Site Built Community Commercial Producer Members
Site built community commercial producer members are persons, firms, corporations, or partnerships who are engaged in the construction of safe rooms that are in compliance with the ICC/NSSA 500 Standard and the FEMA P-361 guidelines for the construction, installation, and inspection of Community/Commercial safe rooms. Site Built Producer Members apply the appropriate NSSA seal bearing the Producer Member’s name to each Community/Commercial safe room built.
Site Built Community/Commercial Producer Listings
3063 Outlet Center Drive
Sealy, TX 77474
Community Commercial Safe Rooms built to FEMA 361 / NSSA Standards
ABC Domes, along with its JV company, Golden Sands General Contractors, is uniquely qualified to develop safe room / multi-purpose domes, with a track record of successful projects throughout Tornado Alley and beyond. We work with community officials as well as local architects and engineers to construct FEMA-compliant* dome structures that meet the specific requirements of the Hazard Mitigation Grant programs. In fact, we are the only dome builder to earn the Producer Member qualification of the National Storm Shelter Association, having successfully completed the rigorous testing and third party review process required by the organization.
Contact: Maria Hahn – [email protected].
With 40 years of experience and more than 600 dome structures, Dome Technology is the industry leader in concrete dome construction. As the pioneer of this construction process, we continue to innovate design and build robust safe shelters that exceed FEMA P-361 and ICC 500 standards, offering a turn-key, free-span solution.
Our safe shelters are often finished as schools, event centers, churches, and fire stations. From 3,000 to 80,000 square feet, this structure proves to be affordable, efficient, and safe shelter for your kids and community.
DESCRIPTION: Using durable concrete block construction, Romtec storm shelters and safe rooms are designed to withstand high-speed impacts, wind and other turbulent natural forces.
Our storm shelter models can be configured as basic, no-frills structures to iconic buildings that can be used year round.
Romtec shelters meet or exceed ICC-500 standards for storm shelters
They meet or exceed FEMA P-361 guidelines for safe rooms and meet
NSSA Producer Member requirements,
which include third-party engineering review shelter designs
Mobile Home/RV Parks – Campgrounds
Housing Authorities – Community Park
Highway Rest Stops – Schools – Golf Courses
Fire Stations – Community Centers