Iron Matrix creates expandable, reconfigurable, solar-powered homes that can be built by anyone, anywhere.
It’s an entirely new and lower cost, clean energy construction system with broad international applications.
Parts are robot manufactured from local materials and assembled without cranes, scaffolding or heavy equipment.
Solar panels replace traditional materials at no additional cost and the energy is stored within the structure.
Iron Matrix creates more sustainable buildings by reducing cost, time and environmental impacts.
Steel as the primary structural building material with its inherent recyclable nature and its efficiency of assembly, is the logical and responsible choice for Green Building
Iron Matrix is the culmination of David’s passion for life, design and engineering which he gained through his technical, commercial and strategic experience in the energy industry.
A native of Western Australia, David completed bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Commerce at the University of Western Australia. Upon graduation in 1997 he entered the oil and gas industry through an engineering position at Woodside Petroleum.
In 2006 David joined Chevron Australia. During his 9 year tenure worked in the United States, Nigeria and Singapore. He held positions of increasing responsibility including Commercial Analyst, Project Engineer, Engineering Manager, Business Manager and Project Manager on Major Capital Projects.
Nina is passionate about finding and seizing opportunities that are both good for society and good for business.
She enthusiastically joined the Iron Matrix team earlier this year, having returned from four years in the US where she completed an MBA at the University of Texas at Austin and served as a Venture Fellow to Stafford Capital Partners’ Sustainability Fund III.
A resource economist by training, Nina has 8 years’ consulting experience, most recently for several cleantech start-ups through the Austin Technology Incubator and Sydney’s EnergyLab.