Our history

1994

An idea is born

Mark Pivac has the idea for a mobile dynamically stabilised robot.

2005 - 2008

Patents and early prototypes

Mark Pivac files patents for an 'automated bricklaying system' and creates the first Hadrian prototype using seed funding. After successfully demonstrating the build of a wall using ground-mounted robots and mortar, production of Hadrian 105 (the precursor to Hadrian X) gets underway.

2014 - 2015

Hadrian 105 in development and Fastbrick goes public

After stalling during the GFC, development of the Hadrian 105 resumes amid a stronger economy and renewed interest in robotic construction.

The following year, Fastbrick Robotics is listed on the ASX.

2016

Leading the world in robotic construction

The Hadrian 105 construction robot builds the world's first multi-room block structure from a 3D CAD model with no human intervention. Following this remarkable achievement, development begins on Hadrian X.

2017 - Present

Global partners and a growing brand portfolio

Caterpillar and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia each sign agreements to work with Hadrian X.

Fastbrick partners with EY to explore global opportunities for its technology and following initial results rebrands as FBR to provide latitude for additional products and divisions in the future.

Award winning innovation

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