A SteelMaster Quonset hut survived Hurricane Michael, a category 4 storm that had 155 mph winds at landfall–the strongest since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
After a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit the state of Alaska, Bob C.’s SteelMaster workshop is still standing and has no damage.
An Alaska couple’s SteelMaster Quonset Hut was in perfect condition after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake ripped through the state.
Maj. Jeff Hickman, of the Hawaii National Guard, stands near a SteelMaster structure hit by the Kilauea lava flow, in …
Jose Malave, a longtime SteelMaster customer and business owner in Aibonito, can now add one more title to his hat; Hurricane Maria Survivor. He rode out this horrific storm in his SteelMaster building.
What do you do when a swirling engine of destruction packing the power of half a million small atomic bombs comes through your town like a buzz saw destroying everything in its path?
Customers all over the world have experienced the strength of a SteelMaster, but what makes ours so strong?
Hurricane Katrina evacuees needed style and protection, so they chose a SteelMaster q-hut to rebuild their home.
SteelMaster’s High Velocity Hurricane Zone Certified buildings are engineered to the highest standards and are able to withstand the strongest winds.
In order to keep contaminates from reaching the air, Los Alamos National Laboratory chose to enclose their excavation sites with SteelMaster buildings.
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