At New Century Dome Builder we have been trained to build a wide variety of commercial and residential projects for clients and we couldn't have done it without our dedicated staff. Our employees have been trained by the leading pioneers of dome building construction (Monolithic Dome Institute) www.monolithic.com and know the in's and out's of the dome building requirements. We also take part in sharing dome building technology with others in the industry and maintain a close relationship with this company.
With our attention to detail and dedication to delivering the highest quality work possible, you can rest assured knowing that your project is in the hands of an extremely talented and knowledgeable team of employees.
Advanced Art International
I was contacted by John Kells of Advancd Art International www.advancedart101.com and if anyone is considering having advanced artificial stone work you may contact them for more information. This is a great way to add a beautiful touch to your landscping and much more.
Chris Zweifel carries a BS in Civil Engineering and an MS in Civil/Structural Engineering from Brigham Young University and is a registered Professional Engineer and he is licensed in 33 states.
He is also Chairman of the American Concrete Institute Committee 334.
Larry Byrne (972)483-7423
Monolithic’s principal in-house designer and design consultant. Directs and assists the design crew. Oversees many of the designs of Monolithic Dome churches, schools, homes, industrial and commercial facilities.
- Calamco Cold Storage, Stockon, California – project included substantial design work on a robot crane
- Simplot Fertilizer Storage
- New Life Christian Church
- First Church of Christian Science, Hemmett, California
- Emmett High School, Emmett, Idaho
- Italy High School Gymnasium, Italy, Texas
- Avalon High School Gymnasium, Avalon, Texas
- Various low-cost housing projects
CAD work on a PC and Mac; primarily Auto-Cad and VectorWorks. This includes computer scheduling, billing, estimating and quoting. Additionally, field inspection of projects; interfacing with owners, code officials and contractors.
CAD work includes basic design of structures; subsystems such as electrical, plumbing, heating/AC; equipment design such as automated cranes, concrete pumps and inflator units.
Additionally, shot stints as field superintendent for construction projects that include metal buildings and Monolithic Dome construction.
American Concrete Institute (ACI) – Past Secretary of the 334 Committee (Thin Shell Concrete)