Our Salt Lake City team creates innovative design solutions that enhance the working environment and delivery of services for our clients. Galloway’s full suite of in-house disciplines supports virtually any project need.
With our forward-thinking approach, we prepare for the future by studying it now. We guide you through planning the right balance for your project that supports your vision, community desires, branding requirements, and functional needs while also providing optimal value.
Our team comprises local professionals who have built their careers in Utah, offering extensive local and state knowledge and valuable market insights. We actively contribute to the thriving growth of Utah through our work on hundreds of commercial and public projects.
“In Salt Lake City, our central focus revolves around people. Our goal is to improve the lives of individuals by executing impactful projects, engaging with the community, promoting inclusivity, and cultivating a strong sense of belonging.”
– Jim Child, Utah Regional Architectural Team Manager
By offering all key services within one company, we bring a multidisciplinary mindset to every project, no matter our role. From survey to land planning, civil engineering, and architectural design, Galloway is there every step of the way to support your success.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Each project, each client, and each teammate is unique, which excites us about what we do!
AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Utah Regional Architectural Team Manager
Jim Child, AIA, LEED AP, has more than 45 years of architectural design experience. He has exceptional technical, management, and design skills working interactively with corporate, institutions, and government clients on numerous types of projects. Jim has been instrumental in designing and coordinating complex government and justice projects involving multi-dependent security systems while unifying varied and diverse user groups. He also has extensive experience and understanding of the architectural requirements of public services facilities. Jim is hands-on in his work efforts, which provides a well-organized and efficient project.
Jim is a registered architect in Utah, Colorado, Nevada, California, Washington, and Wyoming. He is a member of AIA’s Academy for Architecture Justice Committee, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a registered member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB). Jim earned his Bachelor of Science degree in finance and a Master of Architecture from the University of Utah.
Sr. Architectural Project Manager
Scott Holmes, AAIA, has built a diverse project portfolio that includes architectural experience on various municipal, commercial, healthcare, educational, and recreational facilities. Over his 25 years of experience, Scott has led many teams and worked with public and private clients to design and implement solutions that met the specific goals of the projects. Scott’s projects balance complex codes and requirements with operational demands and successful user experiences.
Scott is an Associate Member of AIA and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council. Scott earned his Associates’s in Architecture from Salt Lake Community College.
Regional Manager of Business Development
Lauren offers more than 18 years of experience in business development and marketing in a multitude of environments. She has an impressive resume in building client relationships in the construction industry, which translates to her work with the Galloway team.
Lauren supports our strategic business development efforts by building effective relationships with current and future clients in the Utah region. She has a knack for connecting with and helping people.
Lauren received her Bachelor’s in public relations from Brigham Young University. She serves as a board member for Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW Utah), an executive committee member for Utah Alliance, the outreach chair for American Public Works Association, and an event committee member for NAIOP. She is also a member of the Urban Land Institute, Associated General Contractors, and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah.
Architectural Project Manager
Chris Child has more than 15 years of experience leading numerous project teams to help municipal clients design and implement solutions exceeding their project goals throughout Utah. He has the exceptional ability to take a project from design to completion with increased coordination and a detailed approach that promotes team collaboration. He also has experience with multiple public works and maintenance facility projects, utilizing his thorough understanding of equipment handling, coordination, and operational workflows. Chris brings a vast background of operating flows and equipment planning knowledge and collaborates with all team members.
Chris is a registered architect in Utah and a registered member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB). Chris earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master’s of Architecture with a Historic Preservation Certificate from the University of Utah.