Climate Incorporated is a premier manufacturer of Climate Tanks™: stainless steel, glass fused to steel, epoxy coated, weathered finish, and galvanized steel bolted above ground liquid and bulk storage tanks. Based in Hoschton, Georgia in the United States of America. We offer many product categories and services that provide a personalized custom solution to large scale industrial, commercial, residential, and agricultural projects throughout the world. Climate Incorporated is a single point provider for fire water, potable water, process water, agricultural and slurry, waste water, bio energy, dry bulk, frac and mining, industrial liquids, and rainwater harvesting tanks. Our product selection is defined by quality, service, and great pricing.


Our customer base ranges from the world’s largest home improvement retailer, The Home Depot, Cox Enterprises, Coca Cola, Smithsonian Institute, mining and oil companies, municipalities, colleges and local schools, state and local parks and recreation departments, fire stations, storage facilities, plantations and farms, as well as private homeowners. Our clients choose either stainless steel, glass fused to steel, epoxy finish, powder coated, or galvanized tanks for several different types of liquid treatment processes and applications: activated sludge, filtering, sedimentation, chlorine contact, dosing, borehole water, seawater desalination, reverse osmosis, permeate, settling, filtration, disinfection, aeration, coagulation/flocculation; amongst others:

  • Fire water for fire suppression system
  • Cooling Towers
  • Storing of liquids (liquid manure, dung water, salt brine, process and fire water, lime milk, liquid fertilizers and other chemicals within the range of chemical resistance of enamel)
  • Mining and frac
  • Storing of potable domestic or well water ensuring water supply for the public
  • Dry bulk material (grain, limestone, cement, fly ash, carbon black, wood waste, granulated plastics, salt), and possibly fodder (ensilage, haulage, wet grain crops)
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Agricultural
  • Process water
  • Rainwater and stormwater harvesting
  • Irrigation

Project Management

Common responsibilities of a Construction Manager fall into the following 7 categories: Project Management Planning, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Contract Administration, Safety Management, and CM Professional Practice. CM professional practice includes specific activities, such as defining the responsibilities and management structure of the project management team, organizing and leading by implementing project controls, defining roles and responsibilities, developing communication protocols, and identifying elements of project design and construction likely to give rise to disputes and claims.

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