Smarter Building, Better Living
Katerra is putting modern technology to work at all levels of building design and construction to help address some of the industry’s most entrenched challenges.
Learn more about our mission to transform construction through technology – every process and every product.
Big Thinking + Even Bigger Doing
Katerra’s team brings together deep AEC knowledge with the experience of disrupting and scaling major global industries – the right combination to pursue this ambitious vision.
Environmentally Intelligent Building
Katerra is working to develop and deliver sustainable building solutions that are scalable to all projects and economically viable without adding outsized cost burdens.
Innovative Solutions for Lasting Change
Katerra is uniquely positioned to impact a wide range of market sectors and building asset types, delivering a new generation of high-quality affordable housing.
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Katerra’s acquisitions, mergers and other strategic transactions are helping to scale our core competencies and executional capabilities.
Katerra Enhances Leadership Team with Industry Veteran Executives
Katerra, a technology company redefining the construction industry, today announced that Matthew Marsh has been appointed as chief financial officer, Lisa Picard has joined as a director of Katerra’s Board, and Mollie Fadule has joined as head of affordable housing.
It’s Time We Treat Some Forests Like Crops
Here’s something you probably didn’t know: the construction business accounts for an estimated 23 percent of the world’s carbon-dioxide emissions—5.7 billion tons, according to the most recent estimates. Much of this comes from the use of concrete and steel, the two biggest contributors to emissions in the building sector. As the BBC has reported, if the concrete industry were a country, it would be the third-largest emissions producer, behind China and the United States.
Catalyst Rising: Cross-laminated timber structure takes shape in U-District
First came the bridge, then came the big wooden building. Work on the Catalyst campus at the south landing of the University District Gateway Bridge has moved quickly, and the two buildings under construction are on pace to be complete early next year.