Water Tower Cell Site Concealment

By January 2, 2019Telecom
Water Tower Cell Site Concealment

Several years ago Peabody Engineering delivered two amazing Water Tower Cell Site Concealments to the Piedras Blancas Light Station in San Simeon, California. The PBLSA requested that Peabody create a replica of the original wooden water tower that once stood at the light station which was originally constructed in 1908.

The contractor hired to build the water tower used recycled redwood to construct the two-tiered tower structure. On the first platform they placed the smaller of the two fiberglass water tanks – 9’ tall x 9’ in diameter with an open top – and then continued constructing the tower. When the upper platform was finished, they placed the larger fiberglass water tank on top – 12’ tall x 12’6” in diameter with a fiberglass cover designed to look like an old metal tank lid.

Since the tower construction and tank installation has been completed, we have visited the PBLS and even WE are in awe of how realistic these two replica tanks turned out! We are proud of the design and fabrication of these two tanks and so is our customer.

Next time you’re looking for great weekend getaway, take a trip up the coast and visit this historical location.

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