Neil A. Greenspoon

Property Division Manager, Eastern Region / P.E. / Ft. Lauderdale

Background

Mr. Greenspoon is a civil engineering graduate and an environmental engineering graduate of the University of Cincinnati with extensive experience in the residential and commercial building industry.  His experience and industry knowledge covers over 30 years in areas of planning, design, engineering, project and construction management, structural design, structural condition assessments, reactive drywall (Chinese Drywall) assessments, moisture intrusion assessments, thermal gain and loss assessments, infrared imaging assessments, scheduling, cost estimating and budget control, implementing quality and control procedures, contract management and plan and cost reviews.

Mr. Greenspoon’s areas of expertise include the management of new residential and commercial projects and renovation of existing residential and commercial buildings.  Mr. Greenspoon has provided construction reports that evaluate the quality and progress of construction for the purpose of funding distribution, produced general building condition assessment reports and targeted system forensic evaluation reports, reviewed plans and estimated costs to ascertain the adequacy of the proposed budget.

Representative Engagements

  • Environmental engineering
    • Residential
    • Commercial
    • Reactive (Chinese) drywall
    • Moisture and thermal migration and/or intrusion (Level 1 Thermography Certification)
  • Building assessments - both residential and commercial
    • Condition
    • Roof assessments
    • Window and door assessments
    • Foundation assessments
    • Forensic evaluations
    • Project management
    • Cost estimates
    • Renovations
  • Expert witness testimony

Education

  • B.S. Civil Engineering - University of Cincinnati
  • M.S. Environmental Engineering - University of Cincinnati
  • Registered Professional Engineer - Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia