Hurricane Proof Buildings:
Building openings such as garage doors and windows are often weak points susceptible to failure by wind pressure and blowing debris. Once failure occurs, wind pressure builds up inside the building resulting in the roof lifting off the building. Hurricane shutters can provide protection. Doors can be blown into the house by wind causing potential structural failure. Some doors can resist high winds. Windows can be constructed with plastic panes, shatter-proof glass, or glass with protective membranes. The panes are often more firmly attached than normal window panes, including using screws or bolts through the edges of larger panes. Tapcons are used to fasten windows with the concrete structure surrounding
A dome is an element of architecture that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere. Dome structures made of various materials have a long architectural lineage extending into prehistory. Bulbous domes are those which bulge out beyond their base diameters, offering a profile greater than a hemisphere. They became popular in the second half of the 15th century in the Low Countries of Northern Europe, possibly inspired by the finials of minarets in Egypt and Syria, and developed in the 16th and 17th centuries in the Netherlands before spreading to Germany, becoming a popular element of the baroque architecture of Central Europe. German bulbous domes were also influenced by Russian and Eastern European examples. In Islamic architecture, they are found in the Middle East and India, with the Taj Mahal being a famous example. Typically made of masonry, rather than timber, the thick and heavy bulging portion serves to buttress against the tendency of masonry domes to spread at their bases. An oval dome is a dome of oval shape in plan, profile, or both. The term comes from the Latin ovum, meaning "egg". The earliest oval domes were used by convenience in corbelled stone huts as rounded but geometrically undefined coverings, and the first examples in Asia Minor date to around 4000 B.C. The geometry was eventually defined using combinations of circular arcs, transitioning at points of tangency. If the Romans created oval domes, it was only in exceptional circumstances. The Roman foundations of the oval plan Church of St. Gereon in Cologne point to a possible example.
What I will do is I will build domes around buildings and for houses. For example I will build wind proof and dust proof domes around the old and important buildings. They will have clear glass that is unbreakable. If people are trying to go into the dome they will first go down stairs and you will use your pointer finger print and the wind proof gate will open. If someone is using vehicles then they scan the license plate number and a wind proof garage door will open. For the houses I will do the same thing for the domed in buildings for the cars. Another way it could work is with Hurricane proof windows.
If the power goes out and the door is locked everyone will have a key to the door so you can get inside the building or your houses (everyone will have two extra keys in case they loose the keys). For the cars if the power goes out we will have a lightweight garage door that everyone can open. If the sand gets on top of the dome then we will have wind shield wipers and they will wipe the sand away. I will stagger them so it will get the bottom and the plants will have sun light. if the power stays on but the wind shield wipers can't operate then there will be lights on the inside that will turn on and help the plants.