“One of the key components to Garver’s success is our commitment to aligning with the values of our local communities, and this move is simply a reflection of that,” said North Texas Water Project Manager Kory Wilkinson. "I'm excited to extend that initiative to East Texas and play an important role in the growth and development of the region.”
A University of Texas at Tyler graduate, Wilkinson will leverage his familiarity with the area and its many opportunities to grow his team in East Texas.
“Our dedication goes beyond providing infrastructure solutions to clients,” said North Texas Water Facilities Team Leader Justin Rackley. “Garver is deeply invested in the communities we serve.”
The opening of the Tyler location brings the number of Garver offices in Texas to a dozen, strengthening Garver’s presence in the state and widening its sphere of influence. Since opening its first Texas office in Frisco in 2005, Garver has grown across the state, with East Texas being the latest to offer Garver’s nationwide resources and expertise.
“Garver has a long history of serving as a trusted advisor to utilities and municipalities across Texas,” said North Texas Water Team Leader Lance Klement. “Our presence in Tyler just reinforces our commitment to providing the best service possible to our clients in every corner of the state.”