Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Co.

The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company was founded in 1902 to supply structural metals, sub-components and water tanks. In 1910, they began to build tractors under subcontracts, including the J.I. Case Company. In 1929, the firm merged with the Moline Implement Company and Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company to create the Minneapolis-Moline Power Implement Company.

Elevated Metal Water Tank, Ironton (Crow Wing County, Minnesota)
Elevated Metal Water Tank, Trommald (Crow Wing County, Minnesota)
Elevated Water Tank, Phillips (Price County, Wisconsin)
Typical "elevated water tank" built by the Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Company.
Rockville Bridge (Washington County, Utah)