Garver’s Water Design Centers (WDC) are where academia meets industry and where research meets application. Staffed with multi-disciplined engineers, scientists, designers, and technicians, Garver’s WDCs provide high-performance teams for technical expertise in all project areas to successfully deliver sound solutions and customized quality designs.
These WDCs were created to bring together every unique discipline necessary to design custom solutions for water and wastewater treatment facilities and related infrastructure, including civil, environmental, process, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, controls, construction, applications, and operations. Having a focused team with in-person collaboration using the latest 3D and 4D BIM software leads to more efficient delivery, shorter design schedules, and lower change order percentages.
Our WDCs also invest in strategic relationships with local universities, such as the University of Arkansas College of Engineering. This relationship has resulted in work such as the National Science Foundation’s Membrane, Science, Engineering and Technology (MAST) Center, a multi-campus collaboration between several institutions that focuses on developing materials for energy production, water treatment, pharmaceutical purification, and chemical processing. Our three design centers remain ready to deliver the highest quality deliverables to our clients for your next project.