Dollerschell to lead Garver's Arkansas Water Team
To continue a long-standing history of providing water and wastewater infrastructure improvements to all corners of Arkansas, Garver has named Joe Dollerschell its new Arkansas Water Team Leader.
Dollerschell, based in Garver’s Fayetteville, Arkansas office, has more than three decades of experience as a civil and environmental engineer while managing multi-million-dollar projects involving water distribution and treatment facilities, pump stations, storm and sanitary sewers, wastewater treatment facilities, and biosolids handling facilities. As Arkansas Water Team Leader, Dollerschell will be in charge of a diverse team of engineers, designers, and technicians who will deliver water system improvements to Arkansas clients. Dollerschell will work with Garver’s Fayetteville-based Water Design Center, which has formed a strategic relationship with the University of Arkansas College of Engineering that has led to admission into the National Science Foundation’s Membrane, Science, Engineering and Technology program.
“Garver has a long history in this state – and we’re proud of that – but we recognize even the clients we’ve served since the beginning are now facing modern problems in a rapidly changing era,” said Garver Water Services Leader Steve Jones. “Our job is to invest in the research to stay ahead of the change and develop solutions that will last.”
“We’re already changing the world in places like Springdale, Conway, and Siloam Springs, where we’ve implemented enhanced nutrient removal processes to meet and exceed discharge standards,” Dollerschell said. “I want to build on the innovative services Garver has provided and expand them to reach even more of Arkansas’s communities.”
Garver has provided water infrastructure improvements for more than six decades, and has recently worked with clients like the Little Rock Reclamation Authority and Central Arkansas Water, and also with municipalities like Bentonville, Conway, Fayetteville, Hot Springs, Rogers, Russellville, and Springdale. Garver led the design of the Tupelo Bayou Wastewater Treatment Plant, a 16 million gallons per day facility that utilizes an activated sludge process in Conway, Arkansas; as well as the development of a Springdale Water Utilities master plan that included capital improvement projects that reduced operating costs.
To learn more about what Garver's Water Team can do for you, visit our Water Services page.