In 2008, Monolithic Constructors, Inc. completed work on a 50′ × 25′ central dome, flanked by two 36′ × 16′ side domes, for Wayne Brannon of Decatur, Texas.
About four years later, we were asked to coat the domes with Monolithic Stucco. These domes had rock applied to their bottom sections.
We began by smoothing any Airform wrinkles by troweling on a mix of stucco that flattened any wrinkles left from the dome construction.
Then we started spraying Monolithic Stucco, a cementitious stucco that Monolithic designed and perfected. Its features include fiber reinforcement, acrylic modifiers, and styrofoam beads for expansion/contraction control and durability.
Once the stucco was sprayed, we applied silicon in a bright habanero chili red color. This high solids silicon protects the buildings and keeps them clean.