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.
The foundation was 80′ diameter x 8′ thick with approx. 335,000 lbs of rebar and 60,000 lbs of anchor bolts to keep the tank from overturning in a seismic event. The massive foundation was poured in one monolithic pour of over 1500 cy of ready-mix concrete delivered in over 150 truckloads.
Name: North Water Reservoir
Category: Civil 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.
T BAILEY, INC. performed site development including fuel containment and underground utilities to accommodate 3 new API 650 fuel tanks and 2 UL 142 fuel tanks.
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.
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.
This project included demolition of an existing water tank, extensive site work and erection of a new 89’d x 68.5′ high water tank with concrete foundation and earth anchors. The finished tank has a mural of trees to help it blend into the background in its rural neighborhood setting.
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.
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.
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