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When Government Agencies have Storage Problems, SteelMaster has Solutions

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collage of quonset huts used for barracks, training facilities, storage, garage

For over 40 years, the SteelMaster brand has been synonymous with strength, style, and value. We have invested in building lasting relationships with thousands of business owners and customers all over the world.

SteelMaster Buildings has also earned the trust of every branch of the U.S. Military and other government agencies including the FBI, DEA, Army Corps of Engineers, and NASA.

Our buildings have been used for barracks, equipment storage facilities, and portable shelters. For years, our line of products has been a staple for the United States Government in so many ways while also remaining cost-effective.

The Quonset HutTM became popular back in the 1940s during World War II. At that time, the military wanted an all-purpose building that was lightweight, easily assembled, and efficiently transported. The Quonset HutTM was the best building for the job.

The very first Quonset Hut was built at the Davisville National Construction Battalion Center at Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Back then, they were used primarily for housing personnel but quickly evolved into many other applications.

Seven decades later, the military has expanded their use of these buildings and SteelMaster has made them even stronger than before.
With over 35 years of experience in the business, SteelMaster does not just provide buildings to government agencies, we help them solve problems.

SteelMaster’s many building configurations provide ample storage space to hold valuable material, they can be assembled quickly and easily, our buildings can be shipped anywhere around the world, and most importantly, they are cost-effective which makes even the most complicated projects budget-friendly.

Little Creek Amphibious Base in Virginia Beach, Virginia called on SteelMaster when they needed storage for highly sensitive gear for Navy SEALs.

They currently have 10 SteelMaster Quonset Hut-style industrial steel buildings on one of the largest naval bases in the world. Officials on the base say they’re not stopping there. They plan to acquire more SteelMaster structures in the future.

When NASA’s engineers needed a building supplier that met their exact design standards, they came to SteelMaster Buildings to develop a secure facility to store shuttle components and critical equipment.

SteelMaster’s buildings are strong enough to withstand even the strongest hurricane and trusted enough to protect those tasked with protecting the safety of the United States of America.