Structural Design - the basics
Every Logix building needs to be designed properly, but a competent engineer, and if you don't have one already we can introduce you to engineers we work with regularly.
Fortunately this needn't be a complex process. The concrete is a standard 6" Logix ICF can be shown to have more lateral stability, i.e. wind resistance, than 300mm wide masonry cavity wall. That means if you could build it from from unreinforced concrete blocks you can build it using an unreinforced Logix wall.
While traditional concrete walls need reinforcing, the Logix insulation layer means the concrete cures in a perfect, moist, warm environment. It won't dry out too quickly meaning that we don't need to reinforce for anti-crack purposes.