Dutchland recently completed construction of the Jenners Crossroads water storage tank in Somerset, PA. The 1 MG potable water storage tank has 35-ft walls and an inside diameter of 73-ft. The tank is centrally located along the Somerset County Water System – Quemahoning water line that extends from the Quemahoning Reservoir to the Borough of Somerset and will be used for future development as well as system redundancy.

Jenners Crossroads represents the third project that Dutchland has built for the Somerset County General Authority. Dutchland has also constructed tanks for the Lincoln Township Municipal Authority and the Somerset Township Municipal Authority, both municipalities are customers of the Quemahoning water line. Mike Lear, Project Manager at Somerset Planning & Engineering Services, remarked that working with Dutchland is always an enjoyable experience. He states, “Somerset and Dutchland have a great working relationship. Dutchland is always very responsive and we appreciate the durability of precast concrete tanks.”

Check out David Godin’s video of Dutchland’s installation of the Jenners Crossroads tank using the link below: