We look forward to continuing the exceptional client support that we are known for,
and we are excited to introduce you to the expanded services we can now offer.
Our Pleasant Grove team provides a focused approach and exceptional regional knowledge. We aren’t newcomers. We have built our careers and are raising our families in Utah and the southern Wasatch Front region, so your project is personal to us.
Our team strives to be your trusted adviser as well as your design consultant. We seek to identify challenges early, proactively address difficult issues, and actively establish solutions.
We bring the best of both worlds to your project: we are equipped with all the capabilities of our local talent while still being able to offer the services of Galloway’s larger, nationally recognized team. Whatever your project goals, we can help get you there!
Sr. Civil PM & Regional Manager
Sr. Civil Project Manager Boyd Preece, PE, offers more than 13 years of experience in civil engineering and provides exceptional knowledge in identifying site constraints, navigating the approval processes, and civil design. Boyd is recognized for his strong technical skills, works in all phases of development, and offers extensive experience with public agency regulations and entitlements. Previously the owner of Finish Grade Engineering, he is now the regional office manager for Galloway’s office in Pleasant Grove, UT. Clients appreciate that Boyd keeps their goals at the forefront as he integrates their project requirements into the plans and specifications. Additionally, Boyd brings a public perspective to his projects, having served on the Bluffdale City Council from 2016 to 2020. He received his Master of Engineering degree from Utah State University, with a civil and environmental focus. Boyd is a professional engineer licensed in Utah.
Utah Regional Business Development Manager
Rod brings nearly 40 years of industry experience to the Galloway team, where he excels at building relationships and supporting business development efforts. As a civil engineer, Rod is highly experienced in a wide variety of areas including pavement management, construction, and water resource management. He leverages his extensive knowledge of the Utah market and engineering experience to help develop optimized solutions for clients. He received his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Utah.
Sr. Survey Project Manager
Jerron offers more than 18 years of experience, and directs and oversees all surveys in Galloway’s Salt Lake City Office. His extensive experience includes commercial, residential, transportation and federal work. He has worked in most states across the U.S. and possesses survey licenses in multiple states. He is also a Certified Federal Surveyor which gives him an addition level of expertise when working on public lands. He is highly trained in the latest survey instrumentation and equipment and directs both field and office staff in efficient methods of these tools.
Jerron holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management Technology from Weber State University as well as an associate degree in applied science in surveying from Salt Lake Community College.
PE, LEED AP
Sr. Civil Project Manager
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.