AMVIC ICF Developments & News
Concrete and Green Building
PCA's David Shephard discusses sustainable development and construction and explains how concrete saves energy and natural resources: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUVqIVlzd9A
The Ultimate designed home in Sea Ranch California using the Amvic ICF wall system is being built now
And you can check the progress through our live onsite webcam. The pictures are updated every 15 minutes and will continue through the entire building process. For the first time, you'll be able to see how easy the Amvic system is to install.
Click here to view the webcam.
AmDeck Floor & Roof System Awarded one of Top 25 Products by Concrete Contractor Magazine
The AmDeck Floor and Roof System form from , has been named as one of the Top 25 Products of the Year by the readers of Concrete Contractor magazine. The Top 25 Products of the Year will be featured in the August/September 2007 issue of Concrete Contractor.
“Every year, we run hundreds of products in Concrete Contractor,” said Editor Rebecca Wasieleski. “This special recognition goes to the products that have drawn the most interest from the more than 30,000 concrete contractors that subscribe to our magazine.
Amvic Design Software Wins 2007 MIP (Most Innovative Product)
The votes are in! Held each year at World of Concrete, the MIP (Most Innovative Product) contest showcases many of the new products being exhibited at WOC and gives show attendees a chance to vote for the products they believe are the most innovative. A panel of industry experts also reviews the products in terms of what they bring to the industry.
Amvic Design Software was selected as the 2007 MIP Attendees' Choice winner for Business Tools. There were over 25,000 products displayed at World of Concrete and Amvic's is only one of 21 products selected to WIN for this contest.
Contact your Amvic-Pacific Representative to reserve your copy now!
Making the outdoor experience part of the indoor environment
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