Join Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix as Operations Manager 3D Printing!

Operations Manager: 3D Concrete Printing

Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix B.V. has been a pioneer ever since the early 2000s. Back in 2005, we were the first company to 3D print a wall. Ten years after that, TU Eindhoven embraced our technology and dedicated further scientific research into this innovative construction method. A consortium of companies then took our technology from lab scale to full-size projects such as bridges and houses. Our development since has been rapid—in 2019, we opened Europe’s first concrete printing factory together with market leader BAM Infra.

Weber Beamix, Eindhoven, 38 hours per week

Do you get energy from:

  • Being responsible for the operations of the 3D Printing production facility in Eindhoven;
  • Being responsible for the operational, global , roll out of our 3D printing activities;
  • Being able to apply, develop and implement process to optimize the operational process;
  • Being able to balance structure and adhoc work to come to the best end result;
  • Steer, manage and develop the production team;
  • Being ambitious.

Do you recognize yourself in?

  • You have a HBO or University degree in (Technical) Business or similar field;
  • You have at least 1 year of work experience in Operations Management with strong Project Management skills;
  • You are comfortable and have experience with Lean/Agile development,
  • Good writing and communication skills. Fluent English and Dutch;
  • Good knowledge of Excel/Google Spreadsheet;
  • Entrepreneurial spirit/experience with a strong growth mindset;
  • Adaptable and comfortable with a fast-paced environment;
  • An active relationship builder who can collaborate with internal and external teams to consistently improve processes and communication workflows;
  • Experience in managing a team of contractors or employees on multiple projects simultaneously.

Yes? Then we have a match!

Does this fun and versatile feature fit? And do you have the right skills? Then we would like to meet you and hear how you want to use your energy and talents. In addition, we would like to take the opportunity to tell you more about our great company, the position and terms of employment, such as:

  • an excellent salary (between € 3.500,- to € 4.600,- gross);
  • 25 leave and 6 ADV days;
  • excellent pension provision;
  • max. 10% bonus;
  • sports allowance;
  • chair massage and free fruit;
  • a wide range of training and career opportunities within Saint-Gobain;
  • and above all: a pleasant no-nonsense working atmosphere with Brabant cosiness at a top employer!

How to Apply:

Please send your cover letter and résumé on 
this page. If you’d like more information, please contact Peter Paul Cornelissen, International 3D Project Manager, at +31 (0)682851030.

We look forward to seeing you at the Beton Event!

Saint-Gobain, and with it Weber Beamix, has the ambition to be CO2 neutral by 2050. And big steps are already being taken in that direction. In addition to reducing emissions during production processes, the composition of products is also examined. From 3D concrete printing to eco concrete; developments follow each other in rapid succession.


Would you like to know more about the latest innovations aimed at the future? Then come to the Concrete Event on Tuesday 14 June and visit us at stand number 7-8. Click here to sign up.

Modern Burj al-Hamam breaks record at the Floriade

This unique object has earned with this a well-deserved place in the Guinness World Records book. The ‘pigeon tower’ was designed by Dar & the Expo Pavilion group and printed by Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix in Eindhoven.

The Pigeon Tower

The 3D printed Burj al-Hamam pays tribute to the traditionally built pigeon towers in Qatar and is characterized by its special, architectural shape. During the migration season, the tower provides a shelter for more than a thousand pigeons. At the same time, it provides an ecological way of farming. Thanks to the clever construction, the pigeon droppings can be collected and used as fertilizer for local farms. Visitors to the Floriade can also get to know the 3D printed structure and construction inside and up close. Since many wild pigeons now gratefully use the tower, access is of course entirely at your own risk.

Groundbreaking design

The Burj al-Hamam was built without steel reinforcement or poured concrete. At 12.1 meters it is the highest 3D printed tower in the world. This is confirmed by a measurement by an official of Guinness World Records. To further reduce the carbon footprint, Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix has significantly reduced the energy requirement of the production process and the amount of material. As a result, up to 60% less CO2 was emitted for the towers than with the traditional way of building. In this way, the Weber Beamix concrete printing factory has pushed the boundaries of concrete printing even further.


Tower specifications


Total No. elements             65 pcs

Weight                                  56 tons

Volume                                 26 m3

Print time                             107 hours

3DCP mortar                        W160-3D

3DCP Factory                       Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix Eindhoven

Design                                   Dar & Expo Pavilion group

Construction Eng.               Witteveen+Bos

3DCP Eng.                             Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix

Constructor                          KPM3