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The Atlanta Business Chronicle published their annual “Atlanta’s Top 25 Engineering Firms” list with Pond & Company moving up to #4 from #5 in 2013, marking the thirteenth year in a row Pond & Company has earned a place on the list. With a steadfast commitment to...read more
Pond & Company (Pond) is pleased to announce that J. Al Pond, PE, Chief Executive Officer, was awarded the Georgia Engineering Alliance (GEA) Lifetime Achievement Award. For the past 42 years, Mr. Pond has helped shape the built environment through his work as an...read more
Pond & Company (POND) was the recipient of an honor award from the Georgia Engineering Alliance for their North Avenue: Re-Opening Georgia Tech’s Historic Gateway project during Georgia’s “Engineers Week” in February 2014. As a primary pedestrian corridor through the...read more
The American Institute of Architects and American Society of Landscape Architects recently recognized two Pond & Company leaders for their dedication to and expertise in their fields: Mark Levine, our Higher Education Practice Leader, was elected as the 2014 President of AIA Georgia and Matthew Wilder, Landscape Architect and Senior Project Manager, was chosen as 2014 President for the Georgia Chapter of ASLA.read more
The Maynard Holbrook Jackson Jr. Boulevard at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport project received the 2013 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Georgia Grand Award for Engineering Excellence and the People’s Choice Award. Pond & Company, as part of The AIS Joint Venture, collaborated with The Ascend Joint Venture to overcome the design challenges of creating a new entrance to the world’s busiest airport.read more
Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services opened the first phase of their new $5 million state-of-the-art training center on December 10. “I don’t think you could find a better facility anywhere in the United States,” Retired Cherokee County Fire Chief and current Cherokee County District 2 Commissioner Raymond Gunnin said. Pond & Company completed the master plan and schematic design for the full build-out of the 14.2-acre site.read more