Finishing touches



Crews are finishing up work on the Plymouth’s newest water tank on the hill off Summit Street on the city’s west side. With the 800,000 gallon tank completed, the outside was painted to resemble columns and landscaping work is now taking place. The bottom portion of the tank will be buried, with about 15 feet left above ground. The new tank - the first the city has built since 1942 - is expected to go into service before winter and, when added to the two existing tanks, will bring the city’s total water storage capacity to nearly 2 million gallons, according to project manager John Grosskreutz of Kapur and Associates. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Crews are finishing up work on the Plymouth’s newest water tank on the hill off Summit Street on the city’s west side. With the 800,000 gallon tank completed, the outside was painted to resemble columns and landscaping work is now taking place. The bottom portion of the tank will be buried, with about 15 feet left above ground. The new tank - the first the city has built since 1942 - is expected to go into service before winter and, when added to the two existing tanks, will bring the city’s total water storage capacity to nearly 2 million gallons, according to project manager John Grosskreutz of Kapur and Associates. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner


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