Hawkins Development and the City of Northglenn
10.9 acres, 475,000 sf
Galloway provided comprehensive engineering services for Webster Lake Promenade on behalf of Hawkins Development, the City of Northglenn, and the Northglenn Urban Renewal Authority. Galloway Director of Architecture Kristoffer Kenton provided the architectural design for this project prior to joining Galloway.
Located at I-25 and 120th in Northglenn, CO, the site is 10.9 acres and offers 475,000 sf of leasable space. Galloway’s services included civil engineering and entitlements, roadway improvements to 120th Avenue, and engineering of the existing city infrastructure. Galloway also prepared a utility study on behalf of the City of Northglenn that analyzed the city’s sanitary sewer and water systems for capacity and current condition.
For the sanitary system, Galloway provided extensive modeling of the existing system and also addressed a deeply buried and aged pipe system by utilizing a CIPP (cure in place pipe) system to repair existing clay pipes without open trenching the entire system. Water challenges were also effectively addressed on the site through Galloway’s modeling and field testing to determine pressure and flow rates. Concerns about water pressure for an adjacent hotel were addressed by determining additional connections to create redundancy and increase pressure needed for fire protection. Onsite, most of the existing water lines were removed and replaced with a new water loop through the property.
Drainage also posed challenging to this site, and Galloway effectively addressed the issue by designing and implementing three above-ground water quality ponds that capture site stormwater, collect sediment and trash, and drain to a subterranean 73,000 cubic foot stormwater detention system.
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Galloway provided comprehensive services for this 27,600 sf, 5.6-acre lumber yard.
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Galloway is excited to be providing full architectural, engineering, landscape design and survey services for Future Legends, a 118-acre sports complex in Windsor, Colorado.
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Galloway collaborated with the Whole Foods Market architect and developer for exterior design that fit the aesthetic of the surrounding development while maintaining Whole Foods Market’s identity and branding and accommodating their location-specific goals of a tap room and indoor/outdoor patio.
Galloway has provided survey, civil engineering and landscape architecture services for Brakes Plus.
This location is unique to Dutch Bros as it has a walk-in component with community seating areas, in addition to their traditional drive-up counter.
Galloway performed pad site development of this standalone drive-up Dutch Bros Coffee kiosk. Development was part of the overall rebranding efforts of a shopping center commonly referred to as the Casa Bonita shopping center.
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Galloway provided comprehensive engineering services for Webster Lake Promenade. Located at I-25 and 120th in Northglenn, CO, the site is 10.9 acres and offers 475,000 sf of leasable space.
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Galloway successfully addressed numerous challenges and special considerations to provide development services for multiple Walmart distribution centers in coordination with Walmart’s special projects team.
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Galloway assisted VICORP Restaurants, Inc. in a multiple location project development program utilizing corporate-provided prototype buildings with nationally-recognized imaging as a part of these prototype designs.
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Galloway worked with the Valley Country Club to develop concepts to expand and improve their existing facilities to adapt to the demands of their members.
Galloway provided complete development services for this 6.5 acre University Park redevelopment. The prominence of this location required significant design sensitivity to express the artistic character of the neighborhood and to set a tone for future development.
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This renovation of a popular outdoor lifestyle center includes new plaza and courtyard spaces, custom water and fire features and the introduction of streetscape design and parallel parking at the storefronts.
Galloway has successfully designed and implemented numerous systems for The Home Depot, using local hydrology for the given area and receiving-stream sensitivity to determine the appropriate size of Stormceptor or Baysaver.
Galloway has provided development services to The Home Depot, serving as site development coordinator (SDC) as well as architect and civil engineer for more than 50 projects throughout the western and northwestern United States.
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Galloway has partnered with electric vehicle innovator, Tesla, to continue to build out their Supercharger network with multiple charging stations nationwide.
This facility was designed to house Sport Court of the Rockies operations and distribution.
Galloway has represented three Sonic Drive-In franchisees over the past several years and has designed and permitted over 25 drive-ins along the Colorado Front Range.
Capitol Hill is welcoming its newest retail project at Seventh Avenue and Sherman Street that offers several new restaurant spaces.
Galloway successfully addressed significant grading and storm drainage challenges for this 27-acre retail center in Aurora at Arapahoe and Smoky Hill Road.
Galloway has served as the civil engineer of record for numerous Safeway stores in Colorado.
Galloway was an integral part of Ruby Tuesday's development and expansion in the Colorado marketplace.
Riverdale Town Square replaced four vacated car dealerships and now supports a junior anchor and multiple retail tenants, as well as fueling and a convenience store on a corner pad site that was designed and constructed as part of the redevelopment.
Formally a Sports Authority, Galloway provided civil design, entitlements, survey, landscape architecture and site lighting design for REI's Greenwood Village location.
The site was develped in conjunction with Galloway’s unique out-parcel program that identifies underutilized Home Depot parking space, develops site plans beneficial to the buyer while still retaining Home Depot’s rights and value, and then coordinates the real estate process.
Galloway provides full building and site design services for multiple Public Storage projects in multiple state region, including Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, Utah and Texas.
The Promenade at Castle Rock is envisioned as a one-of-a-kind shopping destination in Colorado. The overall project encompasses more than 160 acres and 1 million square feet of retail and 320 apartments at its ultimate build out.
The studio was created as a modern, neutral slate and creates opportunities for branding and personalization. Galloway worked closely with an outside consultant and a first-time studio owner to envision unique design elements for this project.
As part of a rebranding effort for this existing strip shopping center, Galloway designed custom monument signage, site amenities and new landscape plan for a Colorado outdoor recreation concept.
Galloway provided full civil site engineering and landscape design, including irrigation design and construction documents.
Galloway provided support for this project that included installing a basketball court, sand volleyball pit, picnic tables and a putting green on an existing site.
The project included major off-site improvements to the surrounding roadways and drainage infrastructure. The 48-acre commercial retail North Park development provides tax revenue for the city while integrating development of a public park and trail with the retail center.
Galloway provided design services for this specialty gym, including mitigating the structural challenges of the existing space.
Mike Ward Infiniti is a 26,000 square foot auto dealership situated on approximately 6.5 acres. An additional 164,000 square feet of parking, drives and walkways is also included in the design.
Galloway’s site designs provided safe and efficient onsite traffic flow for these compact sites while meeting local parking, vehicle stacking, and access requirements.
The Marketplace at Briargate project is a commercial center anchored by a 66,000 square foot King Soopers grocery store and a King Soopers fueling facility.
Seeing the potential in an outdated retail center, DPC Development enlisted Galloway’s service to breathe new life into the center.
Galloway assisted Boston Chicken, Inc. in a multiple location project development program throughout Colorado and Wyoming, concurrently executing multiple projects over a short period of time in order to meet the client’s schedule.
Galloway served as the primary consultant for BMW Motorcycles and provided complete development services.
Littleton Village is the 40-acre redevelopment of the old Marathon Oil site located at South Dry Creek Road and South Broadway in Littleton, Colorado.
Galloway provides national program management services for Les Schwab Tire Centers.
Galloway provided full services for this Les Schwab Tire Center in Lafayette, Colorado, which included the design of an electric charging station. These stations charge electric vehicles and are connected to building power.
Galloway provided planning, visioning, full civil design and full architectural design for three multi-tenant buildings on this mixed-use development totaling 18,500 square feet. Mayor Wayne Harper called this project a “rebirth” for the community.
Galloway served as the primary consultant for Land Rover offering a full range of services.
Galloway provided development services to Kohl's and served as a site development coordinator (SDC) for projects throughout the western United States.
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Galloway, in conjunction with Shea Properties, completed the new large-format King Soopers Marketplace at Chambers Road and East 104th Avenue in Commerce City.
Galloway provided renovation and new construction for the regional landmark truck stop and restaurant facility.
Galloway supported Jack in the Box, Inc. with their multiple location project development program in Colorado as well as emerging markets in Kansas and Missouri.
Galloway has provided full building and site design for H2Wow car wash facilities, including the design of an approximately 3,500 sf ground-up, tunnel car wash with external vacuums and carpet cleaners, dog wash rooms and office space.
Galloway assisted Good Times Restaurants, Inc. with multiple location project development.
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Galloway has provided overall visioning, master planning, entitlements, civil engineering and architectural design for multiple First Bank projects.
Galloway modified Goodyear’s prototype building design to meet local development regulations, respond to site-specific conditions, and compliment the architectural style of adjacent developments.
During the site design process, Galloway pays careful attention to site access, building location and orientation, and onsite vehicular and pedestrian circulation in order to maximize each site’s potential.
This project successfully adapted a vacant automotive garage into an award-winning vibrant food court facility and is seamlessly integrated into an extremely active retail complex. Galloway provided architectural design, full planning and engineering for the 9,300 sf site.
Galloway performed architecture, civil engineering, development and entitlements, landscape architecture, planning, structural engineering and site lighting & photometric design for this storage facility.
Galloway performed architecture, development and entitlements, landscape architecture and site lighting & photometric design for this storage facility.
Ent Credit Union features a high roof and windows over the lobby, an asymmetrical entrance awning, drive thru canopy, and Class A finishes.
Edgemark Self Storage in Glendale includes a four-story building, with three-story cold form steel over a structural steel podium.
Galloway is providing site, land development and building design services for Dutch Bros Coffee along the Front Range, as the drive-through coffee chain continues to expand their market presence outside of the West Coast.
Development services for Dollar General included due diligence, preliminary site investigation, site planning, grading design, utility design, and stormwater quality measures.
Galloway’s in-depth knowledge of the land development process and automotive service facilities plays a valuable role in meeting Discount Tire’s development program goals.
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Galloway has partnered with Safeway for a remodel of their Monument, CO location.