January/February 2023

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Engineer’s Corner
Teaching The Next Generation Of ICF Builders
How To: Make a Residential Window Opening
Project Profile: St. Martin de Porres
Project Profile: Pinnacle Peak


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Engineer’s Corner
By Dave Gowers
After coming to the US from Europe in 1983, Dave Gowers was surprised by the extent of wood frame construction in both residential and commercial construction. He discovered ICF in 2003, and made that the focus of his engineering career ever since.

Teaching The Next Generation Of ICF Builders
By Vanessa Salvia
In the Associate of Applied Science Construction program at Hawkeye Community College in Waterloo, Iowa, students are learning about the advantages of ICF construction and are actually building a complete home as part of their coursework.

How To: Make a Residential Window Opening
By Tom Patton
Every house or building design requires numerous rough openings for doors and windows. Incorporating these openings into an ICF wall assembly requires a number of fundamentals to be established in the pre-design.

Project Profile: St. Martin de Porres
St. Martin de Porres in Prosper, Texas, is home to this church school that was built using ICFs. Architectural features include towering gables and ceiling, numerous poured arches, and stained glass circles.

Project Profile: Pinnacle Peak
Pinnacle Peak is a large home with multiple levels and grade changes that cut into the mountain along with a swimming pool, retaining wall, and multi-height sliding window systems.

 

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