ICFWE – ICF BASICS FOR COMMERCIAL INSTALLERS
BuildBlock is a proud member of the Insulating Concrete Forms Manufacturers Association (ICFMA). The mission of the ICFMA is to promote and enhance the social, environmental, and economic value of insulating concrete forms in the North American marketplace. Each year at the World of Concrete Trade Show, the ICFMA takes the opportunity to educate the public on the many advantages of building with insulating concrete forms. Take a look below to learn more about this year’s exciting training. We would love to have you join us and the rest of the ICFMA. Also, don’t forget to visit BuildBlock by stopping by Booth N2662 in the North Hall.
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). A team of expert teachers will cover typical
commercial ICF details, integration with other elements and expected support from ICF suppliers. The class will also include tips for general contractors, including letting bids,
selecting ICF brands and maximizing chances of success on the first job i.e. whether to self-perform the install and/or how to select an ICF installation subcontractor. Attendees
will have an opportunity to handle and work with ICF materials being demonstrated. Register at www.worldofconcrete.com/ with the session code ICFWE.
About the Presenter
Bill is the Senior Director of Sales in the USA for NUDURA Inc., a manufacturer of Insulated Concrete Forms and Integrated Building Technologies
headquartered in Barrie, ON. Working in the concrete construction industry for thirty plus years, Clymer can provide an insightful and informative view
of how Insulated Concrete Forms work, the value created and field applications. Expanding on his years in the field placing concrete and acting in site
supervisory roles; he passionately promotes concrete building systems. Inspired by the benefits, he began integrating ICF into his projects in 2000.
Focusing primarily on the residential and small commercial market he learned the basics of working with the various systems, enhanced his understanding,
and combined his proven skills in other forms of concrete construction to stand out in this burgeoning industry.