Ben Rosenberg, PE, LEED AP
Principal

Registered Professional Engineer: MA, NY, RI

  • BSE, Civil and Environmental Engineering (structural focus), Princeton University, 2005
  • “Engineering an Experience”, Modern Steel Construction, co-author, November 2016, pp. 30-35
  • “Moving In”, Modern Steel Construction, co-author, September 2008, pp. 33-34

Ben Rosenberg has been a structural engineer at Silman since 2006 and was named a Principal in 2017. He has worked on new construction, renovation, and historic preservation projects that range from single- and multi-family residences, to hotels, to a number of major new buildings for higher education institutions. Among these are the Lewis Katz Building at the Dickinson Law School at Penn State, Milstein Hall at Cornell University, and the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University. Additional institutional work includes the restoration of the Donald Judd Museum and Studio in New York City. Recently Ben was the project manager for the newest Smithsonian Museum on the National Mall in Washington D.C., the National Museum of African American History and Culture.  Ben’s residential work includes private residences on Long Island and Cape Cod, as well as numerous townhouse renovations throughout New York City. Ben is a graduate of Princeton University (BSE, Civil and Environmental Engineering, with focus on structures). He is a LEED Accredited Professional and is a licensed Professional Engineer in three states.