Art Corwin Joins Autism New Jersey Board

August 27, 2021

Autism New Jersey’s Board of Trustees is pleased to welcome Arthur B. Corwin who was elected to a three-year term at the Board’s June meeting.

“His professional accomplishments combined with a stellar commitment to community service and charitable work set Art apart,” noted Board President, Tom Curtin. “We look forward to his many contributions.”

An engineer by profession, Art is currently president of Railroad Construction Company. He earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Polytechnic University of New York. Prior to his current position, Art dedicated over 40 years with Moretrench American Corporation where he served in a variety of engineering and executive leadership capacities. He’s been involved in a variety of high-profile national infrastructure projects, including the “Big Dig” in Boston, NYC’s 2nd Avenue Subway. His most memorable project was the recovery and reconstruction of the World Trade Center after 9/11. Art is active in the construction and engineering communities, serving on a variety of prestigious construction, contracting, and engineering boards and associations. He is also a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers.

No stranger to board service, Art has dedicated himself to a variety of charitable causes, including service as a longtime volunteer at the Morris-County based Homeless Solutions Shelter, where he was board chair for two years. He has also served as a trustee of the Boys & Girls Club of Paterson and Passaic and the Oak Knoll School.

With his extensive experience in non-profit governance and demonstrated dedication to charity work, Art will make a wonderful addition to our Board.