By merging Pond’s design, engineering and construction expertise, we create cost-effective and efficient industrial solutions for our manufacturing and logistics clients.
Pond’s industrial team combines the science of building construction with the precision of engineering to create a full range of industrial solutions, including planning, design, estimating, scheduling, engineering, construction management and general contracting.
Whether you need design, construction or both, all our professional services are supported in-house. We have the experience necessary to handle process changes, complex renovations, retrofits, re-purposing or complete building projects.
Our industrial clients are recognized leaders in aerospace, railroad, logistics, power generation, thermoplastics, bio-medical, metal fabrication, coatings, and other product manufacturing. They find that our sensible solutions save on time and costs without sacrificing quality.
- Mechanical | Electrical Engineering
- Piping | Process Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Fire Protection Engineering
- Hazards Analysis | Loss Prevention
- Civil Engineering
- CM at Risk
- Estimating | Pre-Construction Services
- Planning | Concepts
Alex Holbrook, PE, LEED AP
Tony Pitrone joins Pond as Senior Vice President and Principal
ATLANTA – (12.03.18) – Pond, an industry leader in planning, architecture, engineering and construction services, is pleased to announce the addition of Tony Pitrone as Senior Vice President and Principal in our Peachtree Corners office. Pitrone will be responsible...
Pond’s Culture Builds Basis for Success
[As featured in ENR Magazine April 30, 2018 Edition] Nearly 50 years after the firm started as a home-based business in 1965, engineering and planning firm Pond decided it was time to grow—by rapidly expanding its workforce. With engineering talent in high demand...
Streamline and simplify your next project using the Design-Build delivery process
On many construction projects, design-build delivery offers significant advantages over more traditional delivery systems including shorter construction, lower costs, continuous and unified quality control and reduced risk for the project owner. A study conducted by...