Langhammer, McGarrah inducted into Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering
Langhammer and McGarrah join a group of more than 20 active Garver employees in the AACE, which helps members take on the role of mentors to current students.
For more than two decades, Garver’s Jason Langhammer, PE, and Shannon McGarrah, PE, have been helping their communities move forward with innovative infrastructure designs and construction services solutions. Now, they’ll have a chance to help the coming generations of engineers do the same.
Langhammer, a bridge team leader, and McGarrah, a construction services team leader, were both recently inducted into the 2022 class of the Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering (AACE).
A hands-on supporter of civil engineering students at the university, the AACE helps members take on the role of mentors to current students by hosting events that provide first-hand information on the industry and provide networking opportunities. Over the last year, more than 50 students of the University of Arkansas Department of Civil Engineering were awarded scholarships through the AACE.
Langhammer, a 2001 graduate of the University of Arkansas, has spent more than 15 of his 21 years at Garver in its Tulsa office, working with local, state and federal agencies on some of the most integral transportation projects across the state, including the Gilcrease Expressway, Interstate 244 Multimodal Bridge over the Arkansas River, US-77 over Canadian River, and State Highway 51.
“I’m honored to be included among a group of my peers dedicated to helping the next generation of engineers,” Langhammer said. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without the Department of Civil Engineering, so I’m excited to work with students who are eager to pave their own way in the industry.“
“I wouldn’t be where I am today without the Department of Civil Engineering, so I’m excited to work with students who are eager to pave their own way in the industry.“
Bridge Team Leader
McGarrah, also a 2001 graduate of the University of Arkansas, leads Garver’s Construction Services Team in Oklahoma, providing construction engineering & management, resident engineering, and construction inspection for numerous state and local agencies, as well as Garver’s internal business lines.
“I learned a lot at the University of Arkansas, and I look up to many of those already inducted into the academy,” McGarrah said. “To be included in such a group is truly an honor, and I can’t wait to play some role in the students’ upcoming success.”
“To be included in such a group is truly an honor, and I can’t wait to play some role in the students’ upcoming success.”
Construction Services Team Leader
Langhammer and McGarrah join a group of more than 20 active Garver employees in the AACE, including Transportation Planning and Traffic Team Leader Nicci Tiner, PE, PTOE, who became its president earlier this year.
To learn more about what Garver can do for you, visit our Services page.