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Careers at Walker

For 58 years, Walker has been providing quality consulting and design services on some of the most recognizable projects in the world.

We couldn’t have done so without a qualified and dedicated employee base.

We believe that in addition to working on exciting and unique projects, our employees should have a stake in the company they work for.  That is why, since 1983, Walker has remained 100% employee owned.  You will be part of a team, working side-by-side with industry experts that will set industry standards and establish protocols that others will follow.

A Look Inside Walker Consultants


Build Your Career

Your entrepreneurial spirit is welcomed. As an employee-owned firm we encourage you to express your creativity; we won’t stifle it.

As a market leader, we are involved in many of the world’s iconic and complex developments. Our staff of professionals thrive on the challenges involved in planning, design, consulting and forensic  restoration, all the while developing solutions to our clients’ most perplexing problems.

As you work alongside the experts, you will have the opportunity to grow in your career, make an impact on the projects you work on, and fine-tune your skills.

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