GREAT PRIZES! GREAT INDUSTRY RECOGNITION! AND SUBMITTING IS EASY!
It’s that time of year again to recognize the best of the best in residential and commercial Logix ICF construction. The submission process for the annual Logix Awards is on now! The deadline to send in your submission(s) is March 10, 2017.
There are four categories to submit your Logix ICF project(s) to:
- Most Outstanding Small Residential Project (SFD 3,000 sq. ft. and under)
- Most Outstanding Large Residential Project (SFD 3,001 sq. ft. +)
- Most Outstanding Commercial Project
- Most Outstanding Multi-Family & Hospitality Project
A Winner and First Runner Up will be recognized in each category and will receive:
- a beautiful wall plaque for your showroom or office; and
- a footer for your emails identifying your company as a Logix Awards winner.
The primary installer or Logix dealer associated with each category Winner will also receive up to a $1,000 value in art design services toward the development of custom promotion of your Logix business in your local market area.
Submitting your project to the 2017 Logix Awards is easy!
Any Logix project that has been completed by the entry deadline is eligible! Just complete a submission form for each project you wish to submit and send it in.
Download the 2017 Logix Awards Submission Form & Rules (PDF version).
Download the 2017 Logix Awards Submission Form & Rules (MS Word version).
REMEMBER, THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT(S) FOR THE 2017 LOGIX AWARDS IS MARCH 10, 2017!
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest product line: XP-1!
Logix XP-1 is the complete solution for insulated concrete form (ICF) walls with exposed concrete. It’s self-aligning and forgiving, and the 10 available wall thickness configurations permit the seamless integration of XP-1 walls with a wide variety of regular ICF and conventional concrete wall thicknesses. The reusable 4’ x 8’ plywood sheets minimize the number of seams and create a secure auto-offset. Plus, fool-proof and code-compliant rebar coverage is designed right into the XP-1 system.
Click here to learn more about Logix XP-1.
View/download the Logix XP-1 Brochure.
View/download the Wall Thicknesses & Drill Chart.
Due to its growing popularity, ICF Pro-Link is going to the next level!
ICF Pro-Link now identifies ICF professionals who cover ENTIRE states and provinces.
ICF-experienced installers, architects and engineers registered on ICF Pro-Link are identified by pins related to their geographic location on the ICF Pro-Link section of the LogixICF.com homepage. Some ICF professionals, however, conduct work across an entire state/province, in multiple states/provinces, or even across the entire country.
Now, ICF Pro-Link shows all of these variations, when applicable, which greatly enhances the exposure ICF professionals registered on ICF Pro-Link receive!
ICF Pro-Link now has its own website.
ICF Pro-Link has been prominently featured on the new LogixICF.com website for some time, but due to its overwhelming growth and success, ICF Pro-Link now has its own website. Check it out at www.ICFProLink.com!
This means that ICF Pro-Link is getting double the advertising and promotion — on its own with its new website, and as a feature on the LogixICF.com website. This double exposure is going to drive more leads for ICF business, and it’s going to give even more promotion to the ICF professionals registered on ICF Pro-Link.
So, if you’re an ICF-experienced installer, architect, designer or engineer and you’re not already registered on ICF Pro-Link, CLICK HERE NOW to start promoting your ICF business and getting more targeted leads!
This phenomenal home constructed with Logix Pro insulated concrete forms and Logix Pro Buck™ for all window and door openings was built by Andy Ellis of Halfmoon Construction Company and won Best Large Residential Project of the Year at the 2017 ICF Builder Awards!
This unique residence is the convergence of Net-Zero and Universal Design doctrines.
View/download the project profile.
The Shelving Rock Home – Glenville, NY
Hurricane Strong is a new, annual national hurricane resilience initiative to increase safety and reduce economic losses through collaboration with the most recognized public and private organizations in the disaster safety movement.
The Hurricane Strong Home project is a unique rebuilding demonstration taking place in Breezy Point, New York, for a deserving lifelong resident, Diane Hellriegel, whose home (along with many others in this tight knit coastal community) was destroyed by the high winds and storm surge of Superstorm Sandy.
Diane’s new home will demonstrate best practice, code-compliant coastal construction using a variety of strong, innovative, resilient and super energy-efficient materials, including walls constructed with Logix Insulated Concrete Forms.
Watch the online time lapse of the Logix ICF walls being constructed at the Breezy Point Hurricane Strong Home
To learn more about the Breezy Point Hurricane Strong Home, click here.