Remagen Corporation takes pride in providing its customers the highest quality engineering for design of their tornado shelters. Every Remagen tornado safe room constructed in the U.S., whether a standard shelter or a unique customer-specified safe room, is designed by registered professional engineers with extensive experience in the design of high wind force structures. Every tornado shelter produced by Remagen Corporation has been designed to meet the requirements of ICC 500, the ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters, and each safe room design has been peer-reviewed by an independent engineering firm for compliance with the requirements of ICC 500.
When facilities planners at the U.S. Army Garrison at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, AL decided that it was necessary to provide tornado protection for children at the post’s Child Development Center, they directed architects to collaborate with the Remagen Corporation in Monteagle, TN for the design of a 400-person tornado shelter. This video shows the construction of the tornado safe room which Remagen Safe Rooms engineers furnished to meet the requirements of Redstone Arsenal. A Remagen Safe Rooms technical representative was on-site during erection of the shelter structure.