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Landmark "Moves" into its 30th Year

New Castle, DE, November 7, 2017, the board of directors of Landmark Science & Engineering is excited to announce that the company has moved its headquarters from the New Castle Corporate Commons to 200 Continental Drive, Christiana Executive Campus as they are celebrating 30 successful years in business as a leading regional consulting firm specializing in site/civil engineering, environmental sciences and land surveying.

Landmark Engineering, Inc. was started in 1987 as a leading Delaware site/civil engineering specialist firm. “We are excited to celebrate our 30th anniversary and look forward to many more years of success serving our clients and the community” said Ted Williams, company president who started with the firm in 1988.

We have maintained offices in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and downstate Delaware, and currently have a branch office in Havre de Grace, Harford County, to serve a growing Maryland market. Since 2009, to better serve clients’ land development needs to protect the environment with green technologies and innovative sustainable site design, Landmark diversified by integrating the environmental sciences with civil engineering. We have recently added landscape architecture staff in our Maryland office.

Today, our highly skilled staff also includes environmental engineers and scientists specializing in wetlands, forest, habitat, wildlife/bog turtles, GIS mapping, site remediation and brownfields redevelopment, and landscape architect, in addition to the site/civil and water resources engineers, designers and land surveyors, technicians and field crews upon which Landmark’s reputation for integrity and high quality work have been built.

In addition to registered professional engineers, surveyors and landscape architect, staff members hold certifications as Qualified Recognized Bog Turtle Surveyor (DE/MD/PA), Qualified Forest Professional, Certified Professionals in Storm Water Quality, and USGBC LEED Accredited Professionals to provide high-quality professional assistance. The firm is Delaware HSCA certified and all field staff are HAZWOPER certified to safely work at hazardous sites.

Shown in Photo (from left): Principals Keith Rudy, Ted Williams, State Representative Michael Ramone (District 21), principals Helen Apostolico and Bruce Tease