For the past couple of years, countries around the world have witnessed their fair share of devastations and natural disasters, displacing millions of people, destroying farmlands, and just generally impeding economic and industrial growth. A typical example is the Australian landscape which is often hit by severe floods, landslides, and wild fires, causing financial distress for its inhabitants and communities at large.
The Australian economy is one of the largest mixed market economies in the world, driven partly by its mining and agricultural sectors, featuring a lot of private investments and participation. To combat some of the problems brought about by these disasters, some forward thinking companies introduced dome shelters, specifically designed to solve the problems of warehousing and transporting large equipment back and forth. These shelters have been beneficial in three of Australia’s economic indicators: the industrial, rural agriculture, and mining sectors.