Understanding Labor Welcome to the BuildBlock ICF Installer Training Series. This 20 part video series is intended to be an educational walkthrough of the ICF building process. From the early planning phases to pouring concrete and finishing walls, this series will provide the basic knowledge you need to have a successful BuildBlock ICF build. This…Read moreRead more
One main reason why ICF has become popular among builders is that there is virtually no learning curve. While we don’t want to give the impression that any homeowner can sign up for a Nudura one-day training course and become an expert with the system, professional contractors should generally understand how to install the systems…Read moreRead more
ICFWE – ICF BASICS FOR COMMERCIAL INSTALLERS Tuesday, January 23 from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM Presenter: Bill Clymer At the World of Concrete Room N119 Session Code: ICFWE Registration Fee- $90 About the Presentation Join us for this new interactive training course designed for commercial contractors who are new to Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)….Read moreRead more
This presentation explained the goal for this house is to show that aggressive performance goals can be achieved cost-effectively and that design and sustainability can co-exist.
This presentation covers the basics of ICFs for Commercial Installers and Projects.
This presentation discusses creating Stronger Safer Homes using the #Hurricane Strong In Breezy Point
This presentation, Resilient Construction Disaster Durable Solutions™ by BASF was presented by Joel W. May at the ICF Summit at the 2018 World of Concrete in Las Vegas. It discusses the cost and type of disasters and provides suggestion for building materials, construction methods and and strategies for resilience.
This presentation, Just Slap It Up Right? was presented at the ICF Summit at the 2018 World of Concrete in Las Vegas. It discusses the matierials, design and construction of high performance and disaster resilient homes.
This presentation was presented by Harvey Schellenberg of HP Builders. It compares the complexity, labor, materials, time, and cost of two identical buildings built at the same time on the same lot.