Amvic insulated concrete forms were the material of choice for a new Tim Horton’s in Kitchener, Ontario. The use of ICFs allowed the crew to stay ahead of construction timelines and stay on track through the winter months.
“Using Amvic ICFs allowed them to complete the shell structure in a very short time without all the added costs of heating and weather delays typically experienced when using standard construction methods. The shell was completed in record time so that they had to wait for sub trades to move in and complete their part of the job,” says John Krzic of Amvic Systems.
The owner’s experience with ICF, and with Amvic in particular, made it the ideal building material for the project. Lower operating costs and lower life cycle costs were cited as main reasons for choosing insulated concrete forms.