March/April 2022

$4.95$5.95

2022 ICF Builder & People’s Choice Award Winners
Designing My Own ICF Home — A Case Study
How To: Planning ICF Construction Sequences
Project Profile: Babylonian Villa

Clear
SKU: 2022-03 Categories: ,

Description

Description

Features


2022 ICF Builder & People’s Choice Award Winners
These award-winning projects highlight the very best in ICF construction across a range of sectors. 

  • Pools: Bracebridge Pool
  • Specialty Applications: Baydo Developments Parkade 
  • Specialty Applications People’s Choice: Landscape Retaining Wall
  • Small Residential: White Residence
  • Small Residential People’s Choice: Burton House
  • Large Residential: Green Casa Maryland
  • Large Residential People’s Choice: Endymion Guesthouse
  • Unlimited Residential: Te Toka
  • Unlimited Residential People’s Choice: Pinnacle Peak 
  • Light Commercial & People’s Choice: Delta Terra Campus 
  • MultiFamily Low-Rise: Boulder Farms Townhomes
  • MultiFamily Low-Rise People’s Choice: Two On 1st Terraced Townhomes
  • MultiFamily: University of Louisville Belknap Residence Hall
  • MultiFamily People’s Choice: 30 UC 
  • Heavy Commercial and People’s Choice: Maine Molecular Expansion 
  • Education: Georgetown & Liberty Hill Independent School Districts 
  • Education People’s Choice: Cumberland Trace Elementary

Designing My Own ICF Home — A Case Study
By Ariel Petty
Ariel Petty found her lot for her dream ICF home and is in the process of building it. Her first article in a planned series walks us through the decisions she made in designing for a view, dealing with access, dealing with snow, and the requirements of her HOA. The result is an unconventional design that works.

How To: Planning ICF Construction Sequences
By Tom Patton
One of the most common questions about ICF is how to plan the construction sequencing or phasing — how many courses to install and when to place concrete. The type and size of ICF structures relates to the sequencing of the installation. In all applications, and in all ICF core sizes, the bottom of the ICF wall is connected and laterally supported at the footing or slab with reinforcement dowels. This article provides a basic overview of the “‘how to” for each method.

Project Profile: Babylonian Villa
This 2021 Small Residential Winner was built by the homeowner who happens to be an experienced ICF builder who created his own system, InsulaForm, which was used for all of the walls on this project.

Additional Info

Additional information

Magazine Format

PDF Downloadable Magazine, Print Mailed Magazine

Reviews (0)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “March/April 2022”

Your email address will not be published.

Recent Tweets

Back Issues

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This