Select Page

It’s early in the construction process, but Allied Concrete, Inc. trucks have already been on site at the new church being built in Waynesboro, VA. That’s because it’s being built with insulated concrete forms (ICFs).

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church broke ground back in February 2019. The completed project will be a hybrid structure of ICF walls and a PEMB (pre-engineered metal building) roof framed with PEMB columns that run to the footings. The metal roof and columns are in place. The insulated forms for the walls – which will run from the floor to the ceiling – have already started to be placed and the first of what will total 500 cubic yards of concrete specifically for the walls has been delivered.

The completed building will be 15,000 square feet, feature 750 cubic yards of concrete and is expected to be completed in early 2020.

<< Back to VRMCA News