Eric G. Amhaus

Executive Vice President, Business Development


The Citadel – The Military College of South Carolina
B.S Civil Engineering, 1997

Areas of Expertise

Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) & Envelope Consulting
Opaque Wall Air, Thermal, Moisture
& Vapor Barriers
Exterior Claddings and Façades
Fenestrations & Curtain Walls
Sealants, Coatings & Repellents
Low Slope and Steep Slope Roofs
Plaza Deck Waterproofing
& Vegetative Green Roofs
Functional Building Performance Testing


After four years as a senior project manager with a national roofing & waterproofing consulting firm, Eric joined Pie in 2001 as a forensic specialist. In 2004, he became department manager for the Construction and Engineering Compliance Division of Pie. In 2008, Eric launched the Building Science Group division focused on front-end building enclosure consulting services to the new construction and major renovation markets. His responsibilities included overseeing all of the group’s business development strategies and operational business functions and services in the form of building enclosure commissioning (BECx), design phase consultation, construction document peer reviews, training seminars, quality assurance observation services and building performance field testing. In 2010, Eric became a principal/partner at Pie Consulting & Engineering and expanding building science group services both nationally and internationally. In his current role as Vice President, he provides strategic direction and leadership to all of Pie’s physical office locations in addition to our national/international market space with specific focus in growing client relationships, enhancing Pie’s service delivery, and ensuring client satisfaction. With 20+ years of building enclosure experience, Eric has presented and trained audiences nationally on the subjects of BECx, air barriers, moisture management, building science and IR thermography at events sponsored by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), US Department of Energy (DOE), among others.