ERIK MADSEN - PUBLISHED WORKS
Erik Madsen has been involved in academia for the last decade. At New York Institute of Technology, New York City College of Technology, and Pratt Institute, he taught engineering classes to architect and construction management students. Erik currently teaches a course on the structural portion of the New York City building code at NYU School of Professional Studies, as well as a renovation course which is one of the most popular and intellectually rigorous courses in the continuing education department.
In addition to academics, Erik co-curated the Make It Work. Engineering Possibilities exhibit at the New York Center for Architecture. For the last 13 years, he has been an active member of the Structural Engineer's Association of New York (SEAoNY), holding positions such as Publications Advisor, Chair of the Programs Committee, and Director on the SEAoNY Board of Directors. Erik is currently the national delegate for the state of New York for SEAoNY, and is also on both SEAoNY's and NCSEA's code advisory committee. He recently taught a seminar for SEAoNY on the changes to the IBC 2018.
- Madsen, PE, Erik, and Zak Kostura. “Restoring The Gulf Region.” Cross Sections: Newsletter for the Structural Engineers Association of New York, Sept. 2007, pp. 2–9.
- Madsen, Erik et al. “Case Study: The Standard Hotel, New York.” Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Journal, vol. 2010, no. 1, pp. 16–20.
- Higbee, AIA, Gary, editor. “The Standard Hotel New York.” Metals In Construction: Published By The Steel Institute of New York and The Ornamental Metal Institute of New York, pp. 39–41.