Ben Ringle has actively worked in the architectural and construction industries since 1992 on numerous projects ranging from one hundred square feet to one hundred million dollars. Project types have included retail, office, healthcare clinics and hospitals, K-12 education, university education and laboratory, commercial research laboratory, residential, religious, IT data centers, and manufacturing. He specializes in the technical aspects of building, including proper detailing of the shell and its interaction with the elements, the integration of structural and mechanical systems, and the resulting environmental ramifications.
With a solid foundation in new-build architecture, Mr. Ringle brings a unique perspective to the role of Consulting Architect. With a firm knowledge of construction materials and practices, his ability to analyze complex systemic issues in existing structures makes finding and implementing solutions possible.
Past wall projects have included brick masonry, limestone masonry, and concrete rehabilitation, steel lintel replacement, and sealant replacement. Other project types included forensic investigation, existing building evaluation, and site construction observation. Roofing projects have included EPDM, SBS and APP Modified Bitumen, PVC, clay tile, cedar shake, and metal roofing.
State of Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Kenosha Unified School District
Greendale School District
Arrowhead Union High School District
School District of LaCrosse
Chicago Zoological Society
Covance Research Laboratory
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
- Bachelor of Science, Advanced Technical Studies-Architecture
- Associate of Applied Science-Architectural Technology
InSite Consulting Services, Madison, Wisconsin
- Consulting Architect
Strang, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin
- Project Architect and Project Manager
DCSW Architects, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Project Architect
BDA Architecture, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Intern Architect
Mullins Construction Company, Jacksonville, Illinois
American Institute of Architects