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Table Of Contents

Part 1 – Introduction
Part 2 – Amvic Products
2.1 – Amvic ICF Products
2.2 – Product & Accessory Packaging
Part 3 – Tools,Material and Accessory Requirements
3.1 -Tools for Block Installation
3.2- Tools for Concrete Pour
3.3 - Tools for Utility Installation
3.4 - Materials list
Part 4 – Construction Overview
Part 5 – Window & Door Openings
5.1 Window & Door Bucks
5.2 - Wood Bucks
5.2.1 – Choosing the Lumber
5.2.2 - Constructing WoodBucks
5.2.3 - Connecting Wood Bucks to Concrete
5.3 - Vinyl Bucks
5.3.1 - Advantages
5.3.2 - Disadvantages
5.3.3 – Steps for Vinyl Buck Construction
Part 6 – Steel Reinforcement for Walls
6.1 – Overview
6.2 – Plan Requirements
6.3 – The Purpose ofReinforcing Bars
6.4 – Horizontal Reinforcement
6.5 – Vertical Reinforcement
6.10 – Steel Reinforcing Bars and Jobsite Safety
Part 7 – Preparing Footings & Slab on Grade (SOG)
7.0 – Introduction
7.1 - Dowel Placement in Footings/SOG (Slab On Grade)
7.2 – Level Foundations
7.3 – Outlining Your Project
7.3.1- Outlining Wall Layout
Part 8 – The InstallationProcess
8.2 – Mobilization:Material & Tools Positioning
8.3 – Course Planning:Determining wall heights & no.ofcourses per Storey
8.3.1 – Single Storey vs.Multi-Storey Construction
8.4 – Placing First Course ofBlock
8.5 – Placing the Second Course ofBlock
8.6 – Checking for Level
8.7 - Securing First Course to Foundation/SOG
8.8 – Placing 3rd & Subsequent Courses ofBlock
8.8.1 - Cutting Block around Door Bucks
8.8.1.1 - Elevated Doorways
8.8.2- Cutting Forms around Window Bucks
8.8.3 – Reinforcing Steel around Wall Openings
8.8.4 - Placing the Top Course ofBlock
8.8.5 - Installing Vertical Rebar
8.9 – Installing Wall Alignment & Bracing
8.9.1- General Application
8.9.2 – Spacing for the Alignment & Bracing System
8.10 –Preparing Bucks for the Concrete Pour
8.11 Additional Bracing
8.12 - Penetrations
8.13 – Suspended Floor Installations
8.13.1 – Ledgers Installed with Anchor Bolts
8.13.2 - Installing Ledgers with the Simpson Strong-Tie™ ICFLC Ledger Connector
9.2.3 – Short corners made ofstraight Amvic ICF
9.3 – Radius Wall Construction
9.4 – T-wall Construction
9.5 – Brick Ledge Applications
9.5.1 – Installing Amvic Brick Ledge Blocks
9.5.2 – Custom Design Brick Ledge Forms
9.5.3 – Installing Standard Brick Veneer
9.6 - Gable Ends
9.7 - Pre-cast Concrete Floor Systems (Hollow Core/Spancrete)
9.8 - Hambro® Composite Concrete Floors
9.9 - Composite Steel Deck
9.10 – AmDeck® Floor and RoofSystem
Part 10 – Concrete Basics
10.2 - Concrete Fundamentals
10.2.1 - Concrete Composition
10.3 - Quality ofa Concrete Mix
10.3.1 - Water/Cement Ratio (W/C)
10.3.2 - Concrete Strength
10.3.3 - Concrete Workability
10.3.4 - Concrete Curing
10.3.5 - Entrained Air (Micro air pockets)
10.3.6 - Entrapped Air (Macro air pockets)
10.4 - Concrete Admixtures
10.5 - Specifications ofConcrete for Amvic ICF
Part 11 – Concrete Placement
11.1 – Overview
11.2 – Pre-Pouring Checklist
11.3 – Safety Tips for Handling and Placing concrete
11.4 – Rate ofPouring Concrete
11.5 – Methods & Equipment for Pouring Concrete
11.5.1 – Placing Concrete with a Boom Pump
11.6 – Pouring the Concrete
11.7 – Quality Control
11.7.1 – Slump
11.7.2 – Compressive Strength
11.8 – Concrete Consolidation
11.8.1- What is Consolidation
11.8.2 – Methods ofConsolidation
11.9 – Using Concrete Vibrators
11.9.1 – Recommended Specifications
11.9.2 – Guidelines for Concrete Consolidation
11.10 – Finishing the Concrete Pour
11.11 – After the Pour:Recheck Wall Straightness and Adjust
Part 12 – Below Grade Moisture Protection
12.1 – Code Requirements
12.1.1 – Damp-proofing vs Waterproofing
12.3 – Liquid Applied Damp-proofing / Waterproofing systems
12.4 – Peel & Stick Damp-proofing / Waterproofing systems
12.5 – Dimple sheet Damp-proofing / Waterproofing Systems
12.6 – Parging
Part 13 – Interior & Exterior Finish
13.1 – Interior Drywall
13.2 – Traditional Stucco (Exterior)
13.3 – EIFS (Exterior Insulation & Finish System)
13.4 – Anchored Masonry Veneer
13.5 – Wood,Vinyl,and Fiber Cement Siding
References
A1.2 - Structural Assumptions;
Appendix B – Wall Engineering
B1.0 – Canada
B1.1 – CCMC 13043-R
B1.2 – National Building Code ofCanada 2005
B1.2.1 – Application
B1.2.2 – Materials
B1.2.3 – Footings and Foundations
B1.2.3.1 – Application
B1.2.3.2 – Minimum Footing Sizes
B1.2.4 – Foundation Walls
B1.2.4.1 – Application
B1.2.5 – Above Grade Walls
B1.2.5.1 – Application
B1.2.5.2 – Thickness forFlat Insulating Concrete Form Walls
B1.2.5.4 – Openings in Non-Loadbearing Flat ICF walls
B1.2.5.5 – Lintels over Openings in Load-bearing Flat ICF walls
B1.2.5.6 – Framing Supported on Flat ICF walls
B1.2.5.7 – Anchoring ofRoofFraming to Top OfFlat ICF walls
B2.0 – USA
B2.1 – Prescriptive Method
B2.1.1 – Scope
B2.1.2 – Material Specifications
B2.1.3 – Footings
B2.1.3.1 – ICF Foundation Wall-to-Footing Connection
B2.1.4 – Foundation Wall Requirements
B2.1.5 – Above Grade Walls
B2.1.6 – Floor Joist Connections
Appendix C – Coursing and Corner Dimensions
Appendix D – Termites and ICF Construction
D1.0 – Termite Types
D1.1 – Termites and ICF construction
D1.2 – CodeIssues and EPS Foam Below Grade
D2.0 – Termite Protection and Control
D2.1 – Physical Barriers
D2.1.1 – Waterproofing and Termite Barrier System
D2.1.2 – Chemical Treatment ofSoil
D2.1.3 – Metal Termite Shield
D2.1.4 – Particle Sized Barrier
D2.1.5 – Termimesh
D2.2 – Suppression
D2.2.1 – Termite Baits
D2.2.2 – Trap Treat Release (TTR)
D2.3 – SiteManagement
D2.4 – Recommendations for Termite Prevention and Control
Appendix E – Utility Service Installations
E1.0 – ICF Wall Penetrations
E2.0 – Electrical Installation
E2.3 – Conduit
E2.4 – Electric Outlet Boxes
E3.0 – Plumbing
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Amvic Manual Lr

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