Frequently Asked Questions
What industries does Landmark serve—do you build other things besides water towers?
While water storage is our core business, Landmark is involved in the energy sector with various aspects of fuel storage and piping systems, and has developed a waste-to-energy technology for the agricultural sector. The company is actively pursuing steady growth by leveraging the knowledge and skills of its work force.
What position does Landmark have in the marketplace?
Landmark is the leader in its core business, high capacity elevated water storage.
Is the company growing?
Yes—the company has a strong track record of steady, stable growth.
Where are Landmark’s main office and project locations?
While its primary office and plant facilities are in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area, the company also has an engineering office near Chicago, Illinois, and office and production facilities outside of Toronto in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Landmark’s projects, however, are located throughout North America.
Who are Landmark’s customers?
Landmark’s primary customers are cities, towns and the authorities who manage municipal water systems, as well as private developers responsible for water infrastructure on new projects. Landmark also works closely with engineering consultants—small local firms and well-known global firms—who often manage projects for clients. Customers in the energy sector include energy developers and servicers, as well as federal government and military entities responsible for base facilities. In the developing environmental segment, Landmark is working with leading universities, government entities, and private sector agricultural interests.
How long do projects typically last?
Depending on their size and complexity, water storage projects can span less than one year to more than two years, while energy sector projects can range from the immediate production and installation of an oil field storage tank to a long term, multi-year engagement for the repair and upgrade of tanks and piping systems.
What is the company known for?
Caring about customers. Doing the right thing. Attention to detail. Efficiency. Aesthetic as well as functional quality.
What is the culture and environment like?
Open and casual, while at the same time focused and professional. Landmark provides those who demonstrate performance with challenges, flexibility, and the opportunity to take ownership of their work. Likewise, Landmark’s project crews tend to function as specialized teams, but also benefit from extensive cross-training and a travel policy that promotes a good work/life balance.
Is Landmark involved in any green businesses or sustainability?
Landmark’s waste-to-energy initiative offers the potential for a sustainable solution to managing agricultural waste, generating pipeline quality gas or electricity as well as organic fertilizer while eliminating all waste streams in a closed loop process. In its core business, Landmark is building an innovative recycled water storage tank for Austin, Texas, reflecting the city’s leadership on environmental issues. Clients in other cities are recognizing the potential for new and unique solutions, as water resource management and energy efficiency take on increasing importance.
What are some of the colleges and universities where Landmark typically recruits?
While our target campuses change with our requirements, Landmark has attracted many team members from:
- Oklahoma State University
- Pittsburg State University
- Texas A& M University
- Texas State University
- Texas Tech University
- Tarleton State University
- University of Illinois
- University of North Texas
- University of Texas at Arlington
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