Your creative possibilities are limitless
Our forms are known for their
strength and design flexibility.
Rounded corners, archways, angles - it's all
possible. PolySteel simply offers you
greater design flexibility, relative to
stick-frame or block, tilt-up concrete or
Now with the introduction of
our NEW PolyPro composite tied form,
able to offer you the most comprehensive line of ICFs in the industry.
Once you have made your decision, PolySteel stands ready to support your
planning and construction process with continuing education, technical materials
and on-site assistance.
Achieve LEED Certification
AIA/CES Learning Units
PolySteel knows a safer more comfortable client is a happier client.
The comfort and superior quality of a PolySteel structure attracts buyers who
expect more from their investment.
Full code approval, extraordinary structural integrity and cost
effectiveness also add to PolySteel's appeal. Imagine your client's
satisfaction when they realize you have saved them 30-80% on heating and cooling
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The minimum number
of points needed for
certification is 26.
Using PolySteel can
help achieve up to
20 LEED points
depending upon the
nature and scope of
the construction project.
LEED is the only
nationally recognized green
building rating system and
evaluates the performance of
buildings from a “whole
building” perspective. It
provides project developers a
checklist of criteria by which a
building can be judged in six
Sustainable Sites, Water
Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere,
Materials & Resources, Indoor
Environmental Quality, and
Innovation & Design. The
category is Energy & Atmosphere.
There are four possible ratings:
LEED Certified, Silver, Gold and
Platinum. A gold-rated
building is estimated to have
reduced its environmental impact
by 50% compared with an
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American Institute of Architects
Continuing Education Program
American PolySteel is a registered
AIA/CES Preferred Provider. Our "Introduction to
Insulating Concrete Forms" program gives
design professionals an understanding of the benefits and
applications of ICFs in commercial, industrial and residential
construction. AIA members will earn 1 hour of AIA/CES
Learning Units for attending this program. This course
qualifies for Health Safety and Welfare (HSW) credits.
email us now if you are considering scheduling this course for your firm. We
respond by providing a local contact and supplemental program information.
Questions? (877) 369-2562
Education for Architects
A convenient way to obtain 1.5 hours of
AIA/CES Learning Units. You can download
a course 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Since the course then resides in your
desktop or laptop computer, you can
participate in the learning experience at
your convenience in your home, office, or
while on the road. If you are an AIA member
AEC Daily will report Learning Units on your
NEW online learning course provides an
overview of insulating concrete forms
(ICFs), including characteristics,
advantages and benefits, typical
construction methods and construction
applications. This course qualifies for
Health Safety and Welfare (HSW) credits.
Review the course
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