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  • Walker Partners Chemical Treatment Station being used at Cedar Park Water Treatment Plant to Battle Zebra Mussels

    Round Rock City Council approves cost share for zebra mussel control in Lake TravisThe Round Rock City Council approved a cost-sharing agreement Thursday night to combat zebra mussels in Lake Travis.The $1.3 million project aims to reduce zebra mussels at the lake through a jointly owned and operated chemical treatment station designed by Walker Partners within a water treatment plant in Cedar Park.The fast-reproducing mollusks were found in Lake Travis approximately 10 months ago, posing a thre...  Read More.

  • How Walker Partners is Helping Battle Zebra Mussels

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  • Walker Partners Interview: Helping Texas Stop Zebra Mussels from Jeopardizing Drinking Water

    CEDAR PARK, Texas (KXAN) - Lurking beneath the waters of Lake Travis are thousands of zebra mussels."You're going to notice them more and more," said Aaron Archer, client manager with engineering firm Walker Partners.The Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority, Cedar Park, Leander and Round Rock are working with the firm to design a chemical treatment station at the Cedar Park Water Treatment Plant, to prevent mussels from sticking to and clogging three floating water intakes on La...  Read More.

  • Meet the Team at our New Bryan/College Station Office

    With more than 25 years of civil engineering experience, Alan Munger joins the Walker Partners Team as Manager of our new Bryan/College Station office. Originally from Houston, Alan graduated from Texas A&M in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. After studying several areas of specialty within Civil Engineering, he quickly found that providing transportation solutions was the area of his greatest passion and the area where he felt he could best serve the citizens of Texas.  Read More.

  • Hey College Grads, Now is a Great Time to be in Waco!

    A new college graduate would find in Waco a vibrant downtown, almost 400 restaurants and a diverse list of manufacturing employers — factors that contribute to making it the fourth-best destination for those receiving their degrees among 204 midsize cities nationally.

    That’s according to onlinedegrees.com, which placed Waco only behind Fayetteville, Arkansas; Lexington, Kentucky; and Amarillo on its list of communities with the best combination of lifestyle and opportunity.  Read More.

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