Andersonville National Historic Site - Long Range Interpretive Plan
Pond collaborated with the National Park Service to develop a Long- Range Interpretive Plan (LRIP) for the Andersonville National Historic Site. The site includes Camp Sumpter, one of the largest military prisons established during the Civil War, and Andersonville National Cemetery, the resting place of deceased POWs. The National Prisoner of War Museum, added in 1998, honors POWs of all wars. The Pond Team led stakeholders and park staff through interactive exercises at two site workshops to determine potential interpretive sites and themes within the park to enhance the visitor experience. The LRIP identifies and analyzes interpretation, education, and visitor experience for the park. The plan recommends interpretive programs throughout the Andersonville National Historic Site, as well as educational and advocacy programs in neighboring communities.
Brian Yerby, PE, PG, USAR LTC (Ret), Joins Pond’s Federal Business Development Team
ATLANTA, GA - (June 8, 2023) – Pond today announced that Brian Yerby, PE, PG, U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, Retired, has joined the firm’s Federal Business Development Team as a Pacific Region Client Lead. In this role, Yerby will be using his extensive...
Pond Awarded Contract to Design New Quick Start Training Center
ATLANTA, GA - (June 5, 2023) – Through a partnership with the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC), the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), and Quick Start, Pond has been awarded a contract to provide architecture and engineering services...
Certified Industrial Hygienist Mark Kline Joins Pond’s Environmental Group
ATLANTA, GA - (June 2, 2023) – Pond today announced that Mark Kline has joined the firm’s Environmental and Water Resources Group as a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH). In this role, Kline will support Pond’s environmental health and safety services for clients in...