Fort Jackson is the largest initial entry training center in the U.S. Army, training an estimated 50 percent of all new soldiers each year. Providing the Army with new freshly trained soldiers is the one of the post’s primary missions. Pond partnered with Fort Jackson to design an updated Reception Complex and Battalion Headquarters at Fort Jackson that would go on to meet the base’s needs for 50 years and beyond. Pam Little, PE, PMP, M. SAME and Randall Bailey, PE, PMP, F. ASCE, M. SAME, discuss this project in The Military Engineer’s November – December 2021 edition. Read more here.
Program Manager George Fragulis discusses planning, scheduling and the importance of teamwork in his article, "Working Through Multiple Funding Sources and Compressed Schedules" for the July-August issue of The Military Engineer. In the article, Fragulis talks about...
Edging out the “giants” of the corrosion engineering field, Pond & Company was awarded a one-year indefinite delivery Cathodic Protection and Corrosion Control Design Contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District.