Build Safer, Stronger Structures with Quad-Deck ICF
Quad-Deck Insulated Concrete Deck Forms for floors, roofs, green roofs and decks are perfect for residential, commercial or institutional applications creating a truly comfortable, healthy and safe-room strong building with lower total cost of ownership. When combined with Quad-Lock ICF, clients report insurance discounts of up to 85% and are perfect for resilitent and durable buildings in high-risk areas. Each of the expanded polystyrene (EPS) panels are supported and reinforced with two integral steel beams
molded into the product from end to end. The result is
a rigid joist and deck forming system that provides the
maximum strength of a reinforced concrete deck with
minimum added forming materials and labor.
Including garage floors, fire-rated floors, patios, radiant heated floors and more...
This construction method is perfect for hurricane & flood zones with the bottom floor on piers or columns...
Concrete Safe Rooms
Saferoom and storm shelters to wishtand extremem loads from flying debris and high winds...
Concrete Roofs & Decks
Perfect for pitched roofs, flat roofs, green roofs, hip-roofs, curved roofs, earth-berm roofs and more...
Quad-Deck Concrete Deck Forming System is Perfect for Green Roof Construction
"Most ICF floor/roof systems ICF & Concrete Roof Systems Ideal for Supporting Green Roofs - Construction Business Magazine | ICF & More Oklahoma City OKrely on reinforced concrete T-beam design, employed for decades by structural engineers for support of our largest and heaviest structures, like bridges and parking garages. The ICF industry brings efficiency to both construction and operation of buildings by employing “one-way” reinforcing in suspended concrete floors and roofs. Traditional “flat-plate” suspended slabs are giving way to lighter, more efficient floor and roof structures where concrete and steel consumption are reduced 40 to 50 per cent by the “voided slab” design. Though extreme-ly lightweight, ICF floor and roof panels can sup-port crews and concrete during placement, and are typically supported by about half of the shoring used for traditional suspended forms."