Recognised as a leader in delivering large scale water storage infrastructure to some of the largest and most complex construction projects ever undertaken in Australia
Pioneer Water Tanks manufactures and constructs tanks from 6 thousand to 10 million litres capacity, designed by our in-house engineers.
We are an entirely Australian owned Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Management (EPCM) company.
Any Pioneer Water Tank can be designed to suit earthquake zones, cyclonic regions, heavy industrial or highly specialised environments, with a design life of 25 years.
Servicing the fire protection industry in Australia and overseas.
Water Tank Applications
Raw Water Tanks
Fire Water Tanks
Potable Water Tanks
Sewage Water Tanks
Process Water Tanks
Inspections & Maintenance
Maintaining your water asset is critical to maximising performance and ensuring optimal service life.
Pilbara (Western Australia) Mine Site
This mine site in the Pilbara had full EPCM services provided by Pioneer. Decommissioned existing fire services, temporary bypass. Dismantled and disposed of existing tanks. Constructed new tanks and installed new pipework, and recommissioned fire services.
Water and Waste Water Capacity Upgrade
A total of eight tanks, both ground and elevated were engineered, manufactured and constructed by Pioneer Water Tanks, across five remote communities.
Re-engineering our self supporting roof truss system to comply with our client's specifications, changing from an industry standard design square hollow section (SHS) truss to a custom designed rolled angle truss.
Northern Territory Remote Community:
Pioneer supplied and installed 315kL of potable water storage to a remote community in the Northern Territory.
The modular design of our water tanks allows for easy transportation and installation in remote locations anywhere in the world.
The team at Pioneer Water Tanks specialise in delivering mining industry compliant staircases and AS1657 conforming ladder systems that adhere to the specifications of all major industries.