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MUELLER METAL ROOFS


The Muscogee Creek Nation multi-purpose facility hosts many events in Okmulgee, Okla. Photo courtesy of Michael McCoy


The monolithic dome at Dale Public Schools serves as a cafeteria. Photo by Jocelyn Pedersen


nearly tornado proof, they can provide shelter during a storm; afterward they can be set up as triage centers. In these ways, they can serve as protection before, during and after a storm. “This may be an opportunity for schools to


get into an area they might not have been able to in the past,” McCoy said.


Case in point is a “cafetorium” that’s under construction in Shawnee Grove Public Schools just east of Midwest City, Okla. The structure will serve as a cafeteria for school children as well as an auditorium and a public storm shelter. McCoy said the growing community-ori- ented concept to design shelters to include local citizens in addition to students and teachers is important because it causes plan- ners to look at who will go to the shelter with- in a certain amount of time, regardless of the time of day. McCoy also takes into account the roadway and parking infrastructure, which can be problematic in the case of parents at- tempting to reach their children before or after a storm. McCoy pointed out that communities are going to pay for schools no matter what type of building is constructed, so it makes sense to consider a dome. For more information about monolithic domes, visit www.mono- lithic.org.


Mueller metal roofs always look at home on the range. They’re modern and innovative, yet provide an attractive, classic appearance. If you want lasting beauty and all-weather protection, there’s no better value in the country.


www.muellerinc.com 877-2-MUELLER (877-268-3553)


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