Corridor Tornado Safe Rooms
Ron Flanagan, Principal Planner and Grant Administrator, discusses the use of Remagen’s Tornado Safe Room retrofit system as a solution to providing existing schools shelter space in Oklahoma.
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The Remagen Safe Room System can quickly and easily harden an existing building without appreciably changing the character, architecture, or function of the existing facility. This type of tornado safe rooms is considerably cheaper than other type of shelter which require precast concrete or reinforced concrete masonry walls and reinforced concrete roof decks – 30% cheaper according to Oklahoma’s Principal Planner and Grant Administrator for school storm shelters, who called the Remagen Safe Rooms System Henry County, TN school corridor safe room concept “brilliant” and said “That is the solution” for sheltering schools against tornadoes.
The Remagen Safe Room System meets the requirements of ICC 500 – 2014, ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters and FEMA P361 – 361, Design and Construction Guidance for Community Safe Rooms for 250 mph EF-5 tornadoes.