Deemed Expert Water Resource Managers, we are a team of experts in water, agronomy, engineering and technology that help envision water sources that are not readily identified; plan, construct and operate alternative water systems that supply industry leading developments commercial irrigation systems; manage water quality and landscape irrigation water scheduling to protect and preserve our water resources. Our team has a deep passion for cultivating our land, stewarding life-giving resources, and maintaining healthy bio-filtering landscapes.
The Company operating divisions include, Design and Engineering; Construction Management; Wet Utility Construction; Pump Services; Water Management; Water Quality and Nutrition; Irrigation Inspection, GIS Mapping, and Maintenance.
WaterCentric is a joint venture partner with Houston-based Crosstimbers Capital Group ownership of Goodwell Water LLC. Goodwell Water was formed, and private equity funded to develop, to own and operate non-potable alternative water systems (AWS) in Texas. The JV receives commercial real estate developers of additional sunk capital investment in alternative water system infrastructure and long-term management and maintenance responsibilities. Currently, there are three active AWS installation in progress within a 5-mile radius of Anna, TX.
Since its inception, WaterCentric has served many of the top real estate developers and owners including Billingsley Company, Centurion American, Ridge Development/ Transwestern Property Company, City of Glendale Arizona, Denton County Freshwater Supply District 1A, Pulte Land Group, Capital One, Stream Realty.
The Company currently employees 35 in Texas and 2 in Arizona with additional planned hires as the JV expands operations in North Texas.
Goodwell Water has partnered with WaterCentric to develop, build, and operate alternative water systems throughout the State of Texas. WaterCentric brings decades of experience and capability in the development and management of alternative water resources with zero upfront costs to developers, raw water pricing through construction and deep discounts compared to potable rates for years post development with holdings in regulated and non-regulated utilities.