Jeffrey Beane, LEED AP BD+C joined Silman in 2005. His experience at Silman has encompassed a range of projects including adaptive reuse, new construction, preservation, and building and material forensics. Current projects include the south expansion of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, and ongoing preservation work and upgrades at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City.

Geoffrey B. Eisele, PE, LEED AP BD+C has been with Silman since 2002, first as a college intern and subsequently as a full-time engineer. He has worked on projects that range from new construction to renovation and historic preservation. Among his projects are the new Police Academy in Queens, NY, and the comprehensive exterior restoration and interior renovation of Yale University’s Trumbull College in New Haven, CT.

Jason B. Myers, SE, LEED AP BD+C has been with Silman since 2013. His experience focuses on long-span steel structures, concrete structure, floor vibration, complex structures, and code expertise. His projects include the comprehensive renovation of the Andrew Mellon Building in Washington, DC, and the adaptive reuse and new construction of the Robinson Terminal South in Old Town Alexandria, VA.

Benjamin Rosenberg, PE, LEED AP joined Silman in 2006. He is the firm’s specifications coordinator, leading its efforts to continually update specifications to the latest industry standards. Ben has worked on many of the firm’s major institutional projects. These include the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC, and Milstein Hall at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

Amy Hwang, PE joined the firm’s New York office in 2000. Her broad project experience includes the new building for the Whitney Museum of American Art, the award-winning repair of the roof trusses of the Marble Collegiate Church, and NYU’s new academic building, the Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life. As Technical Development Director, Amy will lead firm-wide technical development efforts.