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Team Development, But Make It Remote

April 3rd, 2020

Working remotely hasn’t hampered our investment in team development. More than 65 of our team members participated in a project management webinar series and heard about the finer points of supporting teams and projects. Originally scheduled for in-office training, we adapted the format to support our team’s growth from a remote working environment. Thanks to…

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Doing Our Part: Social Distancing

March 29th, 2020

During this challenging time, there is a great call for social responsibility. In support, we have adapted our company logo to bring continued awareness of and compliance with social distancing. While we miss the face-to-face interaction that we value so much, we’re still collaborating, working hard, and supporting your projects and each other! #doingourpart #socialdistancing

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Galloway’s Values-Based Approach to COVID-19

March 25th, 2020

Galloway strives to live our values every day, and that becomes more important than ever as we face the COVID-19 challenges. We are taking a values-based approach to safeguarding the health of our staff, clients and communities while ensuring business continuity.

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Application or Interpretation? Why Your Project Needs A Professional Surveyor

March 19th, 2020

The surveying profession is a technology-heavy industry, and land surveyors are typically eager to learn and implement new forms of technological advancements. However, as this technology becomes increasingly accessible to general users, should we be concerned about its use by those who are not trained professionals? New applications that provide simple land survey data are becoming increasingly…

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We’re (Extra) Grateful For Our Surveyors During National Surveyor’s Week!

March 17th, 2020

We would like to take a minute and acknowledge the hard work of our survey team during National Surveyors Week. Thank you to all our incredible survey staff who work tirelessly to provide accurate data for our projects!

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Galloway Engineer Wins Curling National Championships

March 16th, 2020

We’d like to congratulate Galloway Civil Project Engineer Aaron Johnston, PE, and his team for winning the 2020 USA Curling Club National Championships this weekend! Aaron and his team “swept” away the competition for their undefeated 11-0 run to take the Men’s Division trophy.

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What Inspires You? | Anne Thomsen, Architectural Job Captain

March 12th, 2020

Who wouldn’t develop a love of architecture when growing up in an octagonal home? For Anne Thomsen, job captain in Galloway’s architecture department, it was that influence and much more that provides her career inspiration. Against a backdrop of her “Brazilian Tuesday” Spotify playlist, Anne shared how her childhood in Brazil influenced her love of…

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Announcing Our Second Utah Location!

March 10th, 2020

We are excited to announce the addition of our second Utah location in Pleasant Grove, UT! The team from Finish Grade Engineering has joined Galloway and will be part of our expanded services along the southern Wasatch Front. “The decision to join Galloway is such an exciting opportunity for us,” said Boyd Preece, PE, Sr.…

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Galloway Celebrates International Women’s Day With Bagels & Bingo

March 6th, 2020

In celebration of International Women’s Day this Sunday, March 9th, the Galloway Women’s Network hosted a “Bagels and Bingo” trivia event this morning! Our employees tested their knowledge of notable women throughout history (and even some Galloway employees) while enjoying breakfast and coffee.

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Welcome Abbey Lyon, Our New Interior Design Manager

March 3rd, 2020

Galloway is excited to announce the addition of Abbey Lyon, NCIDQ, LEED AP to our team as an Interior Design Manager! Abbey offers almost 15 years of experience as an interior designer and has worked on a wide variety of projects, with an extensive background in office tenant improvements. Abbey has comprehensive experience in schematic…

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