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Disaster Resistant

Monolithic Domes meet FEMA standards for providing "near-absolute protection" and have a proven ability to survive tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, most manmade disasters, fire, termites and rot. 

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Energy Efficient

No building is more of a micro-energy user or greener than a Monolithic Dome – unless you simply don’t care what the building costs. The Monolithic Dome is absolutely micro-energy efficient. Its energy needs for maintaining a comfortable interior are one fourth of any other normal structure. A Monolithic Dome would require less energy to heat or cool than a super-insulated metal building or a conventional house covered with an air-tight wrap.

 
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Size Limitations

Monolithic Domes can be built up to the size of a large stadium, providing unparalleled open span opportunities.

Design Possibilities

The inherent strength of the dome allows for many different designs. Second and third floors do not necessarily need supporting walls. 

 
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Industrial Applications

Monolithic Domes offer unparalleled open span insulated structures for multiple uses.

Durability

Monolithic Domes are designed to have a life span measured in centuries.

 
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Income Properties 

Monolithic Domes provide investment opportunities. Low maintenance rental units can be built quickly for the largest unmet need in the housing market; single working people. 

 
 
 

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