Cecil Key-O-Kum Walker, Owner of CW Construction, Inc., a privately held Native American company, incorporated in the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation with a 30-year history of excellence in construction, has been acknowledged for his U.S. and international work in his nomination and acceptance to membership in The Worshipful Company of Constructors, a City of London Livery Company.
The Livery has a history of over a thousand years in England going back to the days of trade guilds. Entry to the Livery requires recognized professional qualifications, relevant experience, and seniority in the industry.
Walker is one of only four people from the United States to have ever received this honor. The Constructors’ Company recognized Mr. Walker for his breadth of knowledge and experience in executive program management, large-scale development, design-build construction, general contracting, disaster recovery, energy solutions, and environmental services in both the public and private sectors.
Having worked on five continents under a variety of project delivery types, Mr. Walker has brought together the talent necessary to meet many challenging projects. The Constructors’ Company’s recognition of his excellence comes as much from Mr. Walker’s dedication and enjoyment for building as it does from his expertise.
Cecil will be traveling to London in December to accept the honor, appearing before the Livery. Mr. Walker was nominated to The Worshipful Company of Constructors through John Darling, CMG Clean Tech SA, with operations in London and Paris. Mr. Walker is a co-developer with Steve Minard and works with many of Darling’s companies as well. Current projects under way are in Central Florida, Texas, Illinois, California, Lake Como, Italy, and Madagascar.