Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center Plaza - Atlanta, GA
When the U.S. General Services Administration sought LEED Existing Building Certification for the Federal Center, they hired Pond & Company to redevelop their landscape plan.
Pond established a plan to earn site credits for LEED EB with a vibrant landscape design dominated by native and site appropriate plant species and rivers of recycled tumbled glass, all of which reduce irrigation needs.
The designers created sinuous bands of plant material and recycled glass in contrast to the severe angles of the existing plaza. These dramatic, bright green and blue swaths of glass, along with the adjacent flows of ornamental grasses, shrubs, perennials and annuals provide visual excitement and architectural interest to the once stark plaza. The glass beds were inspired by the glass artwork in the windows above the main entrance to the Federal Center.
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...