Monolithic Constructors Poland (MCP) has started construction on three large fertilizer storage domes in Estonia, a former Soviet state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe that, unlike many countries in that area, has a high-income economy.
Jan Pregowski, chief executive of MCP, signed the contract for these Monolithic Domes last year, but due to a severe winter, MCP had to wait until now to inflate and start construction.
Monolithic Constructors, Inc. in Italy Texas built the Airforms and shipped them to Estonia early this year. Now the first dome is off to a great start.
Jan Pregowski first heard about Monolithic Domes in 1985 and came to America to learn how to build them by working on projects here. Jan then returned to his hometown of Katowice, Poland, trained others, and built a 140′ × 65′ Monolithic Dome for Betania Church – one of the largest church structures in Poland.
By 1994, with David South’s encouragement, Jan established MCP — Monolitycznie Konstrukcjie which translates to Monolithic Construction of Poland. MCP maintains its own website and all equipment needed for dome building.
In 2000 MCP built Jan’s two-story Monolithic Dome dream home that has a 50-foot diameter and a living area with 2500 square feet.
To date, Jan has worked on numerous Monolithic projects in America, Iraq and many other countries.