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The World Leader in safe, secure shelters.

The BEEHIVE SHELTER SYSTEM  stands above all other shelters in terms of engineering, survivability, and long term value.


1. Beehive shelter design expertise:  The BEEHIVE SHELTER SYSTEM   is designed by a team of engineers and consultants who have been providing NBC(e) bunkers for the past twenty five years.  Beehive shelter systems, LLC has gleaned from many leading government agencies around the world, engineering practices, details and components allowing them to create the most complete bunker system on the market today. This shelter brings total peace of mind during all kinds of extreme event conditions.


2. Concrete material:  The FIRST priority of survival is the physical safety of the occupants.  The BSSQ-1 shelter is a cast-in-place concrete capsule that protects the occupants under all kinds of extreme event conditions.


Other shelter companies will try to mislead you in believing that concrete is an inferior building material; the reality is in fact just the opposite, concrete is superior to all other building materials in the shelter industry!



Consider THIS: Concrete is the material of choice:  Concrete is the preferred professional material of choice for any structure that is in contact with mother earth; this includes, footings, foundations, columns, slabs, skyscrapers, bridges, tunnels, mines, dams, bunkers, and shelters etc.  This material provides unparalleled load bearing properties, impact resistance, fire resistance, corrosion resistance, noise resistance; this material is eco friendly, energy sustaining and harbors a long product life cycle.


Consider THIS: Concrete is Stronger: 
Concrete is stronger than any other man-made construction material and can achieve strengths of up to 50,000 pounds per square inch in compression.   Reinforced with steel, concrete is virtually indestructible and is universally used in all types of loading bearing conditions.  It is the material of choice used by design professionals throughout the world when considering loading, safety, durability, workability, and maintenance.  (Consideration) What material do you most often see in commercial construction to hold up buildings?  Do you ever see fiberglass or raw exposed steel? 

Consider THIS: Concrete is Safer: 
Solid concrete has an ultimate compressive strength far greater than any other shelter material. It acts as a natural barrier between the occupant and the outside environment protecting them from direct and indirect impacts.  (Consideration) What happens to the occupants of a fiberglass shelter if any surfaces are exposed to a direct impact of an object such as a flying vehicle or tree? How well would a fiberglass shelter hatch connection hold up under a direct debris impact?  Are you willing to stake your life on such an inferior material?



Consider THIS: Concrete is Fireproof: 
Concrete will not support combustion or flame spread and can achieve a fire rating of 2 hours or more.  The thermal massing of the concrete will temper the inside conditions even during extreme exterior conditions.  (Consideration) What happens to the occupants of a fiberglass or steel shelter if there is a debris fire above or around you?  Does fiberglass or steel hold up under high temperatures?

Consider THIS: Concrete is Durable: 
Concrete is resistant to freezing, thawing, abrasion; heat, cold, chemicals, water intrusion, rotting, corrosion etc.  Concrete can last well over 30,000 years in time and actually gains strength over the product life cycle.  (Consideration) What kind of condition would a steel shelter be in after being buried in the earth for five, ten or fifteen years?  Should you be concerned about rust or corrosion?  Would earth movement or fractures adversely affect a fiberglass shelter?

Consider THIS: Concrete is Eco friendly: Concrete is friendly to the earth due to its natural material base, i.e. sand, aggregate, lime.  (Consideration) Does your fiberglass shelter accommodate “green construction” methods?   Is it friendly to the earth after its product life cycle is over?

Consider THIS: Concrete is maintenance free: Once poured and set, concrete will get harder with time and is resistant to rot, rust, corrosion, and all other natural corrosives.  (Consideration) Does steel or fiberglass shelters have any maintenance concerns over five, ten or twenty five years?  What happens to steel when exposed to moisture over a long period of time?

3. Ventilation system: The SECOND priority of survival is the air you breathe.  The BSSQ-1 shelter uses a ventilation filtration system developed by the most prepared country in the world.  This system has been tested and used for over thirty years and comes with the ability to filter most biological and chemical agents. The system is simple, durable, and proven.  This high strength ventilation system will preserve air quality during any and all extreme event conditions protecting the occupants from air quality threats. 

4. Life sustaining systems: The THIRD priority of survival is the life sustaining systems.  The BSSQ-1 shelter provides everything needed to accommodate a “normal” life condition.  The bunk rooms have up to 3 bunk beds per room along with optional sleeping areas if needed.  A fully functional restroom is provided with a small sink and trickle shower.  It has a small microwave and fridge as well as a generous kitchen cabinet for food preparation.   The primary power is supplied by the local municipal power grid, with an optional diesel generator room and battery backup devises.  This shelter can be equipped or stripped down to the basics, depending upon your level of comfort. 

5. FINAL ANALYSIS: In the final analysis you want to do whatever it takes to protect your loved ones from the unknown.  The only choice is to select the leader in shelter design, Beehive Shelter Systems, LLC.

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