BENJAMIN PIMENTEL, P.E.

Mr. Pimentel, President of Rosenwasser / Grossman Consulting Engineers, P.C., joined the firm in 2000. His current responsibilities include company management, initial project development, and project management. Benjamin is responsible for the initial structural design of buildings working closely with the design teams and owners to provide sound structural systems and cost-effective designs. He has designed multiple notable projects in New York from the initial design phase through the final construction stage including 440 West 42nd Street. He serves on the Board of Directors CIB (Concrete Industry Board of New York) and was a past director and secretary for SEAoNY (Structural Engineering Association of New York). He was named one of Engineering News Record's Top 20 Under 40 for 2013. He served on an advisory committee for the 2014 New York Building Code in the Concrete and Structural Integrity committees. He serves on the ACEC (American Council of Engineering Companies) codes committee and is an active member of BIM (Building Information Technology) technical committee of ACI (American Concrete Institute).

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HUNTERS POINT PARCEL C

"New development requires fresh space, and when it comes to affordable housing in New York City that space is often relegated to far-off corners in remote, unconnected sites. However, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg implemented an affordable housing initiative focused on community interaction, and prime real estate, starting with a competition to develop city-donated land at Hunter’s Point Parcel C in Long Island City---a bid ODA won. The biggest affordable housing project New York City has completed in the past 40 years, the 1.4 million square feet of residential and retail space is slated to provide 1,400 apartments as well as a school for local kids."

-ODA New York -

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