ICF Panels is involved in exciting projects!
Our innovative Panelization method is turning heads, saving money, and winning contracts throughout the industry.
350 Clarkson is a 250-unit market-rate rental project under construction in Brooklyn, NY. The project began using the ICF panels system in summer 2017.
The Hilton Garden Inn in Uniontown, Pennsylvania is a six-story, 120-room hotel in which the ICF panels system was first tested and implemented.
42 Broad is a 16-story mixed-use development which will be among the most energy-efficient large-scale buildings in Westchester County, New York, and is believed to be the tallest building in the U.S. to be built with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs).
The development is a luxury transit-oriented-development (TOD) located in Mount Vernon’s prestigious Fleetwood neighborhood. The site is three blocks from the Metro-North Railroad Harlem Line (Fleetwood stop) in Westchester County.
The Hilton Inn Project: Progress
Panels are set into place with a lightweight crane.
Windows and door bucks come preinstalled, saving significant installation time.
Panelization proceeds quickly, even in snowy weather.
The winter was cold and snowy, but panelization allowed construction to move forward despite the weather.
Pouring proceeds quickly
So quickly, in fact, that two pump trucks were used simultaneously!
Panelization saves time
Opening earlier means more money in your pocket.
All the benefits of ICF panels, at significant cost savings.
Clarkson construction site in progress
Setting panels at the job site
Panels are lifted into place at the Clarkson construction site.
Pouring Helix concrete at the jobsite
Helix adds significant reinforcement, while avoiding time setting rebar.
Pump trucks are busy!
Walls are being poured already.