Everett Meredith Middle Redevelopment

Landmark Science & Engineering was selected by the Owner to provide the civil engineering, planning and site design required for the demolition and redevelopment of the existing Everett Meredith Middle School. Landmark worked in coordination with the Owner’s project architect, ABHA Architects. The aerial photo, taken by EDiS BIM Services showing the artificial turf replacement […]

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Spring Meadow Early Childhood Center

Spring Meadow Early Childhood Center provides kindergarten for 330 students in the Appoquinimink School District. The 32,000 square foot, one-story school was designed and constructed as part of the first of two phases of the K-12 Fairview Campus. The first phase of the campus opened on schedule in August 2012 with site infrastructure, roadway/entrance improvement […]

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Brick Mill Early Childhood Center

Landmark was selected by the Owner to provide planning and design to develop an Early Childhood Center for Preschool and Kindergarten programs at 360 Brick Mill Road, adjacent to the Brick Mill Elementary School in the Town of Middletown for the Appoquinimink School District. Landmark coordinated all services with the Owner’s project architect, Gilbert Architects. […]

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DuPont Country Club – ALTA Survey

Landmark was hired by the owner of the DuPont Country Club to perform an ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey in 2016 as the company was considering divesting the golf course property from its real estate portfolio. The property’s six parcels, totaling 503.777 acres, included three 18-hole golf courses, the DuPont Country Club and clubhouse facilities, and […]

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Delaware Tech – Energy Education

The new Center for Energy Education and Training (CEET) at Delaware Technical Community College in Dover is a 5,412 square foot building addition to the 29,700 square foot Corporate Training Center (CTC) located at the entranceway to the Terry Campus. The project was designed for energy efficiency and earned LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC. […]

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