A Michigan business owner chose a SteelMaster Quonset Hut for his business because of its unique look and easy installation.
The National D-Day Memorial Foundation broke ground on their third Quonset hut exhibit, called the “Fleda Hut,” in honor of benefactor Fleda Ring, who passed away.
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Carpenter Ranches replaced their older facilities designed for drying hops with SteelMaster buildings to produce higher quality products for the growing craft brewing industry.
A SteelMaster Quonset hut survived Hurricane Michael, a category 5 storm that had 160 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.
From the clear span design to overall shape, fabric buildings seem to have a lot in common with steel buildings. However, there are significant differences.
A Texas couple chose their SteelMaster Quonset Hut home due to the quality of the steel and stylish appearance of the metal arches.
Minneapolis-based architecture firm Kara Hill Studio created an award-winning Quonset Hut using locally sourced materials.
SteelMaster customer Linda C.’s fascination with erector sets and geometry growing up made purchasing a Quonset Hut shed an easy decision.