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NOV 6, 2015
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NOV 13, 2015

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NEW 2016 Media Kit Available

Coming up in the
JAN/FEB 2016
Issue of ICF Builder magazine:

Extra trade show Distribution

This is the most anticipated and widely read issue of the year, and the deadline for advertising is fast approaching. This issue receives extra distribution at WOC as well. 

The January/February issue contains the only published ICF industry forecast and market report, and includes information on the estimated size and growth of the ICF industry as well as general construction trends.

It also contains the annual ICF comparison chart.

This issue will be read and reviewed over and over again by your target audience.

Don’t miss this opportunity!
Here's a look at the main features…

Cover Feature:
Industry Forecast and Report
Brand consolidation has taken a break, and the construction recovery has made 2015 the best in years for the industry.  Additionally, new trade associations are making significant progress in improving the reputation and visibility of ICFs. 

To contribute to this story, please contact editor Clark Ricks at

Additional Feature:
Project Profiles:
From a stunning church in Florida to a breathtaking home in British Columbia, with a mid-western hotel in between, ICFs show they can successfully tackle the most challenging projects anywhere.

Additional Feature:
Comparison Chart
As in years past, three pages of charts compare the top brands of insulating concrete forms in three dozen areas, including size, type, variety, support, and code certifications.

Additional Feature:
Composite ICFs
Sometimes called Insulated Concrete Blocks (ICBs), these waffle-grid forms made from cement and EPS offer a number of advantages.  Recent developments inside the industry may also indicate they face a bright future.

Additional Feature:
ICFs and the World of Concrete
A look at what—and who—to see at World of Concrete, with a convenient table of ICF-related exhibitors and booth numbers, ICF-related educational seminars and events, and a preview of the Builder Award presentation.

In addition, the magazine will contain the full range of departments you’ve come to expect. To contribute to any of these stories, please contact editor Clark Ricks at

For advertising, give me a call.  We can work together to create a marketing campaign that maximizes the return on your investment.

Thank you,

Craig Shorts
ICF Builder Magazine
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P: 877-229-9174 xt.1
F: 801-494-3232

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