Starting a Monolithic Dome Construction Company Concrete Floor — Our crew had just finished pouring a concrete floor for a new Monolithic Dome home. A worker walks around the floor, cutting out the keyway. The keyway is the 2" wide cutout that goes around the rebar uprights. (Javier Figueroa) Airform Inflated — This multi-dome Airform has just been inflated. The augments will now be formed with wood and forced into position making a nice, wrinkle-free door way. The saddle connection between the two domes will also be strapped down into place. (Javier Figueroa) Applying Shotcrete — Workshop attendees get the opportunity to spray concrete on a Monolithic Dome during one of our Workshops. The first layer of shotcrete gets sprayed on approximately 1/2" thick. (Kasey Montgomery) Rental Units — Nestled in the trees in Italy Texas, four IO-20’s make great 300 square foot rental units. These four domes are coated with concrete using the chain-shell method. Luxury Dome Home — This luxury dome home is in Florida. Built by Valerie and Mark Sigler, “Dome of a Home” is a 70′ × 54′ dome with about 8670 square feet of living space. IO-24 — This IO-24 is located on the Monolithic Dome Institute’s property in Italy, Texas. It is a 450 square foot rental unit. The concrete coating on the outside of this dome was stained using a siliconized concrete stain. Monolithic Fences — Monolithic uses single side forms and our shotcrete equipment to make great fences. This concrete fence is only 2" thick. Inflator Fan — Monolithic manufactures and sells equipment that is specifically designed for the dome building industry. This is a SC3 inflator fan that can easily inflate Airforms up to 100’ in diameter. This fan also features a pressure regulator and back-flow prevention devices. Paxis Scaffold — The Paxis scaffold is the best scaffolding for dome structures. It can be adjusted to build any size dome and will keep your applicators in the right spraying position, in a nice constant speed around the dome. Light and Nimble — The equipment we manufacture is meant to be light and nimble. This trailer contains all the equipment necessary to spray concrete: concrete mixer, skid steer concrete pump, air compressor and all the hoses. Equipment trailer — Monolithic can help equip you and your crew with equipment that has taken us years of fine tuning to produce. Spraying — The construction of a Monolithic Dome calls for spraying the polyurethane foam insulation and then concrete on the inside of the Airform. Foam Trailer — If you do decide you want a foam rig, put it on a trailer of its own. Shotcrete pump — Startup dome builders should invest in a pump that fits what they will build. Spreading — A crew readies the Airform for inflation by spreading it out. Monolithic Mixer — Using the Monolithic Concrete Mixer, two workers can mix as fast as needed for the GHP 1500.