Dan Siteman


Director of Industry Development and Technical Services

Trenton, New Jersey

Dan Siteman




Dan is an engineer in training, university lecturer, and masonry workshop coordinator. He is a graduate of Atlantic Cape Community College, Stockton University, and Rowan University. Dan serves as treasurer for the South Jersey Chapter Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) of The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and sits on the board of the ACE Mentor Program of New Jersey.

Previously, Dan was an installer – working with unit masonry, masonry repointing and repair, concrete repair, flashing systems, sealants, rainscreen systems, and waterproofing systems. He has been a member of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) since 2001. 

With over 15 years of experience in the field, Dan now supports the design and construction industry through continuing education, construction document review, direct project assistance, and craftworker training development.


Board Member, American Society of Civil Engineers, New Jersey Chapter (ASCE) 

Board Member, Structural Engineering Institute, New Jersey Chapter (SEI) 

Member, Delaware Valley Association of Structural Engineers (DVASE) 

Board Member, ACE Mentor Program 

Member, Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers (BAC) 

Member, The Masonry Society (TMS) 


Engineer in Training, New Jersey


Atlantic Cape Community College

Associate of Mathematics

Stockton University

Bachelor of Applied Physics

Rowan University

Bachelor of Civil Engineering


Building Envelope 

Codes and Standards 


Detail and Specification Review 

Grouting and Reinforcement of Masonry 

Movement Control 

Unit Masonry 


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