Landmark provides solutions to federal government agencies in environmental compliance, industrial hygiene, and aging facility renovation and decommissioning. Our staff represents a diverse range of professional disciplines from environmental engineers and scientists to industrial hygienists and geologists, supported by safety professionals and a wide variety of field technicians. These diverse in-house resources allow us to control costs, adhere to project schedules, and offer quality services. We are knowledgeable of federal government contracting and procurement regulations.

Landmark is well versed in the technical requirements and protocols for the Department of Defense (DOD) Facilities Reduction Program (FRP), whose goal is to eliminate excess facilities and structures in order to reduce fixed installation costs and achieve energy savings. We use the appropriate asbestos abatement standards for demolitions as opposed to renovation standards, and we do not design unnecessary lead based paint abatement approaches. Landmark is a subcontractor of choice for a number of large AE firms that hold national Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that represent the optimum DOD acquisition strategy, using standardized contract language to ensure the employment of industry best practices, thus reducing costs and improving recycling and waste stream reduction.

Landmark has safely and successfully performed hazardous material investigations and industrial hygiene monitoring at a number of federal facilities throughout the United States, including some the country’s most visible and cherished parks and structures. We understand the building renovation and site restoration requirements of U.S. Postal Service, Department of the Interior, and Department of Agriculture facilities. Our work strives to preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of National Park System, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, and U.S. Forest Service facilities for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations.