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Airsoft Theme Park Wows Visitors Inside SteelMaster Quonset Hut Hangars

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interior view of steel quonset military store with military personnel inside
Lace up your combat boots, button up your camo, strap on your gear and get ready to hit the battlefield at full speed. You won’t need bullets for this fight; the only weapons allowed at Hangar 37 are airsoft guns and a thirst for high-adrenaline adventure. Every day adults and children anticipate a fun-filled visit to this military-themed airsoft field which has incorporated two SteelMaster Quonset Hut hangars into their overall design.

Owner Javier Garcia Juarez built Hangar 37 in Spain. His father actually owns two go-kart tracks there as well. Juarez wanted to open his own business, but he decided to go a different route.

For those who like to play popular video games like Call of Duty or Battlefield, this is a way to still enjoy the strategic challenges of the game, but this adds the physical element. Juarez has taken great care of every detail so that players can totally immerse themselves in this action-packed theme park.

When visitors travel to this oasis of adventure, they have plenty of options. They can get the airsoft war started on the battlefield, they can practice their aim at the shooting gallery, take a load off in the bar and coffee shop, or find a few trinkets to take home in the shop.

To enhance the look of the military-style theme-park, Juarez says he started his search online and found SteelMaster buildings. His father also owns three Quonset Hut hangars, so Juarez was already aware of the benefits of owning one.

“I thought this model matched the design of our theme park,” says Juarez.

Before he made his purchase, he actually traveled to SteelMaster’s factory to get a closer look at our buildings.

Juarez is an industrial engineer so he purchased a building he knew he could trust and one he could actually put together himself with a little help. He rented a few tools and asked three people to help him erect the arches.

“It looks great. It’s very impressive. Easy and fast to build,” says Juarez.

He says he looked at a few other options on the market, but he was drawn to the shape of the Quonset Hut.

He owns two SteelMaster buildings. Juarez is now using one of them as a main reception area.

Juarez enjoys his building so much he actually recommended to another company called Free Motion. They also purchased a hangar for their mountain bike business.

SteelMaster’s Quonset Hut hangars are not only designed to protect large and small aircraft, they can be used in many military-themed design projects. Our 100% clear span Quonset Huts have been used in military museums, the National D-Day Memorial, NASA, Government storage, and more.