Prior to joining Greenfield, Ben provided two years of consultant engineering services as a Sr. Design Engineer with Bohler Engineering after relocating to Raleigh from his home state of Maryland to keep up with their territorial expansion in the southeast. Prior to Bohler, Ben spent thirteen years at Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc. (DBF), where he learned the importance of business ethics as well as costing and resourcing projects of all kinds from one of the industry’s foremost businessman and engineers, the late Jerry Friedel. For his efforts with DBF, Ben was awarded the Young Professional of the Year from the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce and had several projects receive state and local recognition for ingenuity and overall success.
Ben is a registered Engineer-in-Training and Erosion Control Specialist. He is a former board member (4 years) and president (2 years) for the Chamber of Commerce young professionals and was a board member (8 years) at the Shorepine Hunt Club. Ben was a student teacher for surveying while completing his studies at the University of Delaware. After college, he played semi-pro baseball out of Salisbury, MD. Now, as a certified athletics coach, he enjoys the opportunity to share the passion with others. Off the field, he can be found exploring the great outdoors if the Triangle region with his family.