Stones River Water Treatment Projects
|Project Name||Tiger Hill, Mill Street and Halls Hill Water Tank Repair and Repainting|
|Project Location||800 County Farm Road, 405 Mill Street and 2015 Dora Rucker Road|
|Project Status||Completed September 2020|
|Project Contact||Alan Cranford, Water Treatment Plant Manager|
|About The Project||The City of Murfreesboro Water Resources Department has contracted with Currens Construction Services, LLC to repair and repaint three drinking water storage tanks. The Mill Street Tank, located at 405 Mill Street, will see major renovations starting early March 2020 and last for several months. This will include removing all of existing paint, some minor structural improvements and repainting the interior and exterior of the tank. During this process a containment curtain will be put up around the tank to contain dust and residue from the sandblasting and painting operations. The Halls Hill Tank, located at 2015 Dora Rucker Road, will see major renovations starting late March 2020 and last for several months. The Tiger Hill Tank, located at 800 County Farm Road, will see minor renovations starting mid- to late- summer. The purpose of these renovations is not only to provide a nice look to the tank, but to protect and extend the life of the tank. These coating protect the structures from weather, pollutants, bacteria, corrosion and more.|
|Estimated Project Cost||$2,618,720.00|
The Tiger Hill Tank was cleaned, its interior was sandblasted down to the metal, and its exterior was pressure washed with small amounts sandblasting. It was also primed and painted inside and out. A new ladder and platform was added, along with other minor repairs. The Tiger Hill tank reserves 3.0 million gallons of treated drinking water.
The Mill Street Tank was cleaned, sandblasted down to the metal inside and out, had minor repairs, and primed and painted inside and out. The Mill Street tank reserves 2.0 million gallons of treated drinking water.
The Halls Hill Tank was cleaned, primed, and painted. There were repairs made to concrete the interior and exterior. A new ladder and platform were added. The Halls Hill tank reserves 3.0 million gallons of treated drinking water.