Upperco Volunteer Fire Co.

Landmark performed the planning and site design services for the development of a new fire station facility for the construction of a new 20,260 square foot fire station on a 6.45-acre agriculture parcel in northwest Baltimore County. The Upperco VFC is the result of the combination of two fire companies in Baltimore County – Arcadia […]

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Athletic Field Turf & Replacement

Landmark Science & Engineering has reputation and expertise in the design of secondary and post-secondary school athletic fields and municipal sports facilities with both natural and synthetic turf surfaces. Whether it is the design of a new athletic field, conversion from natural to artificial turf, or replacement of the synthetic turf with new carpet, we […]

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Oberle Elementary School

Oberle Elementary helps create a walkable community St. Andrew’s Addition was designed as a walkable community and includes Christina School District’s 31-classroom William Oberle Elementary School on Porter Road in the Bear-area subdivision. The residential project includes 288 apartment units (5 buildings), 118 townhouses, and 20 quadraplex units (5 buildings), with over a mile of new […]

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Crystal Run Elementary School

Landmark Science & Engineering was selected by the Owner to develop the Summit Campus – a new 142-acre pre-K to 12 full school campus in southwestern New Castle County off S.R. 896, named for its proximity to Summit Aviation. Landmark provided planning, surveying, site design, stormwater management, a Site Record Plan has been recorded and […]

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Waters Middle School & Campus

Landmark Science & Engineering was selected as part of a multidisciplinary design team led by the project architect, Gilbert Architects, to provide the civil engineering and site design for the new 116,000 square foot Alfred G. Waters Middle School as the third school on a portion of a 60+ acre site situated on Cedar Lane […]

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