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2018 Campton Hills Water Tower Painting

  • Current Paint Scheme
  • Future Paint Scheme

The Campton Hills Water Tower is a 1,000,000 gallon fluted column elevated water storage tank that was originally constructed in 1985. The structures exterior paint was spot repaired in 2011, but hasn’t been completely overhauled since it was constructed in 1985. This repainting project is important to protect the exterior and interior steel from rust and extend the life of the tower structure.

Project Phase: Rehabilitation
Proposed Improvements:Campton Hills Water Tower Painting
Contractor: Seven Brothers Painting Inc., Shelby Township, MI
Construction Engineer:Dixon Engineering., Hales Corners, WI
Estimated Timeline:August 2018 – November 2018
Project Location:Campton Hills Road Water Tower Site, 2903 Campton Hills Road
Project Financing: Water Funds
Project Cost:  $789,200

The scope of work for the water tower project includes complete exterior and wet interior sandblast cleaning and repainting. The dry interior is only in need of spot painting repairs and will not be completely overhauled. Due to the proximity of the tower to surrounding private properties, containment (a tent like structure) will be installed over the structure during the blasting and repainting of the water tower to avoid any overspray. In addition to giving the tower a fresh coat of paint and a new look, the contractor will be making repairs to the foundation, roof hatches, tank vents, safety upgrades and roof repairs.





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