Charles Walker

Charles Walker

Charles Walker, PE

Senior Associate
Infrastructure

Charles has been involved in hundreds of bridge projects all over the State of Texas and brings over 30 years of bridge design experience to Walter P Moore. Formerly, he served as a Senior Bridge Design Engineer for the Bridge Division of Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) where he worked with large design teams for major multi-level interchange projects. His well-developed carpentry skills sparked his passion for bridge construction that later provided him with a strong background and technical knowledge that would drive his engineering career. Charles has delivered close to 50 presentations and published multiple papers on a variety of bridge-related topics. He received numerous professional honors and awards including the Truett Latimer Award for his commitment and involvement in historic preservation. Charles is a licensed professional engineer in Texas, and earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas in Austin.

Why did you choose Walter P Moore?
…reputation for excellence, innovation in architectural engineering solutions; commitment to new focus on transportation structures….any contribution I can make to the tradition of innovation and excellence will be personally satisfying.
What’s your favorite way to pass time?
…reading…about society, art, culture, engineering; how the built environment has come to be the way it is.
What three words best describe you?
Conscientious. Diligent. Persistent.
In a word, what do you expect of co-workers?
…be responsive, communicate clearly, stay focused on overall goals and diligent about detail.

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PUBLICATIONS

"Historic Roma International Suspension Bridge", Proceedings ASCE Third National Congress on Civil Engineering History and Heritage, October 2001

"Historic Texas Suspension Bridges, Part 1: History" Proceedings ASCE Third National Congress on Civil Engineering History and Heritage, October 2001

"Relocation of a Historic Truss Bridge," Proceedings ASCE Texas Section Fall Meeting, October 2000

"Rehabilitation of the Regency Suspension Bridge" Proceedings ASCE Texas Section Fall Meeting, September/October 1999

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