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Travis Lowry, TRALOW Imaging | Contributed photo Construction crews lift the one-million gallon capacity bowl to the top of the new Piqua water tower under construction on Fox Drive. The top of the 400,000 pound steel bowl will sit some 180 feet above the ground. The project, which began in December of last year is scheduled to be completed in mid-October.


Travis Lowry, TRALOW Imaging | Contributed photo

Construction crews lift the one-million gallon capacity bowl to the top of the new Piqua water tower under construction on Fox Drive. The top of the 400,000 pound steel bowl will sit some 180 feet above the ground. The project, which began in December of last year is scheduled to be completed in mid-October.

Travis Lowry, TRALOW Imaging | Contributed photo Construction crews lift the one-million gallon capacity bowl to the top of the new Piqua water tower under construction on Fox Drive. The top of the 400,000 pound steel bowl will sit some 180 feet above the ground. The project, which began in December of last year is scheduled to be completed in mid-October.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/08/web1_080917tl_watertower.jpgTravis Lowry, TRALOW Imaging | Contributed photo Construction crews lift the one-million gallon capacity bowl to the top of the new Piqua water tower under construction on Fox Drive. The top of the 400,000 pound steel bowl will sit some 180 feet above the ground. The project, which began in December of last year is scheduled to be completed in mid-October.

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