Crooked Billet Subdivision

Crooked Billet, a 28-acre historical property, is located on Kennett Pike (SR 52) to the east Barley Mill Road (SR 141) in Greenville, Delaware. The property was deeded by William Penn in 1684 and later became an inn. In 1777 George Washington and his army stayed there before the Battle of the Brandywine. In 1811 […]

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Food Bank of Delaware – Milford

Landmark Science & Engineering was hired by the Owner to assist with planning and coordinate design and construction with the Food Bank of Delaware’s architectural design and construction team members for the development of a new Food Bank facility in Milford. The new facility is located on an 11.5-acre lot in the Milford Independence Commons […]

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Siemens Expansion – 100 GBC Dr.

Siemens Atellica Insourcing Expansion Landmark was hired to work with the Owner’s MEP Engineering Team to provide planning and design for a Minor Record Land Development Plan that would provide for 98,989 SF of building additions and loading docks in four areas of the existing facilities. The proposed expansion will be constructed in up to […]

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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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Crystal Run ES at Summit Campus

Landmark Science & Engineering was selected to work with 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. Phase I construction includes Crystal Run Elementary School (90,5000+/- SF), full site entrance on […]

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