Garver improves to No. 106 on ENR Top 500 Design Firms list
Thanks to a willingness to adopt to the slew of new technology that kept its people and clients connected during the uncertainty of the last year, Garver was quick to adapt during a period of rapid change. And as this year’s Top 500 Design Firms list suggests, those efforts haven’t gone unnoticed.
This year, Garver sits at No. 106 on the annual list published by the Engineering News-Record, having jumped 16 spots since last year and leapfrogged some 60 spots up the list since 2017.
The biggest reason for such a jump, as President and CEO Brock Hoskins notes in an accompanying article, is the people who uplift communities across the country with innovative infrastructure solutions.
“Our people have a passion for excellence, are driven by the willingness to perform and want to earn and maintain the role of being each client’s most trusted advisor,” Hoskins told the magazine.
Another reason for this advancement figures prominently into the accompanying ENR article, in which Garver Director of Transportation Jerry Holder is quoted at length about the importance of adapting to the new environment.
“This has been one of the fastest technology transfers in my career,” Holder told ENR.
Over the last year, Garver has grown to include 34 offices and more than 800 employees working with communities across the country to deliver aviation, construction, facilities design, federal, survey, transportation, and water services.
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