Storage Tanks & Pressure Vessel Products
As a leader in industrial and water storage for more than a century, McDermott has the most extensive global experience of any tank construction company in the industry, having built in excess of 46,000 storage structures in more than 100 countries on all seven continents.
Our storage solutions for the oil and gas, power, water and wastewater, and metals and mining industries include:
- Atmospheric and ambient temperature storage tanks
- Storage terminals for bulk liquids and refrigerated products
- Low temperature and cryogenic storage systems
- Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) storage
- Pressure spheres
- Chilled water Thermal Energy Storage (TES) tanks
- Water storage tanks
For more than a century, McDermott has delivered innovative solutions for storing products at ambient temperatures. We have more atmospheric storage tank experience than any other organization in the world, having designed and built more than 30,000 tanks in more than 100 countries.
McDermott offers design and construction services for terminals that handle a wide variety of liquids, including refined products, crude oil, chemicals and bulk fuels.
McDermott has designed and built refrigerated and cryogenic storage systems for liquefied gases for more than 50 years. Over this period, we've delivered nearly 1,000 refrigerated storage tanks and spheres and more than 150 turnkey design-build liquefied gas storage terminals around the globe.
We built the world’s first Hortonsphere® pressure vessel in 1923, and our experience in providing this storage solution is unmatched even today. We’ve built more than 3,500 spheres worldwide.
CB&I Strata-Therm® thermal energy storage (TES) tanks are used around the world by schools, hospitals, businesses, mission critical facilities, gas turbine power plants and other facilities that circulate chilled water to provide air conditioning. Over the past 35 years, we've installed more than 240 TES systems ranging in capacity from 400 ton-hours to the world's largest TES system with a capacity of 160,000 ton-hours.
McDermott has the capability to design, fabricate and construct virtually any large, metal structure known as a specialty structure. Materials of construction include carbon steel, stainless steel, alloys, clad, aluminum and other metallic materials.