J. Michael Galway, PE, LEED AP BD+C
J. Michael Galway is Managing Principal of Loring’s Washington, D.C., branch which, through his 33 years of multifaceted engineering experience, he has steered to a greater project diversity and complexity. Mike joined Loring in 2004, inspired by his high school study of the World Trade Center and its renowned Architect Minoru Yamasaki and Electrical Engineer Joe Loring. Since then Mike has contributed a wealth of expertise to Loring’s growing D.C. operation in the areas of building design, master planning, LEED and sustainable implementation, and quality assurance and quality control reviews for the GSA, the National Institutes of Health, and the Smithsonian Institution. In addition to managing the office’s day to day business and strengthening its presence in the healthcare, laboratory, and utility plant market sectors, Mike is also in charge of mechanical design on two of the nation’s treasured landmarks, the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne, and the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing.
Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University. He is licensed in CT, MA, VA, NJ, DE, WVA, NC, NY, PA and the District of Columbia, certified in plumbing engineering (CPD), and is a member of ASHRAE. He has a passion for the outdoors, his 1966 Mustang and antique bottle collecting