In the Denver Metro area, our people are preferred partners in our communities because of the successful projects we’ve stewarded, and because of the relationships we have developed with our clients and within our community. It goes along with our philosophy of shared success and being good citizens and caring neighbors.
If you look across the Denver skyline you’ll see a lot of our work.
It’s because Denver is where Galloway got started over 35 years ago. We’ve grown more capable with each project, and each one of our talented people has added to the architecture and civil engineering firm we are today. Our full array of multidisciplinary services provide comprehensive project support and effective solutions.
We’ve built the business around our diverse team of local professionals, with each one adding exceptional know-how and market insight. Professionals with experience enough to know what not to do, as well as which solutions match your vision perfectly.
“You wouldn’t have had this problem if you had used Galloway.” We hear that a lot. It’s a common referral we get because we know our work backwards and forwards.
Our business is modeled around our people and the clients we serve. Clients like you who want to have a reliable partnership and work with people like us, as well as a partner who can cover every angle with our full range of services here in Denver and across the country.
PE, CRX, CRRP, LEED AP
Dave has more than 30 years of professional experience ranging from civil engineering and project management to executive administration, having served as Galloway president since 2006. Dave has worked extensively in the areas of project feasibility, site selection, site planning, entitlement assistance, client representation at public meetings and hearings, site design, grading and drainage studies, stormwater management, utility design and studies, permit coordination, and regulatory analysis.
Dave received his bachelor of science in civil engineering in 1988 from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is a professional engineer licensed in 30 states; a LEED Accredited Professional; a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE); and a Certified Retail Property Executive (CRX) and Certified Development, Design and Construction Professional (CDP) through the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).
PE, CPESC, CRX, CRRP, LEED AP
Principal in Charge
Director of Land Development
Carl offers 25 years of expertise in land development. His areas of emphasis have ranged from site feasibility, due diligence, and land entitlement approvals to general site engineering and project management. Carl has been instrumental in building some of Galloway’s most successful client relationships; and as a client manager, he continually strives to provide the highest level of service and dedication to projects.
Carl is highly active in the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and received his Certified Retail Property Executive (CRX) designation in 2013 and is also a Certified Development, Design and Construction Professional (CDP). He is a former ICSC State Operations Chair for Colorado/Wyoming and is a former co-chair for the Program Planning Committee for the ICSC Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Carl received a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the Colorado School of Mines along with a minor in environmental science in 1993, and in 1998 he graduated from the Leeds School of Business “50 for Colorado” program. In 2001, Carl received his master’s in business administration from the University of Colorado, Denver. Carl is a professional engineer (PE) registered with NCEES, licensed throughout the U.S., and a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC). He is also a LEED accredited professional and a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Principal in Charge
Director of Architecture
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.
Director of Business Development, Chief Cultural Officer
With 30 years of experience in the construction industry, Mark excels at making industry connections and building relationships while championing Galloway in the marketplace. With extensive experience on the contractor side of the construction industry, Mark offers valuable insight into all stages of the development process. This helps him successfully identify client needs and effectively apply Galloway’s comprehensive services to development projects. Additionally, Mark drives Galloway’s business development by leading efforts to define and pursue new markets as well as facilitating Galloway’s responsiveness to emerging opportunities.
Mark earned his BS in construction management from Colorado State University in 1988 as well as his MA in counseling from Denver Seminary in 1996. He is a LEED accredited professional, an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and holds memberships in the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver (HBA).