3D Printing Structures by Integrating Materials Science & Robotics

Genesis Dimensions is a complete building solution that ensures structural integrity and freedom of form by using materials science and bringing automation and processes onsite to transform construction into manufacturing for builders and makers.

Whether commercial or residential, our products are built stronger, faster, and less expensively than anyone on the market utilizing proprietary automated technology and building materials.

Meet The Team

Kaleb Steinhauer

Kaleb Steinhauer

CEO & Co-Founder

Casey Roberts

Casey Roberts

Materials Lead & Co-Founder

Ben Steinhauer

Ben Steinhauer

Software Lead & Co-Founder

Eric Compton

Eric Compton

Robotics & Automation Lead

Christopher Gilman

Christopher Gilman

Software & Robotics Engineer

Rob Malone

Rob Malone

CFO

Sara Compton

Sara Compton

Accounting

Aaron Perry

Aaron Perry

Construction Lead

Our Story

Similar to many other companies that start either in a college dorm room or garage, our story started in a college dorm room and progressed into a “garage”.

It was one of those nights where this question arose: “Why are we not 3D printing a house?”

The idea did not come to fruition until the other co-founders, Casey Roberts, Dan Holman and Ben Steinhauer met up. Together, they researched and discussed the best way to 3D print a house.

After much time invested researching and analyzing the market, the team filed the papers to form a company: “Genesis Dimensions” was born!

The co-founders quickly realized that the team was not yet complete. In order for Genesis Dimensions to be successful, multiple new joiners had to manage robotics & automation, general counseling, accounting and operations.

Along the way we have had the privilege to convince a multitude of very talented, thriving and humble people to join what we call “The Future of Construction”.

This team together forms a promising future in the realization of Genesis Dimensions’ vision.

This is the logo with how it all began!

After being exposed to the additive manufacturing industry for a while, we saw the necessity in changing our initial tagline from “Just Press Print” to “Automating Construction”.