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Water tower works

  • Dour Shriner, left, and Mike During, who work for Thielsch Engineering in Cranston, R.I., return to the ground in a lift after working on a water tower Tuesday on Orchard Hill at the University of Massachusetts. Accoring to Shriner, the project manager, renovations include three safety railings, a new manway, immobilizing the revolving ladder and upgrading the tank. It will also be painted with primer, two intermediate coats of paint, and a final coat. Upon completion, which is estimated to take about 10 days, the tower will meet American Water Works Association standards.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Dour Shriner, left, and Mike During, who work for Thielsch Engineering in Cranston, R.I., return to the ground in a lift after working on a water tower Tuesday on Orchard Hill at the University of Massachusetts. Accoring to Shriner, the project manager, renovations include three safety railings, a new manway, immobilizing the revolving ladder and upgrading the tank. It will also be painted with primer, two intermediate coats of paint, and a final coat. Upon completion, which is estimated to take about 10 days, the tower will meet American Water Works Association standards.
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  • Mike During, who works for Thielsch Engineering in Cranston, R.I., welds a safety railing on a water tower on Orchard Hill at the University of Massachusetts Tuesday. Two other safety railings are being installed on the tower and other renovations include a new manway, immobilizing the revolving ladder and upgrading the tank. It will also be painted with primer, two intermediate coats of paint, and a final coat. Upon completion, which is estimated to take about 10 days, the tower will meet American Water Works Association standards.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Mike During, who works for Thielsch Engineering in Cranston, R.I., welds a safety railing on a water tower on Orchard Hill at the University of Massachusetts Tuesday. Two other safety railings are being installed on the tower and other renovations include a new manway, immobilizing the revolving ladder and upgrading the tank. It will also be painted with primer, two intermediate coats of paint, and a final coat. Upon completion, which is estimated to take about 10 days, the tower will meet American Water Works Association standards.
    JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Dour Shriner, left, and Mike During, who work for Thielsch Engineering in Cranston, R.I., return to the ground in a lift after working on a water tower Tuesday on Orchard Hill at the University of Massachusetts. Accoring to Shriner, the project manager, renovations include three safety railings, a new manway, immobilizing the revolving ladder and upgrading the tank. It will also be painted with primer, two intermediate coats of paint, and a final coat. Upon completion, which is estimated to take about 10 days, the tower will meet American Water Works Association standards.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Mike During, who works for Thielsch Engineering in Cranston, R.I., welds a safety railing on a water tower on Orchard Hill at the University of Massachusetts Tuesday. Two other safety railings are being installed on the tower and other renovations include a new manway, immobilizing the revolving ladder and upgrading the tank. It will also be painted with primer, two intermediate coats of paint, and a final coat. Upon completion, which is estimated to take about 10 days, the tower will meet American Water Works Association standards.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

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