Dakota Laidman-Murray is a registered professional engineer in Delaware and a principal with seven years of experience with Landmark. She performs project management and civil engineering for land development projects involving site design, stormwater management, water resources and environmental sciences.
Dakota applies her background in environmental engineering and water resources and water quality to lead Landmark’s Water Resources department. She has a specialty in hydraulics and hydrologic analysis, perform flood studies, and has technical design expertise in stormwater management design of best management practices, grading, erosion and sediment control, and preparing entrance plans for approval by DelDOT.
Mrs. Laidman-Murray earned a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering with a concentration in Water Resources and Water Quality and a minor in Civil Engineering at the University of Delaware (Cum Laude). She was a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and was awarded the Hagerty Environmental Undergraduate Award for demonstrating outstanding professional and research potential in Environmental Engineering. Dakota is an active member with American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Delaware and serves as Chairperson for the Education and Public Relations Committee which awards engineering scholarships and helps promote engineering as a career choice. Dakota and her husband, James, reside in Newark, Delaware and are expecting their first child. James is an electrical engineer who proudly displays the Tesla emblem on their electric car.