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NRMCA Helps Nebraska Promoters Discuss Advantages of ICF Construction

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NRMCA Senior Director, Building Innovations, Chris Dagosta recently traveled to Nebraska to meet with Jeff Mulder, promotions director of the Nebraska Concrete & Aggregates Association and then visit architects, general contractors, owners and suppliers in Omaha and Lincoln. Three area projects, including a bank and a mixed retail building, are utilizing Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) as a direct result of the general contractor attending a Quality Concrete Conference in 2017 where Dagosta presented Build With Strength “An Introduction to ICFs”. The general contractor became so impressed with ICFs that he is designing his personal home with the material.

Other area projects that NRMCA and NC&AA have successfully converted to concrete include a new elementary school and a church. Even though this is Mulder’s first year as promotions director, he is focusing much of his efforts toward being in the field building and strengthening relationships. Dagosta said Mulder’s goal is to have the safest and most energy-efficient structures in the Midwest.

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