Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Garver Expands Architectural Reach

Bringing more than 60 years of combined architectural experience to Garver’s Austin, Texas office, architects CJ Galvin, RA, and Joe Orloff, AIA, will relocate from Garver’s North Little Rock, Arkansas office.

“By relocating to Austin,” Joe said, “we’ll be able to deliver personalized, hands-on design and construction phase services to our clients in what has become a fast-growing community in central Texas.”

Garver’s Facilities Design Team is currently working on multiple projects at various military installations in central Texas—Fort Hood, Lackland Air Force Base, Fort Bliss—and has completed projects at Fort Sam Houston, Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Goliad Outlying Field, and the Army Reserve Center in McAllen.

Among other improvements, Garver designed a new 9,900 SF aircraft rescue and firefighting facility at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi

“We appreciate our good relationship with the federal government,” said Facilities Design Director John Watkins. “With an added presence in central Texas, we’ll be able to further those relationships, but also develop relationships with clients outside that sector.”

The Facilities Design Team is also expanding in the North Little Rock office with the hiring of Lee Suggs, PE, as senior mechanical engineer. Lee brings more than 18 years of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning experience to Garver. Lee is an LEED AP BD+C and is knowledgeable in sustainable design strategies, energy modeling, healthcare mechanical design, and Revit.

Discover the additional capabilities of the Facilities Design Team by visiting the Garver website.


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