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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Landmark Announces Principals’ Promotion and Appointment
Keith A. Rudy Promoted as EVP / Ted C. Williams Reappointed to COT
New Castle, Del., November 30, 2016, the board of directors of Landmark Science & Engineering, a leading regional consulting firm specializing in site/civil engineering, environmental and land surveying, is pleased to announce that principal Keith A. Rudy, P.E., LEED AP has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Ted C. Williams was reappointed by Governor Jack Markell to serve a third three-year term on Delaware’s Council on Transportation (COT).
Keith Rudy, P.E., LEED AP, a registered engineer in Delaware and New Jersey, will serve as EVP with Landmark’s officers: Chairman Bruce J. Tease, President Ted C. Williams, and Secretary/Treasurer Helen V. Apostolico. During Keith’s seven years with the firm he has served as Director of Sciences and Water Resources Engineering and VP of Operations, and he will continue with these areas of responsibility. Keith’s B.S degrees in Civil Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University, along with 24 years of experience in civil engineering, has given him a broad exposure to the fields of environmental, geotechnical, site/civil design, water resources, planning, and construction review. President Ted Williams said that “Keith Rudy has been a tremendous asset to the firm and has shown us the leadership qualities we were looking for to act as president in my absence.”
Ted C. Williams, P.E., ExecEng, FACEC, a registered engineer in Delaware and Pennsylvania, member of the College of Fellows and former Chairman of the American Council of Engineering Co., and Landmark president, was reappointed in November to serve a third three-year term on the Council on Transportation (COT), a nine-member advisory panel appointed by the State of Delaware’s Governor Jack Markell. Ted says that “as the only engineer on the Council with a background in transportation,” he “brings the capability of putting into layman’s terms the design and funding issues facing DelDOT.” At times he has served as acting chairman for current COT Chairman Weston “Pete” Nellius, and also served as Chairman of the DelDOT Transportation Trust Fund Task Force in 2011. He was first appointed to the COT in 2010 by then-Governor Ruth Ann Minner.
Landmark Science & Engineering is an award-winning Delaware consulting firm, started in 1987 as Landmark Engineering, Inc. The firm is one of the regions’ largest and most diverse integrated civil engineering and environmental consulting firms, providing professional services across the disciplines of site/civil, water resources and environmental engineering, land surveying, and environmental sciences including ecological and site remediation/brownfields. The firm of 32 serves clients in the tristate region from its headquarters in New Castle, Delaware and branch office in Havre de Grace, Maryland. www.Landmark-SE.com