Airfield Reconstruction Projects - Vermont Air National Guard, Burlington, VT
Pond designed three separate replacement projects at VTANG Burlington, VT to address the operational needs of the 158th Fighter Wing. The current airfield facilities, facing a combination of concrete deterioration and failure along with geometrics that are not in compliance with the UFC, are being designed to bring the airfield into compliance and provide a strong foundation upon which to advance the mission of the 158th.
Pond is widening Taxiway Foxtrot and Taxiway Delta, replacing the full pavement section and addressing the additional, off-pavement grading required to accept the UFC compliant, widened section.
Additionally, Pond is designing two new Arm/Disarm pads to the north and south ends of the project limits along Taxiways Delta and Foxtrot.
Finally, Pond is designing the corresponding apron replacement project to accommodate the mission aircraft, hangars and readying operations to include special in-ground airfield lights, perimeter security detection coordination, and airfield marking and signage.
Pond was honored to be selected as the Seymour S. Greenfield Sustaining Member Award winner for 2017. Senior Project Manager Pam Little joined Executive Vice President John Cassidy, Vice President Mike Magahey, Program Manager George Fragulis, Program Manager Steve...
9 March 2018 - Westfield, Massachusetts - More than a hundred attendees joined Senator Elizabeth Warren, Congressman Richard Neil, Governor Charlie Baker, and Major General Gary W. Keefe for the 104th Fighter Wing’s main hangar renovation ribbon cutting at Barnes Air...
Pond President and CEO Tony Parker and Program Manager Greg Culpepper recently attended the groundbreaking of the 175th Cyberspace Operations Facility at Fort George Meade, MD. The $5 million, 9,000 square foot project is the first building at Ft. Meade for the...