A new Monolithic Dome now stands on the school grounds where a tornado came tearing through 23 years ago. Catoosa, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa, was the site of a F4 storm in 1993 that killed seven people and injured many more. Thanks to a new Monolithic Dome, people at the school can now feel safe from another such storm.
Have you ever thought about where you would film a sci-fi movie? Plenty of us have done it. The folks over at AL.com did and came up with a list of places in Alabama that looked like something from a sci-fi movie. As part of the list, two Monolithic Dome locations were chosen.
North Park Elementary School in Hartshorne, Oklahoma recently celebrated the opening a Monolithic Dome on its campus. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, September 26, 2017.
A recently completed Monolithic Dome home shielded a family from a hurricane and came away unscathed. That’s the strength of a Monolithic Dome.
The recently completed dome addition will be shown to the public for the first time.
The Fall 2017 Dome Builders Workshop was a success thanks to the attendees who came.
After the large storm hit, many residents took shelter in Monolithic Domes, FEMA approved shelters.
We honor Jack Christiansen, a concrete thin-shell pioneering giant, and we extend our deepest condolences to the Christiansen family.
Preparations are being made for attendees to the Fall Dome Builders Workshop.
Many people experienced the solar eclipse that recently passed through the United States. A few were able to experience at a Monolithic Dome, which passed right over a dome in Georgia.
One hurricane was all it took for one couple to seek out a storm-resistant structure, which led them to Monolithic Domes.