September/October 2022

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Sloped or Pitched Concrete Roofs
Building Safer Schools With ICF
Subdivision Built to Withstand Wildfires
How To: Get Advice on ICFs
Project Profile: Small Residential 2nd Runner Up – Endymion Guesthouse
Project Profile: Large Residential 1st Runner Up – Shah Residence


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Sloped or Pitched Concrete Roofs
By Vanessa Salvia
Hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, and insurance changes are driving the demand for increased roofing made out of concrete. This method is ideal for flat roofs, although pitched roofs and roofs with valleys or gables are possible.

Building Safer Schools With ICF
By Vanessa Salvia
Building schools from ICFs can make them “hardened spaces” that keep students and staff safer. Thankfully, ICF schools are becoming more common.

Subdivision Built to Withstand Wildfires
By Dave Gowers
Dave Gowers convinced a subdivision developer to switch to ICF from wood frame, to realize the benefits of speed of construction, disaster resistance, and lower maintenance.

How To: Get Advice on ICFs
By Tom Patton
In today’s world, access to the internet provides instant information to any question. But that doesn’t always mean the information is trustworthy or accurate, even if your browser search sends you to an “expert.” Here’s how to be sure you’re getting good info.

Project Profile: Small Residential 2nd Runner Up – Endymion Guesthouse
The Endymion Guesthouse in Ontario, Canada, is a large guesthouse that allows numerous configurations of visitor accommodations. The house was designed to passive house principles using Fox Blocks.

Project Profile: Large Residential 1st Runner Up – Shah Residence
The Shah Residence was built in Santa Rosa, California, an area that had been scoured by wildfires not long ago. IntegraSpec provided the blocks for this large residence of approximately 5,000 square feet.

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