Landmark Welcomes New Principal Owner

President and Chairman of the Board Ted C. Williams announced that Dakota M. Laidman-Murray, P.E. has become a principal owner of Landmark Science & Engineering. Dakota is a Delaware registered professional engineer and has worked for Landmark for the past seven years. Previously an associate, she assisted with scheduling and resource allocation, mentoring, and training. […]

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A Bog Turtle Season For The Books!

Landmark’s 2019 Bog Turtle Season was one for the books! It was an especially busy season! April through June is typically a busy time for Environmental Scientists.  This period encompasses peak growing, planting, and wetland monitoring seasons.  But for Environmental Scientists that also work with the Bog Turtle, this time of year can get downright hectic! What […]

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Math of Numbers thru Variables. Huh?

Algebra. We’ve all known someone who struggled with it, right? But just knowing there are people out there for whom algebra comes easily is a huge relief to the rest of us! So what is Algebra? It is a branch of mathematics that deals in representing numbers through variables, and also deals with symbols, relations, […]

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Who Says Engineering Isn’t FUN?

Certainly not Ted Williams who had a blast at the 2019 spring ACEC Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. Engineering Inc. reports raucous laughter… “The Capitol Steps’ unique brand of political impersonations and parody drew plenty of raucous laughter from Ted C. Williams, former ACEC Chairman, with spoofs such as a singing President Donald Trump, with […]

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Engineering Design Staff Added

Keith Rudy, executive vice president of Landmark Science & Engineering, is pleased to announce three technical staff members who have joined the civil engineering department.  Civil engineering designers Joseph Corrado Marvasi and Antonio “Tony” Candelora, and civil CAD technician Randy Garcilazo-Ceja, add knowledge, experience and additional capacity to the engineering design team to work on […]

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