Elevated Water Tank Design & Construction for Over 30 Years

History: Founded by Water Tank Professionals

Success and Growth Since 1986

In 1986, our group of highly motivated managers pooled their resources to purchase the recently defunct Universal Tank and Ironworks from bankruptcy. We chose the name “Phoenix” for our company, rising to new life from its ashes. Our vision: to surpass previous accomplishments and become an industry leader for elevated water storage tanks. We began this journey in Avon, Indiana, with a 61,000 sq. ft. fabrication facility as our headquarters. Through hard work and dedication, we developed a reputation for exceptional quality in design, manufacturing, and erection of multi-column, single pedestal, and fluted column tanks.    

Acquisition Increases Capabilities

Building on two decades of success, in 2006 Phoenix acquired the Elevated Tank Division of Pittsburg Tank & Tower. The acquisition brought our second plant, in Sebree, Kentucky, with 52,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space and a skilled force for water tank manufacturing and management. This plant also brought capabilities for composite elevated tanks, which are becoming increasingly popular in our industry. In addition to fabrication, we added elevated tank modifications to our service offerings. These include raising, lowering, and replacing containers.

Over the last 30 years, Phoenix has constructed more than 5,000 water towers throughout the United States. These range in size from 30,000 gallons to 2,000,000 gallons. We offer a turnkey operation, performing engineering and design, fabrication, foundation and site work, construction, erection, and painting.

Still Dedicated to Quality and Efficiency

We operate today with more than 25 specialized, mobile work crews. Most of our nearly 250 employees have been with us from the beginning. All of us remain dedicated to constructing high-quality tanks, with cost-effective efficiency, for every client we serve. We are proud of our many awards for quality, most notably the “Tank of the Year Award” from the Steel Tank Institute and American Water Works Association.