A new group of leaders were recently recognized and promoted at Pond, a progressive, full-service architecture, engineering, planning and construction firm providing quality services to government, corporate and private sector clients throughout the world. These individuals demonstrate extensive knowledge in their respective fields, and embody Pond’s dedication to providing its clients with exceptional customer service and innovative solutions.
Bryan Evans has been named Vice President of Corrosion and Integrity Management. Bryan has a diverse background in corrosion evaluation and mitigation of buried and submerged metallic structures, with more than 24 years’ experience in design and management of various water and wastewater projects. He also has extensive experience in management of corrosion control project teams from both design and system evaluation perspectives. His project experience covers extensive water and wastewater projects, including both transmission and distribution piping for municipal, industrial and military clients. In addition to system evaluation and design, Bryan has wide-ranging experience in the installation of both galvanic and impressed current cathodic protection systems for water applications throughout the southeastern U.S.
Mark Levine, FAIA, has been named Vice President of Architecture. Mark leads Pond’s architectural practice with more than 28 years of award-winning design experience. His portfolio includes design and management of a broad spectrum of project types ranging from primary, higher and technical education projects to facilities that support advanced technology and research. Mark was also recently elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, in recognition of his notable contributions to the advancement of the profession of architecture.
Bob Williams, PE, has been named Vice President of Community Development. Bob has more than 28 years consulting experience in civil, environmental and structural engineering and construction. He is accomplished in municipal, commercial, industrial, and residential site feasibility, planning, development and review.
Ron Osterloh, PE, has been named Senior Vice President, where he oversees a staff of approximately 80 engineers, landscape architects and transportation planners. Ron is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and has more than 20 years of experience in the transportation and civil engineering industry. As leader of Pond’s Transportation and Civil Engineering practice, Ron has extensive experience in management of design teams and developing unique and innovative design solutions.
Lorraine A. Green, PE, has been named Executive Vice President. She has more than 30 years of experience providing engineering and environmental consulting services to the Oil & Gas industry. Lorraine’s responsibilities include leading Pond’s Oil & Gas team in Atlanta and Houston, including natural gas, midstream, fueling, corrosion control and environmental services.
“Our newest officers go above and beyond to help guide us down a path of continued success,” says Tony Parker, President and CEO. “Their commitment to our strategic growth, and the hard work they put in each and every day is absolutely invaluable.”