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Pioneers in digital construction

For many companies, the newness of 3D concrete printing creates questions: how could this work in our industry?

ChangeMaker 3D has spent years testing the technology, proving the business case and ensuring the highest standards of site safety.  We’ve just been awarded ‘Best 3D Concrete Printing Company (UK) 2022’

The Founders

Natalie and Luke founded ChangeMaker3D in 2017, energised by the potential to use emerging technologies as a force for good. Having witnessed stark inequality at a community level, they were determined to combine their passions for print innovation, skills and partnerships to create a lasting legacy.

Natalie is a pioneering, ambitious leader and finalist for the Design and Build Awards ‘Women of the Year’. With a strong board-level track record of embedding social enterprise within supply chains, Natalie is proud to be increasing the profile of women in 3D print construction.

Luke is a highly technical and creative thinker who is dedicated to delivering outstanding 3D print innovation for business and society. He has over 20 years’ experience in the print industry, successfully supporting disadvantaged young people to move into employment, education and training.

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...supporting industry to leave a lighter footprint on our planet, reducing carbon and increasing local skills, local spend and local jobs.

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The CM3D model: helping you achieve sustainable growth

Carbon reduction (Planet): Technology delivers a 20% reduction in carbon emissions, including Scope 3.

Social Value (People): People acquire ‘in demand’ skills and jobs, helping to tackle national shortages.

Wealth (Prosperity): Investment brings local economic benefit, enabling community regeneration.

What can you expect from us?

ChangeMaker 3D is a carbon neutral company. You can view a copy of our carbon statement here.

Challenging the Status Quo

We are fearless in seeking alternative solutions – can things be done better, smarter, more sustainably? It’s in our DNA.



We make change happen – but we don’t seek change for the sake of it. We work collaboratively with our partners to create sustainable solutions that benefit everyone.


Community Driven

We are passionate about driving change for the benefit of communities – sharing our skills, knowledge and technology at a local, national and global level.

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Care for the Environment

We’re independently validated as carbon positive. Through Printfrastructure, we tirelessly support our clients and partners on their path to Net Zero.

Follow our journey


ChangeMaker3D is established with a goal of using 3D printing technology as a force for good.

February 2019

The ChangeMakers programme starts – supporting underrepresented people to develop employment skills and confidence.

June 2019

CM3D designs a low carbon affordable 3D printed home for the UK, with future opportunity to demo.

March 2021

CM3D is selected for United Utilities Innovation Lab and begins design of a wastewater distribution chamber, assisted by partners.

September 2022   

Following a period of testing, the chamber is hailed as a success, saving 25% of carbon, 20% of costs and 55% of labour versus traditional methods.

July 2022   

CM3D are nominees for ‘Best Innovation’ category in the Construction News Awards and ‘Net Zero’ category in the Digital Construction Awards.

January 2022   

The chamber is 3D-printed in an offsite factory and craned into place at the United Utilities site in Cheshire.

August 2021

HS2 announces it will be utilising 3D-print technology developed by CM3D and deployed by Skanska Costain STRABAG JV (SCS) – with the aim of cutting carbon on key aspects of the HS2 project by up to 50%.


The company moves to its new base at Malvern Science Park – a hub for innovation in the region.

October 2022

Natalie wins ‘Most Innovative Sustainable Business CEO’ through CEO Monthly.

November 2022

‘Live’ 3D printing event hosted by HS2, CM3D and SCS JV to demonstrate progress with 3D printing parts of the HS2 project.

November 2022

CM3D are finalists in the New Civil Engineer ‘Techfest’ awards – recognising the potential of 3D printing to improve productivity on-site.