ATLANTA – (01.12.21) – Pond, an industry leader in engineering, construction, planning, and architecture services, is proud to announce the promotion of Greg Culpepper to Vice President of Operations, where he will continue to serve the firm’s federal clients.
As Vice President of Operations, Culpepper will support Pond’s federal program by developing and implementing strategies to create a foundation for project success. He will direct project managers as they work on ongoing DoD projects. As he transitions to this role, his years of expertise and understanding of federal clients’ needs will inform and streamline processes that strengthen the programs operations.
“From my first day with the firm, Greg Culpepper has stood out as a leader. He has a deep technical background along with a keen business acumen. He will continue to help lead Pond as we seek growth moving forward,” said Bob Ruch, Executive Vice President for Pond’s Defense and Federal markets.
Greg Culpepper has diligently served Pond for over 22 years, beginning as a civil engineer and steadily advancing into larger leadership roles. For the entirety of his career, he has worked with federal and defense clients on military installations across the world. He also has a wide range of project management experience for horizontal and vertical construction projects, in addition to his extensive site development expertise. His responsive, proactive, and client-centered approach has made him a firm-wide resource to engineers of all experience levels.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Culpepper currently serves on the board of Society of American Military Engineers Robins Air Force Base Post. He holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
“I am grateful for this opportunity to serve in this role. I’ve been at Pond for over 22 years and am proud of the way we have expanded and grown while staying true to our mission and values,” said Greg Culpepper, PE, LEED BD+C. “What is on the horizon makes me very excited about Pond’s future.”