Calum Galloway

Deputy Regional Director, WSP

Calum Galloway is Deputy Regional Director Bridges Scotland, Ireland and North East England. He is also Project Director for commissions in Scotland, Ireland and Northern England.

Prior to WSPs acquisition of Mouchel, Calum was Technical Director (Structures) in Mouchel’s Scotland and Ireland, Highways Design and Management Division following a role for 8 years as Bridges Manager for the NW Scotland Trunk Road Unit , where he was responsible for the maintenance and operation of over 1,500 road structures.  This involved overseeing a variety of Works and Professional Services including an annual inspection programme on up to 800 structures, twice-yearly cyclic maintenance and the design and delivery of maintenance and bridge replacement and strengthening works.

Calum is currently a Senior Bridge Inspector through the BICS scheme an assessor for Bridge Inspector Assessor for Lantra and has delivered a variety of workshops and training courses relating to bridge maintenance and bridge inspections.

My Speaker Sessions

Wednesday 30 November 2022


Post-tensioned concrete structures review and management in practice

11:45 - 12:35

Using the Great Bernera Bridge as the springboard and focus for this ambitious double-bill on post-tensioned structures, three presenters will veer from the macro to the micro beginning with insight into the development of advice and guidance on the management of post-tensioned bridges from BD 54/93 via BD 54/15 to CS 465. The significant proven benefits of that development will be outlined in the light of the CS 465 risk reports for Great Bernera Bridge and related PTSI site investigations and results. Also covered will be DMRB inspection requirements, the many challenges overcome on site, and the management of the testing procedure that was developed and ceased as a result of the structural conditions encountered. The session will conclude with the latest developments related to the replacement structure as well as the ongoing management of the existing Great Bernera Bridge.