Spotlight on the Monolithic Dome Institute by our own county newspaper

We are a mystery. Thousands drive by our headquarters in Italy, Texas, and stare at the cowboy-boot-painted caterpillar. From the day our first dome inflated — 25 years ago — curious people stopped to see what we were about. Yet, many of our neighbors know little about our work. That’s why it’s nice to get some coverage by the local county newspaper.

Rebecca Hull of the Waxahachie Daily Light wrote up a short piece about our facilities and what we do.

From its international headquarters in Italy, Texas, Monolithic has built structures all around the world, with projects in North America, Asia, Africa, and Europe. The domes are energy efficient, using 50 percent less energy to heat, cool, and maintain, and are able to withstand earthquakes, fires, tornados, and most other disasters, according to the Monolithic Constructors website.

“We’re very open here. People can come and tour,” Clark said, adding “We want people to learn about who we are so we can use the technology we have to make the world a better place.”

Take time to read the rest of Monolithic Construction: More than just domes on the Waxahachie Daily Light’s website.