Bachelor of Science, Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Associate of Applied Science, Engineering Science
Alfred State, State University of New York
American Council of Engineering Companies – New York (ACEC-NY), Southern Tier Chapter, President, 2010
ACEC-NY, Department of Transportation Committee, Member
American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Member
Association for Bridge Construction & Design (ABCD)
American Concrete Institute (ACI)
Precast Concrete Association of New York (PCANY)
Christopher J. Bond, PE
PRESIDENT & CEO
Chris Bond graduated from Clarkson University in 1988 and immediately joined HUNT’s Transportation Division -- then led by Chuck Franzese. He honed his skills as a structural engineer predominantly on bridges in upstate New York, and by 1995 was working on a variety of building structures. In 1993, Chris earned his Professional Engineering license, and subsequently rose within HUNT to Director of Structural Engineering in 2001, Principal (2004), Corporate Secretary (2006), and Vice President (2015).
In 2019, Chris was named as HUNT's new President, taking over leadership from Dan Bower who remains on as CEO and Chief Strategic Officer. Chris is only the third President in HUNT's 45 year history.
Working on hundreds of horizontal and vertical design projects, Chris's professional highlights include the structural design of additions and alterations at the Dansville Central School, the concrete design at the water filtration facility in the Village of Watkins Glen, and the horizontally curved, New York State Route 23 Bridge. Other projects included Cornell’s Beebe Dam Foot Bridge, Schuyler County’s Shared Service Building, and the Corning Nasser Civic Center Ice Rink renovations.
After being appointed as President, Chris asserted that “Staying ahead of the curve when it comes to business practices and technology has always been a HUNT trademark, and at the same time my immediate priorities are going to be those cultural initiatives like personnel development and bolstering our project management capacity.”