Walker Construction Current Projects


We'll take you “behind the scenes,” to tour this 1950's building as it awaits renovation. We'll tell you about the changes in store and how Walker Construction, NAC Architecture and the renovation team plan to bring this landmark building back to life.


The MSpokane, WA

The renovation of the old Macy’s department store, now known as "The M", will include a complete overhaul of the building. Existing interior and most exterior finishes will be removed. Next, the building will be seismically improved, electrical and mechanical systems will be replaced, parking will be added in the basement, and the exterior will be replaced. The finished product will include new retail space on the first two floors, with the ability for new office or residential on the floors above retail.

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Gonzaga University Jesuit ResidenceSpokane, WA

This new 36,074 square foot Jesuit Residence on the Gonzaga Campus will serve as home for Jesuits living on campus. This beautiful facility will house 20 Fathers, a hospitality suite, chapel, dining room, and administrative space for their use. It will also include reflective space to serve Jesuits seeking retreat.

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Exotic Metals - KentKent, WA

This 126,500 SF concrete tilt-up aerospace manufacturing facility consists of insulated concrete exterior panels, structural steel framing, and metal joist and deck. Full site development to include excavation, backfill, paving/sidewalks and landscaping. The build out also includes significant office build out on first and second floors. Walker Construction is self - performing all of the concrete work.

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Riverfront Park Looff Carrousel BuildingSpokane, WA

Walker Construction is honored to be constructing the new home for Spokane’s historic Looff Carrousel. The new, expanded facility will provide a climate controlled space to protect the beautiful hand-carved wooden horses, and will include a party/event room, concessions, restrooms, a gift shop and observation spaces. Built by Charles I.D. Looff as a wedding present for his daughter, the carousel first found its home in Natatorium park in 1909. In 1975 it was moved to Riverfront Park, and is acclaimed for being one of the most beautiful and well preserved in the country. The 12,300 SF building will maximize views of the river for many more generations of Spokane’s young and young at heart.

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Opportunity ElementarySpokane Valley, WA

The modernization and expansion of Opportunity Elementary School  includes a complete renovation of the existing 1968 vintage, 42,000 square foot building. A 31,000 square foot addition will also be constructed, including a new gymnasium, additional classroom space, and a new community art room.  Construction is phased, allowing students to remain in the building for the entire project. The new school, designed to house up to 700 students, will improve student safety and meet the school district's current education objectives and goals.  Work is being performed as part of a Joint Venture.

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