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Parking Today: The Promise and Challenges of LPR

Interested in learning more about the pros and cons of LPR (License Plate Recognition) technology?  Read Jon Martens, recently published article in...

Promotions

We are very pleased to announce that the Walker Board of Directors and Walker Management recently approved the following promotions: Casey Wagner, PE...

Charlotte Happenings – Exciting New Projects!

There are so many exciting projects coming out of our Charlotte office. Here is glimpse at some of them! East Carolina University Walker is currently working for...

Meet our 2016 40 Under 40 Stars!

WALKER EMPLOYEES HONORED AMONG PARKING INDUSTRY’S MOST INFLUENTIAL YOUNG PROFESSIONALS The National Parking Association Announces its 2016 class of the 40 Under 40 The...

Fix It Friday: DePaul University Asset Management Plan

About DePaul University Founded in 1898, DePaul University has grown to become the nation’s largest Catholic university. DePaul's two main campuses are located in Lincoln...

Fix It Friday: Restoring the Lancaster Building Façade Usin...

Introduction The historic Lancaster Houston Hotel, located in Houston, TX, is a twelve-story structure built in 1926. Originally known as "The Auditorium Hotel,"...

Houston Hype – Walker Opens its Second Office in the B...

Walker is very excited to announce the opening of our second Houston office, home to our fast-growing Walker Restoration Consultants group. The new office is...

Fix It Friday: Duke University Parking Garage II

Walker Restoration Consultants recently did some first aid on the Duke University Parking Garage II in Durham, North Carolina. We're honored to announce that this project won...

Fix It Friday: Saving the "Face" of the Historic B...

Walker Restoration Consultants is in the business of “saving places” and we recently had the opportunity to help save one of downtown...

Fix It Friday: Cobble Hill Towers

Fix It Friday is a new series of posts highlighting work done by Walker Restoration Consultants in honor of its 10th year in...

The Dos and Don’ts of Specifying Expansion Joints in a Str...

Why Use Joints? Because Structures Want to Move! Expansion joints are separations between structures, simply gaps, to allow them to move and reduce stresses...

To Restore or Rebuild, That is the Question:

When the lifecycle curve of a structure starts taking a dramatic turn, an Owner is faced with a decision – to fix...