Garver’s Water Design Center is where academia meets industry and where research meets application. Staffed with in-house engineers, designers, and technicians, Garver’s WDC provides a high-performance team for technical expertise in all areas required to successfully deliver sound solutions and quality designs.
Because of Garver’s working knowledge of applied water/wastewater treatment strategies, and northwest Arkansas presence, a strategic relationship was formed between Garver and the University of Arkansas College of Engineering. This relationship resulted in U of A’s admission to the NSF’s Membrane, Science, Engineering and Technology (MAST) Center, a multi-campus collaboration between several institutions that focuses on developing materials for energy production, water treatment, pharmaceutical purification, and chemical processing.
As water becomes a more precious resource, so does the knowledge and experience of our WDC, staffed with civil, electrical, mechanical, and structural experts to help deliver clean water in a safe, cost-effective way.