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Seminary Hill Elevated Storage Tank Repair and Repainting (Part 1) and Willow Springs Elevated Storage Tank Interior Coating Replacement (Part 2)

Project Description

The Seminary Hill 2 million gallon (2 MG) Elevated Storage Tank was built in 1947 and last rehabilitated in 1999. The Willow Springs Composite 2 MG Elevated Tank was built in 2010. Both tanks provide potable water storage and fire protection for areas in south and far northwest Fort Worth, respectively. The existing coating system for both tanks will be replaced in order to protect the structural steel from erosion.

Council District: District 4, District 7

Current Status: Construction

Project End Date: March 22, 2019


Source: Water & Sewer Fund
Amount: $1,917,758


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Dena Johnson