SteelMaster Buildings has been accepted into the Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s two-year Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program.
SteelMaster customer Connie D. uses Quonset huts to shelter her pigs because of their durability, disaster resistance, and cost-effectiveness.
The 2022 SteelMaster Buildings calendar is here! In this post, you’ll learn more about the stories behind each photo featured in our calendar.
Customer Patrick Ropella is impressed with the quality of SteelMaster’s prefab building kits and enjoyed how easy they were to assemble.
SteelMaster Buildings was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in Virginia for the second year in a row.
All it takes is the click of a button for the SteelMaster roof to move and expose the telescopes inside Bryan C.’s observatory to the sky.
The Quonset hut housing project ‘Caterpillar’ has won the 2021 Architizer A+Product Award for Best in Facades.
Teresa R. is renovating a SteelMaster Quonset hut workshop her dad used for his metal refinishing business in the 1980s.
It’s time to announce the winners of the 2021 SteelMaster Photo & Video Contests! We received over 100 submissions from across the country.
The 2021 SteelMaster Buildings Photo and Video Contests have officially started!
SteelMaster Buildings has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2021 honor by The Hampton Roads Top Workplaces.
After the damage and destruction Odile caused to Los Cabos, three business partners called SteelMaster to purchase storage units for local businesses that would be able to withstand the high winds from hurricanes.
M-K-T Heights transformed the previous 200,000 square feet of industrial buildings with creative and quirky designs. Part of the transformation includes SteelMaster Quonset hut awnings that welcome visitors into the building.
Watch a timelapse of the three day process to build a large barn for farm equipment with a custom-built endwall.
The switch to working from home is not always an easy adjustment. Many workers are moving their in-home offices into their backyards by building an “office shed.”