Gator Galbraith has more than 30 years of experience providing construction management services including project management, contract administration, critical path method (CPM) scheduling, cost estimating, constructibility review, construction inspection, engineering and materials testing and inspection,and claims analysis, expert testimony, and litigation support services.
As Dispute Resolution Services Leader, Gator is responsible for overseeing MBP’s dispute resolution consulting practice which provides hands-on expertise and accurate analysis of disputed issues for public owners, designers, contractors, developers, and attorneys on a wide range of project sectors. His construction experience includes roads and bridges, public utilities, low and high-rise buildings, residential subdivisions, apartment buildings, embassies, hotels, libraries, churches, dams, wastewater treatment plants, oil refineries, and other specialty projects.
BS, Civil Engineering, Virginia Tech
1. What was/is the project you are most proud of?
A few. For an on-site construction management role, the Danville, Virginia, By-pass Bridges and OBO Iraq program. For a disputes project, the Hamaca, Venezuela, Crude Oil Upgrader.
2. Where did you grow up?
I was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and have been in Tampa, Florida, since 2010. I returned to Florida after 34 years in Virginia – my father was transferred from Jacksonville to Northern Virginia because of impacts from the 1970s oil crisis.
3. What are some of your hobbies?
Anything related to warm water – boating, beaches, etc.
4. What is your dream vacation/favorite travel spot?
Caribbean islands or anywhere with a beach and warm water.