Bogue Watch Breaks Ground on Membrane Bioreactor Plant

Morehead City, NC, March 30, 2007 --( Jeffrey Milligan, senior vice president of Landquest, has announced that Bogue Watch, a North Carolina Intracoastal Waterway residential community, has broken ground on a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) plant. The water coming from this state-of-the-art facility will be used to fill two ponds on the Bogue Watch property. Engineering firm McKim & Creed and site contractor T.A. Loving Company are working together with Landquest to complete the project, which began in December 2006 and is slated to be complete in November 2007. Bogue Watch is located between Morehead City and Swansboro, six miles east of the intersection of N.C. 24 and N.C. 58. 

“We are looking forward to the completion of the water treatment plant,” said Milligan. “We are proud to be able to offer this environmentally responsible solution to the Bogue Watch residents.”

About Bogue Watch:
With spacious parcels and incredible water access, Bogue Watch offers some of the most beautiful land for sale on the North Carolina coast. Located six miles east of the intersection of N.C. 24 and N.C. 58 between Morehead City and Swansboro, this charming community of 287 homesites has it all: Intracoastal waterfront and water access, amazing Emerald Isle and Bogue Sound views, three private waterfront parks, deep channel entrance, classic North Carolina architectural accents throughout the community, and so much more. With the Intracoastal Waterway, this is the perfect location for a new coastal home or vacation retreat for fishing, boating, and all the benefits of traditional North Carolina waterfront living. To make an appointment, call toll free (866) 432-7084. For more information, visit

Patty Briguglio
MMI Associates, Inc.

Bogue Watch
Patty Briguglio