Alta Air Traffic Control Center - Atlanta, GA
The Atlanta Air Traffic Control Center included four separate reports, one for each facility located within the property. The initial site visit was completed in September 2016 and the reports were completed in April 2017. Pond spent two weeks on site collecting data and another three months building the model, compiling the reports and running analysis. Out of the two weeks, Pond spent two separate nights preforming their work during the third shift to avoid possible issues with critical systems. Below is the list of individual site and points of interest for each site, giving a total of 1,260 points of interest for the entire project.
Evaluating Georgia’s Aviation System and its Need for Aircraft Storage Hangars
I recently had the opportunity to meet with the Georgia State Legislature Joint Study Committee on Airport Infrastructure and Improvements. I presented findings evaluating Georgia's current aviation infrastructure with a special focus on hangars. A clear plan for...
Pond Project Earns Envision Silver Award
ATLANTA – (12.20.19) – Pond, an industry leader in engineering, architecture, planning and construction services, is pleased to announce that the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) has recognized our partner, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International...
Aviation Infrastructure Solutions JV Team Awarded Contract with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Team will Provide Architectural and Engineering Services to Enhance Airport Experience ATLANTA – (01.15.19) The Aviation Infrastructure Solutions (AIS) Joint Venture was recently awarded a multi-year contract for Architectural and Engineering Design Services at...