Adding this new location gives us increased production capacity and will allow us to provide lower freight costs and shorter lead times to our customers in the Pacific Northwest region
Stuart, FL (PRWEB) April 27, 2009
Greenblock Worlwide, a leading manufacturer of Insulated Concrete Forms, announced today that they have begun production of their ICF products at FMI in Post Falls Idaho. The addition of this facility brings Greenblock's total manufacturing locations to seven.
"Adding this new location gives us increased production capacity and will allow us to provide lower freight costs and shorter lead times to our customers in the Pacific Northwest region," says Greenblock's Steve Reiter. "It also demonstrates our continued commitment to this industry and our belief that ICF construction will play a major role in our countries move toward energy-efficient, sustainable building practices."
Greenblock ICFs are stay-in-place forms for steel reinforced, poured concrete walls. ICF walls create a building envelope that is resistant to severe weather and earthquakes. Structures built with ICFs are extremely energy efficient, have cleaner, healthier inddor air quality and are quiet and comfortable.
Greenblock plans to add additional manufacturing facilities in strategic markets throughout North America to meet the growing demand for its high performance building envelope solutions in both residential and commercial construction.
Greenblock Worldwide Corp (http://www.greenblock.com) is a manufacturer of Insulated Concrete Form wall systems for the residential and commercial building industries. With its roots in Europe over 45 years ago, today's Greenblock is an ICF Industry leader recognized for its outstanding design and ease of use. Over the years, a significant number of structures have been built with Greenblock throughout North America. Projects that range from stem walls, basements, single and multi-story residences, apartments, condominiums, towers and even swimming pools. Government agencies, schools, commercial and light industrial companies are now recognizing the superior features of insulated concrete form-built structures and are beginning to utilize them for environmental, disaster resistance and energy conservation benefits.