Garver Opens San Antonio Office; Eighth Texas Location
SAN ANTONIO, TX Garver announces the opening of its San Antonio, Texas, office, the company's eighth Texas location and twenty-second nationwide.
The office, located at 13750 San Pedro Ave., will primarily serve Garver's aviation, water, and transportation clients in south Texas. It marks Garver's continued extension into Texas, which now includes thriving offices in Athens, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, Houston, and Round Rock.
Aviation Planning Director Tim O'Krongley and Greg Swoboda, a Senior Project Manager on the Water Team, will be among those based in the office. O'Krongley is a former Deputy Aviation Director for the city of San Antonio with 24 years of aviation experience. He will head Garver's Aviation Planning Team.
"Garver has brought a lot of great projects to life in this state," O'Krongley said. "But San Antonio is my home and more than anything, I'm looking forward to the relationships we'll build there and the extraordinary things we can accomplish as a result."
Swoboda will serve as Water Team lead in San Antonio, adding more than 25 years of industry experience to Garver's strong reputation for delivering successful water and wastewater projects in Texas.
"It only makes sense for our rapidly growing company to have a presence in one of the nation's fastest-growing cities," Swoboda said. "We're excited to help San Antonio and south Texas through successful growth by providing it with water and wastewater infrastructure needs."
Garver's Transportation Team will assist the Texas Department of Transportation in key bridge replacement projects in San Antonio, the nation's seventh-largest city, and 11 surrounding counties.
"South Texas is well known for its flash flooding concerns and the stress that heavy rainfall events place on creek and river crossings," said Blake Staton, Garver's local Bridge Team Leader. "We are happy to have the privilege to assist the San Antonio District in improving the region's aging infrastructure to provide safer routes for its residents."