bioMASON has developed a technology using microorganisms to grow biocement™ based construction materials. The Company’s products include proprietary manufacturing process and materials used by customers for incorporation in existing facilities or on-site manufacturing. The strength of biocement™ materials is comparable to traditional masonry, and can be used as a green alternative. bioMASON’s products make it possible to manufacture on-site in ambient temperatures using locally available materials, without using fuel for firing the material. bioMASON enables savings in energy costs and a large reduction of carbon emissions.
Ginger Krieg Dosier holds a Master of Architecture (2005) from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and a Bachelor of Interior Design (2000) from the Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction.
Over the past 10 years, Ginger Dosier has devoted concentration in novel research for new material development for the AEC [Architecture Engineering and Construction] sector with environmental focus. Formally trained as an architect, she has additional experience and training in material science and microbiologically based materials. Prior to founding bioMASON, she served as a teaching fellow of Architecture at North Carolina State University and an assistant professor of Architecture at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.