Summebridge at RockLedge is a 32-acre multi-family housing community featuring 298 one, two, and three bedroom resort style apartments in South Middleton Township. This project is particularly unique in its utilization of solar energy. Each building is equipped with solar collector fields that supply power to every mechanical aspect of the residences. The collected solar energy is also used for street lighting and public power consumption.
The project site was located in a wellhead protection zone which required creative stormwater management solutions. Our team of landscape architects and civil engineers worked together to design a number of stormwater best management practices such as retention basins, water quality basins, rain gardens, and sub-surface detention throughout the entire project. These systems are planted with native vegetation dramatically increasing the bio-diversity of the site and enhancing the look and feel of the community.