Our highly-trained and specialized professionals bring vast experience delivering new design, major renovation, adaptive-reuse, and expansion projects through traditional design, RFP Development, design-build and other delivery methods for all Active and Reserve components of the United States Air Force.
Our Military Facilities Program achieves the highest level of project satisfaction and meets mission critical objectives by providing full-service planning, architecture, engineering, construction, and construction management solutions to the U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserve.
Our design and document process meets federal government procurement standards and requirements, with emphasis on exceptional design, cost control, quality, schedule, energy conservation, and sustainability.
Working with Pond
Pond is involved with multiple ongoing vertical and horizontal project contracts. Click here to view the current listing. Please note that we are unable to provide information relating to contracting activities per Government acquisition policy.
- Administrative Facilities
- Air Traffic Control Towers
- Aircraft Alert Complex
- Aircraft Maintenance Hangars
- Airfield Lighting and Navaids
- Dining Facilities
- Emergency Response Facilities
- Energy Conservations Programs
- Fitness Centers
- Flight Simulators
- Fire Stations
- Intelligence and Cyber Operations
- Maintenance Shops
- Medical Training
- POL/Fueling Systems
- Runways, Taxiways & Aprons
- Small Arms Ranges
- Security Forces/Armories
- Squadron/Flight Operations
- Stormwater Management Facilities
- Supply Warehouses
- Training Facilities
- Utilities and Infrastructure
Christopher J. Farnie, PE, LEED AP
Senior Vice President
Mark Susa, AIA, LEED AP, REM
Pond was honored to be selected as the Seymour S. Greenfield Sustaining Member Award winner for 2017. Senior Project Manager Pam Little joined Executive Vice President John Cassidy, Vice President Mike Magahey, Program Manager George Fragulis, Program Manager Steve...
Pond recently attended the groundbreaking ceremony at the Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station. This ceremony kicked off the transition to the C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft, which is replacing the C-130 Hercules currently at the base. Several projects under three...
Pond’s Greg Culpepper (Principal / National Guard Bureau Programs Operation Manger), Mark Hanselman (Senior Structural Engineering), Chris Jenkins (Principal / Director of Structural Engineering), and Mark Susa (Senior Associate / National Guard Bureau Program Leader)...