Ben Rosenberg is a principal at Silman, a structural engineering firm with offices in Boston and elsewhere. In his fifteen years at Silman, 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 a number of major new buildings for higher education institutions. He also has significant experience on a variety of historic preservation projects. Recent projects include the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., the Howard Thurman Center renovation at Boston University, and the flood mitigation project for the Farnsworth House in Plano, IL. Ben also teaches both Concrete Structures and Steel Structures at the Rhode Island School of Design. Ben is the principal-in-charge of the restoration and seismic retrofit of the Shaw Memorial.
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