Mr. Bond served in the Army Medical Service Corps for 30 years, retiring at the rank of Colonel. Throughout his military career, he was involved in the planning, programming, design and construction of medical treatment and research facilities around the world for the Army Surgeon General. In his final six-year assignment as the Commander of the U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency, he led the largest growth of the Army Medical Department facility acquisition program in 50 years, with over $4 billion dollars of projects in planning or execution. He retired in 2009, and was recognized for his service with the U.S. Army Distinguished Service Medal.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; a Master’s Degree in Architecture and a Master’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Engineering Management from the University of Michigan; and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Architecture from Princeton University. He is a registered Architect, a member of the American Institute of Architects and a Fellow of the Health Facility Institute.