November/December 2014


ICFs Reach New Heights
Fly Ash Concrete and ICFs
Project Profiles: Small Residential Winners


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ICFs Reach New Heights
Waterloo, a suburb of Toronto, Ontario is a hotbed of ICF construction, setting new records for the tallest, biggest, and most ICF intensive projects yet built.

Fly Ash Concrete and ICFs
A byproduct of coal combustion, this concrete additive was considered an eco-friendly alternative to Portland cement until the EPA threatened to classify it as a hazardous material. Here are the facts on that debate as well as how the material performs in ICFs.

Project Profiles: Small Residential Winners
Despite a wide variety of climates and architectural styles, these three homes, each under 3,000 sq. ft., set high marks for beauty, efficiency and durability.

  • Burnham Project, Ontario
  • Sedona Residence, Arizona
  • Artist Studio, California

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