McCoy selected to Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
As a recent selection to the 2020 Class of the Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Garver Transportation Project Manager Kathryn McCoy will have a chance to assist the nearly two-decade old organization’s efforts in boosting the University of Arkansas’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
As a member, McCoy will help fulfill Academy objectives that include strengthening the dedication of students to biological and agricultural engineering, recognizing distinguished department graduates, and provide advisory guidance and counsel to the department. She’ll be recognized during an April ceremony in Fayetteville.
“The University of Arkansas College of Engineering, and the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, has been so critical to the careers enjoyed by me and several of my Garver colleagues,” McCoy said. “To help it continue to be so beneficial to students is a true honor, and I can’t wait to get started.”
Before joining Garver, McCoy earned two degrees from the university, a Bachelor of Science in biological engineering and a Master of Science in civil engineering.
McCoy, who works in Garver's North Little Rock office, specializes in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and analysis, working on one- and two-dimensional hydraulic analysis of streams for a variety of projects ranging from roadway and bridge replacements to airport drainage studies. She is also a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) and provides expertise on FEMA floodplain regulations and mapping.
McCoy joins two Garver colleagues in being selected to the academy. Garver Water Implementation Leader Kyle Kruger was part of the 2018 class, and Water Project Manager Rusty Tate was selected in 2019.
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