One Washington man came to SteelMaster with a big idea and an even bigger heart—he wanted to construct a special steel athletic facility for his alma mater.
When David initially contacted SteelMaster, he simply wanted to purchase a building. As he started to ask more questions and gain more knowledge about the benefits of the metal quonset structures, his ambitions extended far beyond just owning one; he wanted to incorporate them into his business.
One violent tornado can destroy communities in an instant. Dangerously high winds and flying debris can obliterate structures in seconds, but high-wind rated quonset huts have proven their strength in the midst of the most dangerous storms.
You buy it, you build it: It’s just that simple at SteelMaster. You don’t need expensive construction crews, heavy equipment or experience to put together one of our DIY quonset huts.
After a hard day’s work towing massive cargo barges in and out of New Orleans, Arkansas Boat Captain Billy Smith gets the chance to put his feet up and relax in his custom steel quonset bachelor pad.
To perfectly complement his beautiful artwork, artist Ken Sedberry constructed a custom metal quonset hut building to display his unique sculptures.
After two of their buildings collapsed from heavy snow loads, the Mammoth County Water District came to SteelMaster to rebuild two of their steel storage buildings.
Despite the difficulty, New York artist Jean Marc Sovak and his tiny house team are up for the challenge as they work to complete their tiny house quonset hut.
One New York family has completed the next step on their journey-installing the insulation inside of the tiny steel quonset hut on wheels.
Brutally cold temperatures, high winds, heavy snow, and frozen ground are all things that residents in Alaska have to consider before constructing any quonset hut.