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Dieter Feurich

Dieter Feurich

Adjunct Instructor

Dieter Feurich, PE, is an associate with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in New York City where he practices as a project manager and structural engineer. He has an MBA in finance from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College and he has been teaching structural, construction technology, and financial topics for many years. At NYUSPS he teaches construction materials and methods with a tall building focus, and at Pratt Institute he has taught statics, steel, concrete design as well as value management classes with a financial focus. As a structural engineer, Mr. Feurich has practiced for over 20 years in various countries including Germany, UK, and the US on a wide variety of projects including tall buildings and airports.

Currently Teaching

Construction Methods and Materials: Building Core and Shell

Examine the methods, materials, and structural systems used in constructing the core and shell components of high-rise buildings.

Real Estate Financial Modeling Essentials

Learn the fundamentals of developing a real estate financial investment model using Excel.