Spirit of Garver Award finalists announced
Garver has been celebrating a century of delivering innovative infrastructure solutions throughout 2019, a benchmark that would not have been possible without dedicated employees spread across the country. Nearly 700 employees based in more than 30 offices in 12 states better communities each day with improved aviation, construction, facilities design, federal, power, transportation, survey, and water projects.
Each year, the best of Garver's technical and administrative employees are honored with a Spirit of Garver Award, the company’s highest employee honor given to those who exhibit a passion for their profession and a dedication for upholding Garver’s values.
Employees are nominated by colleagues, finalists are selected by a committee of company leaders, and winners will be announced at Garver Summit in October.
This year’s finalists are:
Nick Braddy is a Transportation Project Manager in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Deb Bridges is Garver’s People Services Benefits Manager in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Jordan Culver is an Aviation Project Manager in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Ernie Flores is a Texas Water Infrastructure Design Team Leader in Harlingen, Texas.
Chris Gambill is a Construction Inspector in Oklahoma City.
Daniel Goad is a Transportation Project Manager in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Whitney Gorsegner is Garver’s Wellness Coordinator in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Derrik Miller is a Water Technician in Norman, Oklahoma.
Aimee Schroller is a Senior Transportation Project Manager in San Antonio.
Anita Smith is Garver’s Public Relations Manager in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Greg Thomas is an Aviation Project Engineer in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Alicia Wagoner is an Administrative Assistant in Kansas City, Missouri.