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ICFs For Commercial Construction
By Vanessa Salvia
There are a lot of benefits to using ICFs for residential construction. We’re talking benefits like speed of completion, strength, and sound attenuation. When you add up these characteristics and more, it only makes sense that the benefits would multiply for larger or more complex commercial projects.

Engineer’s Corner
By Dave Gowers
Involving ICF-experienced design professionals from the outset of a project creates a comfort level with both the design process and the system.

How To: Grow Your Business
By Tom Patton
For any ICF contractor, large or small, now is the time to look at your business and your business strategy to grow it to the next level. The markets for ICF design and construction are ripe. We need more ICFs for all building types, with more experienced ICF contractors in the marketplace.

YouTube Videos Are Imperfect, Under-Appreciated ICF Educational Gems
Randy Daniels
YouTube is the perfect platform for sharing content about ICF construction practices. Assume you are the subject matter expert. Compared to someone who has never done ICF before, you certainly are.

Project Profile: Maine Molecular Quality Controls Inc.
The Maine Molecular Expansion project in Saco, Maine, is a 34,000-square-foot multistory addition and renovation for a lab and office space. That project was the winner of our Heavy Commercial Award.

Project Profile: University of Louisville Belknap Residence Hall
The Belknap Residence Hall in the heart of the University of Louisville campus, had complex ICF load-bearing walls in combination with a considerable number of strip windows on the first floor. That project won our MultiFamily category.

Project Profile: 30 University Crescent
These luxury yet affordable apartments are near the University of Manitoba
campus in Winnipeg. Built using 70,000 square feet of Logix blocks, this nearly 100,000-square-foot building features seven stories of ICF construction perched upon a cast-in-place parkade.

IN THIS ISSUE

HowTo: Grow Your Business

HowTo: Grow Your Business

Mike Schwab giving instruction at the Roy Junior High School job site in Roy, Utah. The last couple of years have been challenging for contractors, and the construction business with supply chain issues, instability for material costs, labor shortages, and pandemic...

ICFs for Commercial Construction

ICFs for Commercial Construction

Chesapeake Village Center in Stevensville, Maryland (shown here and on page 9), consists of two buildings ranging from 18,000 to 21,000 square feet. They are four stories of mixed use with commercial space on the first floor and apartment homes on the upper floors....

November/December 2022 News

November/December 2022 News

Ames Research Laboratories, a global manufacturer of waterproof coating and sealants, has reached a distribution agreement with the Building Solution Supplies Australasia (BSSA) of Auckland, New Zealand. Carl Sabo, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Ames...

University of Louisville Belknap Residence Hall

University of Louisville Belknap Residence Hall

2022 MultiFamilyWinner Work on phase one of the University of Louisville Belknap Residence Hall was documented by Dan Kubican, principal engineer of structural engineering firm Brown + Kubican PSC in Lexington, Kentucky. Completed in August 2021, this $35...

Maine Molecular Expansion

Maine Molecular Expansion

2022 Heavy CommercialWinner(People’s Choice Winner) The Maine Molecular Quality Controls Inc. (MMQCI) project in Saco, Maine, is a rare example of ICFs being used in a laboratory setting. The project added and renovated a lab and office space. It was completed in June...

30 University Crescent

30 University Crescent

2022 MultiFamily1st Runner-Up(People’s Choice Winner) Donuts may have had something to do with ICF being selected for this MultiFamily 1st Runner Up Winner, jokes Andy Lennox, president of Logix Brands, the blocks chosen for this project. Of course, the donuts...

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