The building process shows the steps we take to construct a Nudura projects.  At the bottom of this page is a video that shows the entire process from start to finish.  As you can see, constructing with Nudura and Caribbee ICF is fast and easy.

PHASE 1:

Standard footings installed according to applicable building codes and engineering requirements, and form units are stacked similar to building blocks to the required building dimensions.

PHASE 2:

Form units are placed and adjusted to the dimensions and heights as specified in the building plans.

PHASE 3:

Window and door “Bucks” or frames are placed in the wall.  “Bucks” can be created using several different material options.

PHASE 4:

Reinforcing rebar is placed according to the design requirements into notches provided by the webbing.

PHASE 5:

Concrete is poured into the form unit core. Concrete placement rate should not exceed 4’ of lift per hour (per ACI 304 and CAN/CSA A23.1 for proper placement of concrete)

PHASE 6:

Bracing is used to insure proper alignment.

PHASE 7:

Multiple level buildings are easily constructed using different flooring and placement techniques.

PHASE 8:

Form units are cut and adjusted to accommodate many different wall designs while still maintaining stability and strength.

PHASE 9:

Increased wall heights are easily achieved using additional bracing and proper concrete placement techniques.

PHASE 10:

Once the concrete is set, buildings are easily completed with built-in roof trusses and other roofing techniques.  Nudura forms are easily fitted with any interior or exterior wall finish.

COMPLETED JOB:

Completed commercial project in Atlantic Beach, Florida.