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Caldwell Tanks, Inc. Awarded Two Steel Tank Of The Year Awards

This is the second time in the company’s history to receive two STI/SPFA Tank of the Year awards in one year Louisville, KY, February 5, 2016:  Louisville-based Caldwell Tanks, Inc was awarded the Elevated Tank of the Year as well as the Standpipe of the Year by the Steel Tank Institute/Steel Plate Fabricators Association for […]

Two New Water Towers To Be Constructed Soon

Hollywood and Charlotte Hall, MD — Two new water towers will soon be appearing on the St. Mary’s County skyline. St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission (MetCom) Oct. 22 approved the contracts to install a 500,000-gallon water storage tower (WST) in Hollywood and a 400,000-gallon tank in Charlotte Hall. The WSTs will add to the capacity […]

Big New Water Tanks Will Improve Service

Two towering 844,000-gallon water tanks are nearing completion on Peaceable Ridge after five months of construction. It’s part of a long-range effort to improve the Aquarion Water Company’s system in town. First Selectman Rudy Marconi said the company is also talking with the town about extending water lines out to Craigmoor Road — and possibly […]

Demolition Continues on Mason City Water Tower

MASON CITY | Demolition continues on Mason City’s water tower on South Federal Avenue. More than half of the bowl had been removed as of Thursday. The water tower, which was built in the 1940s, is being taken down and will be replaced with a 1-million-gallon water tower similar to the one on 43rd Street […]

New Mandeville Water Tower Takes Shape

A new water tower on the eastern edge of Mandeville has been fully formed and needs only a paint job and a few other finishing touches before being brought on line. The 750,000-gallon, single pedestal tower has been erected on Rapatel Street off U.S. 190 near Fontainebleau State Park and should be operational this summer. Mandeville Public […]

New Work-Force Program is Part of a Larger Manufacturing Strategy in Louisville

A new partnership between manufacturing officials and educators aims to address a long-standing need for technically skilled workers in Louisville. The program comes from the Kentucky Federation for Advance Manufacturing Education, or KY FAME. Participating students will attend classes two days per week at their local community college — in Louisville, that’s Jefferson Community and […]