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Build-to-Rent: New Options for the Challenging Housing Market

April 12th, 2024

With mortgage rates nationwide at their highest since 2008, housing is challenging, and the market is adjusting to an increase in build-to-rent properties. In recent years, this trend has been especially evident in Colorado, as the average new home price in the state sits at $600,000—well above the national average. “People cannot make down payments…

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Colorado Architecture Month

April 2nd, 2024

On April 1, 2016, Colorado’s Governor, John Hickenlooper, declared April Architecture Month in Colorado. We celebrate the structures that define Colorado’s landscape and the architects who shaped a harmonious blend of innovation and the state’s tradition. Galloway’s architecture team, established in 1989, has impacted Colorado’s built environment from the retail fueling industry to the residential…

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Meet Caitlin Link

March 29th, 2024

Initially drawn to engineering due to her aptitude in mathematics and science, Caitlin contemplated various branches within the field. Structural engineering was intriguing with its focus on building bridges, while transportation engineering aligned with her passion for bus driving. She had obtained her commercial driver’s license and worked as a public transportation bus driver during…

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Galloway’s EV Market Versatility

March 25th, 2024

Projects in the electric vehicle (EV) market sector are driven by two motivators: legislation/ordinances or a vision. Galloway first became involved in the EV market about five years ago through a client with a vision to build a network of supercharging stations in the Mountain West region of the United States. Since then, Galloway has…

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Galloway Awarded 2024 USA Top Workplace

March 20th, 2024

Galloway proudly announces its recognition as a 2024 Top Workplaces USA, marking the fourth consecutive year of this achievement. The Top Workplaces USA accolade assesses employers nationwide through scientifically conducted surveys among employees. These surveys gauge various aspects of workplace culture, including leadership, coaching, connection, engagement, performance, alignment, and benefits. This award underscores our dedication…

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Meet Clare Harris

February 23rd, 2024

Clare is a civil design engineer at Galloway whose passion for mathematics, hands-on work, and problem-solving drives her engineering journey. After graduating from the University of North Carolina Charlotte with a degree in civil engineering, Clare’s path became clear during an enlightening internship in land development the summer before her senior year. Drawn to the…

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Empowering Women in Engineering: Emmi’s Journey and the Power of Mentorship

February 22nd, 2024

In a world where engineering has historically been male-dominated, exposing women to the industry is crucial for breaking down barriers and inspiring them to pursue STEM careers. Emmi Miodonski, a senior at Mountain Vista High School, exemplifies the impact of such opportunities. While her father’s profession introduced her to engineering early on, her internship at…

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Engineers Week 2024: Embracing the Future of Engineering

February 19th, 2024

Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, National Engineers Week is dedicated to encouraging a diverse, well-educated future workforce by increasing awareness and interest in engineering and technology careers. This year, from February 18 to 24, we embark on a journey with the theme “Welcome to the Future!” – an invitation to…

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Meet Alex Morgan

January 25th, 2024

Alex Morgan received a letter he had written to himself from his fifth-grade teacher on the day of his high school graduation party. He had no recollection of writing this letter, but upon reading it, it seemed he was destined to become an architect. In the letter, he noted that he wanted to be an…

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Navigating Development of Complex Sites

January 22nd, 2024

The Alpine Bank in Fort Collins, Colorado, was a unique project for Galloway, presenting a historical preservation opportunity alongside other significant challenges such as extensive permitting, site drainage, land acquisition, and a compact site. Several of Galloway’s design teams collaborated closely to execute a multidisciplinary design approach that proactively leveraged the needed knowledge from multiple…

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