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Printing buildings in a fast, safe and flexible way.
Together we can revolutionize the construction industry
Together we can revolutionize the construction industry
PERI and COBOD want to discover and drive forward the construction industry based on specific construction projects in collaboration with our customers. We are looking for dedicated applicants to join the PERI 3D Construction Printing Team.

What we do

3D construction printing is still at an early stage. However, the technology has untold potential that we want to exploit by putting the technology into use on construction sites. Together with our partner COBOD, we want to establish 3D construction printing as the standard construction method for residential applications and thereby industrialize the construction process.


Strategic Partnership with Danish technology leader in 3D construction printing

For several years we at PERI have been closely following the development of 3D construction printing in the construction industry and believe that it will become more important in the coming years. Especially in the residential segment, we believe it will be the standard construction method in the future. Together with our partner COBOD, we want to help bring this breakthrough technology to the masses. 

In 2018 we acquired a stake in the Danish 3D construction printing specialist COBOD International A/S based in Copenhagen. Today, COBOD is one of the world's leading companies with a wide range of 3D printers for residential construction.

In 2017 COBOD printed Europe’s 3D printed building - the so-called "BOD" ("Building on Demand")

PERI employees

PERI Company

PERI, founded in 1969, is one of the world's largest manufacturers of formwork and scaffolding. In addition to the parent plant and headquarters in Weissenhorn near Ulm, Germany, more than 70 subsidiaries and over 160 logistics centers are operated. The company employs over 9,500 employees and generated revenue of $1.71 billion in 2018.