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Denver Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Policy Affects New Land Development Projects

April 13th, 2021

By: Nathan Abbott, Site Development Project Manager Denver is a rapidly growing city, with traffic increasing as steadily as its population. In an effort to shift residents to more sustainable and effective means of transportation as the city grows, the City of Denver approved a bill for filing which amends Chapter 54 of the Denver…

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Pandemic-Pivoting in Transportation: Facts, Figures and Thoughts on the Future

March 1st, 2021

By: Brian Horan, PE, Transportation Engineering Team Manager When the response to the COVID-19 pandemic started in early Spring 2020, the drop-off of single-occupancy vehicle traffic across the country was extraordinary. As millions of people stayed at home, air quality improved, noise pollution decreased and we got an unexpected glimpse into a world without quite…

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It’s National Engineers Week!

February 26th, 2021

Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, National Engineers Week is dedicated to encouraging a diverse, well-educated future workforce by increasing awareness and interest in engineering careers. Celebrated from February 21 to 27, 2021, Engineers Week is a time to recognize the important work engineers do while inspiring the next generation of…

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Three Keys to a Successful Civil Engineering Project

February 10th, 2021

Civil engineering projects are characterized by their great complexity when it comes to implementation, but complex doesn’t have to be complicated with proper planning and oversight by the design team. Whether in the beginning stages of the project, currently working through the design, or in the construction phase, experience and insight can make projects succeed…

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Galloway President Dave Guetig Gives Insight on Effective Strategic Planning

November 20th, 2020

  Now more than ever, strategic planning is playing a critical role in how companies are preparing for the future. The recent Covid-19 pandemic has forced leadership teams and staff to take a different view on strategy and what strategic planning looks like. Our President, Dave Guetig, recently joined Phil Keil, Zweig Group’s Director of…

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Galloway Adds Traffic Engineering, Led By Brian Horan, PE, To List of Services

November 16th, 2020

Galloway is proud to announce that we are adding traffic engineering to our comprehensive list of client services. Brian Horan, PE, will be leading our new traffic engineering and transportation planning services as our Transportation Team Manager. Brian has ten years of experience in transportation engineering and planning, and is a well-known leader in his field.…

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Galloway Uses BIM 360 to Manage Your Project More Affordably and Efficiently

October 15th, 2020

At Galloway, we always strive to remain an early adopter of technology. We recognize that there are now a variety of cloud-based solutions that eliminate the issues experienced when storing data on servers. After evaluating a variety of platforms in order to identify the right solution to address the needs of every discipline provided by…

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Multifamily Design Considerations In A Post-Pandemic World

September 25th, 2020

Since the onset of COVID-19, we have been compelled to consider the long-term design implications of a new style of living. We have already taken a closer look at the future of design for office space density and mechanical building systems. Now, in a time when personal space takes on new perspective, the quality and…

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Wildfire Damage Leads to Concerns Over Watersheds

September 17th, 2020

As wildfires wreak havoc through the western states – California and Colorado, in particular – residents are hoping for rain to help limit the immediate threat of fire damage. Unfortunately, the damages from wildfires can continue long after the flames stop burning. In addition to the destruction of man-made facilities and private property, including trails,…

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Public Comment Period – Amendments to the 2019 Denver Building and Fire Code

September 2nd, 2020

Local building codes have important project impact, so we wanted to make our client partners aware of the public comment period that is currently open for the amended City and County of Denver 2019 Building and Fire Code. The City and County of Denver recently amended this code to include mandates for electric vehicle charging…

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