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ICF Builder Magazine

884 East 700 North

Mapleton, Utah 84664

United States

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ICF Builder is proud to serve you. The magazine focuses exclusively on ICFs, and covers the issues and trends relating to the industry more thoroughly than any other publication. We welcome input from businesses, contractors, and individuals. Our ultimate ... more

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ICF Builder Magazine » Bracing - Options for Wall Bracing

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Don't wait until you're six or seven courses high and scrambling to make your adjustments," say Philip Constantini, an ICF construction consultant.


ICF Builder Magazine » Proper Concrete Placement by Clark Ricks

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Philip Constantini, a respected ICF consultant and presenter at the 2006 World of Concrete, says steel fiber is becoming cost competitive. "At 45 pounds per cubic yard, it will replace #4 rebar on 18 inch centers. The cost is about the same, but it saves on labor. Constantini estimates that on a typical basement, fiber saves about half a day of labor.

He cautions, "Be sure to tell your pump operator that you'll be using steel.


ICF Builder Magazine » Bracing - Options for Wall Bracing

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Don't wait until you're six or seven courses high and scrambling to make your adjustments," say Philip Constantini, an ICF construction consultant.


ICF Builder Magazine » Proper Concrete Placement by Clark Ricks

www.icfbuilderinfo.com [cached]

Philip Constantini, a respected ICF consultant and presenter at the 2006 World of Concrete, says steel fiber is becoming cost competitive. "At 45 pounds per cubic yard, it will replace #4 rebar on 18 inch centers. The cost is about the same, but it saves on labor. Constantini estimates that on a typical basement, fiber saves about half a day of labor.

He cautions, "Be sure to tell your pump operator that you'll be using steel.

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