Standalone Community Tornado Safe Rooms
ICC 500 defines community shelters as serving more than 16 occupants or occupants of other than of dwelling units. Standalone community tornado safe rooms have the advantages of lower construction costs, greater availability of sizes, accessibility from multiple facilities, absence of collapsing adjacent structures, and ease of weatherproofing safe room exteriors. Companies who provide protection for employees from severe weather by constructing tornado shelters demonstrate their concern for the safety and peace of mind of their employees.
GARY GRANT – Corn Products International says;
A stand alone 8′ x 13′ tornado shelter was purchased in 2009. While fulfilling all the safety & corporate requirements, the shelter was on budget, on schedule, good design coordination, & straight forward to assemble with good product support. A project manager could not ask for more. When another shelter is necessary, we will call Remagen.
GLEN A. GOENS, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, CEM – Butts County Office of Homeland Security, Butts County Fire Marshal, CFI says;
…the Safe Rooms that your company has built for us are great. The protection that these buildings serve for our employees can’t be put into words. Thank you.
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