In addition to being an industry leader in design and customer service, Stala strives to be an industry leader in research and information dissemination. To that end, we frequently publish articles and white papers in leading trade publication venues, such as Construction Specifier and The Military Engineer. A list of our publications, with short descriptions and links to pdfs, follows. If you are a publisher or potential collaborator interested in discussing a possible publication project, please contact Chris Keith at email@example.com.
- This article features the usage of Stala IFAs and Nudura ICFs on Schofield Barracks, concentrating specifically on the contribution of these products to Schofield’s attainment of LEED Gold status.
- This article features the usage of Stala IFAs and Nudura ICFs on the Academy at Nola Dunn, the most energy efficient building in the Burleson Independent School District (Burleson, TX). It features customized 25-ft. radial frames for daylight windows.
- This article, published in the premier trade magazine for architects in Canada, introduces readers to the distinct advantages of IFAs on commercial construction jobsites, including its capacity to be anchored into the footer and ability to coordinate with multiple other trades. It provides a case study, comparing the number of contractor tasks between IFAs and traditional bucking methods, using Joseph Warren Middle and High School in Bowling Green, KY.
- This article, published in the premier trade magazine for architects in the USA, concentrates on the abilities of IFAs to coordinate with multiple subtrades on commercial jobsites and thus save contractors on time of construction and human resources costs. The article demonstrates these cost savings by means of a case study on the nearly 300-opening Joseph Warren Middle and High School in Bowling Green, KY.
- This article introduces integrated framing assemblies to ICF contractors via the standard trade magazine in the guild, highlighting especially its utility for commercial ICF construction. It focuses on the differences between IFAs and commonly used vinyl and wood bucking systems.
- This article explains the relevance of IFAs for the door and hardware industries on commercial construction jobsites. That relevance stems from the fact that IFAs are prepped to receive hardware from the moment they arrive on the jobsite. Since they are placed prior to the construction of the concrete wall and remain in place after the pour, IFAs enable contractor to lock the site up sooner as well.