2021 Light Commercial
2nd Runner-Up

Project Statistics 

Location: Carlyle, Saskatchewan
Type: Fire Hall and Post-Disaster Building
Size: 11,008 sq. ft.
ICF Use: 15,000 sq. ft. 
Cost: $2.3 million
Total Construction: 52 weeks
ICF Installation Time: 14 days

Construction Team 

Owner: Town of Carlyle & RM 63 Fire Board
General Contractor: DSI Contracting
ICF Installer: Safrane Construction 
Architect: ARCCADD Architecture 
ICF System: Amvic

Fast Facts 

  • Combination of 8-inch and 6-inch ICF walls on a concrete spread footing
  • Concrete walls used to achieve fire separation due to close proximities 
  • Winter concrete heated by glycol lines ran through the walls 
  • Main heating system in-floor heat 
  • Interior demising wall built with 8-inch ICF
  • Post disaster building built out of ICF and wood framed roof 


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