Mr. Eichenlaub has over a decade of experience in due diligence practice. To date, he has been involved with over 1,400 properties totaling over 250 million square feet in over 45 US states, Puerto Rico, Mexico, China, and Canada. Currently, Mr. Eichenlaub serves as a Senior Project Manager at VERTEX.
As a Senior Project Manager at VERTEX, Mr. Eichenlaub is responsible for specific job functions related to Property Condition Assessments (PCAs), Property Condition Screens (PCSs), Energy Savings Investigations (ESIs), Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) Assessments, Climate Vulnerability Assessments (CVAs) Mold Investigations, Construction Monitoring, and other due diligence projects. Responsibilities include managing of VERTEX’s suite of ESG services, performing peer reviews of PCA reports, providing mentorship and training, managing client relations, planning and managing large portfolios, conducting site assessments, field investigation activities, assessments of ADA compliance, professional and technical report writing, municipality research, cost estimation, capital reserve planning, and data analysis. Mr. Eichenlaub has worked with various types of commercial asset types including residential, office, hospitality, and industrial properties.
When conducting a PCA, Mr. Eichenlaub evaluates typical building systems such as the building site, the building envelope, interior systems, roofing systems, mechanical systems, plumbing systems, electrical & lighting systems, structural systems, vertical transportation systems, life safety systems, and ADA compliance.
Prior to joining VERTEX, Mr. Eichenlaub had additionally gained experience working with AutoCAD and Autodesk Revit for a small architectural firm specializing in upscale residential design. Additional duties included preparing as-built drawings, evaluating architectural drawings, and conducting on-site inspections.
Education & Certification
B.S., Engineering, Philadelphia University
M.S., Project Management, Missouri State University
Certified Energy Manager (CEM)
WELL AP – WELL Associated Professional
LEED Green Associate
OSHA 40 Hazwoper
OSHA 10 Construction
ASTM E1527-13 Phase 1 Training
Radon Sampling – Multi-Family
ASCE / American Society of Civil Engineering
AEI / Architectural Engineering Institute
AEE / Association of Energy Engineers
GPAEE / Greater Philadelphia Chapter of AEE
USGBC / U.S. Green Building Council
Green Building United
ASTM / American Society for Testing and Materials