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From sports complexes to detention facilities, Bill Walker has more than 30 years of experience in the areas of general contracting, engineering and architecture. He has been involved in many of Central Florida’s premier projects, including the American Adventure at EPCOT, the Silver Spurs arena at Osceola Heritage Park, Orlando Public Library and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University.
Bill’s career began in general contracting as vice president of a residential design/build firm. He was involved in several commercial projects in the region, including the Orlando International Airport, Orlando/Orange County Convention Center and SunBank.
Before joining CTH+A in 2006, Walker spent 15 years as an architect and project manager for some of Central Florida’s top architectural firms, most recently working on mixed use and multi-family projects for Looney Ricks Kiss Architects. Previously, he served as a construction administration on-site architect for Oklahoma-based Glover Smith Bode Inc. Architects and Planners, managing complex commercial projects including Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Sales Center and Coronado Springs Resort Convention Center addition.
Bill holds a master’s in architecture degree from Florida A&M University and a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Florida. He is a published author, having recently completed a book focusing on the top 25 causes of water-related building problems and how to avoid them.
Outside of the office, Bill is an accomplished water skier. In the 1970s, he performed professionally in the ski shows for Water Ski Hall of Famer Tommy Bartlett and Walt Disney World. A national freestyle champion who once held state and regional records in slalom skiing, he still competes in water skiing today.
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