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Oct 1, 2019

Best Practices for Self-Performing Complex Underground Urban Infrastructure

Written by:

Dan Foppiano, Vice President, New York City, Civil & Utility

Topic: Bronx, Civil & Utility, Electric T & D, Gas Piping, NYC

BOND has been working in New York City’s five boroughs for the past four years and we’ve loved every minute of it – the city’s electricity and variety of work are exhilarating, yet the complexities add a layer of challenge … Read More

Apr 23, 2019

Top 3 Trends in the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Industry

Written by:

Aaron Govoni, Senior Project Manager, Civil & Utility

Topic: Civil & Utility, Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG

BOND has been working in the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) arena for over 15 years. With the LNG market continuing on a path of rapid growth, clients need responsive and expert advice on how to manage these critical assets. Aaron … Read More

Dec 3, 2018

The Tech Advantage for Owners: 5 Questions with Chris Fogg and Olivia Gardner

Written by:

The BOND Marketing Team

Topic: Augmented Reality, Building Information Modeling, Integrated Services, Laser Scanning, MEP Coordination, Virtual Design & Construction

Technology innovation is transforming the way we plan, manage risk, and build. Translating digital advances into tangible benefits for clients, however, is often missing in all the industry hype. We asked Chris Fogg and Olivia Gardner of BOND’s Integrated Services Group … Read More

May 1, 2018

Overcoming the Unknown – Risk Management Lessons from the Front Lines

Written by:

Tony Bond, Vice President, Oil & Gas

Topic: Oil & Gas, Risk Management

Tony Bond leads BOND’s Oil & Gas Group and oversees its growth and development. His dedication to creating a team culture focused on safety and quality is one of the reasons for the company’s success and its expansion throughout the … Read More

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