Gilbert O. Gallegos, AIA
Senior Vice President

Mr. Gilbert O. Gallegos, AIA serves as Senior Vice President of Broaddus & Associates and Regional Director of the South Texas region, which includes both the San Antonio and Rio Grande Valley offices. Combined, those offices are currently managing over $450M worth of work and their clients include Texas Southmost College, Edinburg CISD, Alamo Colleges, and Edwards Aquifer Authority.


Mr. Gallegos is responsible for implementing company and contract policy, and for committing company resources, such as staff, equipment, and support to enable field assigned personnel to meet the needs of Broaddus & Associates' clients. He is also known for providing frequent customer interface at all levels to resolve issues, provide guidance, insight, and prompt timely decisions.


His experience includes all phases of work from reviewing design documents, managing project managers, resident construction managers, design-build firms, outside architects, special consultants, and testing firms to leading the implementation of alternative project delivery methods such as Design-Build and Construction Management-at-Risk.


Prior to joining Broaddus & Associates, he was a Senior Project Manager with The University of Texas System Office of Facilities Planning and Construction (OFPC) for the South Texas Region. He has led and managed the delivery of all capital projects for the region, which includes UT San Antonio, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, UT Brownsville, UT Pan American and the new Regional Academic Health Center in Harlingen.


As a Senior Project Manager, he led the project team through the entire project process from initial planning through design, construction, and commissioning of projects. Most notable during his UT System career was the accomplishment of $375 million worth of facilities for the South Texas Border Initiative and follow-on programs in his region. Due to his ability to apply construction industry Best Practices to improve project performance, his projects were well under construction by the following legislative session, which enhanced UT campuses' chances for more project funding.

Gilbert O. Gallegos, AIA | Senior Vice President