Friday, May 19, 2017

Garver Publishes IQ Magazine Volume 9, Issue 1



Evolving and Expanding
In nearly a century of doing business, some services at Garver have been mainstays, like superior bridge and roadway design, and unwavering customer relationships. But just as strong is our instinct to evolve.

Fast-Track Lighting Upgrades
With one of three runways already closed for construction, replacing the Runway 4R-22L centerline lights was a critical task considering it would leave the airport with one open runway. Garver was entrusted to complete the repairs under an ambitious timeline needed to minimize impact on airport operations.

Back-to-Back Triple-Lane Roundabouts
New commercial development serves as a boon to any city. But just as important is making sure drivers can easily navigate their way in and out of that space. To accommodate up to 55,000 daily motorists on Highway 286 near I-40 in Conway, Garver created what is believed to be the first back-to-back, triple-lane roundabouts in the United States, which significantly improved the operational performance and safety of the interchange.

Keeping Programs on Task
A publicly-funded highway program that affects almost every corner of a state can be a daunting task. Take the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department’s Connecting Arkansas Program (CAP), a $1.8 billion, 10-year program funded by a voter-approved half-cent sales tax that includes 36 highway projects. Someone has to be behind the scenes keeping track of all the moving parts.

Furthering Expertise
As the newest member of Garver’s rapidly growing Water Technology Team, Dr. John Kabouris will serve as Water Technology Leader with more than two decades of experience in various aspects of environmental engineering.



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