The Emmett High School class of 1987, celebrating their ten-year class reunion this summer, will tell you that their final years of school were, to put it mildly, very uncomfortable. A necessary change came to Emmett in the form of Monolithic Domes.
Monolithic Domes have been proven to withstand earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, and even gun shots. But what about an explosion? Thanks to a test by South Industries, we know the answer.
For the second time in four months, storage domes are featured in an industry publication.
A Monolithic Dome was the perfect fit for one community college in Kansas.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to build a Monolithic Dome? How about from professionals who have done it for years? Come join us for our Spring Workshop, where we teach how to build a Monolithic Dome.
Listen to David B. South, founder of the Monolithic Dome Institute, explain the disaster resistant quality of Monolithic Domes.
The Living Arts College property, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, has come up for sale. This is a unique structure, featuring three interconnected Monolithic Domes. Along with the main building, the school also has a dormitory that is included with the sale.
Monolithic Domes are starting to become more popular for schools as more districts build storm shelters. Some of the latest are in Mississippi.
The Christmas season is already here, and we want to share some dressed up domes with you.
Located in the heart of what is dubbed “Tornado Alley” sits Oklahoma. Since a recent tornado slammed through schools, districts are working to make schools safer for their students. One district is doing that with a Monolithic Dome.
As the end of the year fast approaches, we look back on what 2016 held for us.