Veteran helps construct SU’s planned National Veterans Resource Complex


By Sam Ogozalek
One of the first contractors hired for the construction of Syracuse University’s planned National Veterans Resource Complex is a former United States Marine.
Daniel MacDonald, who served in the corps from 1986-92, is the owner and founder of MacDonald Land Surveying & Engineering DPC, a company based in Webster, New York and created in 2013. Webster is located about 84 miles northwest of Syracuse.
MacDonald said he picked up surveying and engineering, worked as a surveyor on a pipeline and eventually pursued a civil engineering degree following his time in the service.
Over time, the former Marine set out to start and own his own business while employing veterans.
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