Our Public Safety Facilities group brings relevant knowledge leadership and carefully guiding community stakeholders through responsible decision-making.
The process of developing new and improving older public sector facilities is not without organizational and political challenges. Our in-house design team has the experience and practical judgement to work with you and your stakeholders to create environments that have the required clarity and logic to overcome complex situations and meet the strictest program requirements.
Our project experience in the design of public safety facilities includes police, fire, emergency operations, communication/command centers, operations center and training centers.
- Police Training Facilities
- Fire Training Facilities
- Animal Welfare Facilities
- Public Safety Facilities
- 911 Centers
- Police Headquarters
- Police Precincts
- Fire Headquarters
- Fire Stations
- Vehicle Maintenance Facilities
- Material Storage Facilities
- Detention/Correctional Facilities
- Municipal Administration Centers
- Justice Centers
Mitchell Davis, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Doug Hannah, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Project Manager
Construction of Cobb County Fire Station #18, located on Mars Hill Road in Acworth, is well underway with a projected completion date in September 2018. Pond Constructors was selected to provide CM-at-Risk construction services for this project, which broke ground in...
Student and faculty safety on the academic campus is being re imagined across the nation. With the latest news stories and events that have unfolded over the past few years, now more than ever, parents demand learning environments that have quick response security...
Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services opened the first phase of their new $5 million state-of-the-art training center on December 10. “I don’t think you could find a better facility anywhere in the United States,” Retired Cherokee County Fire Chief and current Cherokee County District 2 Commissioner Raymond Gunnin said. Pond & Company completed the master plan and schematic design for the full build-out of the 14.2-acre site.