Three 10,000-square-foot shelters located in the Hurley, Vancleave and St. Martin communities were built to meet FEMA’s stringent 361 guidelines for tornado and hurricane shelters and can withstand 200-mph winds. Each building includes insulated concrete form (ICF) structure, intermediate structural steel, FEMA 361 doors, interior CMU partitions, full-service kitchens, stand-alone utilities and independent fire protection systems. WSC has also built three similar shelters in Harrison County, Mississippi.
“I have worked with contractors before and White- Spunner construction is a step above them all. They are fantastic company to work with. If there is something you don’t understand, they will stop and explain what they are doing and why. They go above an beyond the call of duty.”
— Mike Wilson, Director of Maintenance
HARRISON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI