Our Military Facilities Program achieves the highest level of project satisfaction by providing full-service planning, architecture, engineering, construction, and construction management solutions to the U.S. Army and Army Reserve.
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 Army.
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.
- Access Control Points (ACP)
- Administrative Facilities
- Aircraft Maintenance Hangars
- Airfield Lighting and Navaids
- Airfield Pavements
- Battalion Operations
- Central Plants
- Child Development Centers/Education
- Dining Facilities
- Energy/Sustainability Programs
- Emergency Response Facilities
- Flight Simulators
- Historic Preservation
- Intelligence and Cyber Operations
- Laboratories and Testing Facilities
- Maintenance Shops
- Military Family Housing
- Operations Facilities
- POL/Fueling Systems
- Readiness Centers
- Recreation Centers
- Secure Facilities
- Squadron Operations
- Stormwater Management Facilities
- Training Facilities
Mike Magahey, PE
George Fragulis, PE, PMP, CEM, BEMP, LEED AP
Pond, through its joint venture with TetraTech, was recently awarded the design contract for the U.S. Army Reserve Louisville District to provide designs for Army Reserve facilities throughout the country. This contract award builds on the success that Tetra Tech |...
Program Manager George Fragulis discusses planning, scheduling and the importance of teamwork in his article, "Working Through Multiple Funding Sources and Compressed Schedules" for the July-August issue of The Military Engineer. In the article, Fragulis talks about...
Edging out the “giants” of the corrosion engineering field, Pond & Company was awarded a one-year indefinite delivery Cathodic Protection and Corrosion Control Design Contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District.