February/March 2010


Convincing Architects to Specify ICFs
2009 ICF Builder Award Winners
The New Face of Siberian Construction


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Convincing Architects to Specify ICFs
By Cameron Ware
One of North America’s leading ICF distributors explains how to convince designers to spec ICFs instead of CMU by emphasizing cost, speed, wall performance and other criteria.

2009 ICF Builder Award Winners
Representing the “best of the best” the ICF industry has to offer, this special section features the winners of the 2009 ICF Builder Awards.

  • Heavy Commercial: Ironwood Hall, Crestwood Elementary and Emma Ward Elementary
  • Light Commercial: River Oaks Center, Bluegrass Eye Center, and Boys and Girls Club
  • MultiFamily: Shershni Community, Central Ave. Villas and Carleton College Dorms
  • Small Residential: Casa Del Sol, Primrose at Landfall, and Rigby Residence
  • Large Residential: Mare Haven, Spring Haven, and Home-A-Rama
  • Unlimited Residential: Carrell Home, Hegdahl Home, and Kostatos Residence

The New Face of Siberian Construction
Among the grey Soviet-era buildings in Chelyabinsk, the orange and white clad neighborhood of Shershni stands out as a beacon, signaling a better way to build. Using more than 1.5 million sq. ft. of ICFs, and built over a period of three years, it may be the largest ICF community in the world.

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