Since joining Galloway, Chris has enjoyed building new and deeper client relationships and working with Galloway’s in-house engineers utilizing the Full-Spectrum Approach. Chris primarily works on municipal, police, and city government projects. He is user-driven and passionate about transforming less than optimal work environments into functional ones. His favorite project was when he helped design the new Tooele Police Station Headquarters. The station had moved into an old auto parts store as a five-year temporary solution but ended up being there for 20 years.
With Chris’s dad being an architect, he grew up around the field, but it was not something he originally wanted to pursue. He went to college for social sciences, and after a couple of architecture classes, he fell in love with the problem-solving nature of the field.
He received his master’s with an emphasis on historic preservation from the University of Utah. His interest in historic preservation stemmed from taking a different perspective on sustainable architecture by saving and reusing buildings.
Chris enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two young kids. They often travel around Utah and the western states in their new RV.
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