Michael Neal Walker, a 1964
graduate of Texas
A & M University, Bachelor of Architecture, has been providing
professional architectural services to the Texas Hill Country since 1980.
Walker, Texas Architect, has been a licensed architect since 1967. Prior to
relocating in Kerrville,
he practiced in the Houston area, occasionally venturing back there for
projects of interest.
Master Plan - City of Orange, Texas, including Central Business
District Plan, Preservation Plan, Convention Center and City Hall design,
subsequently implemented by the Chamber of Commerce and City of Orange,
Matt E. Howard, Architect, Houston, Texas.
Associate Architect, Denny & Ray Architects, Houston, Texas
in all phases of architectural design and construction of commercial,
residential, historical, public buildings and schools.
Active in the Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce as Director,
Vice-President and President (1971); organized and programmed National
Pollution Control Conference and Exposition; created Jaycee Urban
Development Foundation to sponsor construction of $3.8 million low cost
served on boards of: Texas
Air & Water Resources Foundation, Central Presbyterian Church, Theater
Under the Stars, Houston Area Forum, Vice-President - Harris County Young
Republicans, Treasurer - Houston Chapter of American Institute of Architects.
Employed by Astrodomain Corporation as Manager of Facilities Services
acted as manager, developer, designer, coordinator, and contractor,
supervising over 100 creative and maintenance employees.
Created and operated OLD ABBOTT SCHOOL and gadabout
dining establishment, Houston, Texas.
1974-1980 Project architect, consultant, and designer for several restaurant, retail,
theme park, and commercial projects in Houston, Texas.
1980-1985 Relocated to Texas Hill Country, restored 1915 SA&AP train station,
created family-operated OLD KERRVILLE DEPOT and gadabout dining
Architectural practice in Kerrville, Texas.
Active member of
Kerrville Chamber of Commerce, Bandera County Chamber of Commerce.
Board Member Services include:
Country C.A.R.E.S. (Building Chair), Dietert Senior Center (Secretary), St. Paul's
United Methodist Church (Board of Trustees Chair and Pastor/Parish
Relations Committees), Hill Country Crisis Council (Secretary), City of Kerrville Sign Ordinance
Committee and Hill Country Emmaus Community Board Member (Secretary),
Kerrville Sunrise Lions Club (President, Treasurer), Easter
All images © 2012 Michael Neal
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