Hildebrand Dome Construction is privileged to have worked on a variety of Monolithic and EcoShell construction projects all over the world. Our projects range from designing custom homes for individuals to government contracted community buildings to rebuilding entire villages, durable against natural disasters. 

 
 

Triple Dome in Nanango, Queensland (Australia) 

A beautiful triple dome structure built in the gently rolling hills near Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia. A tastefully furnished and energy efficient home, with a view of the hills and occasional kangeroos.

 

Community Tornado Shelter in Birmingham, Alabama

Click the video below to watch the construction process of one of our domes. Partnered with FEMA and City of Birmingham, we constructed a monolithic dome as a Community Tornado Shelter in Alabama. The Dome is 5,000 square ft and can provide emergency shelter for 900 people.

 

Home Addition in Salt Lake City. 

An addition was made to a residential house in Salt Lake City.  This partially below grade dome was intended as a large addition to a family home.  The energy efficiency of Monoltihic Domes make them perfect for both hot and cold extremes.

 

Dome Construction Process in Perth, Australia.  

Construction photos from a large dome built in Perth, Australia. This dome incorporated an external curving staircase as well as an internal curving staircase down to the oversize garage. The building occupied a hillside site with an extraordinary view over the Perth area.

 

Combo Garage & Guest House in Redlands, California

A small guest house and large, multiple vehicle garage was erected as a lovely addition to this home in Redlands, California. Incoporating the structure into the hillside maximises the available space on the property.

 

Vacation Home in Grass Valley, California

Scroll through the build process of a unique vacation home in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Grass Valley, California. Like all of the domes we build, this house is resistant to fires, earthquakes and other natural disasters. This dome is self heated and cooled, toxic free, and electromagnetically quiet. Learn more about "The Quiet Dome" at http://thequietdome.com.