2006 Steel Tank Institute Tank of the Year Award Winner! The construction of this 53’d x 151’h 2.3MG water tank posed many challenges:
- Due to the height and capacity of the tank, the bottom shell courses were 1 ¼” thick.
- The site was exposed to extreme wind and rain throughout construction.
- The knuckle roof is self-supported with structural that was built in place and seal welded overhead
- The site was extremely tight with very restricted access to the backside of the tank.
Name: 2.3 MG North Reservoir
Category: Steel Construction
One (1) 95’-0” diameter x 60’ high 75,000 BBL Capacity, Three (3) 80’-0” diameter x 60’ high 53,000 BBL Capacity, and One (1) 36’-0” diameter x 32’ high 5800 BBL Capacity API 650 welded steel storage tanks with internal floating roofs constructed and painted in Tacoma, WA.
4 each 80 BBL API 650 Storage Tanks 120′ diameter x 40′ high with internal floating roofs. This was a design/build project for a private developer. All 4 tanks were field erected in a five-month window to meet the client’s schedule to become operational.
T BAILEY operated as the general contractor and was awarded the Water System Improvement Project for the City of Vale, Oregon. The project was designed to eliminate toxins from the city’s drinking water, specifically arsenic. The City of Vale received funding from the Federal Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund which utilizes American Iron and Steel (AIS) Requirements for the Project. AIS requires all building materials utilizing iron or steel products to be produced in the United States.
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.
Fabrication and field erection of a new 18′ diameter x 210′ tall steel single wall stack for the Coyote Springs II Power Project.
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.
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