Ted Williams

tedw@landmark-se.com
302-444-0796
Ted Williams is President of Landmark Engineering, Inc., d/b/a Landmark Science & Engineering, a multidisciplinary consulting firm. He has been with the firm since 1988. The firm specializes in site/civil engineering, land surveying, and natural environmental sciences, with a focus on sustainable stormwater practices.

Mr. Williams has 44 years of comprehensive civil engineering, site design, and project management experience. His primary focus has been planning, design, traffic studies, and road design for large mixed-use redevelopments, educational, recreational/athletic, commercial, office, and residential developments. His expertise in land use, zoning, traffic, and transportation has led to the successful completion of numerous large-scale projects.

In 2020, Mr. Williams was named Delaware Engineer of the Year by the NSPE/Delaware Engineering Society. He is Chairman of the Delaware Council on Transportation advisory panel and is immediate Past-President of Committee of 100, a business advocacy group. He was Delaware’s Chairman of the Transportation Trust Fund Task Force, a member of the Department of Education Construction Committee, and Vice Chairman, Director, and public member of the Interscholastic Athletic Association.

In addition to serving as ACEC National Executive Committee Chair in 2012-2013, Mr. Williams was elected to the College of Fellows in 2011, inducted to the Order of the Engineer in 2015, and has qualified as an Executive Engineer. He has served ACEC Delaware as president, national director, transportation committee chair, and currently as New Castle County partnering chair. Mr. Williams’ Wilmington Flats project was selected for inclusion in a 2015 Engineering, Inc. article “Remaking a Century-Old Housing Development” for its innovations in urban renewal.

Williams is a registered professional engineer in the states of Delaware and Pennsylvania and earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Transportation) from Drexel University in Philadelphia. He advocates for STEM-based education and has been a dedicated advocate for efficiency in public school construction projects and instrumental in developing a model for future school development based on innovative, full-school campus design.