Wall as a Service® is delivering affordable, sustainable, and precision builds with Hadrian X® technology.

Building the Walls of the World

FBR's Wall as a Service® / WaaS® allows access to the benefits of robotic construction such as improvements in speed, accuracy, safety and waste, without having to build robotics capability into their businesses.


Robotic construction is here.

Humans have been laying bricks in the same way for the past 6,000 years. Until now.

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Hadrian X® nails the zero waste strategy

H01 has produced zero block waste on site by laying sequenced pallets.

This shapes up to be one of the most environmentally friendly ways to produce a block structure in the world.

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See what Hadrian X® made possible

  • 137,038

    Precision laid blocks laid - each one bringing a project closer to completion.

  • 11,788 m2

    Walls safely built - with no back injuries, and in all kinds of weather.

  • <1%

    Total waste per build - conserving resources and minimising impact.

Health and Safety

FBR has challenged traditional methods of construction and is delivering improved health and safety outcomes. Eliminating repetitive manual labour, exposure to silica dust and working at elevated heights reduces risk of long-term damage to workers. FBR is helping to solve a global skill shortage that will affect future business growth, while also improving working conditions for existing and future bricklayers.


With A$15 billion wasted annually on manual bricklaying practices, Hadrian X® is leading the construction industry towards a more sustainable future, reducing offcut waste through state-of-the-art optimisation software. Hadrian X® can also lay green building products, providing exceptional environmental and performance outcomes.


Using revolutionary dynamic stabilisation technology, Hadrian X® can build homes faster, slashing construction costs and delivering more reliable structures with limited waste and the ability to operate around the clock. By digitalising the construction process, stakeholders can better understand a structure from design to lock-up, enabling other off-site manufacturing to be carried out concurrently.