This week on the Jefferson Parish Pulse powered by JEDCO, we feature an interview with Sam Briuglio. Sam runs the Metairie office of Pond & Company, a full service architectural, engineering, and planning firm headquartered in Atlanta with offices all over the country. Pond’s Metairie office is the second largest office (behind the headquarters) and it’s driving gamechanging initiatives to a wide variety of high profile clients from right here.
As Senior Vice President of the Federal Program, Sam leads a team of planning, design and geospatial professionals at multiple locations in addition to Metairie, including Huntsville, Colorado Springs, San Diego, and Atlanta. With contracts ranging from military bases in the South to locations within the Pacific Theater, The work that Sam and his team facilitate from the Metairie office has a far-reaching impact.
On this episode of the Jefferson Parish Pulse, Sam talks about some of the latest work being done by the his dynamic team, many opportunities being afforded to the community by Pond’s presence in Jefferson Parish, and what he loves most about doing business here.
Learn more about Pond & Co. HERE.
ABOUT SAM BRIUGLIO
Sam Briuglio is Senior Vice President of the Federal Program including Federal Master Planning & Geospatial at Pond & Company, a full-service architectural, engineering, and planning firm that has been serving DoD and Non-DoD Federal clients for the last 55 years. As Senior Vice President of the Federal Program, Sam leads a team of planning, design and geospatial professionals at multiple locations throughout the US including New Orleans, Huntsville, Colorado Springs, San Diego, and Atlanta.
A native of New Orleans, Sam earned a Master’s Degree in Geography from the University of New Orleans, and has worked on federal and military master planning, geospatial and design projects for all branches of the US military, as well as EPA, NOAA, USGS, FBI, GSA and other organizations. He holds a high specialization in Federal and Military program development for multiple organizations worldwide, as well as strategic business development and visioning. In addition, he is an instructor for federal planning at the University of New Orleans.
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