Increasingly, composite elevated water-storage tanks are the preferred choice for water storage. Aesthetics and long-term economics have increased their popularity, especially for tank capacities of 500,000 gallons and greater. The architectural concrete pedestal creates a modern appearance while providing space inside the base for other uses. In many cases, a composite tank will have a lower life cycle cost than a steel tank due to long-term savings in paint maintenance.
Our proprietary, seven-foot forming system is the safest, most technologically advanced tank-raising system in the industry. The solid interior platform is self-elevating as work progresses up the shaft, allowing ease of adjustment for each form to the exact radius of the first lift’s dimension. Rustication strips create an aesthetically pleasing appearance, and the form’s seven-foot height looks less cluttered than smaller forming systems used by others.