idea of 3D-printed homes felt like a thing of the future. But as housing gets less and less affordable -- especially in ultra-expensive markets such as the Bay Area -- companies are getting creative in their quest to build more affordable homes using technology. One of those companies, Oakland-based Mighty [...]
Alex Nicoll
February 9, 2021
Business Insider
The company will use the funds for a new material that helps construct multistory buildings without steel as well as to partner with local builders.


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