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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Airport (GED) 4-22 Runway Extension

As subconsultant to Urban Engineers for on-call airport engineering services required for a new 500 linear foot runway extension to the main 5,000 LF runway at Delaware Coastal Airport in Georgetown, Landmark provided surveying, environmental services, stormwater design, erosion and sediment control, agency processing, and GIS services in accordance with FAA circulars AC 150/5300 – […]

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Airport Off-Site Wetland Mitigation

This 9.06± acre forested/scrub-shrub Wetland Mitigation project consisted of four separate wetland creation “pods” that were constructed in Selbyville, Delaware during spring 2012 as off-site compensatory mitigation for runway expansion activities conducted at the Delaware Coastal Airport in Georgetown in order to resolve an outstanding wetland violation from the 1990s, Landmark scientists coordinated closely with […]

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UD Ecology Woods Wetland Mitigation

An off-site wetland mitigation project was constructed at the University of Delaware’s Ecology Woods as part of commercial project located elsewhere in the same watershed. The Marvel Plaza project is a 5.60± acre site that consisted of an entirely wooded tract off of Stanton-Christiana Road which contained 1.11 acres of non-tidal, palustrine forested wetlands, in […]

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Christina Waterfront Brownfield

Landmark was contracted by the owner to provide DNREC HSCA Brownfield Redevelopment planning for the 6-acre (Jablow) site, DNREC negotiations, investigation, and cleanup oversight. The engineering work performed included regrading and clean up of an existing contaminated ditch and erosion and sediment control to ensure that contaminated materials did not reach the Christina River, a […]

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