Garver appears on ENR Top 200 Environmental Firms list
Garver has been helping cities and states navigate environmental-related regulatory, capacity, and rehabilitation projects for decades. Now, with an expanded Transportation Planning & Environmental Team, along with a Water Team growing an already vast presence throughout Texas and the West, the firm is counted among the largest in the country providing environmental services.
For the first time, Garver has been included among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms, an annual list published earlier this month based on revenue made from environmental services during the previous year.
“Our team has been strategically built to better accommodate the growing needs of all existing and future clients,” said Transportation Planning & Environmental Team Leader Wendy Travis. “Our daily goal will continue to be making the transition from the planning and environmental process into the next phase of project development as easy as possible for them.”
Garver’s Transportation Planning & Environmental Team recently expanded its roster of experts with new staff in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas, leading to enhanced relationships with departments of transportations in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. The new staff added expertise in biological analysis, noise and air quality analysis, and geographic information systems.
Garver’s Water Team, which specializes in water resources, supply, development, water treatment, distribution systems, wastewater treatment, and collections, has contributed to environmental services by expanding the existing presence and capabilities in Arizona, Colorado, and Texas. Over the past five years, Garver’s Water Team has doubled in size and has recently opened offices in College Station and El Paso, Texas; Denver, and Phoenix.
"We have a strategic investment in our Water Technology Team, which is staffed with leading experts who focus on critical industry market needs,” said Texas and West Region Water Director Jeff Sober. “These market areas, such as water supply, including water reuse and wastewater treatment nutrient removal, are driving our westward expansion.”
To learn more about Garver’s Transportation Planning & Environmental Team and Water Team, visit our services page.