Justin Den Herder has collaborated on nearly 500 projects since joining Silman in 2007. His professional experience ranges from concept design through construction administration on new construction, renovation and historic preservation projects. Some of his notable, publicly accessible projects are: Hunters Point Community Library in Long Island City, the renovation of the Empire Stores coffee warehouse and the Domino Sugar Refinery in Brooklyn, the preservation of Harvard Stadium, and the New York Public Library Midtown Campus Renovation in Manhattan, including the Mid-Manhattan Branch and Stephen A. Schwarzman buildings.
Justin is the former Editor in Chief of SEAoNY Cross Sections magazine and has also been published in Modern Steel Construction as well as the book DIALOGUES – A Shelter for Architecture published by the GIANY. He is an adjunct professor at the Spitzer School for Architecture at the City College of New York. Justin is a graduate of Manhattan College (BS, Civil Engineering) and is a registered Professional Engineer in New York State. He is passionate about art—poetry in particular—and in creating engaging and equitable public architecture.