As the global construction industry sharpens its focus on sustainability, there is growing recognition that sustainable products in isolation are not a sufficient response to climate-related issues. Consequently, designers and specifiers are now exploring construction methodologies and systems that allow for a holistic approach to tackling climate change.

In their new whitepaper, Understanding the sustainability outcomes of insulated concrete forms, wall building systems experts Zego explore how insulated concrete forms (ICFs) can meet this new demand and increase energy efficiency.

The whitepaper begins by exploring three key components of a sustainable construction approach: energy efficiency, material sustainability, and durable construction. It then shifts its focus to the specific benefits of ICFs, namely value enhancement, efficient construction, and fire performance. To conclude, the whitepaper presents ZEGO ICFs as a fully code compliant, high performance solution for enhancing the energy efficiency and sustainability of residential and commercial projects alike.

Since 2001, ZEGO has been at the forefront of the Australian ICF and alternative wall building systems industry. The proudly Australian-owned family business prides itself on a strong sustainability focus and broad catalogue of solutions that combine cutting edge construction technology with efficient contemporary design.

To learn more about ZEGO and the critical nature of proper building insulation systems, download Understanding the sustainability outcomes of insulated concrete forms.