We're here fighting this stupid weather on our big ICF house, still trying to get our footings poured. They're all formed and covered with heat in there in an attempt to eliminate any lingering frost, and try to get through our next cold spell and snow that we having coming in this weekend. I hate trying to work on this phase of construction in the winter. My question though, for guys that are experienced ICF guys, is it a horrible idea to try and attempt to pour all of our basement walls, and the suspended garage floor in one pour? We've got 12' basement walls on a structure that is nearly 100' long and 60' wide, and the garage floor alone is nearly 1700 square feet. Our only reasoning to try to attempt this would be to eliminate the cold joint between the wall and the garage floor, and to save the cost of a pump truck to pour the floor. My biggest concern is keeping our walls level when we have the lite-deck forms sitting on them when we pour. Plus, it would be late in the day when we got the walls all poured and we started pouring the garage floor, so we'd be looking at who knows what time to start finishing the floor. What are your thoughts? I know there's some guys on here that do a lot of ICF, would you attempt it, or just do it in two pours? Especially in the winter time.