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Fannin County & Sam Rayburn ISD have engaged the architectural services of Cutright & Allen, Inc. to design a FEMA 361 Compliant Community Safe Room.   This safe room is designed to withstand 250 mph winds and accomodate 600 occupants during storms in 80% open area; the remaining 20% will be used for restrooms, mechanical rooms and storage. The safe room footprint is 3,664 ftand is 80 feet long by 50 feet wide.   The alternate use will be an open area band hall   Due to the smaller footprint, the building is more economical as a rectangular structure than a monolithic dome ...

Cutright Allen & Prihoda, PLLC, in association with Pryor & Morrow Architects, is currently designing two (2) 10,568 square foot, 116 foot diameter thin-shell cast-in-place concrete safe rooms for Pontotoc County School District, Mississippi. These safe rooms will be designed to withstand tornadic winds up to 250 mph winds and accommodate 1,975 occupants during storms. The alternate use for both safe rooms will be for physical education. ...

Cutright & Allen, Inc. designed a 160 foot diameter thin-shell monolithic FEMA 361 Compliant Community Safe Room for Matagorda Regional Medical Center to withstand hurricane winds up to 200 mph. This safe room is designed to accommodate 764 occupants during storms in 80% open area; the remaining 20% is used for a physical rehabilitation and wellness center. Physical and occupational therapy and a back-up operations for the nuclear power plant is also included....

The City of Corpus Christi and Del Mar College engaged the services of Cutright & Allen, Inc. to design a new Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Texas Safe Shelter Initiative (TSSI) safe room facility.   This safe room was designed to accommodate occupants during storms in 80% open area, training rooms and offices; the remaining 20% will be used for restrooms, electrical and IT equipment rooms, and general storage. The open area is 20,000 ft2 and has a ± 160’ diameter footprint.   The alternate use will be offices and training rooms for the Corpus Christi Fire Department and an indoor assembly room for city and school activities.   20,000 ft2...