We grow natural stone
Revolutionizing the construction industry requires a unique team. At Biomason architects and engineers rub shoulders with biologists and materials scientists. Together, we’re helping global brands achieve their goals for low-carbon buildings.
For people who grow
We are for the people who read pledges about finding cleaner ways to build better days, and think, “who’s got the time for a 10-year plan?”
We are for the people who know that what we do today is what matters.
We’re looking for more partners to join us on our journey to make a meaningful impact as quickly as possible.
The Wall Street Journal
“Growing bricks and more ways to shrink concrete’s carbon footprint”
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Ginger Krieg Dosier
CEO & President
Ginger Krieg Dosier has multi-disciplinary business strategy experience managing a diverse team of scientists, engineers, architects, builders, funding partners, granting agencies, and strategic partners. Her primary background includes sustainable material development from laboratory prototype to commercialization and environmental architecture.
Prior to founding Biomason, she worked as an assistant professor of architecture at the American University of Sharjah, in the United Arab Emirates and North Carolina State University. She earned her Masters of Architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and undergraduate degree from Auburn University. In addition, Ginger’s professional background encompasses Government Agencies including the US Army Corps of Engineers, currently serving on the State Building Commission, and serving on multiple steering advocacy committees for significantly reducing carbon in the global building industry.
Chief Technology Officer
Michael is responsible for technology development and optimization at Biomason. As co-founder, he has been with Biomason from its inception. Previously he was responsible for the development and implementation of a state-of-the art laboratory facility focused on the research of emerging materials and manufacturing technologies at the American University of Sharjah, College of Architecture, Art and Design. Before AUS he worked as an architect at offices such as Pei, Cobb, Freed + Partners, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and Clearscapes. Most notably he worked from conception through design development on the United States Airforce Memorial in Arlington, VA designed by James Ingo Freed.
He holds a Bachelors of Architecture from NC State University in Raleigh, North Carolina and a Masters of Architecture and Urbanism from the Architectural Association Design Research Lab in London, UK
Chief Operations Officer
Bert is responsible for manufacturing and supply chain operations at Biomason. Previously he was Vice-President of automotive manufacturing at Tesla, responsible for all operations at Tesla’s flagship production plant in Fremont. Before Tesla he consulted for innovation driven companies such as Kindred, Holo, UltraSolar, Apple, and Sunpower. Bert has led teams through complete product development lifecycles, from early R&D to end customer deployment, qualification, manufacturing and revenue scale-up.
He held similar roles at public companies including SunEdison and Cypress Semiconductor; and start-ups such as NextGen Power Systems and SVTC Technologies, a company he founded. He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium and serves as Chairman of the Board of The Ocean Cleanup, a Netherlands based company deploying technologies to rid the oceans and rivers of plastic.
VP of Manufacturing
Mike joined Biomason in April 2020 and is responsible for day to day operations of their manufacturing division. Prior to Biomason, Mike was with Nicolock Paving Stones LLC, where he oversaw dry-cast concrete product manufacturing in the Northeast with a daily throughput of 110,000 square feet of concrete paving stones. Before his role at Nicolock, Mike worked for the National Concrete Masonry Association as Concrete Production Specialist and Manufacturing Research Project Manager collaborating with associate and producer members worldwide in scaling production and employee education programs. He has been involved in the building products industry for over 28 years and has been heavily involved with ASTM Standards development as related to Concrete Masonry Units, Chairman of NCMA’s Concrete Technology and Operations Committee, and independent development of several concrete batching and curing systems.