Brian Camden is a civil engineer who started in construction as a carpenter’s helper in 1973, and from there worked as a superintendent, surveyor, project manager, structural engineer and construction program manager. Mr. Camden started Hardened Structures, LLC, in 1991, and has licensed affiliates in California, Colorado, Washington, Texas, Tennessee, Illinois, the Carolinas, Georgia, and internationally in Canada, the European Union, Australia, and New Zealand. In addition, he created a separate company, Hardened Structures Government, led by former US Navy SEALS, which is contracted for classified and U.S. government work. Hardened Structures’ projects range in size from small, private shelters to large military facilities.
Mr. Camden is Principal of Hardened Structures, a professional construction program management firm specializing in commercial, residential and community hardening, fortified homes, bomb shelters, bunkers, storm shelters and self-sustaining hardened facilities. The multi-hazard design/build engineering methology that Hardened Structures uses encompasses all aspects of blast hardening, blast effective mitigation, protective design technologies, advances security and alternative energy systems. They provide client/project specific designs addressing conventional weapons, forced entry, chemical, biological, radiological and explosive (CBRE) weapons, 2012 mitigations, climate change and any type of apocalypse or world-ending scenario. Hardened Structures’ team of engineers, architects, project managers, scientists and security specialists confidentially manages all aspects of protection programming , strategic planning, site assessment, complete designs, clandestine contracting, risk assessments, building systems placement, preparedness/response, alternative/solar energy systems, and full construction. Hardened Structures has confidential designers, suppliers and security specialists to cost effectively design/build discreetly anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. A facility or shelter addition can be built in almost any location be it urban, suburban or rural.
Here is a 17-minute audio recording of an interview with Brian Camden, of Hardened Structures (the graphics of the YouTube video will not change–there isn’t a problem with the file, it is just audio):
Here is a short video about bomb shelters in general, which includes comments by Brian Camden, of Hardened Structures:
The video above originally aired on CNN and has been posted by a user named “DrWeblog” on YouTube.com.