Charlotte, NC, January 20, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- WK Dickson & Co., Inc. has announced that David L. Pond, PE, Executive Vice President, has been reappointed by North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory to serve on the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors. Pond was initially appointed to serve in 2007, and with this reappointment will serve on the board through 2018.
The North Carolina Board of Examiners is the governing body responsible for administration and regulation of the professions of engineering and land surveying in North Carolina. The Board reviews applications, administers examinations, licenses qualified applicants, and regulates the Professional practice of the licensees throughout the State.
“I am very grateful for citizens such as you who give their time and talent to serve the State of North Carolina,” said Governor McCrory. “Your service makes a positive impact in our state.”
A graduate of North Carolina State University, David has been part of the engineering industry for more than 30 years. He joined WK Dickson in 1985 as an Associate and quickly grew into the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer.
David has served on various committees and in executive leadership roles in many state and national associations including Professional Engineers of North Carolina (PENC) and the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Carolina (ACEC/NC).
WK Dickson is an Engineering News Record Top 500, multi-disciplined consulting firm specializing in total community infrastructure solutions including: Airport Planning & Design; Environmental & Water Resources Engineering; Community Planning & Site Development; and Geospatial Technology. Our goal is to help communities improve the lives of its citizens through sound, ecologically responsible design principals. The firm has been headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina since its founding in 1929. We have grown to operate seven regional offices strategically located throughout the Southeastern United States including Charlotte, Hickory, Raleigh and Wilmington, NC; Columbia, SC; Augusta and Atlanta, GA.