Pond is a progressive, full-service architecture, engineering, planning and construction firm providing quality services to government, corporate and private sector clients throughout the world. We help clients achieve their missions by being Responsive People and Real Partners.
ATLANTA – (02.26.18) The new Lanier Technical College Campus in Hall County, Georgia was recognized by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC Georgia) for engineering excellence. In the summer of 2015, Pond was selected to design the new $100 million+...read more
ATLANTA – (02.25.18) Pond has been named Engineering Employer of the Year by the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers (GSPE) for an unprecedented third year in a row! Dedication to community, care for our clients, and commitment to professional growth are just a...read more
Throughout their industries and in the community, Pond’s female leaders are rising to the top and our Columbia, South Carolina team is no exception. Pond is proud to employ individuals who dedicate their time and energy to industry membership groups that encourage...read more
Aviation Infrastructure Solutions JV Team Awarded Contract with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Team will Provide Architectural and Engineering Services to Enhance Airport Experience ATLANTA – (01.15.19) The Aviation Infrastructure Solutions (AIS) Joint Venture was recently awarded a multi-year contract for Architectural and Engineering Design Services at...read more
Pond, an industry leader in planning, architecture, engineering and construction services is pleased to announce that Rodney Hoke, Sasan Hosein, David Hunter and Matthew Wilder have been named Principals at the firm. These individuals are leaders in their industries...read more
ATLANTA – (12.13.18) – Pond, an industry leader in engineering, construction, planning and architecture services, is pleased to announce the addition of Emily Rech as Program Manager for the firm’s Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) Oil and...read more