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    August 3, 2020 | Culture, News, Videos |

    Walker Celebrates 50 Years in the Twin Cities

    Minneapolis skyline

    Walker Consultants is proud to mark 50 years as part of the Twin Cities and the surrounding region. To celebrate, we’ve put together a short video with some of our favorite moments and projects.

    From working with clients around the region on restoration, design, and planning projects, to volunteering our time with local organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Walker’s Minneapolis team of professionals are committed to making the Twin Cities a better place.

    We know these are difficult times, and we’re here to help in any way we can. One example that we can offer is to review and adjust your maintenance priorities to fit a reduced budget.

    No question is too small. Please stay in touch! We look forward to continuing our support within the Twin Cities community.

    Scott Froemming, PE

    Featured Projects

    Sioux Area Metro Transit Station

    Sioux Falls Transit Center Before-After

    Walker was the project manager and engineer for the award-winning rehab of “The Depot,” Sioux Falls’ central transit hub. The renovation improved accessibility and aesthetics while lowering maintenance costs. Read more…

    Wayzata Mill Street Parking Structure

    Mill Street parking structure seen from above

    Walker Consultants provided structural and functional engineering for Wayzata, Minnesota’s first public parking structure. The elegant, compact design fits seamlessly into the town, and a unique structural solution allows it to be tucked into a hillside. Read more…

    University of Minnesota PARCS

    University of Minnesota Parking Ramp

    Walker is advising the University of Minnesota on the replacement of Parking Access Control and Revenue System (PARCS) equipment at 34 locations. Walker’s recommendations will make parking easier for visitors and allow the University to adapt to new technology and trends.

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