Pond recently performed an emergency response to reactivate a moth ball fuel system at Baltimore/ Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall) for a new cargo carrier at its midfield facility. Pond performed quick turnaround as a REG system needed to be inspected, flushed and commissioned within 30 days before the first airplane arrived on May 1. With a quick response, the teams delivered ahead of schedule.

“I was extremely pleased with the response time and Pond’s performance,” says Wayne Pennell, Chief, BWI Operations and Maintenance. “We had a new cargo air carrier starting within six weeks of notification and Pond responded, worked with our stakeholders, and completed the project prior to our expected completion date. The team at Pond was very responsive and knowledgeable; I was impressed with the expertise that was demonstrated throughout completion.”

Pond’s Mechanical Integrity team performed a STI SP001 inspection on the aboveground fuel tanks and Pond Constructors managed ASIG for the repairs, testing and commissioning of the system.

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