Seventh-day Adventist Church


ICFs’ green features and energy efficiency are strong selling points, especially when the developer is also the long-term owner. A Seventh-day Adventist congregation in Southern California discovered ICF construction would be a great choice for a new Worship and Multipurpose Center they had planned.

The 16,700-sq.-ft. building needed to match the architecture of the adjacent Mission Revival Sanctuary. This architectural style is historically and climatically appropriate for the region, but it’s also exceptionally well suited to ICF. The thick walls, unadorned plaster surfaces and low-pitched clay tile roofs are perfect, as ICF walls are typically about a foot thick, and the foam blocks make a perfect substrate for stucco.




These targeted marketing brochures (2-4 pages), such as Disaster Resistance, Insulation Values, ICF vs. Wood Cost Comparisons, Religious Institutions, Educational Buildings, etc., can be used for trade show pieces or to help give your sales pitch credibility. Customizable with your own company logo and contact information. High quality downloadable pdf files will be sent via email and also in your account downloads section after checkout.

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