What does a community need and want in a school structure? We think the number one answer to that question is Safety. A Monolithic Dome makes a school that can’t be beat for safety. It not only meets but exceeds FEMA requirements for a structure that provides near-absolute protection.
Monolithic Domes are successful survivors of tornadoes, hurricanes and earthquakes. They can withstand most manmade disasters and are fire-resistant, termite-proof and rot-proof.
In addition to safety and durability, with a Monolithic Dome school, a community gets an ultra conservative energy-user that can be operated and maintained economically.
A Monolithic Dome facility can consist of one or more domes, each designed to fit a specific need, built at one time or in phases.
The Monolithic staff includes professionals to help design a new campus or add to an existing one, answer all your questions, arrange for a tour of a Monolithic Dome school already in use.
When beginning the process to purchase a Monolithic Dome School follow these steps and heed these suggestions. Thirty years of building and designing Monolithic Schools has enabled a tried and true method of designing and building your next safe and energy efficient school building. (Continued…)
A Feasibility Study is a preliminary study for a project that compares the Monolithic Dome Process to other building systems. This preliminary analysis defines the design and intent of the project and provides an estimated budget and schedule, based on the best available information. Monolithic produces a Feasibility Study to assist a client before full design, management and/or construction services are engaged. (Continued…)
The number of Monolithic Dome schools in America continues to grow. This map shows dome school locations in the U.S. City and/or school administrators often contact us after they actually see a Monolithic Dome school facility or learn about its benefits. (Continued…)
Monolithic School Modules can be designed for virtually any purpose. They can include classrooms and/or administrative offices, or serve as a food service facility, a gymnasium, a multipurpose area, a library, etc. (Continued…)
America’s schools, both privately and publicly owned, are finding innovative ways to finance construction, seeking structures that will keep students safe from most natural and manmade disasters, and desiring facilities that use a minimum of energy. Read their stories. (Continued…)
If you’re concerned about anything related to the planning and design of a Monolithic Dome school church, gym, etc. you will probably find the answer you need in this section. Besides articles by experts and Monolithic Dome owners and/or administrators, it contains tools, such as Googles’s “SketchUp,” for planning a dome and photographs. And new information is frequently added. (Continued…)
We make a point of staying in touch with public and private schools throughout our nation, and we know that many are working at finding ways to finance new construction or improve existing facilities or operating procedures. Follow this link and read about their successes as well as any new information we have relating to schools. (Continued…)