In 1975, Stephen Smith left a research position at Colorado State University to pursue an interest in water. His degrees and research post in agricultural engineering, coupled with an itch to apply engineering principles to enhance the beauty of the land, led him to irrigation. His challenge? Take the principles of irrigation for agriculture and turn them into solutions for urban irrigation. His discovery? A niche. The result?
Aqua Engineering, Inc.
The company began by designing irrigation systems for commercial projects and small parks, and soon built an expertise by understanding the practical, down-to-earth realities. Within five years, Aqua Engineering was designing irrigation systems not only in Colorado, California, and Texas, but as far away as Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar.
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