Galloway works closely with industrial clients and operators to integrate regulatory requirements, established processes, safety, operational needs, and other site-specific considerations.

Our team is experienced with the design considerations unique to industrial facilities, including building design, truck traffic, loading docks, equipment requirements, utility placement, storm water management, and high-volume water, sewer, and fire demands.

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Robert Van Uffelen

Principal

Sr. Civil PM & Northern Colo. Regional Manager

970.800.3300

Robert Van Uffelen

Principal

Sr. Civil PM & Northern Colo. Regional Manager

970.800.3300

Rob offers more than 30 years of engineering experience as a project manager on a variety of projects along Colorado’s Front Range and Western Slope, as well as in California. His experience includes project management and design for commercial land development, multifamily development, single-family development and transportation projects. He also offers extensive experience in site planning, water and wastewater planning, roadway planning and design, and architectural and structural design. Rob has worked much of his career in northern Colorado, and he now manages Galloway’s Loveland office.

Rob studied civil engineering at Crafton Hills College in Redlands, CA; California Polytechnic State University in Pomona, CA; and Valley College in San Bernardino, CA.

Tim Nelson

RLA, CDP, ASLA

Principal

Planning/Landscape Architecture Team Manager

303.770.8884

Tim Nelson

RLA, CDP, ASLA

Principal

Planning/Landscape Architecture Team Manager

303.770.8884

Tim brings nearly 30 years of experience in planning and designing thousands of acres of land in 10 states. He offers extensive knowledge of planning, transportation, landscape architecture and construction practices, along with an extensive understanding of civil engineering, multi-modal interconnections, architecture, zoning, and land use law. Tim has a broad base of professional experience as an urban/municipal planner and landscape architect, developing commercial, residential, resort and industrial master plans of all sizes. Tim’s completed projects have included conceptual master planning through detailed construction documentation and specifications, including contract administration and construction review. Tim is also well versed in representing owners and developers in public hearings, meetings and committees.

Tim is a registered landscape architect, with licensing throughout the U.S. He also holds memberships with the American Society of Landscape Architect (ASLA), NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association), and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), where he is a Certified Design, Development and Construction Professional (CDP). He is a 1989 graduate of the University of Wisconsin with a bachelor of science in landscape architecture.

Kristoffer Kenton

AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

Principal

Director of Architecture

303.770.8884

Kristoffer Kenton

AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

Principal

Director of Architecture

303.770.8884

Kristoffer has provided innovative design solutions for 20 years and offers a wide variety of past project exposure for a variety of development projects nation-wide. He provides design oversight for site planning, building design and project construction, and he brings a high level of attention, enthusiasm, and expertise to projects. Kristoffer is highly regarded for his ability to work with clients and teams in order to move past challenges and provide the highest quality design solution that is differentiated from competitors. His notable Colorado retail projects include Streets at SouthGlenn, Cornerstar, Promenade at Denver West, 1000 S. Colorado, and Webster Lake Promenade. Kristoffer provided design services for Promenade at Castle Rock, Aurora Metro Station, and the redevelopment of Westminster Promenade.

Kristoffer is licensed with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB).  He is also a LEED accredited professional and holds memberships with the International Council of Shopping Centers, and NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association). He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University.