WHITEWING TRAILS

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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HURRICANE CREEK

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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POLO RIDGE

Mesquite, Texas | Alternative Water System

Design, engineering and construction of a non-potable water extraction, distribution and management system for use in supplying non-potable water to the common area landscape and water amenities of the residential real estate development located in Mesquite, Texas.
The Alternative Water System will provide irrigation to 67-acres of landscape with the use of two existing private ponds, supplemented by diffused surface collection and one Trinity aquifer groundwater well.

 
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PAINTED TREE

Oxland Group | McKinney, Texas | Alternative Water System

For the irrigation of 98.5 acres of landscape we envision the use of one existing NRCS/ Denton County Soil Conservation Service Reservoirs (20 surface acres). The pond will be supplemented primarily by a one new Paluxy groundwater well and diffused surface runoff. The Alternative Water System is designed to be compatible with effluent as it is anticipated these sources will become available in the future.
The Non-Potable System (NPS) has been designed to meet peak irrigation demand (20 MG/Month), in drought conditions with 120-day storage reserve, without ground water make-up. Once the project is complete, the 20-acre pond will collect drainage from approximately 1,150 acres. The well is designed to provide a minimum of 250 GPM (80% capacity) as a replenishment source, supplemental to natural diffused surface collection from engineered drainage.

 
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COLE RANCH

Southridge Park | Southlake, Texas | Alternative Water System

For the irrigation of 92 acres of landscape we envision the use of one existing NRCS/ Denton County Soil Conservation Service Reservoirs (10 surface acres). The SWCD is in the process of transferring all maintenance and remediation sponsorship to the Landowner. The pond will be supplemented primarily by a new Paluxy groundwater well and secondarily by an existing ground water well that is used for gas well fracking on the ranch. Gas well support will dwindle over the next few years. The Alternative Water System is designed to be compatible with effluent as it is anticipated these sources will become available in the future.
The Non-Potable System (NPS) has been designed to meet peak irrigation demand (19.8 MG/Month), in drought conditions with 60-day storage reserve, without ground water make-up. Once Phase 1 is complete, the 10-acre pond will collect drainage from approximately 800 acres. The well is designed to provide a minimum of 250 GPM (80% capacity) as a replenishment source, supplemental to natural diffused surface collection from engineered drainage.

 
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GLENDALE PARKS

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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O'NEILL PARK

 

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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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CAPITAL ONE

JLL | Plano, Texas

Water Planning | Smart Technology Implementation | Water Quality & Nutrition Management | Irrigation System Inspections

WaterCentric has been pleased to work on this beautiful 80-acre corporate campus over the last three years providing a suite of water conservation services.  From design to infrastructure installation and detailed water management, the Capital One campus landscape is increasing in health & vitality. True to form, WaterCentric continues to significantly reduce on-going site operation expenses

 
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CASTLE HILLS

Denton County Fresh Water District | Lewisville, Texas

Water Planning & Engineering | Alternative Water Source Development

Infrastructure development | Pump Station Management | Water Monitoring | Landscape Nutrition Management | Irrigation System Inspections & Repairs

WaterCentric engineers developed an alternative water source plan & reduced community capital expenses by 85% over other proposed solutions.  Following system construction, WaterCentric provides LifeCycle Water Management™ services for the community reducing Community water use by 82% in the hottest, driest summer in North Texas history.  Currently the community enjoys:

  • An annual water savings of over $400,000

  • Fixed budget irrigation repair service reducing operating costs by 60%

  • Smart yard incentive program management to facilitate private residential water conservation

  • Non-potable water utility system management

 
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