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Irrigation Systems
Storm Water Management Systems

Planned Communities

Aqua Mist has been brought in as a Design / Build Consultant by the Land Development Teams of the Top Premier National and Top Regional Builders for our experience and expertise in planning and developing the Post Construction Stormwater Management Systems and its seamless integration with the Landscape Irrigation System for the overall benefit of their planned communities.

Utilizing the latest technological advances with pump stations and the communication between the Central Control Operating systems and the sensors monitoring the pond levels as well as monitoring the flow of potable water when required.

Notable Landscape Irrigation Completed Communities:

Pulte Homes: K Hovnanian:
Reserve at Wanaque 4 Seasons at Farmington
River Point 4 Seasons at Great Notch
Tall Oaks Doylestown Greene
Willow Run Reserve at Montvale
Rocky Brook Hilltop at Essex
Liberty Square Residences at Columbia Park

Toll Brothers:
Regency at Readington
Enclave at Long Valley

Landscape Irrigation System Currently under Construction:
Creekside at Hunterdon – Pulte Homes
The Green at Florham Park – Pulte Homes
Livingston Square – Pulte Homes
Regency at Flanders – Toll Brothers
Reserve at Franklin Lakes – Toll Brothers
Village Springs, Montvale – Toll Brothers
Fairways at Edgewood – Toll Brothers
Rock Pointe – KRE

PSCM / Irrigation System Completed Communities:
4 Seasons at Farmington – K Hovnanian
Parkland View – KRE
Madison Farms – KRE
Spring View – KRE
Stone Mill at Hunterdon Valley – Toll Brothers
PCSM / Irrigation System Currently under Construction:
Regency at South Whitehall – Toll Brothers
Regency at Creekside Meadows – Toll Brothers
Lehigh Hills – KRE
Hamilton Walk- D.R. Horton

Blending these BMP’s into development plans can contribute to the desirability of a community. It impacts the environmental health, and the quality of life of its residents. Longer term they sustain their stormwater management capacity with reduced operation and management costs.

Reliance on infiltration, evaporation and transpiration of precipitation close to where it falls assists in maintaining a more natural and functional landscape.