Centurion American | Princeton, TX | Alternative Water System

Our team began work at Whitewing Trails in April 2020. We have installed over 2,000 feet of 12 inch HDPE pipe, set and covered, in addition to over 1,000 feet of 8 inch HDPE pipe. Placed over 1,000 feet of 6 inch electrical conduit for wet well installation and cleared 100,000 square feet of land for new pond.
We continue to safely trench and construct without accidents while encouraging and implementing the WaterCentric safety culture. In the future we forecast a state of the art pump system, pump house construction to execute the Alternative Water System for the completed project

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Centurion American | Anna, Texas | Alternative Water System

The beginning stages of the Alternative Water System for this residential subdivison started in October 2020 by the WaterCentric team. WaterCentric will provide the design, construction, installation and operations of the Alternative Water System for approximately 1,600 residential lots.

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City of Glendale, AZ | Glendale, AZ | Water Management Services

WaterCentric provides continuous Water Management services for 56 city parks in Glendale, Arizona. Phase II began monitoring in April 2020, to date we have saved 31 million gallons of water resulting in $150K in savings for just this year alone.

Irrigation repairs | Regular Park Inspections | Flow Monitoring | Smart Programming | GIS Mapping | Drone Imagery | Irrigation Training City Employees | Monthly Meter Reporting

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CCMC Management | Frisco, Texas | Water Management

Beginning in 2017 our team installed Smart Irrigation Monitoring Systems at the Frisco Lakes community. The water management team provided CCMC with ample savings by managing and regulating irrigated water use. With this savings, CCMC was able to install a new HDPE main water line for the amenities center in 2019 by our teams.

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Hart Arlington TX LLC | Arlington, Texas

This redevelopment project transformed the once Johnson & Johnson Latex glove manufacturing plant into two million feet of Industrial Park with 45 acres of open landscape and green space, plus 10 acres of pond water features. Originally contracted to permit the plugging and closing of 5 Trinity groundwater wells, WaterCentric developed a Master Water Plan incorporating two of the wells into an Alternative Water System capable of supporting the 45 acres of landscape and maintaining the 10 acres of water features.

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