Icon’s 3D-Printed Concrete Home Village Nears Completion

Icon said it has printed 90 out of 100 units in Georgetown, Texas, in collaboration with homebuilder Lennar.

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U.S.-based 3D concrete-printing company, Icon, announced it’s near completion of its Wolf Ranch subdivision, which includes 100 concrete-printed homes near Austin, Texas.

“We’ve completed [printing for] 95 homes,” said Spencer Padgett, vice president of construction for Icon, who expects Wolf Ranch to be finished next year.

“We have some of the lots taken up by our logistics and parking areas, so there’s three lots that are available and another two lots, which we will do next year.”

Padgett said the goal of Icon’s concrete-printed homes are to offer competitive prices for single-family homes; savings in time and materials from the process keep the homes’ prices at or below the regional average.

The homes in Wolf Ranch, which range in size from around 1,850 square feet, start at around $430,000. Vulcan can print structures up to 3,000 square feet within its nearly 16-foot by 47-foot frame.

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