Garver, students collaborate during Engineers Week
As part of a commitment to contribute to the communities in which our employees live and work, Garver annually takes part in Engineers Week activities across the country. Created by the National Society of Professional Engineers, the week is meant to pass along the necessary principles to students in hopes of cultivating the next generation of engineers.
From Garver’s Frisco, Texas office, Aviation and Water team personnel combined to help put on an event at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. There, Garver employees hosted an airfield taxi simulation activity, which allowed students to learn more about air traffic control and airport operations. In another activity, students learned the lifecycle of clean water while performing hands-on activities that focus on how water engineers clean water and protect the environment.
In North Little Rock, Aviation Project Manager Mary Fair organized a Joint Engineers Luncheon hosted by the Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers, Central Arkansas Chapter, along with five other engineering societies. Fair serves as president of the Central Arkansas Chapter.
Garver is celebrating its centennial year in 2019. To learn more, visit our centennial celebration page.