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    Centennial Celebration

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.

100 years, 100 schools.

Garver is marking 100 years of doing business by giving back—through GarverGives—to the communities it serves. To celebrate, 100 schools throughout the company’s 11-state footprint will receive Garver STEM Kits and monetary donations.

We encourage recipient schools to use their kits to create a Rube Goldberg-style chain reaction contraption and submit them to the Garver Chain Reaction Challenge for a chance to win additional funds for their schools’ STEM initiatives.

Through this interactive activity, students will gain a better understanding of STEM concepts, the engineering design process, critical-thinking skills, and the importance of perseverance—and have a lot of fun along the way.

GCRC kick-off in Lawton

GCRC kick-off in Lawton

As part of Garver’s centennial celebration, employees are teaming with 100 schools for the Garver Chain Reaction Challenge. In Lawton, Oklahoma, students created their own Rube Goldberg-style contraptions while learning core concepts like creativity, perseverance, and teamwork.

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A Century in the Making



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