Step out of the box of traditional buildings and into the wonderful, often times quirky world of the Quonset Hut. Check out these five mind-blowing Quonset Hut builders whose amazing ideas will get your creative juices flowing.
Seven businesses all in different industries found a way to meet these demands and more when they invested in Quonset Hut steel building design.
After over 800 submissions and countless hours of sifting through quality contenders, True North Detroit emerged as one of the winners of the 2017 Architects Newspaper’s Best of Design Award.
Have you been dreaming about building your own steel Quonset Hut™ home, but you’re confused about where to start? Award-winning architect and Quonset Hut™ aficionado Earl Parson is offering a helping hand to anyone who has flirted with the idea.
The historic Sloss Furnaces is an 18-acre urban oasis that has become quite the tourist attraction. Every year, the rusted collection of blast stoves and smoke stacks welcomes visitors from all over the world who wish to explore this magical maze of pipes that was once a booming business in the heart of Birmingham, Alabama.
Survivor: “My SteelMaster Building Survived Hurricane Harvey With No Problems” Tens Of Thousands Of Citizens Are Still Trying To Dig Their Way Out Of The Destruction After The Deadly Hurricane Harvey Slammed Into The Coast Of Texas.
Bob Stansel and Tammy Marek worked with world-renowned architect Maziar Behrooz to create their multi-million dollar Quonset Hut home in East Hampton New York.
Every day adults and children anticipate a fun-filled visit to a military-themed airsoft field which has incorporated two SteelMaster Quonset Hut hangars into their overall design.
Are you in the process of purchasing a steel Quonset Hut™, but you don’t even know where to start? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
Since the beginning of 2017, Core Industries has been providing SteelMaster buildings for the Guatemalan market. We are proud to be serving our customers with some of the most resilient and structurally sound buildings in the world.
Among artist Noah Purifoy’s powerful works of art is a metal Quonset Hut assemblage.
David Reavis doesn’t have to go far to find some of the best gin in town. Craft distilling has been disappearing nationwide, but thanks to one of the east coast’s newest businesses, the tide may be turning.
When one man wanted strength, durability, and energy savings, he knew an energy efficient quonset hut lodge was the best choice.
One Washington man came to SteelMaster with a big idea and an even bigger heart—he wanted to construct a special steel athletic facility for his alma mater.
Mike M. doesn’t have to go far to get a delicious cup of Hawaiian dark roast in the morning. Just a few steps from his front door is the site of his own coffee production company, Pua’a Lani (Hog Heaven), which was created using a SteelMaster metal shipping container cover and two salvaged shipping containers.
You won’t need Doc’s solid steel, plutonium powered DeLorean to travel through decades of history in one southern Virginia town. All it takes is one tiny step into Theodore Natale’s Retro Ghost Town Quonset Hut™, and you’ll feel as though you’ve been teleported back to the 1950s.
The Hampden Rifle and Pistol Club in Maine are certainly no strangers to the benefits of steel. When they were looking to rebuild their shooting range, a durable metal Quonset Hut™ was a fitting choice.
Chief Richard Gross came to SteelMaster on a special mission. He needed a clear span quonset hut garage to house an emergency vehicle.
When David initially contacted SteelMaster, he simply wanted to purchase a building. As he started to ask more questions and gain more knowledge about the benefits of the metal quonset structures, his ambitions extended far beyond just owning one; he wanted to incorporate them into his business.
No. That’s not a massive Boeing jammed inside of a too tiny metal quonset hut hangar; it’s actually a collection of different planes that have now become the most spectacular quonset hut airplane home in one Arizona town.
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?