Better information leads to a better understanding of the needs of your infrastructure, and the sensing technologies of smart infrastructure will lead to transformation in the approaches to design and construction.
Whether partnering with electric vehicle innovators to build out their nationwide network, utilizing geographic information system (GIS) mapping of infrastructure, or employing BIM modeling, Galloway can effectively contribute design to the creation of this rapidly evolving market.
- Smart Infrastructure
Director of Federal Project Development
With more than 35 years of experience in federal construction projects, Rob leads Galloway’s business development efforts in the federal market while providing extensive knowledge in construction contract administration, auditing, procurement, quality control, design review, and value engineering. With long ties to the military along the Front Range, including a tour in Iraq during Desert Storm with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rob will be working alongside many of the contractors and design firms in the area to help provide assistance with federal design work. His wide range of federal experience is a valuable asset to Galloway in the ever-growing federal marketplace. Rob is headquartered in Galloway’s Colorado Springs office as he focuses his efforts on the design needs of our military. As this sector grows, his efforts will encompass additional federal agencies.
Rob is a graduate of the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and is a licensed professional engineer in Colorado and Illinois. He has worked with several federal agencies including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, SBA, FEMA, HUD, Air Force, Navy, EPA and DOE.
PE, LEED AP
Brandon provides nearly 20 years of experience in civil engineering and project management for various projects ranging from small retail sites to big-box retail developments and multiuse projects. Brandon is highly knowledgeable in all project phases, with extensive experience in designing and producing stormwater pollution prevention plans and erosion control plans, including grading and drainage design for environmental remediation projects. He is also highly experienced in collaborating with cities, municipalities, districts, and outside consultants to obtain entitlements and permits. He has built some of Galloway’s most successful client relationships through his attentiveness and dedication to project success.
Brandon is a licensed professional engineer (PE) registered with the NCEES and a LEED accredited professional. He received his bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Utah in 1999.