Antonic describes his work as “creating a new paradigm in building and construction.” For the past 15 years, he and his company have developed sustainable parts to replace wood, steel and concrete and assembled into custom buildings serving two markets: disaster resistant buildings and low-cost social housing. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Antonic spread awareness of his company’s fiberglass building system that can withstand 300 mph winds. The technology was featured in a 2005 New York Times article and has led to license and joint ventures supported by 39 U.S. patents issued and additional U.S. and foreign patents pending.

Jordan has engineered composite Yachts for the last eight Americas Cup’s, the last two for the Oracle Team USA, and including the winning team in 2007 and 2013. Oracle Team USA’s use of composites has paved the way for the materials to become a staple for building foiling catamaran’s for the America’s Cup.

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