Northeast Water Purification Project Tanks
The Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) is a $1.4 billion dollar expansion to the water system of Houston and the surrounding cities. With a planned capacity of 320 million gallons a day the tankage on the project was varied and demanding. With a typical water treatment plant, the tanks provided would be shop fabricated out of specialized metals or linings that can only be applied in a shop environment. Due to the scale of the storage and process needs the tanks had to be field erected, and with that, the means and methods of providing the tanks had to be customized and modified to provide the protection needed. With nineteen total tanks we provided virtually every type of tank. Insulated tanks, stainless tanks, cone bottom tanks, rubber lined tanks, painted tanks, rectangular tanks, shop built tanks, and PVC Bag Lined tanks.