October/November 2008

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Waterproofing Commercial Jobs
Commercial Sector: Growth and Opportunities
Project Profile: Brownstones at Maywood Park
Taking Your ICF Business Commercial
Knockdown vs. Molded
Integrated Framing Assemblies

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Waterproofing Commercial Jobs
By Dan Calabrese
While commercial ICF jobs don’t often have much below grade work, those that do are bigger, deeper, and more complex than residential basements. Here’s how to keep them dry.

Commercial Sector: Growth and Opportunities
By Clark Ricks
With increased emphasis on energy efficiency and sustainability, the commercial sector is full of opportunities for the ICF industry—and its growth far outpaces the residential sector.

Project Profile: Brownstones at Maywood Park
Contractors overcame extreme weather and difficult site conditions to create a 30-unit condo complex that blends seamlessly with the Bricktown district of Oklahoma City.

Taking Your ICF Business Commercial
By Randy Wilkerson
An in-depth look at what you need to do in order to start winning ICF installation contracts in the light and heavy commercial construction sectors.

Knockdown vs. Molded
By Clark Ricks
So-called “knockdown forms” clearly reduce shipping costs. But how do they compare to fixed-web ICFs in speed, strength, and design flexibility? The answers may surprise you.

Integrated Framing Assemblies
By Chris Keith
As the industry grows, options for bracing and blocking out window and door openings have also increased. Heavy-duty integrated framing assemblies have advantages for commercial ICF construction.

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