Ken Galm, M.Eng., P.Eng., FCSCE
Ken is a Principal and Senior Engineer in the firm. His practice areas range from infrastructure planning, design, and construction; to industrial design and fall arrest engineering. His design expertise includes structural design, hydrotechnical design, river engineering, preliminary bridge engineering and bridge construction.
Ken’s strong client focus has built enduring relationships over his 30 plus years of practice with such organizations as the City of Edmonton, Alberta Transportation, and a host of private sector clientele. This vast experience has made Ken an invaluable technical reference within our office and to the larger engineering and construction sector.
Over his career Ken has had the privilege of working on a number of signature projects. Some of these include detailed design and hydrotechnical assessment of the Dudley Menzies LRT Bridge and assessments of major bridges including the High Level Bridge, 105 Street Retaining Wall, as well as the original Walterdale Bridge.
Alongside his notable capabilities in the bridge and infrastructure sectors, Ken also has extensive experience with design and troubleshooting of industrial structures and the design and installation of fall arrest systems.
Within the community, Ken is a Fellow with the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, and has been a longstanding member of the Knights of Columbus.
- Master of Engineering (Structural)
University of Alberta (1997)
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
University of Alberta (1987)
- Certificate of Completion, CSCE Bridge Hydraulics Course (2011)
- Fellow, The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
- Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta
- Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Northwest Territories
- The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering