Insulated concrete structure forms are on the cutting edge when it comes to erecting commercial buildings. And for good reason!
Insulated concrete forms are a cast-in-place building system. After all of the form blocks are put into place and fastened together, the building's walls are finished by pouring cement down into the center of the form's two permanent expanded polystyrene (EPS) sides.
Unlike other traditional building systems, such as wood or metal framing, insulated forms are left in place once the concrete cures and they become part of the finished wall.