With more than 30 years of international energy expertise, Mike Jeffreys, PMP has been promoted to Vice President of Fuels Maintenance and Construction for Pond.

In building his successful career, Jeffreys focused his expertise around the programming, development and project management of complex fuel system design, construction, troubleshooting, and commissioning for government and defense clients across the nation and around the world.

Jeffreys oversees Pond’s dedicated team serving strategic CONUS and OCONUS military locations through multiple fuels maintenance, repair and construction contracts with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Huntsville, USACE Omaha, USACE Wiesbaden, and NAVFAC EXWC.

“Pond has built an impressive team with experts from Air Force, Navy, and civilian specialists with more than 300 years of combined fuels experience – there is absolutely nothing on a fuel system our team can’t handle,” said Jeffreys. “I am proud to deploy that expertise to our clients and the international fuels community.”

“Jeffreys’ commitment to excellence, mentorship, and complete client dedication were critical factors in naming him a Vice President of Pond,” said Lorraine Green, Executive Vice President for Pond.

Pond, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia was recently named Engineering News Record’s (ENR) Southeast Design Firm of the Year, and is a technology-driven full-service engineering, architecture, planning, and construction management firm providing design solutions to defense, government, corporate and private sector clients worldwide. With 24 locations throughout the US and overseas, Pond is one of the fastest growing A/E/C firms in the country, and a leading provider of fuels and energy services to globally support the Department of Defense, various federal agencies, and the energy sector.

Learn more about our Fuels Maintenance and Construction capabilities here.

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