Our designs are aesthetically pleasing, functional, and supportive of your branding needs while satisfying review agency requirements. We listen carefully to identify your program requirements and provide responsive design solutions.
We continually strive to support what is important and meaningful to our employees, clients, and the community.
Galloway offers exceptional architectural design and combines all key building disciplines into a collaborative, cohesive in-house team. Our structural engineering, MEP engineering, and interior design teams bring all architectural disciplines together in a synergistic way. We combine our expertise to create a highly collaborative design team, a well-coordinated design process, and higher quality and service.
Our approach is to bring all our collective knowledge and extensive industry experience to the table from day one. We provide extensive experience in new construction, major remodels and additions, and reuse and renovating existing structures for retail, commercial, mixed‑use, public, and medical projects.
Adaptive reuse architectural projects repurpose an existing structure for a new use, from resetting the sense of place with aesthetic and functional updates to code and zoning-focused compliance.
A building code analysis comprehensively assesses an existing or proposed structure to determine if it meets the current and local building codes.
Architects create building construction documents once the client has approved design drawings and specifications. This final set of plans includes all details necessary to obtain local jurisdictional approval for a permit and a contractor to build the project.
Building construction type analysis enables architects to make informed decisions on the structural integrity, materiality and fire resistance of a design, based on the construction “type” of a building.
Building programming is an essential part of architectural design that determines the most efficient use of a space that satisfies all client goals. Architects begin with a firm understanding of the client’s needs, and they review the past usage of the space and the future requirements to inform the functionality of their design.
Architectural professionals use conceptual building designs to lay out sites and interior spaces, evaluate primary design considerations to prove ideas, visually display potential concepts, and use them to project stakeholders.
After construction begins, architects can provide oversight to ensure that the owner is getting the building they approved and the project is being built according to the construction documents prepared.
Developing a prototype for a client entails establishing architectural parameters used across multiple projects, under differing codes, in various jurisdictions to maintain brand consistency in a multi-site rollout.
Sustainable architecture is the use of design strategies to improve building performance while reducing the negative environmental impact of a built environment and considering the health and comfort of building occupants.
Tenant improvement (or “TI”) is the term used by architects and interior designers to describe the design and construction of an interior space to fit the needs of the incoming tenant. In addition to aesthetic improvements such as updating finishes and branding, this can include updating designs to be code-compliant and functional while maintaining cost efficiency.
The local municipality creates zoning guidelines to control what can be built – and where – on a property. Zoning guidelines direct regulation of building dimensions and size and how far properties must be removed from the property lines. Zoning analyses conducted at the start of a project help the architect understand the site’s constraints so that they design to meet local zoning regulations while maintaining client’s vision.
Galloway brings its Full Spectrum Approach to the Future Legends Sports Complex in Windsor, Colorado. This 118-acre, state-of-the-art sports facility is supported by Galloway’s full suite of disciplines, including architecture, civil engineering, survey, and landscape architecture.SEE MORE