【AEA 2021 Alumni】
We cannot prevent an earthquake. We can, however, build to avoid its destructive impacts. Tectonus has invented innovative seismic dampers with an additive self-centring capability that re-centres structures during earthquakes and aftershocks.

Tectonus dampers, primarily used for commercial buildings and liquid storage tanks, not only improves the structural resiliency but also significantly reduces business disruption and evacuation times, for both new and retrofit applications of any size and material (steel, concrete and timber).

Tectonus dampers have been used in various greenfield projects, including Nelson Airport, Hutt Valley Health Hub, Yealands Wineries and Fast + Epp HQ in Vancouver. More greenfield projects are to be started, including the world’s tallest timber-only building in a seismic zone in Vancouver, a public transport building with >$3M revenue and our first Japanese project with the largest construction company in the country, Obayashi.

Chief Business Officer and Co-Founder

Nominated by

Investment Manager,
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
We believe Tectonus is an innovative IOT company that will revolutionise the construction industry in seismic regions. The company has existing revenue, proven market validation and an existing relationship with two corporate partners in Japan.