Procon, a leading construction management, commissioning, and technology solutions firm, was ranked No. 95 on ENR’s Top 100 Construction Management/PM-for-Fee Firms.

“Our spot on the ENR list is a result of our team’s entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to growing with our clients, and consistency in delivering solutions to keep owners and partners happy,” said President and Co-Founder, Kyu Jung, of Procon. “We are honored to be recognized along with so many other talented firms.”

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



Procon Consulting, a full-service program and project management firm, announced today that Amber Wills has joined as their Vice President of Marketing & Business Development. With nearly 20 years of A/E/C industry experience, Amber is a proven leader in client-focused marketing, strategy, and proposal development.

Amber has extensive experience in construction management, specialty engineering, consulting, and design for public and private sector buildings and infrastructure clients; she will work with the Executive Leadership Team to support strategic growth across all divisions. 

I’m so excited to join Procon in this newly-created position integrating marketing, communications, and business development functions together,” said Amber Wills. “I look forward to sharing our vision for innovation, integrated technology, and advanced solutions as we continue to build our partnerships with industry and our clients. ”  

“Amber brings a new vision and game plan to restructure our approach to sales,” said Mark Ilich, Co-founder and Executive Vice President of Procon Consulting. “She is an industry veteran who—through her past collaborations with Procon—knows our capabilities, processes, and culture.  We’re fortunate to have Amber join the Procon Family.  Her leadership of our newly integrated team of marketing and proposal professionals, along with engagement from Procon’s business development Champions, will expand our reach to help existing and new clients to deliver successful projects, every day.”

In addition to 14 years with Jacobs, where she served in a variety of roles around buildings and infrastructure sales for federal, state, local, and private clients, Amber has worked at architecture, engineering, and consulting firms focusing on strategy and business development, building teaming partner relationships, and industry engagement. Please join us in welcoming her. 


Procon was honored to accept the Building Construction Project of the Year award from the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) National Capital Chapter for our work with the General Services Administration on the Virtual Inspections Pilot project.

The pandemic led to an unprecedented new set of challenges around accessing and monitoring job sites. We are so proud that through our long-standing collaboration with GSA and our ability to be on the cutting edge of technology in our industry we were able to successfully innovate and meet those challenges with virtual inspections in a way that we will continue to improve upon in the future, making us more capable and efficient in delivering solutions. 

We’d like to thank CMAA’s Barbara Reynolds and John Morse for presenting us the award, as well as Danielle Breaux and Stephen DeVito for their leadership and expertise on the project, and Ryan Meek for his support.


At a special luncheon this week, Procon employees Emily Winship, Linda Wild, and Tony Neiderer were presented with a Challenge Coin from The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for their ongoing commitment and dedication to successful project delivery.

We would also like to recognize our proud partner, Brown Construction Services for their strong leadership and team commitment.


On Friday, October 8th, 2021 WDBJ7, a CBS-affiliated television station located in Virginia was on site of the Construction Workshop hosted by the Virginia Tech Myers-Lawson School of Construction. During this workshop, Procon presented its research findings from the year-long project utilizing the robotic dog Spot alongside Dr. Keresh Afsari and Dr. Walid Thabet. 

To read the full story and watch the news recording by WDBJ7, click here.