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Letter to all School Superintendents and Legislators

Image: Monolithic Dome Schools – THE answer for schools in “tornado alley.”
See: http://www.monolithic.com/topics/schools

School children were killed in the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma in the spring of 2013. That need not happen at your school – or any school. It is possible to have A TORNADO-SAFE and AFFORDABLE SCHOOL. (Continued…)

Why a Monolithic Dome Fertilizer Blend Plant?

Image: Our design of a rotating incoming conveyer is unique. The incoming conveyor brings material from the elevator outside and drops it into the center. Then it can be rotated to drop the product into the bin of choice. The dome can support any loads you can hang off it.  All of the material handling equipment is supported off the dome.  Catwalks provide access to each moving part, so maintenance is simple.

What’s a fertilizer blend plant’s number-one enemy? Moisture! If water gets into or condensation forms inside a storage unit, it quite quickly begins degrading the fertilizer and forming rust. But Monolithic uses a technology that keeps that troublesome process to a minimum. (Continued…)

In-stock Monolithic Cabin Models Reduced

Image: A sampling of the Monolithic Cabins available at a reduced price.

Monolithic Constructors, Inc. is happy to offer constructed Monolithic Cabins* at spectacular sale prices! We have 14 ready to ship to your site. (Continued…)

Monolithic Cement Storages

Image: This pictograph shows the inbound cement either by conveyor or air tube from ship or barge or rail or truck. It also shows cross sections of possible tunnels under the floor for retrieval. The cement can be dropped into the tunnel onto conveyors either by vibratory units, or air slides or mechanical sweeps.

Monolithic Domes have been designed and constructed for cement storage for many years. The dome imitates nature’s strongest shape: the egg. And shape is enormously valuable when building storages. (Continued…)

Like us on Facebook

Image: Check out our Facebook page!

Monolithic is on Facebook! The best part is that you do not have to have a Facebook page yourself to see what all the buzz is about. Check it out and read comments and discussions about the Monolithic Dome, THE Twenty-First Century structure! (Continued…)

Grow Domes Are the Future

Image: This 280-foot-diameter dome has a floor area equal to 1.4 acres. Note the large entry doors. It’s the perfect building for growing food.

Monolithic Domes make the world’s best Grow Domes. We must have them to allow us to grow the food we need in the years ahead. (Continued…)

Grow Your Food in a Monolithic Cabin Grow-Dome

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Why grow your own? Good question! Can’t we just keep making our weekly stock-up trip to the supermarket? Well of course you can. But there are some growing (pun intended) reasons not to. (Continued…)

Fertilizer Blend Plants: A Growing Demand

Image: Eldorado Chemical Blend Plant — Located in Bryan, Texas the large dome is 95 feet in diameter and the smaller is 40 feet in diameter. The large dome has a 3000 ton capacity.

A Monolithic Dome makes an ideal fertilizer blend plant that mixes, packages, stores and distributes specialty chemicals for various agricultural purposes. These domes contain many large bins used to store phosphorus, potash and nitrogen in various forms, as well as other micronutrients such as iron, chrome or zinc. From these ingredients, hundreds of different fertilizer formulas can be created. (Continued…)

Monolithic Indoor Athletic Practice Facility/Field House

Image: Faith Chapel — Two hundred and eighty foot in diameter dome, seventy four feet tall in Birmingham, Alabama. This is for a church that is listed on our site. It is the same size building as the small practice facility discussed in this article.  Check it out here.

Athletes need to practice when it is neither too hot or too cold. But few players get to practice football, baseball, softball, track, rugby, etc. year around. A Monolithic Dome facility makes year-round practice possible. It largely eliminates the weather factor. (Continued…)

We Know Domes – Hire Monolithic Today

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Being the coinventor of the dome and the founder of the Monolithic Dome Institute has given David B. South the opportunity to not only fine tune the building process, but to create a company whose main mission is to make available Monolithic Dome technology to all the world. It is the hope of Monolithic to educate the public about Monolithic Domes and to provide professional services to its customers by creating a successful partnership with them through all phases of their dome design, planning and construction(Continued…)