T BAILEY, INC. designed, fabricated, field erected, and finish painted a new 47’d x 135’h AWWA D100 section 14 welded steel water storage tank. The completed project also included a concrete foundation, site work, and a mural on the tank that features the City’s name and logo.
Name: Toppenish 1.7MG Standpipe #5
Category: Steel Construction
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, INC. erected a new 4MG 105’d x 68′ tall water reservoir for a private developer in the new Maple Ridge Highlands Community. We also erected a new 26’d x 133’h standpipe and a complete pump station for the water system in this new development.
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.
Before erecting the new 12MG 184′ d x 63′ high water reservoir, T Bailey, INC. prepped the site including clearing approximately 6.5 acres, mass excavation of over 40,000 cy, grading, and 2000LF of large diameter transmission and yard piping.
T BAILEY, INC. fabricated and installed approx. 230 lf of 16′ diameter penstock that began with a complex square to round transition to connect to an existing point and ended in a bifurcation that split into approx. 200 lf of 11′ diameter penstock that connected to two existing points already encased in concrete.
T BAILEY, INC. constructed a new 130′ diameter x 32′ high 3MG painted and insulated water reservoir for the North Slope Borough.
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.
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