Traveling in today’s fast-paced world, it is tempting to move quickly from one architectural wonder to the next with the confidence that you adequately captured all you could with a few smartphone pics – but you have not.
This past year our firm celebrated the completion of two very different buildings: a new church campus for Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church and the Parish Evangelization Center at St. William Catholic Church.
Last month our own Bob Galloway had the opportunity to travel to Uganda with a team of design and construction professionals from Austin Ridge Bible Church to help support church and community infrastructure building in Pader, Uganda.
This spring we've been closely monitoring the construction of Cityview Bible Church, which is well underway in Round Rock, TX. Braun and Butler Construction is running a tight ship, responding well to heavy rains and winds…
This winter our own Allison Stoos achieved licensure as an Architect in the great State of Texas, making her the youngest member of the Jackson Galloway team to do so in recent memory. Congratulations, Allison!
Greater Mount Zion New Campus is officially open. The new building is truly a great sight to see, and through this project we have been blessed to share and support the congregation's reason for being…
Celebrating their 40th birthday as a church body, Bethany United Methodist Church consecrating their new 1,100-seat Worship Center last month, designed by Jackson Galloway in design-build partnership with Spawglass Constructors.
We are pleased to announce that Jackson Galloway Associates has moved to a new office location, just 1.3 miles up the road, as of October 31st, 2016. New address is 3520 Bee Cave Road, Suite 150 / Austin, TX 78746.
Famously photographed by Ansel Adams and painted by Georgia O'Keeffe, the San Francisco de Asis Mission Church continues to inspire generations of artists. Our own Kennedy Columbo enjoyed capturing this building with watercolors while traveling through Taos, New Mexico.
We don’t always view facility maintenance as part of ministry, but consider how a first-time guest sees your property. Does this new mom see grimy, stained carpet in the nursery? Does that Dad see weed-ridden landscaping?
Jackson Galloway's church design work was recently featured in an editorial piece for the American Bible Society, exploring the powerful connections possible between scripture and the design of church facilities.