About Fastform ICF
Fastform ICF is the most experienced insulated concrete form distributor in Ontario. Since we first got involved in the insulated concrete form industry in 1994, we have had the opportunity to work on thousands of projects, ranging from small insulated concrete form foundations to full height ICF homes of up to 60,000 square feet.
The experience that we have gained from being involved in numerous residential, commercial, and industrial projects over the years allows us to provide our customers with the best customer service and technical support in the industry.
Family owned and operated.
Fastform ICF is a family owned and operated company that was first started in the late 1980’s as a conventional concrete forming company by Archie Duiker. In 1994, Archie took an interest in insulated concrete forms, becoming one of Ontario’s first ICF installers. As the demand for insulated concrete form construction increased, Archie decided to shift the company’s focus and became a distributor of Nudura, the number one brand of ICF on the market. Today the team at Fastform ICF is led by Eric Duiker, Archie’s son, and has expanded to three locations to service the growing Southwestern Ontario market.
The values that guide us.
- Solutions—We enable more efficient construction every day by distributing Nudura ICF products that are designed to make building easier and faster.
- Partnerships—We strive to provide customers coworkers, and suppliers with win-win solutions and a community of mutually beneficial relationships.
- Value—We only offer top-quality brands to enable reliability, backed by total aftermarket service and support.
- Growth—We are constantly evaluating profitable opportunities that match our strengths and our commitment to our customers.
- Responsibility—Each member of our team has a valued seat at the table. Personal responsibility is an expectation, as is the team’s responsibility to support one another.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION.
Fastform ICF has received several awards for projects throughout Southern Ontario, including an award for the twin 9-storey West Village student residences at McMaster University. These residences were the first LEED Platinum multi-storey buildings in Canada at the time. We also received another award for a 60,000 square foot home in Oakville which was modelled after the Blickling Hall Palace in England.