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.
The Steelmaster Buildings interactive map shows a few of the many structures across the United States and worldwide! Click on the map markers to explore!
Widespread coastal flooding, winds over 110 mph, and a 6.8 m storm surge all contributed to devastating losses in Texas after Hurricane Ike walloped the area back in 2008.
One dedicated Florida dad built a special batting dome for his two tiny softball players who needed a safe place to practice.
SteelMaster’s High Velocity Hurricane Zone Certified buildings are engineered to the highest standards and are able to withstand the strongest winds.
Florida resident spends most of his time in his SteelMaster workshop re-finishing hand-made furniture and says the best if yet to come.
Ft. Lauderdale Utilities Department storage building was a repurposed building from Florida Fire Department, reducing waste and saving money.