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.


Director of Technology, Steve DeVito provided a Thought Piece on how the AEC industry is evolving through the use of technology to accurately document buildings throughout its entire lifecycle.

“Considering the current cost of poor building documentation in the AEC industry, even if a single percentage point of project contingency were saved on average across all building alteration projects, the cost to plan and implement Common Data Environments, Digital Twins, or “Google Maps for Buildings” could only be a fraction of the savings.”

To read the full story published by the CMAA National Capital Chapter, click here.


Procon Consulting, a full-service program and project management firm, announced today that Ed Pogreba has joined Procon as their Vice President of Construction Management. With more than 30 years of experience, Ed is a nationally recognized leader in the Project Management/Construction Management industry. 

Bringing his extensive multi-sectored background, Ed will lead and direct Procon’s strategic growth in existing markets and expand its reach into other sectors and further broaden our Construction Management group’s opportunities and capabilities. 

“I’m excited to join Procon’s dynamic Construction Management team.” said Ed Pogreba. “I look forward to using my industry experience to build on the company’s strong relationships, outstanding track record, and extensive service offerings.”  

“Ed is a well-recognized and respected construction professional with a vast portfolio of successful and notable projects,” said Kyu Jung, President of Procon Consulting. “We continue to make significant investments in our approach and personnel in order to leverage our success and further support our clients. Ed will assist in implementing new initiatives to keep growing our business, our teams, and continue to create value for our clients. We are thrilled to welcome him and excited about the talent he brings to our team.”

In addition to 23 years with Jacobs Engineering, where he served in a variety of roles including Vice President of Buildings and Infrastructure, and National Operations Manager for Jacob’s Project Management Company, Ed has worked with STV, Arcardis, and Bechtel Power. He is an active member of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Association and the Foundation, an Arbitrator appointed by the American Arbitration Association.


Procon Consulting, a leading program and project management firm, has announced the appointment of directors for their expanding Technology, and Planning and Process divisions. 

Danielle Breaux has been named to lead the Planning & Process group. She will be working with clients across the asset lifecycle to deliver effective customized strategies and solutions that best optimize their facilities portfolio and organizational needs. Danielle has over 20 years of experience delivering multifaceted real estate and facilities portfolio planning and development, project management, design review, regulatory process management, real estate development, master planning and strategic planning for over 30M+ square feet in both the public and private sectors.

Stephen DeVito was named to lead the Technology group and will be responsible for continuing Procon’s development of innovative and industry-leading technology solutions. Steve is a technology specialist researching and implementing new ways to improve quality and efficiencies in the A/E/C industry. He is focused on the application of information science and technology to building portfolios to make them more robust and efficient throughout their life cycle phases.

“As part of the growth of our Technology and Planning & Process groups we’ve created two director positions to help us drive that growth and ensure our clients are well supported,” said Kyu Jung, Co-Founder and President of Procon Consulting. “Both Danielle and Steve  are great people who have excelled in their fields. We look forward to their contributions to Procon.”

Procon is committed to growing its teams internally as part of its strategic growth plan. For more information about our career opportunities, please visit: www. proconconsultng.com/jobs


In 2020, Procon Consulting celebrated 20 years of providing construction and program management services to our clients nationwide. What started in a Virginia Tech classroom two decades ago by co-founders Kyu Jung and Mark Ilich, evolved into a recognized consulting firm that specializes in providing a holistic approach for businesses to reach their long term goals.

Recognizing that the company’s success would not have been possible without the support of the communities where Procon’s stakeholders – customers, employees, supplies and others – live, work and raise their families, Procon placed an emphasis on service and corporate social responsibility to celebrate the milestone anniversary. 

Throughout 2020, Procon dedicated itself to 20 acts of service that are deeply engaged in supporting marginalized communities, and empowering organizations that work towards providing a more diverse and inclusive future related to our AEC industry. 

In addition to the organizations highlighted below, our 20 acts of service included support of the following organizations: The Trevor Project, Dress for Success, Capital Area Food Bank, Girls on the Run DC, Northern Virginia Family Services, JDRF, Feeding America, California Wildfire Relief Fund, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, Countdown to None, and Arlington Babe Ruth. 

Procon sponsored the DC Students Construction Trades Foundation, an organization dedicated to introducing young students to the broad range of careers in the construction industry. Our donation will support their mission to offer programs that provide hands-on learning experiences and positive peer interactions that build successful paths to graduation, careers and post-secondary education.

Procon donated to Black Girls CODE, an organization with its mission to empower young women of color between the ages of 7-17 to embrace the current tech marketplace as builders and creators by introducing them to skills in computer programming and technology.

Procon supported YouthBuild, a youth and community development program that simultaneously addresses core issues faced by low-income communities: housing, education, employment, crime prevention, and leadership development. Our donation will help support YouthBuild’s mission to empower low-income people ages 16 to 24 to work toward their education, learn job skills, and to serve their communities by building affordable housing. 

At Procon, we believe that everyone deserves a voice and has a story to share and has reaffirmed its commitment to empowering diversity by donating to We Need Diverse Books. We Need Diverse Books is a non-profit organization dedicated to assist with the production and promotion of literature that reflects the lives of all young people.

Procon sponsored the Latino Community Foundation (LCF) to support their program, Latino Nonprofit Accelerator. The Latino Nonprofit Accelerator works to give grassroots nonprofits the boost they need to grow into strong anchor institutions.

Procon donated to the nonprofit organization Rosie Riveters and their mission to empower girls ages 4-14 to be strong, confident, and competent in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Procon is committed to supporting organizations that motivate and inspire girls to try new STEM skills while helping to bridge the gender gap currently found in the sciences.