Ben Rosenberg hails from Philadelphia. He earned his BS in engineering from Princeton University (cum laude) and is a principal at Silman, where he leads new and existing building projects ranging from higher education to single- and multi-family residential to historic preservation. Recently completed projects include Milstein Hall at Cornell University, the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University, the Ruane Friar Development Center at Providence College and the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. He is a licensed professional engineer in four states, including Rhode Island. Rosenberg has recently taught at the Harvard Graduate School of Design ( Construction Systems) and the Roger Williams University School of Art, Architecture and Historic Preservation ( Design of Structures ) and has served on several juries for the Boston Society of Architects.
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