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Florida Beach Home
Built in the Florida Keys just a few yards from the beach, this home is light and airy, with all the amenities you would expect. Yet it withstood the full fury of Hurricane Irma with virtually no damage.

Recovering From the California Wildfires
By Vanessa Salvia
The devastating fires of 2018 destroyed hundreds of homes in Northern California. We’ll look at how ICF homes in the area fared, the status of rebuilding efforts, and how ICFs can contribute to a safer, more sustainable future.

Georgia Coast Home
Built atop a historic coastal defense fort near Savannah, Georgia, this home is not only disaster-resistant, but aesthetically pleasing and extremely sustainable.

Mexico Beach Survivor
The subject of many news stories last fall, this ICF home in the Florida Panhandle was virtually the only home left standing in the neighborhood after the devastation of Hurricane Michael.

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Mexico Beach Survivor

This ICF home in the Florida Panhandle was virtually the only home left standing in the...

Florida Beach House

2019 Large Residential 1st Runner-Up The ICF industry hangs its hat on a few defining benefits;...

Fort Screven Home

2019 Large Residential 2nd Runner-Up This private residence affectionately dubbed “The Battery,”...

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Current ICF Builder Award Winners

Eckland Residence

2019 Small Residential 1st Runner-Up This three-story, 2,700-sq.-ft. home in Southeast Alaska was...

Martin Hall

2019 Multifamily Winner  Project Statistics Location: Richmond, Kentucky Type: Five-Story Student...

Pie Eyed Monk Brewery

2019 Specialty Application Winner  Project Statistics Location: Lindsay, Ontario, Canada Type:...

Florida Beach House

2019 Large Residential 1st Runner-Up The ICF industry hangs its hat on a few defining benefits;...

Solomon Colors

2019 Specialty Application 1st Runner-Up  Project Statistics Location: Springfield, Illinois Type:...

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