When it comes to power and energy projects, Tindall supplies the power of precast concrete alongside the reliability and energy of our expert team.
When it comes to power and energy, Tindall supplies precast concrete products to the nuclear industry through our independent ASME NQA-1 program. This expands supply chain capability to organizations like ours who are committed to providing the high-quality products and services necessary for this type of construction. By complying with these standards, quality assurance requirements are guaranteed when using Tindall precast concrete elements.
Since all Tindall products are manufactured and monitored in a controlled factory environment for complete traceability, the on-site headaches and liabilities associated with cast-in-place systems are eliminated. Plus, Tindall provides custom precast solutions to satisfy any design criteria.
Specialized Precast Trench Solutions
Electrical Duct Solutions
Tindall Special Structures
Here, Tindall utilized electrical vaults, junction boxes, modular ash silo vaults, and sump vaults, also resolving a transformer firewall system challenge for Shaw Power.Discover
Tindall created an addition to this 50’-tall, 275’-diameter cooling tower from the 1990s, converting the original prototype to prestressed reinforcing and updating it to meet current code requirements.Discover
When an existing stream cut through the middle of a proposed landfill site, the owner and contractor turned to Tindall to house the re-routed stream in a 2-piece box culvert.
Featuring a row of 14 cooling towers, each served by a 36'-diameter fan, the towers showcase Tindall's custom design for specific projects.
Tindall partnered with CB&I to provide transformer firewalls for Indianapolis Power & Light, utilizing our value engineered layout of columns and wall panels.
The scope of Tindall’s work on this project is highlighted by the design, manufacturing, delivery, and erection of four cooling towers, each standing 68 feet tall and 290 feet in diameter — equaling a staggering 220,000 square feet apiece.
For Duke Energy’s new combined cycle power plants, Tindall provided electrical manholes, vaults, and Tindall-designed transformer firewalls and columns — all while staying under budget and on time.
Tindall and long-time partner,Fluor, provided a variety of pieces for this project, including vaults and a design/build trench.