Senior Project Engineer
Senior Marketing Coordinator
Garth Stoppard, Jr.
Senior Project Manager
Isaias Villa Galvan
Senior Project Safety Manager
LEED Green Associate
Brian has worked on many of GLY’s most recognizable healthcare projects and goes out of his way to make sure clients are happy, even keeping a stash of chocolate hard hats on hand for hospital staff just in case. When he’s not building at work, he’s building at home and recently completed an addition to his house. Brian spends many weekends riding off road on the dunes with his wife and son and have no plans to slow down any time soon.
Chris leads GLY’s Accounting department with an enthusiasm for a supportive and tight-knit team culture. He views accounting as a new puzzle to solve each day and enjoys working through the challenges that accompany them. In his spare time, you can find Chris continuing to exercise his mind while reading, writing, and playing board games and video games.
As a second generation carpenter, Garth turned out to be a Jr. in more ways than one. Today Garth is a hard-working Superintendent who enjoys building challenges across sectors, from housing to commercial construction. Garth takes a very thorough, caring approach to getting things done on his projects, and enjoys the outdoor life in his spare time—especially riding dirt bikes, camping or doing anything on or near the water.
LEED AP, Associate DBIA™
Brian spent his first six years in the industry working on civil, large commercial and Sound Transit projects, starting his career as a Project Engineer. When he joined GLY, he immediately dove into the Lincoln Square Expansion, one of GLY’s largest projects to-date, and found his true calling as a Superintendent. When he’s not working on projects that change city skylines, he and his wife, Laure, venture into the great outdoors. In between his fly fishing, skiing, and motorcycling adventures, he visits his family as much as possible in Central Oregon and Montana.
With GLY since 1999, Amy has managed projects in all sectors and of all sizes. This versatility is what helps her guide teams in keeping the end goal in mind while addressing day-to-day challenges and complex problem-solving. She is an alumnus of the University of Washington with a BS in Construction Management and Minor in Architecture, has served on the board of her local YMCA, and is active in NAIOP and CREW. After work, Amy chases two very active children and the lifelong task of home remodeling.
Coming from three generations of builders, the construction process has been a mainstay throughout Hannah's life. Naturally, she caught the building bug and immersed herself in the industry early on, earning her Certificate in Construction Management from the University of Washington. She’s also a professional artist. If you’re a visual learner and lucky enough to have her on your project, you will be treated to sketches that support her explanations. As a painter, designer, photographer, and overall creative genius, it’s no surprise that Hannah’s favorite aspect of construction is having a perceptible display of the team’s progress.