Adam White is the Northwest Arkansas and Aviation Design Team Leader at Garver LLC (Fayetteville, Arkansas). Originally from Russellville, AR, Adam received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 2008. After interning for Garver, Adam began his career as an Engineering Intern in Garver’s Aviation Team in 2008. Adam became the leader of Garver’s Northwest Arkansas Aviation practice in 2014, leading Airport projects in Northwest Arkansas, Southeast Missouri, and Southwest Kansas. Adam became a partner at Garver in 2016 and started Garver’s Aviation Design Center in 2017. In addition, Adam serves on the board for Garver’s insurance subsidiary, GCINS, Inc.
Adam has been involved in numerous significant airfield development projects in Arkansas, including projects at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, and Fort Smith Regional Airport. In addition, Adam has worked on projects at some of the largest Airports in the country, including projects at Nashville International Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Tulsa International Airport, and Dallas-Love Field Airport.
Adam is active in professional organizations, including the Arkansas Engineering Early Career Alumni Council, Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers, and Arkansas Council of Engineering Companies. His civic organization involvement includes service on the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Community Foundation, Springdale Rotary Club, and Parish Council for Saint Raphael Catholic Church, where he also teaches Sunday School. He has been married to Stephanie for 5 years and has two sons, Rush (Age 4) and Hoyt (Age 1) and resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas.