Long-Range Interpretive Plan - John Muir National Historic Site
Pond collaborated with the National Park Service to develop a Long-Range Interpretive Plan for the John Muir National Historic Site. The John Muir National Historic Site (Martinez, California) is comprised of almost 9 acres of fruit orchards at the Muir Home Site, where he lived from 1890 until his death in 1914. The site also encompasses 326 acres of natural area at nearby Mt. Wanda, originally part of Muir’s ranch where his family enjoyed nature walks.The site includes wooded grasslands owned by the naturalist, where he and his family hiked. John Muir is known as the Father of the National Park Service as well as the founder of the Sierra Club. The Long-Range Interpretive Plan identifies and analyzes interpretation, education, and visitor experience for the park. The plan recommends interpretive programs throughout the John Muir National Historic Site, as well as educational and advocacy programs in neighboring communities. The interpretation goal of the National Park Service is to provide opportunities for visitors to form intellectual and emotional connections with the park’s inherent symbolism.
Pond awarded GSA Schedule 871-7 contract
Pond was recently awarded the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 871-7 contract, which encompasses construction management and engineering consulting services related to real property services. The GSA 871-7 Schedule will allow Pond to create a...
Raymond Pond Solutions Awarded BMO Phase II Contract
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) recently awarded Building Maintenance and Operations (BMO) Phase II Contracts to small business contractors in several new zones throughout the country. This BMO Best-in-Class (BIC) strategic sourcing solution promotes...