Billingsley Company | Coppell, Texas

Water Planning & Engineering | Alternative water source development

Infrastructure development | Pump station management

Full water monitoring | Landscape nutrition management

WaterCentric is proud to be the non-potable irrigation water provider from day one at Cypress Waters. Utilizing a combination of alternative water sources to serve the community has been part of a comprehensive Lifecycle Water Management™ Plan at this award winning corporate campus & mixed-use development community. WaterCentric provides a full array of services to secure a well-managed, sustainable operated, secure water system for this great project.

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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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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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Billingsley Company | The Colony, Texas

Water Planning & Engineering | Alternative Water Source Development | Infrastructure Development | Pump Station Management | Water Monitoring

Landscape Nutrition Management

Billingsley Company’s 1,700 acre “Life Enhancing Community” development
consists of urban residential, retail, commercial office and corporate campus stretches across The Colony, Plano and Carrollton, Texas. The property is bisected by Indian Creek, a major tributary to the Trinity River, which impacts 47% of Texas population.

The Austin Ranch West Sustainable Water Initiative was created to solve the developer’s desire to reduce or eliminate demand on local public potable water supplies needed to maintain 355 acres of planned green space and to also reduce sunk development utility operating costs. A primary task of the initiative was to identify potential alternative water sources and determine the
economic and environmental return on investment (ROI).

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