February/March 2008


Rebuilding Greensburg
Wind Resistance and ICFs
Glues vs. Fasteners
Taking Advantage of the Stimulus


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2007 ICF Builder Award Winners
The very best in ICF construction

Light Commercial: Dry Creek Professional Building
Heavy Commercial: Alvaton Elementary School
MultiFamily: Surrey Grand Crowne
Small Residential: Turner Residence
Large Residential: New Southern Home

Fear No Design
From contemporary to traditional, ICFs can accommodate nearly any look or architectural style. Knowing how the forms work can help designers maximize the advantages.

Converting Home Plans to ICF
Nearly any building design can be converted to ICF construction quickly and easily. A well-known architectural firm takes us through the process step-by-step.


As I See It: A Better Way to Build
From the Mailbag
ICF News Roundup
New Products
Design Perspectives: Converting Plans to ICF

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