Government Buildings (GSA)

NASA chose SteelMaster Buildings to protect their shuttle components and valuable equipment. They were confident in SteelMaster’s ability to design, build, ship and service all their prefabricated government buildings.

With thousands of satisfied customers, SteelMaster takes pride in knowing our steel government buildings have earned the favor of every military branch, as well as the Departments of Corrections, Transportation and Defense and Public Works as well as the FBI, DEA and the Army Corps of Engineers. The SteelMaster metal building line serves the United States military and other government branches well, especially in its ability to quickly assemble, disassemble, relocate and then reassemble.

Our military-type quonset hut-inspired buildings are made of nothing less than heavy gauge, commercial grade steel and are available in widths of up to 150′ and lengths as long as needed. In addition, all SteelMaster buildings feature a clear span arch design that maximizes their economy and versatility. No matter the need, from metal military barracks to training facilities, portable shelters to quonset huts, SteelMaster’s corrugated government buildings have all departments of the U.S. government covered.

GSA Contract Number: GS-07F-0458T
Effective 7/1/12 through 6/30/2022

SIN: 361-10A (Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for Storage Solutions)


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