Location: Minot, ND
Client: City of Minot
The City of Minot’s hydraulic master plan had referenced adding an additional water storage tank on the south side of town for many years before recent growth made it a necessary project. The groundbreaking of a new hospital required an increase in the amount of elevated storage in the City’s South Hill pressure zone for fire flow purposes, and its construction increased the commercial and residential development in the surrounding area to a point that would soon exceed the operational capacity of the existing elevated storage.
HEI's extensive experience and knowledge of the Minot water distribution system along with our previous experience with storage tanks for the City enabled HEI to assist the City in the construction of a new 1.5-million-gallon composite elevated water storage tank.
The system hydraulics and forecasted growth with increased usage dictated the size of the tank. The steel tank height and water level elevation had to match the existing Dakota Square Elevated Tank to enable unified operation of both structures on the South Hill pressure zone.
Landmark Structures, as one of the few composite elevated tank contractors in the country, bid the project and was awarded the contract, with Strata Corporation supplying the concrete.
This project was completed in 2022.
The City of Minot
was recognized for this project by earning the North Dakota Ready Mix & Concrete Products Association's
Gold Star award for the Governmental category. This award recognizes architects, engineers, contractors, owners, and concrete producers for Excellence in Concrete for projects that demonstrate innovation, craftsmanship, aesthetics and more.
Read the full announcement here