A different way to build a house #47 – underground and able to ride out “the apocalypse”

So the “apocalypse” has arrived in whatever form you prefer to imagine: nuclear war, earthquakes, super-volcano eruptions, terrorist attacks or whatever. Your above-ground house isn’t going to survive, so where do you go? In the movie 2012, wealthy individuals bought tickets on huge ships called arks that carried them through the floods. In the real world there is a network of underground shelters known as Vivos:

Here is a walk-through of the shelter and its accommodations:

See also: See out the apocalypse in luxury: Vivos Underground Survival Shelter Network

Each Vivos facility is equipped with its own internal power generation system, backup battery banks, deep water wells, biological, chemical and radiation air filtration systems, sewage disposal systems, abundant food and clothing storage, security devices, medical equipment and supplies and critical support equipment including off-road vehicles – presumably for doing battle with mutant road warriors once the dust settles topside.

A community of approximately 200 people can ride out the storm for approximately one year.

See also: How to build your own underground shelter to ride out the Apocalypse

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