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.
Garver is expanding its footprint in Texas with the opening of an office in downtown Tyler. This expansion establishes a permanent presence for Garver in East Texas, continuing its legacy of service to regional clients and showcasing the firm’s commitment to local communities.
Garver is expanding its footprint east, opening its fourth Water Design Center (WDC) in Greenville, South Carolina. Using advanced tools and technology, this strategic hub of multidisciplined engineers, scientists, designers, and technicians will address water and wastewater challenges across the region.
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.
Oklahoma Water Team Leader Mary Elizabeth Mach, PE, joins a group of professionals from various industry sectors who demonstrate leadership, success, and a care for their communities.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Enid Kaw Lake Water Supply Program, a milestone approval meaning the program has taken the next significant step toward starting construction.
A partnership between Garver and Cabbiness Engineering will combine a staff of local experts with Garver's national presence, consisting of more than 800 employees, nearly 100 of which are based in Oklahoma.
Garver boasts 11 experts who have earned three distinguished NASSCO certifications – the Pipeline Assessment Certification Program, the Lateral Assessment Program, and the Manhole Assessment Certification Program.
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.