Sazerac contracted Caldwell to build eight tanks for their new bottling facility in New Albany, Indiana. We got to work, designing each tank with a 35-foot diameter by 37-foot shell height, complete with flat bottom, and dome roof. Caldwell ensured Sazerac would leverage the benefits they needed by providing 304 Stainless Steel Bulk Product Storage Tanks.
Now known as Northwest Ordinance Distillery, Sazerac converted this bottling facility from an old Pillsbury Plant, turning it into a state-of-the-art Bottling Facility. Today, this distillery strives to get America’s favorite new liquor, bourbon, bottled as quickly as possible.
This plant wasn’t initially built to accommodate 2,500,000 gallons of storage. As such, Caldwell needed to build tanks within a Dike Wall. Moreover, as Sazerac’s goal was to start bottling bourbon as quickly as possible, Caldwell fast-tracked construction of these tanks, creating them within a couple of months.
Throughout construction, Caldwell would navigate lifts over walls and around objects. Due to what Sazerac stored within these tanks, we needed to ensure there was a 32 Ra Finish of Stainless Steel in place. Additionally, nozzles and interior connections required special provisions for the completed process.
New Albany, IN
Tank Size & Style
Seven Food & Beverage Tanks built with a 35-foot diameter by 35-foot shell height and a 304 Stainless Steel finish.
Matrix Technologies, Inc.