Landmark Austin Tank Featured in ENR - Year in Projects
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Landmark Austin Tank Featured in ENR - Year in Projects

Fort Worth, TX (28-12-2009)

A unique two million gallon water storage tank for the Austin (TX) Water Utility was featured in Engineering News Record’s “Year in Projects” special section in the December 28, 2009 issue.  Fort Worth-based Landmark Structures is nearing completion on the project, which will extend the city’s reclaimed water network, serving irrigation and cooling needs.  It will be instrumental in freeing up potable water supplies for the equivalent of 25,000 homes.  The tank design makes a strong aesthetic statement, and demonstrates the potential for green infrastructure, incorporating rain water collection and solar power generation.  Read more about the project.


About Landmark…

  • Founded in the US in 1985, with the market-transforming introduction of the composite elevated tank for water storage.
  • Advanced from innovator to market leader through excellence in execution—with composite elevated tanks now the primary solution for large capacity storage of up to 3.5 million gallons in North America.  Businesses now include Spheroid Elevated Tanks for water storage; API Build/Repair of tanks and systems in military, industrial and petrochemical markets; and specialty coatings applications. 
  • Committed to a philosophy of higher standards…and to new opportunities leveraging competencies in water, energy and the environment.
  • For more details or assistance, visit the Contact Us page.

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