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SteelMaster Structures: The Best Rapid Response Shelter Solution

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If you’re in need of a building fast, SteelMaster’s metal Quonset huts and structures are the perfect solution.

Our team of experienced building specialists is ready to assist you in finding a building that fits your needs with a quick turnaround.

We have a centralized process that allows us to quickly manufacture products in our state-of-the-art factory. This makes everything significantly more efficient between engineering, production, and distribution and guarantees more consistency, higher quality, and faster delivery.

Once our prefab steel arches are produced, they can be be put on a truck or placed in a container for delivery anywhere in the world directly from our factory.

SteelMaster ships all the components needed to assemble the envelope of your steel building. The arches only require one size of nut and bolt, which are included in the construction kit.

Because SteelMaster metal Quonset huts are easy to build, it eliminates the need for expensive construction equipment, saving you time and money.

SteelMaster steel structures are not only rapidly erectable, but our buildings are also portable and can be relocated to another area. This makes our steel structures perfect for temporary solutions but also ideal for permanent uses as well.

Worldwide Relief Structures

When disaster and crises occur anywhere in the world, the main objective is to save as many lives as possible. As we have done for decades, SteelMaster is always ready and willing to step in to assist in any life-saving effort.

We are proud to have worked with various organizations to assist in recovery efforts, including AECOM, USAID, the United Nations, as well as non-profit organizations like World Vision.

In addition to food, clean water and medical assistance, adequate temporary or permanent housing is one of the essential elements for the recovery of communities.

The shipping container the arches are shipped in can become an important part of the construction. That is exactly how “Clinic in a Can” works.

When a typhoon devastated the Philippines, the “Clinic in a Can” was contracted by the United Nations to send a hospital to the area. They created the hospital from shipping containers and used a SteelMaster cover in their design.

In 2010, a magnitude 7 earthquake shook the country of Haiti, killing at least 100,000 and destroying more than 280,000 structures.

The Assembly of God Church in Washington State purchased three buildings from SteelMaster and donated them to the affected area in Haiti after a devastating earthquake.

One building was used as a church and the other two were used for schools. A group of 50 people helped assemble these buildings. Most of the construction was completed in one month and the entire project was completed in three months.

Every SteelMaster building is specifically designed to withstand the harshest conditions. Our buildings can withstand extremely strong winds, fire, and can even survive the impact of flying debris during storms.