The General Services Administration (GSA), Public Buildings Service (PBS), has awarded Procon two contracts to provide Construction Management, Program/Project Management Services and Building/Lease Inspection Services under a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). Procon was chosen through a competitive procurement to provide services not only on the Small Business Zonal BPAs that cover all four GSA zones across the country, but also on the nationwide unrestricted BPA.

“With Procon’s experience on some of GSA’s mega projects, it was particularly gratifying that Procon won a spot on the unrestricted nationwide contract,” said Mark Ilich, Procon’s Co-Founder and Executive Vice President. “We are the only small business granted an unrestricted award. We think GSA’s decision reflects well on our 23 years of service on federal projects.”

Procon’s successful selection was measured based on the breadth, depth, and relevance of our prior experience in performing similar work in each of GSA’s zones and our performance on the previous five-year GPA. Each new BPA runs through 2028.


Procon is proud to move up nine places on the ENR’s Top 100 Construction Management/PM-for-Fee Firms. In 2023 Procon ranked 86 which is up from the 95th spot in 2022. This year Procon also placed in the top 50 of ENR’s Top Construction Management Firms.

“We have been really pleased with our steady growth, both in terms of volume and geographic reach.” said President and Co-Founder, Kyu Jung. “We are doing work in over 30 states including projects in hard-to-reach places in both Alaska and Hawaii. Our teams have really been delivering the goods for our clients. ”

ENR performs annual surveys of its key segments, and ranks companies within those areas. Procon first ranked in this category in 2018


Welcome to the future. Together with our clients at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Procon participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony for the John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, developed as the first-of-its-kind Exchange Agreement between the General Services Administration and MIT.

Procon provided MIT construction management services for this $750M new facility which was part of a redevelopment project between MIT and GSA. The new facility at Kendall Square just outside of MIT’s campus was 10 years in the making and designed with the future in mind.

Not only will this be the home for the Department of Transportation to build the future of modern transit and develop a sustainable transit infrastructure, but the building itself is moving us into the future. The LEED Platinum building is expected to reduce emissions by over 50 percent from a typical building through the use of triple-paned glass, heat recovery chillers, EV charging, rainwater reclamation, a green roof, and dozens of other innovations all aimed at increased sustainability.

We are honored to be part of such an impactful project. It’s such a good feeling to see it come to fruition.


Procon is very excited to announce the launch of our new podcast “The Build Up.” The show will be hosted by Procon Consulting President and Co-Founder Kyu Jung. It will cover a range of topics relevant to the construction industry from new technology innovations, to advice for young professionals just starting out in their careers, and how we can play a role in building a more sustainable future. 

“This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time,” said Kyu Jung. “I’ve always felt that there was an opportunity to leverage the communication platforms available to us in order to bring the conversations I was already having with colleagues and industry partners to a broader audience. This is the kind of dialogue and information sharing I wish I had access to when I was starting my career and I hope the content we produce is a valuable resource to those entering the field.”

The first episode features Procon’s Director of Technology Steve DeVito. Kyu and Steve discuss 360 Progress Monitoring, a process where 360-degree images are taken throughout a construction site at each phase of the construction process to allow for immersive documentation and virtual monitoring of construction progress. It’s a technology that’s been implemented by Procon for years but proved especially useful during the pandemic when access to job sites was more restricted. The technology proved so beneficial that the General Services Administration has now rolled it out to its entire portfolio of projects after the initial pilot project. 

Future episodes of The Build Up will be released monthly. The video version can be viewed on Procon’s YouTube channel and future episodes will also be available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.