Pond’s own Senior Project Manager Pam Little is featured in CREW ATL, a blog that showcases the expertise and accomplishments of women in the commercial real estate industry while providing information and tools that empower and inspire women to achieve professional excellence.
“Engineers and planners are instrumental in ensuring growth that meets today’s needs and goals,” state Little. “Each sector has unique real estate needs. The success of all sectors is dependent on proper planning for the expected future, proper execution for the existing need and availability of transportation.”
Her article, “The Role of Transportation in Private Development and Georgia’s Economic Growth” can be found here.
Pamela Little is a civil engineer specializing in land development. She has been licensed as a Professional Engineer in the State of Georgia since 2004. She spent the early years of her career in construction management and has spent the last 12 years in civil site design. With over 15 total years of industry experience, she is an Associate at Pond, an active participant and speaker for professional organizations, and a writer for the Georgia Engineer magazine on stormwater treatment and other topics. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Columbia University in New York and her Master’s degree from Georgia Tech. Both degrees were in Civil Engineering.