Young's career has been a testament to his adaptability and commitment to making a difference. His work primarily revolves around water and wastewater projects, where he has established strong connections with clients throughout the Carolinas.
Operations Specialist Ronnie Graves was presented the award for his more than half a century of dedication to Oklahoma water and wastewater infrastructure.
The Behind-the-Scenes Operators initiative tells the stories of the water and wastewater operators who, despite the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, have worked tirelessly to supply our communities with clean, reliable water when they needed it most.
Jeff Sober, PE, will lead a Garver's team consisting of 200 professionals leading the delivery of custom designs for water, wastewater, and advanced treatment facilities and related infrastructure.
Garver's work helped the City of Del City, Oklahoma upgrade its aging wastewater treatment plant and processes, while also helping it save $1.2 million.
Operations Specialist Gary Sober earned one of the industry's highest honors when he was named a Water Environment Federation Fellow
Garver ranks No. 147 on ENR's Top 200 Environmental Firms, a jump of more than 30 spots on the annual list that tracks percentage of gross revenue reported from environmental services.
Garver, the University of Arkansas, and the City of Norman, Oklahoma are teaming up to research resource recovery at Lake Thunderbird in Oklahoma.
Prerecorded webinars delivered by Garver water experts touching on various topics critical to the water and wastewater industry are available now on the AZ Water Association's website.
Water professionals from across the country aren’t gathering in person for the nation’s largest regional water conference this year, but Garver’s leading water experts are still discussing the issues that matter the most to the water and wastewater industry.