School Classroom Tornado Safe Rooms
Christopher J. Doyle, ESA South, Inc. says;
We had a great experience with Remagen Storm Shelters, together we built 7 of the 110 person storm shelters in just 37 calendar days from notice to proceed to final completion. Remagen worked hard to pull together all our materials and coordinate our deliveries in such a short period of time, then trained our staff how to construct the building in accordance with the NSSA and FEMA requirements. We had very few problems and the Government was very pleased with the finished product. Thanks Remagen, you made it happen for us
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The 2015 edition of the International Building Code (IBC) requires that all new structures intended for educational occupancy which are constructed in the U. S. 250 mph wind zone have tornado safe rooms or shelters capable of sheltering the student occupancy of that addition. Shelters must meet the design and construction requirements of ICC 500, the ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters, 2014 edition.
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RemagenSafeRooms is a founding Producer Member of the National Storm Shelter Association (www.NSSA.cc).