Taxiway Relocation - Harris County Airport, GA
The Pond Team was selected as the consultant for Harris County Airport just after bids were received by the County for the construction of the Taxiway Relocation, designed by another firm. The 5,000-foot full-parallel taxiway was too close to the runway and did not meet current FAA airport design standards. The Pond Team provided quick engagement on the program, evaluating bids and reviewing the project with the County, GDOT, and the selected contractor. We executed a program management plan for initiating the project in a timely manner, including a robust value engineering analysis and negotiation with contractor which reduced the cost of the project with minimal impact to scope, extensive coordination with GDOT and the County, and a comprehensive construction administration effort to include frequent site visits by Jack Mayfield, lead civil engineer, as well as full-time resident project representative, Aulick Engineering.
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...
Huntsville International (HSV) Security Upgrade Featured in Airport Improvement
Pond designed a facility-wide security upgrade for Huntsville International Airport in Huntsville, Alabama. After performing a security threat and vulnerability assessment, Pond helped the airport develop an automated multilevel system to replace the outdated...
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...