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Austin Etheridge


Project Manager

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Engineering in New York City is unlike anywhere else. We have the unique experience of working on some of the oldest structures in our country, bringing them into the modern world while preserving their historical look and feel.”

Austin’s design experience in the New York metropolitan area spans every borough and building material – from concrete and wood residential buildings in Brooklyn to steel commercial high rises in Manhattan and everything in between.

Prior to joining the firm in 2018, Austin earned his Masters in Structural Engineering from the University of Georgia where he researched fatigue cracking in asphalt for the Georgia Department of Transportation, co-authoring the whitepaper, “Evaluation of Fatigue Cracking Resistance of Asphalt Mixtures Using Apparent Damage Capacity” Etheridge, Wang, Kim, Kim.

As Project Manager, Austin has led teams in the design and drafting of public and private institutions across the city. This experience has guided his newer team members through on-the-job skills growth and development.

What is your favorite thing about the DCI+Madsen work environment?
There are always different complex problems waiting to be solved.

What is your dream project location?
The Moon

If you weren’t an engineer, what you be?