Benjamin J. Robinson, AIA

Senior Architect

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An experienced professional who has been instrumental in designing and overseeing the restoration of treasured landmarks, from the U.S. Capitol Dome to New England’s bucolic college campuses, Ben is recognized by peers and clients alike for his diligent project management and thoughtful approach to architectural challenges. Ben oversees building envelope condition assessments and develops rehabilitation master plans that apply state-of-the-art diagnostic methodology to a range of historic and contemporary building types. With an architectural studies degree from Connecticut College, he provides mentorship to junior colleagues and is a respected contributor to industry periodicals on topics relating to preservation, materials science, construction logistics, and the building enclosure.

In his free time, Ben serves on the Board of Trustees for The Mark Twain House and Museum, and he will be Chair of the Building and Grounds Committee in 2024. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Association for Preservation Technology (APT).