From office buildings and corporate headquarters to mixed-use facilities and parking structures, Garver's Buildings Team has a long tradition of designing commercial buildings that break new ground.
The new district headquarters provides the Texas Department of Transportation Paris District with a new site and 120,000 square feet of new office, lab, vehicle maintenance, shop, warehouse, and storage facilities.
Garver walked a LEED mile in the shoes of a project owner. Garver's three-story corporate office in North Little Rock, Ark., achieved a LEED silver rating.
Diverse experience in building and non-building design including new facilities and major structural renovations.
Efficient and maintainable heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system designs for indoor air quality and thermal comfort.
Lighting, lightning protection and grounding systems, power distribution, and emergency power generation systems design.
Designs for safe and efficient water, sewer, and gas distribution systems.
Fire detection, fire alarm, mass notification, and fire suppression systems to enhance safety, reliability, and property preservation.
Communication, audio visual, and security system designs.
Third-party reporting to make sure a project meets an owners specifications from pre-design through construction.
LEED consulting, guiding principles consulting, energy modeling, and life cycle cost analysis for new and existing buildings.
Supporting our contractor partners as the Designer of Record for federal design-build projects.
Site development services, including utility coordination during survey, design, and construction phases.
All aspects of planning and design of the outdoor environment to enhance buildings, pedestrian trails, and more.
Master planning and land-use planning includes assessing existing facilities, conducting feasibility studies, and planning for future requirements.