2023 ICF Builder Award Entry Deadline








Entry Notebooks must be received no later than October 14th 2022

Shop Building & Garage

2022 Specialty Project1st Runner-Up Project Statistics  Location: Clarkesville, GeorgiaType: Wood shop, storage, truck garageSize: 1,200 sq. ft. ICF...

Spinieo Residence

2022 Unlimited Residential1st Runner-Up Project Statistics Location: Chalfont, PennsylvaniaType: ResidenceSize: 14,800 sq. ft. ICF Use: 24,000 sq....

Cumberland Trace Elementary School

2022 Education1st Runner-Up(People’s Choice Winner) Cumberland Trace Elementary School in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is one of many recent schools...

Orion at Lumino Park

2022 MultiFamily2nd Runner-Up Project Statistics Location: Calgary, Alberta, CanadaType: Multifamily affordable housingSize: 110,000 sq. ft. ICF...

Landscape Retaining Wall

2022 Specialty Project2nd Runner-Up(People’s Choice Winner) Project Statistics  Location: Clarkesville, GeorgiaType: Decorative retaining wall Size:...

Shah Residence

2022 Large Residential1st Runner-Up The Shah Residence was built in Santa Rosa, California, an area that had been scoured by wildfires not long ago....

Future Xpress Car Wash

2022 Light Commercial2nd Runner-Up Project Statistics Location: Rohnert Park, CaliforniaType: Car washSize: 6,389 sq. ft. ICF Use: 19,827 sq....

KOPI – Greenwood Medical Centre

2022 Light Commercial1st Runner-Up Project Statistics Location: Kingston, Ontario, CanadaType: Physical therapy centerSize: 18,340 sq. ft. ICF Use:...

Endymion Guesthouse

2022 Large Residential2nd Runner-Up(People’s Choice Winner) The Endymion Guesthouse in Ontario, Canada, is a large guesthouse that is part of a...

Ashbury Hills Elementary

2022 Education2nd Runner-Up Project Statistics Location: Papillion, NebraskaType: EducationSize: 55,000 sq. ft.ICF Use: 29,559 sq. ft. Cost:...

State Renaissance Townhomes

2022 MultiFamily Low-Rise1st Runner-Up Project Statistics Location: Brooklyn, New YorkType: TownhomesSize: 37,727 sq. ft.ICF Use: 81,410 sq....

Burton House

2022 Small Residential1st Runner-Up(People’s Choice Winner) The Burton House in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada, maximized an addition to the existing...

ICF Builder Magazine is the information source for contractors, architects, and others involved with the insulating concrete form industry.  It’s the only full-color trade magazine devoted to the industry, with project profiles, how-to articles, house plans, and product reviews.

Insulating Concrete Forms are the future of the building industry.  Popular for both residential and commercial ICF construction, ICFs create homes and businesses that are energy-efficient, fire-resistant, sound-proof, and durable.  Properly constructed, they are tornado and hurricane-proof, and stand up to earthquake, fire, and other natural disasters equally well.  Many homes conserve energy so well that heating and cooling costs are reduced by 50-70 percent.

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“If you manufacture or market a product for the insulating concrete forms industry, you simply will not find a more efficient, effective way to reach your audience.”

2022 Builder Award Winners

The winners of the 2022 ICF Builder Awards were announced at the World of Concrete  on January 19, 2022.  The annual project-of-the-year competition is widely regarded as the biggest event in the ICF industry, and the best opportunity to celebrate the advances that have been made in recent years.


Every year, ICF Builder publishes an ICF comparison chart in the January/February issue. As in past years, this will also include comparisons of EPS decking systems and non-traditional stay-in-place forming systems.


Anyone in the profession of construction who works with ICFs or who wants to know more about ICFs will want to hold on to this annual ICF Product Directory.

ICFs are made from lightweight EPS foam, commonly called Styrofoam.  The hollow blocks are stacked like Legos to form the exterior walls of a structure.  When complete, the interior of the wall is filled with steel-reinforced concrete to create an incredibly strong and energy efficient home or commercial building.
Insulated concrete forms are growing an estimated 20% a year, and are considered a Green Building material that can contribute significant points to LEED accreditation.

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