Marshall G. Walters

Marshall Walters (1986) graduated from the Penn State Harrisburg Campus in 1991 with a degree in Business/Humanities. Marshall is the founder of Architectural Polymers, AP Thermoforming, and Architectural Polymers of Australia.


Marshall holds a total of 10 patents spread over the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Walters is the current Treasurer of the Carbon County Economic Development Corporation and is also a Board Member of the Carbon County Industrial development Authority. He is one of the founders of the Carbon County Community Foundation whose mission is to improve the quality of life for all Carbon County Residents.

Architectural Polymers has been involved in the construction of many distinguished projects. Some are: the Flight 93 Memorial, Citizens Bank Park, the Statue of Liberty Welcome Center, Texas Rangers Ballpark at Arlington, Museum of the American Revolution, Minnesota Training Facility, and 290 Mulberry SOHO NY.

Some Local projects include the decorative panels on the Sargent A.J. Baddick Bridge, Jim Thorpe, decorative panels on the PA Turnpike Mahoning Interchange ,and on the PA Turnpike Overpasses and Sound Walls- Mahoning Interchange to Philadelphia, the Pottsville Inter Modal Bus Station and the PP&L parking Garage, Allentown.