At IsoTruss, Inc. our mission is to help companies build with the structures and technology of tomorrow.
Our patented IsoTruss® geometry is a radically transformative structural solution that is stronger, lighter-weight, more durable and less expensive than traditional materials. We’re the new steel! We also build sustainability for tomorrow, because IsoTruss is eco-friendly at every level, from our manufacturing process to the reduction in materials required to achieve structural objectives.
IsoTruss enables companies and engineers to build structures for today and tomorrow, investors to build portfolios for tomorrow, and employees to build careers for tomorrow.
As an engineering, design, and manufacturing services provider, we produce patented IsoTruss® lattice cell towers for the telecommunications industry and other applications. IsoTruss® cell towers, fabricated with composite material, are lightweight, durable, cost-effective, corrosion-resistant, sustainable, and environmentally friendly.
The IsoTruss® technology advantage is adaptable and scalable. Utilizing our family of patented, composite material grid structures, we offer R&D capabilities, applications, and solutions in telecommunications infrastructure, aerospace, civil infrastructure, energy, construction, leisure, and more.
Originally a 1994 technology R&D spin-off of Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, we were acquired by our current CEO Nathan D. Rich in 2015 and have been growing ever since.
Marianne Clayton (Head of R&D and Government Funding). Marianne Clayton is the Head of Research and Development and Government Level Funding at IsoTruss, Inc. She received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 2017 and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering in 2019 with research focused on composites and Nano based sensors both from BYU. Before working at IsoTruss, Ms. Clayton partnered in innovation efforts to address plastics challenges at US Synthetic, a synthetic diamond manufacturer in Orem, Utah.
Moses Covarrubias (Vice President of Sales). Moses Covarrubias is the Vice President of Sales for IsoTruss. Prior to IsoTruss, Moses was owner and Vice President of his own sales firm specializing in telecommunication sales including towers, disaster recovery, private 5G networks and communication vehicles. He also had a career with AT&T in site development, program management and In-Building sales. Moses is an alumni of Biola University (La Mirada, CA) and California State University, Long Beach. In his spare time, Moses leads a local chapter for Boy Scouts of America, board member for a non-profit performing arts education and youth development organization. He also serves on the public safety commission for his local municipality. Moses resides in Southern California with his wife and has 4 children.
David W. Jensen, Ph.D., P.E., D.E.R., F.ASCE, A.F.AIAA (Chief Technical Adviser). David W. Jensen received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Brigham Young University (BYU), and an S.M. and Ph.D. in Aerospace Structures from MIT. Dr. Jensen was an Assistant and Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Penn State prior to returning to BYU, where he served as Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. At BYU, Dr. Jensen developed the IsoTruss® technology (a family of lightweight composite structural configurations) and invented a machine to continuously fabricate lattice structures. Dr. Jensen served on the AIAA Board as the Technical Director of the Structures, Design and Test Group. Awards include a Stoel-Rives “Utah Innovation of the Year Award,” “BYU Outstanding Achievements in Technology Transfer Award,” and AIAA Sustained Service Award.
Nathan D. Rich (Founder / CEO / Board member). Nathan Rich serves as the CEO of IsoTruss, Inc. He is an experienced leader, skilled in entrepreneurship, finance, strategy, and management. Prior to founding IsoTruss in 2015, Nathan worked in the corporate finance department of Avery Dennison. He holds a Master of Business Administration focused on Finance & Entrepreneurship from Brigham Young University. While at BYU, Nathan served as the Managing Director of Cougar Capital, an evergreen stage agnostic venture fund. He is fluent in Portuguese, enjoys the outdoors and coaching his children’s youth teams. Nathan received a scholarship to play collegiate baseball at Rick’s College.
Evan Vorwaller (Head of Manufacturing and Design). Evan Vorwaller is the Head of Manufacturing and Design for IsoTruss, Inc. Prior to IsoTruss, he worked as an estimator for VBI Doors out of California while he was finishing his degree. As an estimator, he successfully bid for and subsequently won jobs for the Africa Rocks expansion at the San Diego Zoo, as well as the San Diego Sea World remodel of the Orca exhibit and the Electric Eel ride project. He is one of the first group of students to graduate with a Manufacturing Engineering degree from Brigham Young University – Provo.
Cromwell Wong (CFO / COO / Board member). Cromwell Wong serves as an executive at IsoTruss, Inc. Prior to IsoTruss, he was a part of the team that managed Saudi Aramco’s debt portfolio. Cromwell also assisted in the IPO listing of the company in the local stock exchange. Previous to Saudi Aramco, Cromwell worked for QRI Group, an upstream Oil & Gas consulting and investment firm. He started his career working on Wall Street with JPMorgan and Ernst & Young in NYC. Cromwell, who is one of the seed investors in BILT, a former advisor to DocQ, and a real estate investor, received his MBA from Brigham Young University – Provo and undergraduate degree from BYU – Hawaii. Cromwell is fluent in English and proficient in Tagalog, Japanese and Mandarin.