Tuesday, June 7, 2011

IQ Volume 3 Issue 2

The newest issue of Garver's IQ newsletter will hit the streets soon. This edition features:

A Complete Retrofit. Claremore, Oklahoma has upgraded its wastewater treatment plant and now uses a different treatment process to produce higher quality effluent. The conversion to an advanced activated sludge treatment process with BNR capabilities has increased future treatment capacity within the facility's footprint and integrated advanced technologies.

Artistic Security. Tinker Air Force Base is Oklahoma's largest single-site employer. Much of the traffic now flows through the base's revitalized front entrance. To create a new doorway that meets protection standards and incorporates aesthetic features, the improvement project required an extensive engineering effort.

Turning Open Fields into Airfields. Over the past decade, Garver has helped plan and design eight new airports in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Widened for Comfort. Mount Comfort Road, a minor arterial street in Fayetteville, Arkansas, now provides a smoother, less congested commute to nearby Interstate 540. A widening project expanded the road to four lanes and incorporated sidewalks, bike lanes, drainage upgrades, turning lanes, and intersection realignments.

Water Reuse. Membrane filtration can provide municipalities with profitable wastewater effluent.

Watch your mailboxes for this issue or read past issues on our Website.

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