We provide full-service planning, engineering, construction and management solutions for fuel storage and distribution systems at major international airports and DoD installations world wide.
Responsive planning and design are essential to achieving the goals of today’s fueling providers and Pond has the experience and passion to deliver. Our highly trained and specialized professionals bring vast experience – delivering more than 1,000 fueling projects at more than 300 locations worldwide ranging in construction size from $50,000 to $120,000,000. Through traditional design, design-build and other delivery methods that meet federal government and commercial procurement standards and requirements, Pond puts an emphasis on exceptional design, cost control, quality, and schedule. Fueling clients include major airlines, FBO’s, oil companies, airport authorities and numerous branches of the military.
- Fueling System Master Plans
- Fuel Storage & Distribution Systems
- Pipeline Systems & Breakout Storage
- Tank Repairs & Upgrades
- Loading Racks
- Marine Receipt & Loading Arms
- Rail Offload & Load
- Pump Stations
- Hydrant Systems
- Filtration Systems
- Fire Protection
- Cathodic Protection Systems
- Vapor Control, Recovery & Destruction
Working with Pond
Pond is involved with multiple ongoing contracts, click here to view the listing.
Kris Allegood, PE, API 570/653
Pond was recently awarded an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Multiple Award Construction Contract with Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southwest. The contract provides for new construction, renovation, and repair of natural gas and...
Pond has been hard at work for the O’Hare Fuel Committee (OFC) on the design and installation of new fuel transmission mains at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The O'Hare Fuel System Improvement Program (FSIP) is part of the O’Hare Modernization Program (OMP),...
The Pond constructors team recently celebrated its safety accomplishments while working on two new 37,000 bbl jet fuel storage tanks. Since the start of field efforts, the Pond team has worked 9,617 man-hours on the project without experiencing any injuries. While the...