Laidman-Murray P.E. joins ACEC-DE Board

Dakota Laidman-Murray
Dakota Laidman-Murray, PE - Landmark Principal
Dakota Laidman-Murray, P.E. named as Secretary of the ACEC Delaware Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Landmark Science & Engineering, a leading consulting firm in Delaware and Maryland specializing in site/civil and water resources engineering, environmental sciences and land surveying is pleased to announce that Dakota Laidman-Murray, P.E., a firm principal, has been elected to serve ACEC Delaware’s Board of Directors as their Secretary for a two-year period.

Dakota M. Laidman-Murray, P.E.  Dakota is a principal of Landmark where she has worked for over 11 years. She performs civil engineering and project management for large-scale educational, industrial and affordable housing projects involving planning and site design, stormwater management, environmental and water resources design. She earned a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering degree, with a concentration in Water Resources and Water Quality and a minor in Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware in 2012. Dakota is an active member with ACEC Delaware, serves as Secretary of the Board of Directors, and Chairs the Programs and Education Committee which awards engineering scholarships and helps promote engineering as a career choice. She has provided mentoring to high school students in the Appoquinimink School District’s engineering pathways program.

Landmark President Ted C. Williams, P.E., FACEC, says he is “proud to see a young professional earn the opportunity to serve the profession in such a meaningful way, and to follow in my footsteps with ACEC Delaware that led me to national service within the organization.”

ACEC Delaware serves the engineering community

The ACEC Delaware is a non-profit, self-governing organization of consulting engineering firms of various disciplines. They are dedicated to encouraging the highest technical and ethical standards of the profession while advancing the business of engineers as consultants. ACEC-DE is part of the national American Council of Engineering Companies which is the business voice of America’s engineering industry representing nearly 6,000 firms employing more than 600,000 engineers, architects, land surveyors, highly trained specialists, and licensed professionals who design and improve our world. ACEC is a federation consisting of 51 state and regional Member Organizations, advocating for policies at the federal, state, and local level that promote economic growth and improve the quality of life for every American.