Chapman Community Tornado Shelter

This shelter was built with stamped engineered drawings, funded partially by FEMA. It is constructed of poured concrete. Built with a dual purpose to be able to do your laundry and be able to look out a double-pane window from inside the shelter. This shelter is not only safe but appealing to look through the washroom hallway to the outdoors. The glass window is covered by a Ceco Storm Pro 361 FEMA tested door. No worries the hallway door is also a Ceco storm pro 361 that meets FEMA specifications. By installing a doorway in the laundry, the occupants never have to go outside. This shelter has handicap accessible restrooms with a walk through door from the main building to the shelter. A 90 minute backup power battery lighting is provided in the event of electricity loss. Also has a fresh air vent damper to be used in the event of a power failure.

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