Wastewater Storage and Steel Water Storage Tanks
Aboveground welded steel tanks are ideal for safe and economical water storage and wastewater treatment. T BAILEY, INC. has a history of working with owners to either field erect tanks or fabricate shop built tanks for placement on your site. Our location is ideal for transporting fabricated shop built tanks by truck, rail, or barge to the project site. T BAILEY, INC. has worked with public and private municipalities to ensure tanks are built in accordance with AWWA D100 & D102 standards.
Industries We Serve:
Water Storage & Wastewater
Repairs and Maintenance on Water and Wastewater Storage Tanks
Additionally, T BAILEY, INC. performs repairs and maintenance on AWWA D100 water storage tanks. Over time, tanks need maintenance, modifications, and coatings system evaluation – and potentially recoating. We can help to identify long-lasting solutions to your storage tank repairs and upgrades whether it is applying a top coat, complete removal and reapplication of coatings, or seal welding tanks to help eliminate internal corrosion.
T BAILEY, INC. understands the specific challenges of projects who receive government funding for either field erecting a new tank for water storage or wastewater, or performing repairs and maintenance to an already existing tank.
Built with American Iron and Steel
If your project is receiving funding from CWSRF or DWSRF your project is subject to American Iron and Steel (AIS) requirements. T BAILEY, INC. reviews all certifications ensuring permanent materials subject to AIS requirements are accurate and complete and properly produced in the United States.
Types of water storage and wastewater storage tanks T BAILEY builds include:
Cone roof tanks
Umbrella roofs (supported & non-supported)
Knuckle roof tanks
Single and multi-bay structurally supported roofs
Open top tanks
Scheduling and Specific Needs
Time can be a factor when working with municipalities. We work with the owner on their scheduling needs and understand that all municipalities have different needs.
For water and waste treatment plants, T BAILEY, INC. can be a valuable resource at any stage. Given the necessary criteria, T BAILEY, INC. can design and build water storage and wastewater storage tanks to meet your requirements, or we can work with an owners’ engineer to design the facility.
Explore a few featured steel water storage tank and wastewater storage tank projects we have built before:
A 2006 Steel Tank Institute Tank of the Year Award-winning 160’ft high x 53’d welded steel water tank with a self-supported seal welded knuckle roof. The site was located in a new housing development and had very limited access and the developer requested minimal clearing on site.
Tank improvements to 3 existing water reservoirs including ladders, platforms, roof vents, shell stiffeners (pictured above), piping, and interior and exterior concrete foundation improvements.
T BAILEY performed extensive rehabilitation on an existing welded steel water tank including major foundation modifications, removing, seal welding, and replacing the entire roof, adding two additional shell courses, spiral stairs, demolition of an adjacent tank and foundation, and additional tank and site upgrades.
The new 4.2MG water reservoir was 80’d x 115’high. T BAILEY, INC. donated the cost to paint a custom logo on the tank for the local high school located next to the tank site.
915,000 gallon Muckleshoot Standpipe in Auburn, WA constructed in 1996 for Indian Health Services. Upper tank and roof were constructed on the ground and lifted into place.
In 2001 T BAILEY, INC. built the new 74’d x 88’h 3.5MG High Tank #2 (shown above) and a new 150’d x 30’h 3MG Nike tank as well as performed upgrades on two existing water tanks for the Alderwood Water District.
The new 80’diameter x 115’h 4.2MG water tank sat on a 110′ diameter x 4.5′ thick mat foundation with a 5.5′ tall ringwall. The foundation contained over 1800 cy of concrete, 147 tons of rebar and 86 each 2 1/2" diameter anchor bolts. The project had a total of 7000 cy of mass excavation to accommodate the new foundation and detention pond.
Project included demolition/removal of an existing standpipe and construction of a new 2.5MG water reservoir, foundation, associated site earthwork/grading, utilities, electrical, telemetry, etc. The new foundation consisted of approximately 1000 cy of concrete to form a 87’ diameter mat foundation for the reservoir with 76 anchor bolts and approximately 144,000 lbs. of steel reinforcement.
"T BAILEY is the single-most professional group I have worked with in a subcontracted situation – ever. I was impressed by T BAILEY's ability to do exactly what was committed to be done...you've raised the bar.”
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