Walker Partners is Proud to Announce that Aaron Archer, P.E. has Joined the Firm's Austin Office

In the new role of Water/Wastewater Lead, Aaron will oversee the Municipal Water/Wastewater group as a Client Manager. He comes to Walker Partners with 15 years of experience and a strong background in water supply and treatment.

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Aaron earned a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas and a MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of North Carolina. Aaron also serves as the Texas Section AWWA Water Quality and Technology Division Chair.

Aaron has managed high profile raw water supply and drinking water treatment projects for many Central Texas cities including Cedar Park, Round Rock, and Leander. At his previous company, Aaron most recently managed the ongoing design of the 145 million gallon per day Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority deep water intake and pump station at Lake Travis to secure the availability of a reliable water supply during sustained drought conditions.

“Aaron takes ownership of his projects and is genuinely committed to seeing the project through to its successful completion” said Tom Gallier, General Manager for Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority. “He exemplifies the strong leadership qualities and professional integrity necessary to lead project teams in order to deliver the best quality and value for the utility.”

To learn how Aaron can benefit your project, give us a call at 512-382-0021.


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