Bringing the next generation of sustainable living to Ontario.

Symphony Advanced Building Technologies' mission is to be a leader in producing green, cost-effective, sustainable buildings for the new construction and retrofit markets.

Our Phase 1 is to bring our first facility to the Ontario market.

Producing buildings for the future.

Our buildings are incredibly durable, adaptable to virtually any design and cost-efficient. They require a fraction of the materials and significantly less build time when compared to current construction methods. Our products will also suitable for the significant retrofit market – it can be used to improve the energy efficiency of existing buildings while increasing housing supply.

We are primed to revolutionize the concept of sustainable construction. Our materials can be used for buildings of all heights and sizes, and are suitable for commercial/institutional/industrial, mixed-use, multi-family residential and single-family detached buildings, as well as for retrofitting existing buildings of all types.


Shorter build time means lower costs. More durable, resilient buildings reduce maintenance costs. And our ultra-efficient buildings mean major savings on energy utility bills for the life of the building.

Reduce Impact

The homes and buildings that we live and work in are having a devastating impact on our world.

  • Buildings are the #1 source of climate pollution – 39% of global emissions.

  • Their construction and ongoing maintenance generate the largest share of waste now choking our landfills.

With city populations doubling by 2050, our world cannot sustain the growing impact that is guaranteed if we continue to use the same materials and building methods


Opening our first manufacturing facility in Ontario.

Building a 100,000sqft facility to service the Ontario market

Why Ontario? A 33.6B Market.

SABT has selected Ontario as our first area of operations due to the massive potential and opportunity as the largest marketing in Canada. 

$22.5B in Residential Construction

$9.0B in Commercial Construction

2.1B in Industrial Construction