December/January 2009


LEED-Platinum Habitat Home
Form Comparison Chart and Explanation
Non-Traditional ICF Comparison
2009 Market Report and 2010 Forecast


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LEED-Platinum Habitat Home
This ICF Habitat for Humanity home earned LEED-Platinum status. Eighty points are required for certification at this level; the home scored 114.5. A four-man crew assembled and poured the exterior walls in under 5 hours.

Form Comparison Chart and Explanation
Updated and packed with information, the ICF Comparison Chart is back again, introduced by a concise, illustrated guide to help determine which form is best for your project.

Non-Traditional ICF Comparison
Different from their all-foam cousins, these forms are made of vinyl, wood waste, or EPS and Portland cement. Their unique construction gives them several advantages.

2009 Market Report and 2010 Forecast
The “housing correction” has become the Great Recession. But despite the dismal numbers, there has been unmistakable progress in the industry. And economic recovery isn’t as far off as it was last year.


From the Mailbag

As I See It: Windows of Opportunity

ICF News Roundup

Trade Show Report and Preview

On Business: Soul to Sole Marketing By Randy Wilkerson

Design Perspectives: Change By Robert Klob

Ask the Builder: A Contractor’s Report on ICFA Expo ‘09
By Ian Giesler

On Business: The New Energy Reality
By Pieter VanderWerf

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