Dr. Patricia D. Galloway

Pegasus Global Holdings, Inc.
Seattle, WA

 

Dr. Patricia D. Galloway serves as an advisor to the energy and infrastructure industries regarding corporate governance, corporate integrity, risk management, contracting/delivery, industry best practices, program/project management, standard of care, and project controls on complex megaprojects worldwide. She also serves as a member of the U.S. National Science Board, appointed by President Bush with Senate confirmation in 2006 for a six-year term, and served as its Vice Chair from 2008-2010. She is a mediator and an international arbitrator and is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Dr. Galloway is a member of the Commercial, Large Complex Case, Construction and ICDR panels. She is also the Chair of the AAA National Construction Dispute Resolution Committee.

Pat received her Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Purdue University in 1978 with majors in both structures and construction management, a Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Magna cum Laude from the New York Institute of Technology in 1984, a PhD in Infrastructure Systems (Civil) Engineering from the Kochi University of Technology in Japan in 2005, and an Honorary Doctorate of Science from the South Dakota School of Mines in 2011. She is currently enrolled in the Strauss Institute’s Certificate of Dispute Resolution Program at Pepperdine University. With over 32 years of experience globally, she is a Registered Professional Engineer in 14 US States, Manitoba, Canada and Australia. Dr. Galloway is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and holds a certificate of Director Education by the National Association of Corporate Directors and has serves on a number of private and non-profit boards.

She has served as an advisor to electric utilities, private and public owners and contractor clients including board audit and compliance committees and has served as a member of various risk management assessment and independent review panels (IRP), including her current Chair appointment by the Legislature and Governor of the State of Washington for the Expert Review Panel on the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project and both the Governors of Washington and Oregon to the IRP for the Columbia River Crossing Project. She serves on the Eastern Washington Governor’s Business Advisory Council and the Discovery Science Channel’s Board of Advisors. She is a member of the NY Institute of Technology Engineering Dean’s Advisory Council and has also served on the Purdue University Engineering Dean’s Advisory Council. Dr. Galloway has been recognized by her peers and is an elected member to the National Academy of Construction, the Pan American Academy of Engineering, and the position of Fellow in several professional organizations.

In 2004, Pat served as the first woman President of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Courses

  • Construction Mediation and the User Experience: Pathways to Settlement and Satisfaction
  • Preparing for and Managing a Construction Arbitration

Upcoming Sessions

Course TitleLocationDatesFormatStatusView
Construction Mediation and the User Experience: Pathways to Settlement and Satisfaction-Recorded WebinarOPEN