Above Ground Commercial Storm Shelters

Survive-a-Storm Shelters is the world’s leading provider of above ground community storm shelters. When Fortune 500 companies need to protect their employees from tornadoes and other violent windstorms, they call Survive-a-Storm Shelters. Survive-a-Storm has gained a reputation as the go-to solution provider for community tornado safe rooms.

We count among our clients the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, 3M, Kia Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Cree, Schlumberger, and US Steel–just to name a few. School districts and local governments across America rely on Survive-a-Storm’s above ground community storm shelters to protect students and community members from 250 MPH EF5 tornado winds.

Our above ground community storm shelters bear the seal of the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA) and have been debris impact tested in the Wind Research Institute at Texas Tech University.

Quonset Style Shelters

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  • Massive Concrete Foundation
  • Fabricated from Quarter-Inch Steel
  • Lengths Up to 96-Feet
  • Installed On-Site in a Matter of Days
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Sectional Shelters

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  • Scalable to Nearly Any size
  • Design-Build Capabilities
  • Rated to Withstand EF5 Tornado Winds
  • Ideal for Factories & Office Buildings
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Extreme Rooms

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  • Built-In Escape Hatch
  • Lots of Room
  • Multiple Sizes
  • Relocatable When You Move
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Under Ground Commerical Shelters

Survive-a-Storm Shelters pioneered the design and construction of underground community storm shelters. When Kia Motors needed several community storm shelters to protect the workers at one of  their automotive plants , they called Survive-a-Storm Shelters. Never before had any company attempted such an ambitious project, but Kia was impressed by our track record of success in completing difficult and highly complex projects. The end result? Survive-a-Storm Shelters installed what was, at the time, the largest capacity of underground community storm shelters on a single piece of property anywhere in the world.

Since the completion of this project Survive-a-Storm Shelters has expanded its offering of underground community storm shelters to include modular underground community storm shelters of unlimited scale that are designed and engineered to protect 1,500+ occupants. When the U.S. government required such a solution at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, they contacted Survive-a-Storm Shelters.

Survive-a-Storm Shelters is a trusted vendor to the U.S. government, with whom we hold a GSA Schedule Contract. We can protect your company or organization–regardless of size–with our wide range of underground community storm shelters.

Underground Max Extended

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  • Installed in Under a Day
  • Numerous Options Including Cots & Toilet
  • Community Storm SHelter or Bunker
  • Connect to Power, Water, and Telephone
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Quonset Style Storm Shelter

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  • Withstand EF5 Tornado Winds
  • Occupancy for 25-459 Persons
  • Electrical & Generator Options
  • Removable Perimeter & Bench Seating
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Modular Community Shelter

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  • Massive Capacity to 1,500+ Occupants
  • Fresh, Grey, and Black Water Connections
  • Connect Multiple Units Together
  • Design/Build Capabilities
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Transitional Community Shelters

Survive-a-Storm Shelters has developed a novel solution for providing storm shelters for mobile workforces such as road crews, foresting teams, and oilfield workers. The Survive-a-Storm line of transitional storm shelters employs a ballasting system that enables the temporary deployment of large quonset style community tornado safe rooms in the field without the need for permanent foundations.

Survive-a-Storm’s transitional community tornado safe rooms are installed by performing a shallow excavation from which overburden (soil) is removed and replaced by a large metal box, which is then ballasted (filled) will the excavated overburden. Once filled, the shelter is fitted to the transitional foundation and solidly bolted in place. When it’s time to relocate the shelter, the process is reversed. The ballast is removed, the foundation loaded back onto a truck, and the soil returned to original source.

Transitional Storm Shelters

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  • Rapid Deployment
  • Easily Relocatable
  • Installs in Hours
  • Protect Workers in the Field
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