Garver recognized by ENR as leading aviation design firm
For more than six decades, Garver’s team of expert aviation personnel has been providing innovative solutions to increase the efficiency and safety of airports across the country. The company’s growth into one of the leading aviation consultants has now been backed for a fourth time in the last five years by its appearance on Engineering News-Record’s annual list of top aviation firms.
Garver came in at No. 21 on the annual list, which tracks revenue earned from airport projects over the previous year.
“Our team has been strategically built so that our best people are working daily with the best clients. Cultivating those trusted relationships is more important now than ever,” said Garver Aviation Director Mike Griffin, PE. “We appreciate the airports we’ve partnered with over the years, and we look forward to accommodating their needs, both now and well into the future.”
Today, more than 90 aviation-specific engineers, designers, and planners collaborate with Garver experts across various disciplines to deliver designs for improved runways, taxiways, electrical systems, and landside facilities, as well as provide long-term planning efforts.
Successful and ongoing high-profile projects include the continuation of airside civil design for the Kansas City International Airport’s new terminal facility, a major taxiway rehabilitation project at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, the extension of Taxiway Golf at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, and a $220 million extension of Runway 2L at Nashville International Airport.
Garver also came in at No. 46 on ENR’s list of top transportation consultants and in April was named ENR Texas & Louisiana’s Design Firm of the Year.
To learn more about Garver’s Aviation Team, visit our Aviation services page.