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STEM Day for Youth

April 27th, 2022

On Saturday, April 23, The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Pikes Peak Post and the U.S. Air Force Academy hosted a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Day for Youth. Galloway team members were privileged to join them. It is a day loaded with activities for students to have fun and learn about science,…

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Utah Leagues of Cities and Towns Mid-Year Conference

April 19th, 2022

Galloway is proud to be a Bronze sponsor for the Utah Leagues of Cities and Towns Mid-Year Conference in St. George, Utah, April 20 – 22. Join us for three days of workshops and panels covering topics surrounding training for elected officials, opportunities in rural Utah, addressing Utah’s land, water, and air challenges, and much…

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Meet Zach Walker

April 15th, 2022

Zach joined the Galloway team as a mechanical design engineer in October of 2021. He brings a diverse background, having initially majored in architectural engineering and has worked in construction management. His curiosity to understand what goes on behind the walls and the magic behind the finishing touches led him to pursue mechanical engineering. He…

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Denver Business Journal – Best Places to Work 2022

April 14th, 2022

According to the Denver Business Journal, Denver’s best companies know that culture doesn’t stop at the end of a workday or workweek. Great culture relies on many things:  trust in leaders, a shared vision for the future, engaging work, strong relationships, opportunities for professional growth, great benefits, and a supportive team environment. The Denver Business…

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Welcome Hoshi Brooks to Galloway

April 6th, 2022

We are pleased to welcome Hoshi Brooks, NCIDQ/RID, LEED AP BD+C, to the Galloway team as our newest senior interior design manager. Hoshi offers more than 19 years of corporate and commercial interior design knowledge. Having previously worked at HOK and Perkins&Will, she brings an exceptional resume to the Galloway team. Her vast experiences with…

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Colorado Architecture Month

April 1st, 2022

In honor of Colorado Architecture Month, we are looking back on the influence and change that architecture has brought to Galloway. Great architecture teams take talent, collaboration, and hard work. Galloway adds diversity, energy, and fun to the mix to create a full-service team that has grown from eight to 71 professionals in the past…

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Training for the Professional Engineers Exam

March 21st, 2022

Six thousand people took the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Civil exam in 2021 with an average pass rate of about 60%, according to the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). The NCEES administers the PE exam to test for a minimum level of competency in a particular engineering discipline. Obtaining…

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Meet Janelle Erikson

March 11th, 2022

Janelle joined Galloway as a Civil Design Engineer in June of 2021. She is enjoying the diverse opportunities Galloway offers because she learns something new every day. In her eight months with Galloway, she has worked on anything from a King Soopers to a 10-acre playground. The driving force of Janelle becoming an engineer was…

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Congratulations to Galloway President Dave Guetig

March 9th, 2022

“It’s all about family.” Congratulations to Galloway President Dave Guetig for achieving his “Legacy 82” milestone, recognizing longevity and service to the company. Dave has been Galloway’s longest-serving president, and through his leadership, Galloway has seen significant growth and opportunity while fostering a supportive family culture. We enjoyed celebrating with Dave’s family and our staff.

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Meet Blake Olson

March 4th, 2022

Blake has been with Galloway for about seven years and worked his way up from an Architectural Designer to his current position of Architectural Project Manager. He was always good at math and science from a young age, and his friends and family encouraged him to pursue architecture – despite none of them being in…

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