Domtec has a culture of integrity, reliability and flexibility. Whether a client needs a concrete dome builder for a cement, clinker, fly ash, fertilizer or other bulk material storage project, or turn-key EPC contractor for site, geotechnical or structural engineering, reclaim tunnels, ringbeam and deep foundation, bulk storage dome or SiloDome™, floors, conveyors and reclaim system, Domtec’s experience and relationships with expert partners will build an owner’s material storage project safely, on-time and economically. Starting from conceptual design, order-of-magnitude budgets or firm bids, the goal of Domtec International is to save the industrial plant time and money and build a relationship of trust for life.
When concrete dome construction for your bulk storage must be completed on time and on budget no matter the circumstances, trust Domtec to deliver.
Over the last two plus decades Domtec has designed and constructed monolithic concrete bulk storage domes worldwide. Whether a dome is storing a heavy material like iron ore, cement powder or clinker, or a lighter product like wood pellets or some fertilizers, each dome is unique in its geometry, location and bulk material properties stored. Domtec’s world-class experience includes constructing insulated, reinforce concrete domes while applying ACI and Eurocode engineering with varying seismic, wind and differential loads on 5 continents, a majority of states in the USA for the mining, biomass and cogeneration power, agricultural and cement industries. Many of those reinforced concrete domes are built near rivers, oceans or areas with poor soil characteristics.
Because of attention to detail in all aspects of bulk dome and Dome-Silo construction from design through demobilization has enabled delivery of dome technology without a single structural failure and 100% on-time completion, saving our clients time, money and risk. Domes store cement powder, clinker, fly ash, grains, fertilizers, frac sand, copper concentrates, coal, potash, iron ore, slag, wood pellets and chips, limestone, fgd gypsum, urea, wheat, soybean meal, sugar, peanuts and precious metals and customers find new bulk material applications for domes each year
Domtec is committed to building a great company and a better industry. Domtec is actively involved in the American Concrete Institute (ACI), American Shotcrete Association (ASA) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) committees to help create consensus documents that will ensure domes are designed, engineered and built safely and properly in the future.
When dome construction for your bulk storage must be completed on time and on budget no matter the circumstances, trust Domtec to deliver.