Builders Can Tap Into ICF Training
As building codes become stricter in many states, building pros can take advantage of free educational opportunities to keep pace.
Insulated concrete form manufacturers like Fox Blocks offer training on designing and construction residential and commercial buildings. We conduct classroom training as well as job site tours and demonstrations to apply those lessons to real-life situations.
You don't have to reinvent the wheel, searching for information on your own. You can see what products are being used the right techniques to be as cost effective as possible.
Building codes are coming to require continuous insulation and air leakage performance testing. And building pros know you buck the code. With our ICF training we'll help you quickly find out the best ways to meet and beat those codes.
Without the training, a builder trying to meet codes could spend more time and money than is necessary. They could end up with a wall assembly that doesn't perform well. or they could have confusion with a subcontractors and double up on the material because they want to build well but don't understand the process.
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David Morris A Detroit native, David T. Morris, LEED® Green Associate, used his drive for entrepreneurship, innovation & new product development to develop a patented product and later took a new building product to market. In 2012, he became U.S. East Regional Manager with Fox Blocks, a division of Airlite Plastics Company, managing ICF sales in seven states. Since 2006, David has delivered more than 140 IFA/ICF training seminars to contractors, plus another 120 presentations to architects and engineers. He is a featured speaker and SME on High-Performance Buildings, and his efforts have resulted in environmentally friendly construction being specified for residential, commercial, and institutional buildings throughout the country.