City of Luverne
- 300,000 gallon water storage tank
- 100% solids interior coating and fluoropolymer exterior coating
- Blasting debris and paint containment shroud
- Abatement of exterior lead based paint
- Energy efficient lighting system to illuminate tank logos
- Removal and abatement of lead-based paint
- Intricate logo and logo lighting system design
Water Storage Tank Coating
The City of Luverne, Minnesota owns and operates a water storage tank that was built in 1945. The tank is a riveted style of construction that was built prior to the full implementation of electric-arc welding. Being less than 20 miles away, DGR Engineering made an initial investigative inspection of the existing coatings to determine an appropriate maintenance strategy. A sample of the exterior paint was removed and analyzed for lead content. Test results showed the paint had a lead concentration that would require abatement.
Abatement of the lead based paint was achieved by requiring a lead stabilizing abrasive additive, a containment shroud with air-impenetrable walls, ceiling, and floors, and safe collection and disposal of the contaminated abrasive media.
In addition to containing the removed lead-based paint, the containment shroud prevented blasting media and newly applied paint from drifting off-site to the adjacent residential housing and busy state highway.
- Electrical Power
New Water Treatment Plant
New Water Treatment Plant delivers higher quality and more economical water.
New Water Distribution System
The City’s residents enjoy high quality water that comes to them in a new and reliable distribution system.
Site Development, Utility Improvements
A multi-phase plan for infrastructure projects was developed for the City of Alton.
Health, safety and public welfare were all improved by this project.
DGR engineers helped L&O Power Cooperative improve communications on its electric transmission system using existing transmission lines, fiber and underground fiber line.
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