100 years, 100 schools.
When Neal Garver opened a one-person engineering firm in 1919, he sparked a series of events that created a positive, lasting impact on the employees, clients, and countless communities Garver has served over the last 100 years—a chain reaction a century in the making.
To celebrate a century of innovative engineering services, 100 schools received STEM kits and monetary donations from Garver.
Schools were also invited to compete in the Garver Chain Reaction Challenge for a chance to win additional funds for their STEM program by building a Rube Goldberg-style chain reaction machine that accomplishes a menial task in a complicated way.
Congratulations to the #GarverChainReaction Challenge Overall Winners!