Safe Dams

A safe dam will weather the storm. 

Pond’s team of experts understands the need to keep your dam in compliance with the Georgia Safe Dams Program (GASDP). Allow us to help guide you through the requirements to keep your dam a safe one. 

We provide clients with a full range pf inspection, maintenance and design services:

  • Planning Studies
  • Inspections & Engineering Assessments
  • UAV (aerial) and Conduit Video Inspections
  • Hydrologic/ Hydraulic Analysis 
  • Principal/ Auxiliary Spillway Structural Evaluations
  • Breach Analysis/ EAPs
  • Auxilary Spillway Erodibility Evaluations (SITES)
  • Rehabilitation Design
  • Design Reviews/ Permitting
  • Construction Phase Services
  • Environmental Permitting

Our firm is large enough to take on multiple assignments within your schedule, while remaining small enough to provide personalized client care.

We are confident and passionate in the work we do and we are determined to make your project the best one yet. 

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