After a series of serious storms, Warren County decided to create an addition to their E-911 center that could weather adverse conditions while maintaining operations. The 3,500 square foot addition is constructed of concrete block with a concrete plank roof. The new addition is connected to the existing E-911 which remains as a training facility and for document storage. All essential functions were moved into the new addition which was set partially into the hill for added protection. An exterior block wall enclosure with a partial metal canopy roof provides protection for both permanent and portable generators. The control room was designed with growth in mind. The corners of the room were built and wired with enough space, power and data to add four additional call stations. During an emergency, these corners can be converted into temporary damage control spaces. A sleep room, kitchen and changing / shower facilities in the restrooms allow for emergency personnel to remain at the building indefinitely. A secured vestibule with bullet resistant glazing adds additional security beyond the fenced site.