ConXtech Announces New Business Development Leader

September 7, 2021

Pleasanton, California – September 7, 2021 – San Francisco Bay Area based ConXtech, Inc., a leader in construction technology, announced that Adam Kurtenbach, former Director of Business Development for the Pacific Northwest Region of KATERRA, has joined the company as its new Vice President of Business Development effective as of September 7, 2021. ConXtech is backed by Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Energy Innovation Capital, and other leading investors. Mr. Kurtenbach is joining the company at a time of rapid growth during which ConXtech has expanded production to include facilities in the US, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia.

ConXtech’s products and technologies enable production of steel structures in a high-tech factory environment resulting in unprecedented productivity, dimensional accuracy and quality. The modular system simplifies design, detailing, fabrication and field assembly, accelerating the delivery of a structural frame by 2X – 5X vs. any conventional method. ConXtech has built more than 20 million square feet of steel structures including data centers, commercial offices, multi-family residential and retail facilities, health care buildings, oil & gas and chemicals projects.

“I’m very excited to join ConXtech and help build upon the foundation that has already been established.  I believe strongly in the vision that CEO Gilles Caussade has laid out and the team that he has assembled to enable that vision.  ConXtech is a company that brings invaluable schedule compaction to the marketplace at a time when every company and developer is looking for speed.”

Mr. Kurtenbach brings more than two decades of experience in sales within the modular construction industry. In his most recent role he was responsible for oversight of almost $500 million in project sales across the Pacific Northwest. Mr. Kurtenbach is a firm believer in the power of innovative, modular, sustainable building practices and their ability to change the built environment for the better.