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.

An award-winning design architect, Mark has spent the majority of his career focused on educational facility design. As the lead of Pond’s Higher Education practice, he creates architecture that inspires clients and enhances communities. “I have found the experience of AIA leadership to be most rewarding and I am delighted to be working along-side a group of passionate professionals to promote the value of great design in our community,” Mark said.

“Mark Levine’s insight into the future of the architectural profession is helping shape amazing opportunities for learning, leadership and fellowship among AIA Georgia members,” – Marci Reed, Executive Director at AIA Georgia.

Matthew’s enthusiasm and dedication to landscape architecture was palpable in his first letter as president to the members of the ASLA Georgia Chapter. “…landscape architects are becoming ever more respected and valued for all that we do,” said Matthew, who has spent the last 13 years pursuing excellence in landscape architecture. Matt has received multiple design awards over his career for projects ranging from large-scale multi-family residential to small-scale infill developments, streetscapes and parks.

Pond & Company promotes a culture of leadership, not only inside the company, but within the professional community as well. Our staff members, from recent graduates to executive board members, are actively involved in sharing their expertise, mentorship, and passion for shaping the future of the industry. We congratulate Mark and Matthew on their recent accomplishments, personal commitment and professional contributions to building and improving our community.

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