About Ben Granovsky
Ben graduated from Rutgers University in 2013 with a BLA. Inspired by native habitats, alternative transportation, and indispensable urban public spaces, he strongly believes in the vital and transformative role of landscape architects to lead public open space design in this century. Since joining OJB in 2019, Ben has focused primarily on documentation and construction administration for university campus, workplace, and large public park design projects. Prior to joining OJB, Ben worked on various project types in the public sector, including bicycle trail master planning, resilient coastal design, urban streetscape design, and public plaza design. Notable projects prior to OJB include the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail Master Plan, and the Rockaway Boardwalk Reconstruction. With OJB, Ben is currently working on UCSD – Franklin Antonio Hall, Pathline Park, and the Omaha Riverfront Parks.