October/November 2007

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ICFs in the Commercial Sector
ICFs and Schools
Brevard County (Fla.) Additions
Elmore City Elementary

Floors and Decking for Commercial Work
Residences at Mont Blanc
Mountain Edge Resort
Vernon View Condominiums

Best Heavy Commercial Projects
Grande Caribbean Condominium
Armed Forces Reserve Center
Megaplex 20 Theater

New Record for ICF Tall Walls
Tall Walls: Bracing and Consolidation Tips
Waterside IV Condominium

The New ICF-X Training


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ICFs in the Commercial Sector
Commercial ICF construction shows no sign of slowing down. It’s hard to argue with ease of construction, quality, strength, durability, and time savings.

ICFs and Schools
With LEED certification becoming increasingly popular, there’s never been a better opportunity for ICFs in school construction. Here’s how it works, and case studies from those who have done it.

Project Profile: Brevard County (Fla.) Additions
Project Profile: Elmore City Elementary

Floors and Decking for Commercial Work
Steel joists and EPS decking offer a host of advantages over wood and precast when it comes to installing floors on commercial ICF projects.

Project Profile: Residences at Mont Blanc
Project Profile: Mountain Edge Resort
Project Profile: Vernon View Condominiums

Best Heavy Commercial Projects
These three projects, winners of the 2006 ICF Builder Awards, represent the very best in ICF heavy commercial construction.

Project Profile: Grande Caribbean Condominium
Project Profile: Armed Forces Reserve Center
Project Profile: Megaplex 20 Theater

New Record for ICF Tall Walls
This ready-mix plant in Monticello, Minn., set a new record for the heights possible with ICF walls. Did someone finally break the 60-foot barrier?

Tall Walls: Bracing and Consolidation Tips
Covering both mid-rise (up to 25 feet) and true tall-wall applications, there’s the know-how and equipment you need to make your big jobs go smoothly.

Project Profile: Waterside IV Condominium

The New ICF-X Training
The next in a series of articles on installer training, Owens-Corning explains how their ICF-X training plans on reshaping the entire industry.

Departments


As I See It: Look How Far We’ve Come
ICF News Roundup
In the News: New Faces
Design Perspectives
New Products

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