May/June 2023

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HowTo: Be Environmentally Responsible
Engineer’s Corner: ICF Construction Is A Great Way To Achieve Green Building
From the ICFMA: Six Ways ICFs Are Truly Green
Design Perspectives: Defining ICF’s Identity
Project Profile:Mayura Manor
Project Profile: Roten & Co. Insurance Office
Project Profile: Zero Place

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HowTo: Be Environmentally Responsible
By Tom Patton
ICFs provide a number of key features that address all the elements of environmental responsibility. Each one is a selling point and consideration for designers, contractors, and the residents.

Engineer’s Corner: ICF Construction Is A Great Way To Achieve Green Building

By Dave Gowers
Without exception, ICF construction helps enormously to reduce demand on essential resources when compared with more typical construction methods.

From the ICFMA: Six Ways ICFs Are Truly Green

By Brian Corder
There are six common areas we can use to evaluate building materials and more specifically ICFs: energy efficiency, water conservation, sustainable materials, indoor air quality, site selection, and waste reduction.

Design Perspectives: Defining ICF’s Identity
By Trevor Brown
For many years now insulated concrete forms have struggled with their identity. ICFs are arguably the most green product you can build with, and here’s why.

Project Profile:Mayura Manor
Mayura Manor in Winter Park, Florida, is a custom home completed in June 2022. The home has 4,330 square feet of conditioned space along with a 280-square-foot swimming pool.

Project Profile: Roten & Co. Insurance Office
The Roten & Co. Insurance Office in San Antonio, Texas, is a 4,020-square-foot office which gets high marks for sustainability and also received the first ICF-related utility rebate in San Antonio.

Project Profile: Zero Place
Zero Place in New Paltz, New York, is a large, four-story structure including 8,400 square feet of retail on the first floor and 46 one- and two-bedroom residential units on floors two, three, and four.

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While insulated concrete forms are an ideal solution for foundations and basements, there is a misnomer that they are only utilized for those below-grade conditions. In fact, ICFs can be used above-grade all the way to the roof to enhance their insulation and durability benefits to the end-user. www.icfmag.com/.../from-the-icfma-icfs-for.../ ... See MoreSee Less
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The MAC Federal Credit Union in Wasilla, Alaska, is a prime example of how insulated concrete forms can be used to create a beautiful, energy-efficient, and resilient building. Completed in July 2021, the project was the Light Commercial 2nd runner up and People’s Choice Winner in the 2023 ICF Builder Awards. Read more here: www.icfmag.com/2023/01/mac-federal-credit-union/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Roughly estimating, well over 30 million square feet of ICF walls are filled with concrete annually. Voids are rare, and with proper procedures and training, can be eliminated altogether. Read more here: buff.ly/3Vwv4L0 ... See MoreSee Less
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