A graduate of the University of Cincinnati with an M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering and a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, Mr. Neil Greenspoon is a registered professional engineer with extensive experience in the residential and commercial building industry. His industry knowledge covers over 50 years in the areas of planning, design, engineering, project and construction management, structural design, structural condition assessments, failure analysis and damage repair, 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 planning, design, cost estimation, and construction management of new residential and commercial projects as well as the re-vamping and renovation of existing residential and commercial buildings. He has examined buildings for deficiencies in design, construction, and materials, which includes exterior veneers and interior ceiling, wall, and hard surface floor finishes (e.g., wood, tile, and terrazzo). He has inspected and tested buildings to confirm the presence of reactive drywall. He has also performed inspections to evaluate the condition of buildings and structures and produced building condition reports in which he recommended or required repairs. Mr. Greenspoon has provided construction reports that evaluate the quality and progress of construction pursuant to funding distribution and reviewed plans and estimated costs to ascertain the adequacy of the proposed budget.
In addition, Mr. Greenspoon provides engineering consultations with attorneys and gives continuing education seminars.
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS:
• Environmental Engineering, M.S.: University of Cincinnati (1972)
• Civil Engineering, B.S.: University of Cincinnati (1971)
• Registered Professional Engineer: Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Virginia
• Certified Level 1 Thermographer: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT)