December 07, 2020

Garver named a 2020 Top Workplace by The Oklahoman

Garver has been partnering with Oklahomans to deliver the innovative and efficient infrastructure solutions that help its communities grow for almost three decades. Such efforts wouldn’t be possible without a talented and dedicated group of Oklahoma employees providing the varied skills necessary to create and maintain the state’s critical infrastructure.

That’s why Garver takes such pride in creating its award-winning workplace culture, which was again recognized this month by being named a Top Workplace by The Oklahoman. The award, which Garver also earned in 2019, is based on feedback from Garver’s Oklahoma-based employees and was presented to companies throughout the state for their support of a healthy workplace culture.

“This honor is one of our most rewarding because we know how important our employees are to the success of our company and to the impact we have on the state of Oklahoma,” said Garver Transportation Team Leader Brent Schniers, PE. “I’m proud that we’ve earned this award for a second consecutive year because that means we’re continuing to focus on what our employees value the most.”

Garver has been providing multi-disciplined engineering services for more than a century and has been impacting Oklahoma since opening a Tulsa office in 1993. The presence has steadily grown to include offices in Norman and Oklahoma City, and today, almost 100 employees work each day with aviation, construction, environmental, transportation, water, facilities design, and federal clients throughout the state.

Garver’s commitment to providing the best employee experience includes a competitive pay structure and employee benefits, flexible work schedules, professional development resources, a responsive executive leadership, a comprehensive Wellness Program led by a certified nutritionist, and more.

Garver’s infrastructure impact in Oklahoma has included design of the I-244 multimodal bridge in downtown Tulsa, the design of the Gilcrease Expressway in Tulsa, design upgrades for the Norman Water Reclamation Facility, and it is currently providing lead design and program management services for the Enid Kaw Lake Water Supply Program.

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