QUONSET HUT SURVEY & CONTEXT REPORT
FOR HAWAII AND NAVY SUPPORTED ACTIVITIES IN THE PACIFIC
Metal-framing, barreled-roofing, and open floor plans are considered defining characteristics of the Quonset Hut. These buildings began springing up pre-World War II as temporary and adaptable structures. Now that many are dilapidated, this report will provide surveys and documents on its contextual history to assist the Navy in determining the appropriate measures to be taken.