Mr. Garman’s engineering career in the design and construction of public and private projects spans over 30 years. An experienced project manager who coordinates the needs of his clients and their projects with the activities of design engineers and drafters, he is fully conversant with the regulations and requirements of local, regional and state agencies. In addition to project design, Mr. Garman has served as the engineer to multiple municipal planning commissions, governing bodies and authorities, representing their interests through his engineering knowledge, providing reviews, and offering other services.
Throughout the course of his career, Mr. Garman has been responsible for a number of Infiltration & Inflow (I&I) studies. These included studies for the Borough of South Williamsport, Macungie Borough, Upper Macungie Township Authority and the Authority of the Borough of Jim Thorpe. Studies involved the monitoring of flow meters TV inspections and manhole inspections. As the municipal engineer for Alpha Borough, NJ he developed a scope for an I&I study and supervised the work of the engineering consultant.
In 2008 the National Society of Professional Engineers recognized Mr. Garman as a Fellow, an honor accorded to engineers who demonstrate outstanding service to their profession, community and the society.
In 2015 he was appointed to serve on the engineering committee of the Western Lehigh County Sewer Partnerships which is working to comply with an administrative order from the USEPA concerning sewage overflows in the City of Allentown/Lehigh County sewer systems. Mr. Garman is a company shareholder.
B.S. Water Resources Engineering Technology, Pennsylvania State University, Capital Campus
Associate Degree, Nuclear Engineering Technology, Pennsylvania State University, Altoona Campus
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