As the Director of Business Development, Michael leads ICON’s go-to-market efforts by developing partnerships and projects focused on scaled delivery of 3D-printed construction.
Michael is primarily focused on development scale projects in the single-family residential sector that will
bring ICON’s innovative construction methods to the masses. Most recently, he played a critical role in the launch of ICON’s 100-home 3D-printed community, the world’s largest community of 3D-printed structures underway. Through his efforts, ICON will be able to deliver more housing options, including mainstream market residential and affordable housing, to members of our community in the years ahead.
As a member of the Urban Land Institute, Michael is active on the National Community Development
Council and Austin’s local Housing Innovation Council.
Michael has been involved in construction since childhood and has extensive professional background in
sales and operations leadership for both large companies and growing startups.
He is a proud alumni of the University of Georgia and currently resides in Austin, Texas with his wife and
young son. Outside of changing the world through 3D printed construction, he is passionate about travel,
food and music.
Tuesday, February 20, 2024
2:00pm – 3:15pm
Hilton Austin, Room 406, Floor 4
With labor shortages, construction costs escalating, and interest rates rising, getting housing development to pencil has become even more difficult. While the real estate industry has had numerous false starts with innovative production techniques, have tech and innovation advances and economic realities aligned to make new construction technologies and innovations a scalable solution for our housing shortage? This panel of experts will explore.