Ben Rosenberg has been a structural engineer with Silman since 2006 and was promoted to Principal in 2017. He has worked on new construction, renovation, and historic preservation projects that range from single- and multi-family residences, to commercial and institutional buildings, to major new buildings for higher education institutions.
Ben’s recent experience includes the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC; Harvard University HouseZero in Cambridge, MA; the restoration of the Donald Judd Museum and Studio in New York, NY; the Providence College Friar Development Center in Providence, RI; and the flood mitigation project for the Farnsworth House in Plano, IL. He is currently Principal in Charge of the restoration of the Shaw Memorial on the Boston Common; the renovation of Balch Hall at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY; a new 48-unit mixed-use affordable housing development in Brockton, MA; and the King Boston Memorial, also on the Boston Common.
Ben has served on the Boston Society for Architecture juries for the Small Firms/Small Projects and Harleston Parker Medal design awards. Ben has been teaching structural engineering courses since 2018 and has taught at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Roger Williams University, and the Rhode Island School of Design.