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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Delaware Tech – Child Development Ctr.

Delaware Technical Community College broke ground in September 2023 for a new child development center at its Stanton Campus. This center will offer childcare to students, employees and community members, as well as offering opportunities to early childhood education students to get hands-on experience working with preschool children. The $7 million project was funded through […]

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Sunset Lake Outfall Remediation

Stormwater Outfall Remediation and Bank Stabilization Stormwater discharging from three degraded outfalls on private property located adjacent to 100 GBC Drive, coursed steep slopes to Sunset Lake. Over time, severe erosion occurred and caused sedimentation to enter the lake.  This recreational body of water was created around 1900 with the construction of a dam in […]

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Delaware Tech – Entrance Improvements

Landmark Science & Engineering was hired by Delaware Technical Community College to provide civil engineering and landscape design services for drainage and landscaping improvements at the Stanton Campus main building entrance. Multiple entrance improvement concepts were created and coordinated with campus staff. One concept that was selected included using colored concrete to recreate the College’s […]

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