Eric Tilden leads Cushman & Wakefield’s Energy & Sustainability Services team within the U.S. Investor Services sector, overseeing carbon reduction, energy efficiency, and ESG projects and initiatives across the continental US and Canada. Eric is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer and has collaborated with project teams on a wide variety of sustainability and energy projects in all aspects of building life cycle. He is committed to creating tangible solutions that meet the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit for all parties.
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Eric worked with the National Association of Home Builders as their in-house sustainability expert. He assisted builders across the country in making their homes more sustainable, as well as worked here in DC with various federal agencies on sustainability legislation and regulations. Before focusing on sustainability, Eric was as a Civil Engineer in Napa Valley, working on a majority of the wineries in Northern California, including Opus One, Stag’s Leap, and Silver Oak, the first winery in the world to pursue the Living Building Challenge.
Eric earned his Bachelors and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida